Do you have a blog? If yes then you have written some information down and shared it online. If no, then you need to get busy and set one up. Contact me and we can work on that together. However, today we are going to talk about the information you have written and what to do with it. Writing informative pieces for your audience takes a long time and most people are interested in learning new ways to have that information used in as many different ways as possible.
I started to think this way. Here I was putting all this work into my articles trying to give my readers good, useful information. I didn’t want to leave them just sitting there doing nothing else but gathering dust and having other articles pile up on them. So I decided to bundle my information into a product and bringing it to a marketplace called, Clickbank. You have probably heard of it but just in case you haven’t this is a large market place that sells digital information such as ebooks, courses and any other type of information that can come across the computer.
At the time of this writing I am the proud author of two products on Clickbank. One is a step by step guide to setting up a WordPress Guide and the other is on what to do if your WordPress site gets hacked offered both as an ebook and an audio. I am very proud of both the products but also of walking through the valley of Clickbank. This walk was equivalent to a climb up Mount Everest and the valley of the shadow of death. Perhaps, I exaggerate a bit but it is no picnic in the park either.
So why go through all of the complicated confusion of joining Clickbank and putting my product on it? Because, that is what we do to share our information with a larger audience. Remember how we talked about all the hard work that went into that information and also of the benefit we hope our readers gain from it. Not to mention that we now have a product that can bring income to us. If the idea of Clickbank interests you I will be holding a short webinar on December 18th, 2pm central to discuss it further. Put it on your calendar today and join me.