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Victoria Machado

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I've been thinking of getting into the Niche Marketing idea.
Finding a popular niche and creating courses, e-books etc to put on click bank to get other people to promote.
I just started reading The Laptop Millionaire by Mark Anastasi and I've read The Circle of Profit by Anik Signal.

I'm thinking about getting really educated first before I dive in and start making a product to the targeted niche, and I'm wondering if that's the best idea. Or if I should learn as I go?
Has anyone else been involved in this and what was your best approach?
I'm open to all suggestions.
Thanks!
 

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Marley T

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I have never done this myself but I would imagine it's best to have a lot of knowledge in your niche before you start because getting any information wrong might tarnish your name to much and any bad reviews would most likely effect your sales a lot and that could be hard to to come back from.

Just a thought, might be wrong.
 

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I've been thinking of getting into the Niche Marketing idea.
Finding a popular niche and creating courses, e-books etc to put on click bank to get other people to promote.
I just started reading The Laptop Millionaire by Mark Anastasi and I've read The Circle of Profit by Anik Signal.

I'm thinking about getting really educated first before I dive in and start making a product to the targeted niche, and I'm wondering if that's the best idea. Or if I should learn as I go?
Has anyone else been involved in this and what was your best approach?
I'm open to all suggestions.
Thanks!
I’ve got a course that’s sold a few times.

@Fox has sold a bunch more and has a progress thread on the inside.

@SinisterLex has sold a few courses too. Some on Udemy I believe.

I’d say the common theme of the three of us is that we first help folks by giving away knowledge for free.



I wrote a thread about how I accidentally stumbled across a way to create a course. It’s here:

I recorded a call with someone about it here:


From what you’ve written in your opening post, I suspect you’re focused on this as a way how to make money.

You will likely find it easier to think of how you can help people instead?
 

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