Even when you are using content repurposing as the way to build information products for your business it still takes a lot of work to get a product finished and ready for sale. But the good news is, you can still do more to make more sales.
Once you have created an information product and have it up for sale, don’t think that you can only sell it on your website and that’s the end. Nope. You can put your products on multiple platforms as well which will open sales to an entirely new audience and new affiliates (maybe even super affiliates) to buy and promote your information products.
Do a search on Google for digital product sales and affiliate platforms and you’re sure to find plenty of different platforms that allow you to sell your products while also allowing affiliates to find and promote your products. Most of them are so simple to use that you can start right away without doing very much extra work. Just follow their terms of services and directions for getting your product uploaded, approved and live.
To accomplish this all you do is duplicate your sales pages for each platform that you want to use then add their buy button to it.
So, for example, if you wanted to sell your menu planning service directly from your website using Amember.com with your own affiliates you can. Set that up first.
After you’ve done that you can add the product to ClickBank, JVZoo, and others at the same time. You can use the same download page so all you’ll need is the link to your download page to put into their system. The time investment is very small when it comes to promoting and selling your products on different platforms.
For example, with ClickBank, you have to offer a 30 day no questions asked refund and you must have certain things on your sales page to get the product approved. Double check to ensure that you’ve included those things on the duplicate sales page so that you won’t have issues getting approval.
Expanding your reach with information products is simple. You only need to put your products on other platforms to get the benefits of more eyes on your product.
Another idea (for original works that don’t use PLR) is you can also put them on Kindle. Just don’t sign up for the exclusive program since you are selling your information elsewhere. Also, Kindle requires that their price become the lowest price so be sure to price accordingly or ensure they’re all the same price.
If you want to you can get print editions by using Kindle too. The possibilities to reach more people with content you’ve already created are limited only by your imagination and your willingness to try something new.
Tomorrow we'll look at selling more of what your people want,