Thursday, 26 November 2015

How To Spin-Out Million Dollar Ideas For Your Info-Product

How To Spin-Out Million Dollar Ideas For Your Info-Product

Dear friends,lets move straight to the point, the current study shows that there are more than 100,000,000 registered domain names on the Internet (approx.) Even if we eliminate 30% non-commercial sites we are left with about 70,000,000 sites. All these web site are trying to sell everything from safety pins to Air planes. This clearly states the current state of the commercial Internet were billions of dollars is rolling up and down and the market is full of competition. The question is, how do you survive in this tough competition? This is a context of "survival of the fittest" that is the basic rule. Now it is time to reconsider this definition of
being "fit". Let's look at it this way. Internet is a place where people have started looking for "solutions" rather than mere information. All
sorts of products in the form of podcast, eBooks, mp3,videos ,CD's, white papers, journals are available as "instant downloads" within a few minutes.

The product categories range from solving personal problems such as relationships, dating, health issues etc, Business solutions, hobbies,travel. But the real problem is how YOU can tap into this huge market and make your own money?
The answer to that problem is creativity. Creativity is what makes things easy. But unfortunately many people think that creative thinking is as hard as climbing "22 storey building without a lift". But here is good news. A study in psychology shows that creativity is a habit just like all other habits.
Just take a look at yourself how easily you can walk, talk, laugh, run, cry, hold thing with your hands, write, read...etc. how do you manage to do all that? It is because these have become a habit which you have been doing for couples of years now, some are from birth.

Same is true with creativity. When you position your mind to think creatively what you get is an attitude which will never settle for cheap quality work.
It is far more better working creatively for 30 minutes daily than wasting 4 hours creating cheap quality work. But how do you develop a creative mind?
I will show you an example here to make it clear.

Let's choose a theme and expand it. lets use"Photography" as a theme. When I read the word "photography" I instantly remember following words. "Digital photography, cameras, camera lenses,
photography films, various equipments, learning
photography, locations, lighting effects, outdoor vs. indoor photography, nature, nude, wild life, sports, close-ups, industrial photography, special effects, use of computers , and much more..."
Here you will see that I have expanded the word
"photography" in the form of "keywords" which any search engine will recognize. So finding
information on these topics for research becomes much easier now and it saves time.

Each of the particular keyword above can be again expanded to form an entire ebook or info- product. On top of this, keyword research tools on the Internet can be used very effectively. Some of these tools are available at,, (prisma)

Next you can compare the list you have generated with the list which these online tools generate. Minor editing will give you a final list of topics to be converted into an info-product. Once you get this habit of fractionating any given topic into "keywords" many new streams
of ideas emerge, which can be used as raw material for further study. Analyzing any theme in this way will definitely give rise to alternative ways of presenting the same information in various forms,that is what o do.

What does this mean? When you are ready with the final bunch of
chapters, you can convert that in an eBook, CD, an entire website, a free eCourse sent via autoresponder, each chapter can be individually treated as an article etc. Just fine-tune your lessons for your own product or someone else's product and get ready to make millions from the internet or offline. I hope this powerful information will help as a starting point to start generating ideas for your information products. Think Positive.

Hope Uchemadu

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