The Hands Off Profit Potential of Software and Plugins
You come online looking to make money, and you don’t know where to begin. Should you be a service provider creating graphics or ghostwriting for living? Maybe you should create an info product or a membership site.
Nothing seems right it’s all something you feel inexperienced with and then you feel like you’ll be stuck forever. You may want to consider the hands off profit potential of software and plugins.
Just like you could ask a ghostwriter to create an info product for you, you can also hire a relatively inexpensive provider to create a WordPress plugin or some type of software that you can sell as your own.
Sometimes, your plugin might enhance some sort of feature on your blog. Maybe it helps with search engine optimization (SEO) or in making your post go viral on social networking sites.
Perhaps the software tool you dream up has the ability to conduct keyword research in a unique way, or present the data in a way that’s attractive to many online entrepreneurs.
All you have to do is outsource the assignment to someone else. Tell them what you want the tool or plugin to do, and they can design it for you. The great thing is, all you have to do from that point on is craft your sales copy, recruit affiliates and launch!
Make sure you test the tool or plugin out before you go live with it. You want to make sure there are no glitches in it. Once you do, and find that everything is working well, make a plan to launch it to the public.
Profits can soar when you have something technical like these two items to sell. They typically go for more than a simple eBook or content pack. And you can always upgrade features to a 2.0 version later on down the road.
If a customer likes what you’ve developed, they may present you with requests for future plugins or software tools. Make note of these and go back to your original designer and have them create a follow up.
Once it’s ready, put that in your funnel or backend sales strategy for future profits because you know at that point that paying customers will be interested in it. Make sure that you provide clear tutorials on how to use the tools either in the form of a video or PDF (or both)!