It’s day number 11 of the 90-Day Residual Money Product Creation Challenge being hosted by Tiffany Dow and cohosted by yours truly.
I created a video for today, but if you’re not comfortable watching video there’s text down below, too!
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90-Day Product Creation Challenge, Day 11 from Bonnie Gean
Adding Value to Your Product
Today I want to talk to you about adding value to your product without adding unnecessary fluff – the unnecessary information that’s added to the end of a product just to make it seem more valuable to buyers.
As long as your product delivers a solution to buyers it’s already valuable. Your solution can be delivered within 5, 10 or 15 pages. There’s no “set in stone” page quota that has to be met in order for someone to believe your product has value.
If you’re looking to add value beyond the main product, then let me suggest you sit down and brainstorm a few “bonus products” you can deliver to customers.
You can add as many bonuses as you want, but remain within a reasonable amount. Don’t go overboard. You also want your bonus to match the type of product you’re writing.
For instance, if you’re offer a weight loss product, a food journal, low-calorie recipe cards, and exercise program work nicely as bonus materials.
Though, adding a bonus for newsletter templates, debt management, or a graphic package have nothing to do with a weight loss product and therefore wouldn’t make very good bonus materials.
Sit in a quiet part of your home with a pen and paper and decide which three bonus products you’re going to offer with your main product.
If you get stuck, don’t worry. We’ll be talking about different types of bonuses you can make throughout the week.
Your turn! Do you have an idea about the bonuses you’re going to offer? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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