Information Marketing is an incredible business opportunity for anyone willing to make a long-term commitment to the implementation of their Business Plan if you even bothered to create a plan.
You don't have to spend a bunch of money launching an Information Marketing business, it doesn't take much, but it does require a ton of sweat equity, something that most people aren't willing to provide.
Information Marketing requires accumulation of knowledge on a particular product or service, recording the processes involved, and then packaging those processes, offering them for sale to others, exchanging money for your hard work.
Some people do extremely well, especially if they build their personal brand around their product, which requires working social media, creating content on your blog, and even making videos on YouTube. It is a tremendous amount of work.
Information Marketing is dependent on the sales funnel that works through things like Feature, Function, Benefits. And, then there is the tie down, and trial close to see if your customer is going to buy the product. You have to put the right process in place if you expect to land any reasonable sales in your system.
And, even if you do everything right, or think you do everything right, you still are at great risk to fail this time out. But, you should never look at a failure, as a permanent failure, only a temporary setback, as it is all part of the learning process.
I've personally failed at Information Marketing, as well as many other types of businesses, before and after massive success in my life. Don't take it personally, if you fail, just start over, you'll figure it out.
Information Marketing is a great opportunity because you don't need others to launch this type of business. You can do everything yourself until you get so busy, and are making so much money that you can't afford not to hire somebody else to work with you.
I used to think that I needed someone else to work for me to make up for my shortcomings, but to be brutally honest, that hasn't worked out very well for me. Going it alone has drawbacks, but a great benefit is you are responsible for your success and failure. There is nobody else to reward or blame. You own it all the way!
All you have to do to get into this business is to become an expert at something and deliver that expertise to others through Information Marketing strategies. It's a pretty simple idea that will challenge your tenacity to come through to the end. Do you have what it takes to build an Information Marketing business?
And, if you think you aren't an expert at something, you probably aren't thinking about all the brain-dead activities that we do on a daily basis.
Brain-Dead makes for great Information Marketing material
Brain-dead stuff is the stuff that you're an expert at doing, you don't even have to think about it, but I guarantee that there are a ton of people who have to think about what you dismiss.
Try writing a blog post about things that are stupid simple, and then put detail into the topic. Change up how you would do an activity to get a different result, and chances are you are going to find a great item for Information Marketing.
Wait, you're going to do research and find hundreds, maybe thousands of people who already wrote about your area of expertise. That's fine, but before you give up, look through their material. Did they put it together the way you think is correct? Probably not, and that's opportunity.
You might even be able to leverage their material to build even better Information Marketing material for yourself. Don't plagiarize them, but utilize their ideas, and make them better by explaining how you would do the procedure better. You could even give them attribution, especially if you are a superior product or service!
Probably the toughest part of an Information Marketing business is finishing your work. You have to deliver your idea, and then get the sale, because your audience needs your product or material. Close the deal!
Information Marketing is a very personal strategy, and you need to connect with your audience. Let them know who you are, and why you are doing what you do. Help them when you can, and get people to talk about how great you are. They are your best sales people in the Information Marketing business.
Are you getting into Information Marketing? Let me know, and let's connect!