Easy Cash Blueprint Step 1 – Create A Report to Sell!

Easy Cash Blueprint Step 1 – Create A Report to Sell!

First, you have to find a market and create something to sell to that market.

You already have a market in mind that you know a product will sell in, so tons of market research generally aren’t needed.

Weight loss products are selling, Internet marketing products sell well, etc… Some markets that you may want to enter won’t need extra work to see what sells.

But, if you are unsure, I suggest going to your local grocery store and checking out the magazine rack.

If there is a market that buys products, there is a magazine for it and going to your local grocery store’s magazine rack is an incredibly easy and cheap way to do a ton of quick market research.

Nobody is going to spend the time and money to create a magazine for a market that doesn’t buy anything, so the magazine publisher has already done the arduous work for you.

And there will be all kinds of ideas and websites in those magazines that can give your ideas for your reports, and web sites to advertise on later when you have everything set up.

Plus, you can buy a few magazines and get tons of good articles/web sites/etc.. for less than $20-30.

After you have picked a topic/market for your report, you just need the content for your report…

Where do you get it? Well, you have 3 options…

  1. You can write it yourself. This would ensure that it is unique and is the best option…

I write all of the reports I sell in the Internet marketing market but use other people’s or buy it for other markets.

  1. Or, if you swear you cannot write, then you can hire somebody else to do it. This option will cost the most but require very little time on your part.

There are plenty of ghostwriters out there who will charge a fee to write you an eBook/report/article…

Obviously, it will cost more for more pages and usually the good ones will be much higher priced as well. If you skimp here and go with a cheap ghostwriter you may get a poorly written report, so be careful.

Also, be truly clear about what you want to avoid confusion.

Make sure that you state how many pages you want, what the font size should be, the chapter titles, etc…

Be extremely specific in every aspect of the report so that whoever you hire does things your way and not theirs.

  1. You can use private label content. This would be the least unique but would be cheap and would work if you were not a writer.

Here is what I do with private label content to make it much better. I get all kinds of private label reports, articles, and eBooks on one topic, read them all, take out the best stuff from each private label item and make one “best of” report.

So, this means I get the best information from various sources as opposed to one source where some of it is useful information, and some of it is bland/outdated/rehashed…

I suggest you do the same. This way, you do not have to write anything, you just copy and paste most of it into one great report!

Finding PLR products to make your “best of” report will come quite easy as they are everywhere. Just go to google.com and type in “private label eBooks”, “private label resell rights”, etc. and you will see what I mean.

You are looking for private label eBooks/reports that come with sales letters. No software! Software is way too much work.

If they come with sales letters, then you do the same when writing your sales letter by making a “best of” sales letter to sell your report.

The best places I have found are the memberships that give you two new eBooks per month with sales letters for like $30. That’s a product with PLR with a sales letter for 15 bucks that you can make money with for years to come.

Plus, you usually get access to all of the previous month’s products! I am not going to give you a list because these sites go up and down often and the list will be outdated quickly. Just go to google.com and do the search and you will find plenty.

You can even do this with just one PLR book. Let’s say you just want to create a 20–30-page report and you got the private label rights to a 100-page eBook.

You can edit it down to a “best of” 25-page report by cutting out the 75 least helpful pages.

That way your customer gets just the guts, the best parts of that 100-page book.

What do you edit?

Well since it is a private label, you can change anything you want.

Best Wishes, Coyalita


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