Weekend Vendor Tasks for Product Launches - Must Have Solutions

Weekend Vendor Tasks for Product Launches

If you also decide to be a vendor on Warrior Plus, you will want to save some time during your weekend hours to work on a product launch. This requires a bunch of different working parts, so it will usually be spread out over the course of several weekends, although some people are able to create and launch a product on the same day.

It all depends on what your goals are and whether or not you hope to have affiliates onboard, because they will want some time to prepare their promotions as well as their own bonuses.

Spend some time coming up with an idea that you feel will be a good fit for your audience or, if you don't have a following yet, something you know you can create that will be well received by another marketer’s list of subscribers..

For example, if you decide you want to launch private label rights products, but you don't have a list yet to tell you what topics they need, look to other PLR sellers to see what is performing well in the marketplace so that you can do something on the same type of topic, but uniquely set yourself apart.

You can also use tools like artificial intelligence to help you with the concept by feeding it some information about what else is selling and who the demographic audience is. Then, you can either use that same tool or take a DIY approach to outlining and planning the product.

You have to decide if you will be creating it from scratch yourself or outsourcing the process to a tool or individual. Sometimes, there might be something highly technical like the development of a piece of software that requires input from someone else.

You also have to decide, if it is a course, whether you will be creating it in text or video format (or even a hybrid of the two). Usually, when you are developing your own launch, you're not just creating a front end product.

You can also have upsells and downsells on Warrior Plus. That way, whenever someone purchases the front end product, they are taken to the next page in the funnel and given the opportunity to purchase that additional item.

If they say yes, then they are taken to the next item in the funnel until the funnel is complete. If they say no, they might be taken to a downsell option if you have one, or to the next upsell page to see if they want that add on.

It's a good idea not to overwhelm buyers with too many pieces in a funnel. There are some people who feel they can't escape when they are hit with a sales page again and again and continually have to say no.

You can develop your product using your own skills and tools that are available to you, such as artificial intelligence. You can also outsource it to a freelance service provider like a ghostwriter.

There are also private label rights courses you can purchase and tweet so that they are your own, if allowed, and then sell it to a hungry audience without the private label rights license attached to it.

As a vendor, once you have completed the product and ensure that it has value to your target audience to help build your reputation, you need to work on your sales page. If you don't have any experience with copywriting, you might want to create some swipe files to help you navigate things like headlines, storyline, and call to action statements.

You can also use artificial intelligence for this purpose, by simply feeding the AI tool details about your product and having it create things like headlines, storyline, bullet point benefits, and more for you.

You want to spend a lot of time on your sales copy polishing it up so that it converts well for you. It also needs to look professional. You will find that some amateur marketers have sales pages that look like they are from 1990.

You need to make sure that your sales page is using a page builder or theme that reflects professionalism, and you can see what that looks like by simply opening up some of the product listings on the bestseller list so that you can compare and learn how those are supposed to look.

Next, you have to create your Warrior Plus listings. You want to start by creating a product for each item in your funnel. If you have three levels of your funnel, you will have three products.

Then, you will create a single offer. This page has different boxes where you can start with your front end product and then connect it to each upsell or downsell in your funnel. You will be able to see a visual listing that shows you where the customer will be sent after each stage of their engagement with your offer.

Warrior Plus requires approval in order for your listing to be publicly available in the marketplace, which includes the calendar as well as the bestseller list. Therefore, you have to make sure that the HTML code is correct for the buy buttons before you submit it for approval.

This happens in different timeframes. Your offer might get approved fairly quickly, or it may take several days in order for it to be analyzed. So you want to make sure you have your product created and all of the moving parts ready on the sales page well before the date of your launch.

If you want to have a contest where you pay affiliates cash prize money if they have the most sales, you can set that up on your offer. Make sure that you keep enough money back to pay your winners so that you don't have angry affiliates after the launch ends.

At this point, you’ll want to create a JV page. This is a page that tells your prospective affiliates everything they need to know about your launch, such as the date and time it goes live and ends, what's in the funnel, their commission rate, contest details, and whether or not you have swipe file emails they can copy and paste to promote your product for you.

Once you’re finished, go to Muncheye and create a listing so that other online entrepreneurs can find and promote your upcoming product launch. This also may take a few days, so make sure you have this process completed well ahead of time.

Then, it's time for you to begin recruiting and approving affiliates who will promote for you. We've already talked a little bit about the networking and recruitment process. It's important that when you are reaching out to these individuals, you don't make the conversation drag on too long.

Make sure you give them a brief spiel about your product launch, a link to your JV page with more details, and a review copy of the product so they can see what the quality is like.

Then, besides a brief reminder at the time of launch, leave them alone. You don't want to constantly badger them and ask them if they are going to promote. You will be viewed as a pest and they will likely block you.

When it comes to approving affiliates, when your listing goes public, you will begin receiving requests from many different types of affiliates. Some of them will have a good track record on Warrior Plus.

You will be able to see their conversion rate as well as their refund rate and the number of sales they have had to determine whether or not you want them to promote your product.

You never want to approve someone who has a high refund rate because that puts your product in jeopardy. Don't go by the score alone, but look at all of the different components that make the score complete.

Your affiliates will also have the chance to add a note to you. You can take this into consideration if it is personalized and specific, just as you were taught to do earlier in this guide.

You have to be very careful in approving affiliates and not get desperate to have sales because if you approve the wrong people, it can put your payment platforms in jeopardy, and put your stats on Warrior Plus in jeopardy as well.

The next thing you want to do to get ready for your launch that's coming up is go ahead and schedule your social media, blogs, and emails for the promotion. That way, everything is automated and ready to go on the day of your choosing without you having to have a hands on approach.


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