April 17, 2008
Eldon Sarte 8 Comments
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My goal is to write a book about how I lost weight so I’d have more energy for work which would lead to more money which would allow me to buy a souped-up car in order to attract a hot babe.
Now, if I could describe that in a no-fail, step-by-step process, THAT oughta sell like hotcakes!
What does my future hold?
That’s a bestseller! If you look at what you just wrote, looks like losing weight’s the only thing you need step-by-steps for, and everything falls into place.
True, but too broad to sell, I think. If you think about it, all the topics I mentioned are “what’s in your future” stuff niched down.
Unless you’re selling an infoproduct on “how to tell what your future holds.” I have to say, not a market I’ve ever played with, so wouldn’t know.
Well, then, I’ve just completed my ebook, and now offer it here for everyone. For free, unless you want to come over to my site and buy me a beer, or something.
Here it is:
TITLE: How to Lose Weight, Make More Money, and Get a Hot Babe
Step 1. Exercise more.
Step 2. Take in fewer calories than you expend.
Step 3. With extra energy created, work more, and bank extra dough.
Step 4. Use surplus savings to buy your dream car.
Step 5. Take car to area where babes hang out.
Step 6. Make the best deal you can.
You gave it away for free? I think you missed the point of my post, sir.
Ah, I get it. You actually wrote an ebook focused entirely on Step 6. This whole outline is just a come on to get us to shell out money for your “How to Negotiate With Babes and Get the Best Deal” ebook!
That was great guys!
Yeah, “What does my future hold?” is, indeed, too broad. Weather is a correct answer. As is sleep. And, yesterday.
Yet, I get exactly that question, verbatim, no less than several times a month, at Numerology Answers. They know what aspect of the future they’re asking about. But I don’t. I’m not physic. Well, not without at least some clues. I rarely answer them on the public pages anymore.
“Will I marry him?” without supporting information is another frequent question.
Many of the questions I receive, over half, come from India and Pakistan.
How about, “How to divine your own _____ future” and have a series of ‘em. …Career future (a big one), Marital, Financial, Health.
Oh, heck, let’s just go with, “How to be happy.”
I don’t buy into numerology, but I just visited your site, and have to admin, it’s fascinating.
Couple of ideas:
Don’t know how tough this would be to produce technically, but I can see potential in offering visitors a printed booklet with the custom generated numerology results your site generated for the visitor (and additional related info, based on the results, to boot). For a price, of course. That’d be pretty cool, actually.
If you want to stay all free, you may want an option to email the results to the visitor (add email addy to a list, telling visitor you’re doing that, of course). The emailed results can link to more info on your site (more opps for AdSense exposure) or elsewhere (aff income potential). And you can get creative on how to generate more revenue from the list you’re compiling.
Just some ideas.
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