7 Dollar Secrets
Why $7 is the New $197
The biggest thing to hit the Internet Marketing lately is a product that defies the trend to make your products more and more expensive. $7 Secrets has turned IM on its head and threatens to turn the attention from so-called "gurus" to the common man.
In fact, what Jon Leger (the author of $7 Secrets) has done is redefine "IM" as "Information Marketing." Throughout the 33 pages of this e-book/report, Jon provides compelling reasons for developing your own information product and demonstrates the ease with which it can be done. Beyond that, though, he shows the methods he used to market his own product and earn over $3,000 in just one week.
Key to his success was pricing the product right. As the report suggests that price was $7, although it's certainly not required to use that price. Jon also shows how a product priced at such a low cost can actually be the first step in developing future income streams from the customers who buy your products—and can attract other marketers who will refer your products to their customer base.
The most important part of this report is the link inside to the scripts that Jon uses to handle everything: from order to fulfillment, from affiliate payment to list building, the scripts are the backbone of the $7 Secrets process. And they're free! You upload them to your web server, make a few settings modifications, change the templates to describe your products, and you are soon in business with an easy-to-maintain system for selling your own information products.
My personal experience is that, after seeing the sales letter for $7 Secrets, I immediately purchased the report. Jon's right: the price makes it an easy impulse buy. The report was an easy read, taking just about a half-hour of my time to read and re-read it. I took some time to digest the ideas he put forth, but soon I was implementing them and using the scripts to sell my own information products.
I've not been as successful as Jon, but that's because he started with a list and I started from scratch. Still, I've put more money in my pocket than I expected and have begun building my list. And I credit the ideas found in $7 Secrets for that success.