Informational products in Many Ways.
In most cases, unless you are creating a software program, your product will be informational in nature. Informational Products can be books, eBooks, websites, videos and audios, and CD’s or DVD’s. This goes back to how you want to deliver your product. eBooks, websites, videos and audios can all be delivered digitally. Books, CD’s and DVD’s are delivered physically. eBooks, videos and audios can also be put on CD or DVD.
There are several ways to created Informational Products.
Here is a list of ways to get this done:
- Write your own content. If you write well you can write your own content. Make an outline of points you want to cover and get to work. Over planning is a problem that many would be writers have.
- Use Private Label Rights. There are numerous products on the market that you can put your name on for a fee. Look around and see what is out there that you can use. Generally, if you have Private Label Rights, you also have the right to change the product as you see fit. You should definitely make those changes to make the product your own. To learn about using Private Label Rights.
- Use Public Domain Material. A great deal of useful content is in the public domain either because the copyright has expired or not been renewed, or because it was never copyrighted in the first place. You can use public domain material as you see fit.
- Use Resell Rights. Resell rights gives you the right to sell a product and to collect the full amount that the product was sold for. You collect the payments and provide customer support yourself. You can learn about using resell rights products at this site…
- Hire A Ghostwriter. Of all of the choices available, writing your own material or hiring a ghost writer are the best.
- Conduct a teleseminar. Make sure you get a recording of the teleseminar. Later, you can have a transcript done, and sell the transcript and the recording to those who did not attend the teleseminar.