Many writers have an ambition: create their own info product, and SELL it. They want to get out of the daily writing grind of trading hours for dollars. If this sounds like you, here are three tips which will help you with info product creation.
1. Start Simple: Create a Small, Easy Product
If you’re entering NaNoWriMo, more power to you. 🙂 However, if it’s the first time you’ve ever tried to create an info product, start small. Create a 20-page report, or write a short story. Look on your info product creation as an experiment — you’re just trying something new. (This is a psychological trick. Telling yourself it’s just an experiment calms your inner editor.)
2. Set a Deadline for Completion, and Schedule Your Writing Time
Important: set a date by which you’ll SELL your info product. Take the date very seriously. Tell yourself that by ____ (a date) your product will be available for sale.
Selz makes it very easy to sell digital downloads, with no hassle about delivery, or anything else.
3. Get It Done! Sell It. Ignore Your Doubts
You WILL have doubts. That’s your inner editor for you, always kvetching about something. Tell your inner editor “thank you for sharing”, and ignore him.
Once you’ve edited your info product — if it’s short, you don’t need an outside editor — give it to someone to proofread it, and offer it for sale at Selz, or another payment processor. A disclosure: I use Selz, and enjoy their service, but I have no other connection to the company.
Then do it all again… create your next info product, and sell that. Have fun. 🙂
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