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product delivering real information (or functionality if your main product
happens to be something other than an info product) and you won't
destroy your reputation with customers before they've even bought your
main product, you won't be being unethical towards anyone, unjustly
selling them something that's really worth nothing at all, reported to the
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specifics, and that's pricing. We already talked about how you can
devalue yourself simply through presentation, but there's something
else many online business people, no matter what the info product
they're selling have been known to do, and that's to devalue yourself in
your mind. Now I'm not going to dwell on this, it's just a quick From Zero to $100 in 24 Hours Review I want to make
without going all psychology on you. What I will say is when your
product is complete, know what From Zero to $100 in 24 Hours Review is worth. Don't just go and sell it for
twenty dollars just because you've seen other people do that.
Remember not to just undervalue your product for the sake of getting
more sales, because in the long run, it'll just make your product look
cheap and you'll likely sell less anyway.
If you create an info product that spills all the information you know, and
you really do believe that it's valuable, don't be afraid to sell it at a
higher price. As far as I'm concerned, the info that we've created here is
innovatively presented, with a fresh approach, and a nice amount of
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the important stuff that we're revealing here.