How to Write a great informational product.

This post is a follow-up to “The Value of the Bonus

Reader, did you ever create a digital “how to ” product, and then cringe when someone bought it?

Did you get really excited at your first sale or, instead, did you find yourself worrying at night with your conscience bothering. Wondering

Did they like it?

Did they already know this stuff?

Will they really find it useful? and

Was it enough?

The good news is, if you were at least a little bit conscientious and nervous, it’s a sign you  care.

Still, if you think that your “how to” info product could teach more, inspire more, and be more, than you owe it to yourself to check out my tutorial

How to create and sell training material that Wows your audience.

In it, I’ll teach you:

How to research your target audience’s needs

How to customize your product to reach a variety of audience’s different educational needs

How to ensure that your customer is buying the right product for his or her level of knowledge.


How to evaluate the price of your product

While I can’t teach you the specifics about your particular genre of education, you will come away knowing how to present your product in the best possible light, without misrepresenting.

It’s time to learn how to under-promise and over-deliver

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