Are you a small business owner or running your consulting practice with vast expertise in your field that can be used to create an information product? Do you want to make money even when you are sleeping? There are many sole-professionals like you who have created their unique information products and are selling them online. Here is a brief guide on the things that you can do to create the best-selling information products.
Begin by searching and establishing the best niche in which your product would belong. Think what you have lots of knowledge about. Something that you can do or say even with your eyes closed. That’s the level of proficiency that you have in that topic, and that specific topic is going to prove to be your ideal information product.
If you are already having a business or a blog, you would have a good platform to start from. You can leverage your audience and assets to get better delivery for your information without having to waste your time.
Once you have created your ideal information product, the next step is to find out your target audience. You must know that you cannot sell your information product to everyone. Even from your target audience you have to sort out the different levels. Decide whether you want to focus on the experienced pros or the novices or the old or the young.
For instance, if your focus is the fitness niche, there are thousands of people having various needs. You have the elders who want to remain fit, mothers looking to lose weight, young adults who want to look more attractive, athletes and bodybuilders and much more. So, once you determine your niche, you have to identify the very specific sub-segment that you would focus upon, both in terms of the value that you would be offering and your promotional efforts.
Once you have reached this step, you must create the content for your information product that would be accessed by your target audience. This must include most of the points in this list – coaching series, beginner’s guide, how-to videos or guides, reviews, resources lists, examples and case studies, and updated news or alerts.