Thursday, June 18, 2015

Why Your Online Product Development Fails

If you've read the post about what can happen when you build a business based on selling your own products or services, then you'd already have realized that it can make you more money. It's a fun and interesting way to connect with your audience and customers at a more personal level. Deeper than what you would normally do on your blogs or social media accounts.

It's not all fun and games though. If it was as easy as what some geniuses want to make you believe, then we'd all be filthy rich. So don't be tricked into believing that it's so easy, anyone could do it, non-sense. The cold-hearted fact is that it takes time, knowledge, and work to create your own product.

The first time creating your own product is kind like putting Ikea furniture together. You'll have all the pieces laid out in front of you. All that work, time, and confusion may look intimidating, but you can do it though you may want some help to make it easier on you.

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Sonia Simone and Chris Garrett, of Copyblogger Media, offer free sessions on what mistakes people make when putting together a product to be sold online.  They teach you how to reach your business goals, but they've been noticing the same patterns of failing. In the webinar, they teach you ways on how to avoid these problems and be a part of the ones who do succeed.

Do NOT take the approach most online entrepreneurs take because that pretty much guarantees failure. The "kitchen table in your underwear" business model can also put a damper on your success. They will also show you the best way to start doing and get out of analysis paralysis as well as how to handle marketing and sales if you aren't the best person at sales and what to do when technology is holding you back.

As part of the launch of an all-new version of their Teaching Sells course, they offer the webinar and additional articles on common ways that could lessen your success. Their Teaching Sells course is a course designed to help you build a solid and sustainable business as efficiently as possible.

So if you are looking to build a new business, then this webinar may be something you should look into. It's only going to help you in the long run and it can steer you away from potential problems that could harm you or your business. Like anyone else, you're looking to succeed and they are willing to help you do just that. Follow the link below to enter your email and join Sonia and Chris during their webinar.

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