Just about 12 months ago, I did my “7 Products In 7 Days” exercise – I only managed 3, but I still class it as a success.
I think it’s time to do something similar again on the product creation front.
But instead of pushing myself to do a product a day for 7 days, I think I might set myself a target of a product every 2 weeks or if I can keep up (and why not?) every week.Â The products will include *everything* – that’s the product itself, the sales copy, the autoresponder set up and the sales and delivery software needed to do it all set up.
This is easily attainable and I can see myself getting in front after a month with 3 or 4 products ready.
The way I see it, I can break it down into timed chunks and set myself a timetable for when everything has to be done.Â Product creation time will vary depending on the product, but things like sales copy and software set up should be fairly constant.
Some products will be freebie list builders, and others will be items I charge for.Â Some will be created from scratch, and others will be based on PLR.Â I don’t think you’ll be able to tell the difference when I’ve finished with them.
I have plenty of almost completed products on my hard drive.Â I don’t know about you, but I suffer from getting 80% done and then grinding to a halt.
How about one of the first products being a breakdown of how to create a product, and all the little tasks that need to be done?
I usually do these things off the top of my head as I go, but I think it’s about time I had a system in place so that I don’t have to think too hard about it all.Â You know, step 1 do this, step 2 do that.
And I fancy creating a mind map of it all too – I’ve never done that before, so that should be interesting in itself.
If you don’t know what a mind map is, it’s a method of dumping all the knowledge in your head on a particular subject into a useful usable format.Â You can then use the map to complete a task such as writing a book, or creating sales copy or even creating a process.
I’ve even seen mind maps that are products in their own right.
There’s a free mind mapping tool called Free Mind (plenty of explanation and screen shots) that I think I’ll use to do that job, and I’ll let you know how I get on.
So let’s say starting 1st November, I’ll document each day here on my blog how I’m getting on with my product creation and set up.Â A sort of a day in the life…
I know you’ll find it interesting.Â
The important thing in this is YOU realising that I’m not the only one who can do this kind of thing – you can do it too.Â Maybe watch me first and it will give you an idea of how to go about it yourself.