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Infopreneurship - The Next Big Thing
By: Jason Chew
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  • Infopreneurship - The Next Big Thing
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    Infopreneurship - The Next Big Thing - Sell Your Own...

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    1. Sell Your Own Products

    Everyone is an expert or good at something. That expertise can generate tremendous income opportunities from information products.

    To be a successful infopreneur, you need to think of things that you know alot that others do not know and are dying for them. This will be your niche market that is rabid market for you information products. The information products can be on your interest/hobbies, money, investing, debts, or even internet marketing to name a few. You can also search the web for buzz or things that recently generate a huge following. To create your own information products required a lot of work. If you do not have the time or little knowledge of product creation you can outsource your creation process to others and concentrate on the selling or marketing your information products.

    2. Sell Other People's Products

    Selling other people's products means that you have to be an affiliate to the merchants/vendors or be a direct marketer of the information products. To be an affiliate means that you have to join the merchants' program and direct your prospects to their product to make the sales. To be a direct marketer, you need to purchase information products with resale or master resale rights and sell them on your own website. Sometimes it is easier to sell a proven product then to create your own. These products would usually receive some publicity, proven that they really work and results in some sales.

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