NOTE: I recommend using WordPress for your Web Sites and landing pages. Ofcourse, you can use HTML, but that requires coding knowledge, which is outside thescope of this training. The Sales PageI suggest you keep things simple and name your sales page something like “spazeship review.”For example, the sales page for this product is called “7-Day Product System.”To do this, go to your WordPress Dashboard, and select “Pages” > “Add New.”
The Download PageOnce again, I suggest you keep things simple and name your download pagesomething like “Download Page – Product Name.”For example, the download page for this product is called “Download Page – 7-DayProduct System.”Follow the same process to create your download page as you did to create yoursales page, and once you’ve saved the draft, you’re done. (We’ll revisit this page aswell.)
Create Your ListNext up, you’ll add a new list to your commercial email service provider (e.g. AWeberor GetResponse).It’s good to get in the habit of creating a new list for each spazeship reviewyou create, so youcan target those customers as a group as well as email multiple lists at one time.If you don’t yet have a commercial email service provider, you’ll need to set up anaccount, so you can capture customers’ email addresses and begin building your listand marketing to those who are added to it.I recommend using AWeber, though GetResponse will work as well.
You can learnmore about each here, and each service provides set up instructions you can follow: AWeber: http://ShawnSuggests.com/AWeber GetResponse: http://ShawnSuggests.com/GetResponse NOTE: In the next step, you’ll be setting up your product on a third party platform,and if you choose to use JVZoo, they do not integrate well with AWeber.If you want to learn more about setting up your email lists, and marketing to thepeople on those lists, you might want to take a look at my Quick & Easy EmailMarketing Course: http://QuickAndEasyEmailMarketing.com/QEEM Set Up Your Product at JVZoo or Warrior+ PlusBefore you can sell your product, you’re going to need a Buy Button, and the easiestway to get one of those is to use a third-party platform designed to match productcreators with customers.While you CAN go right to PayPal to get this done, the interface and options theresimply don’t meet what you can get elsewhere, so I suggest you use either spazeship reviewor Warrior+ Plus to sell your products.In addition to their ease of use (for both you and your customers), these platformsoffer options to integrate affiliate participation, which is a valuable tool we’ll bediscussing on Day Six. Which Platform Is Best?This really is a toss-up.
It’s free to set up products on either platform, and each earnsa percentage of every sale in exchange for your using their platform, but these feesare negligible. JVZoo earns a commission fee of 5% of the gross selling price of each product you sell, while Warrior+ Plus earns 3.9% + 0.10 for each product sold.Both are frequented by quality customers and quality affiliates, and eachmarketplace is designed to sell digital products that related to online businesses Details: