Forget Fancy for Launch Success

Simple Steps to Launch Your First Product

The Money Making Blogs Blog dishes up five easy steps to help you launch your new product today. Create buzz, increase cash flow and get your product rolling with these simple steps:

  1. Write a blog post to announce that you are launching your own product. Offer a corresponding free giveaway. Ask for feedback as a requirement to enter the contest. This will create ‘buzz’ and get folks interested. Post the giveaway on Facebook, Twitter, and send out as an email.
  2. Wait a couple of days and write a interesting post about your product and remind readers about the contest.
  3. Pick a winner and announce them on your blog. Then announce that due to high interest, you are offering a 3 day 50% off sale.
  4. Continue to create buzz about the product and sale during the 3-day period.
  5. End the sale on time, and raise the product price.

Use this bare bones launch method and you will likely double the sales you would have gained,  if you just stuck the product on the market.  Have fun and happy selling!


Vickilynn is a Novelist whose first book "Waving Backwards" was published in July 2015. She is also a Blogger at Adoptionfind Blog. Previously, she was a Freelance marketing copywriter at OpenView.
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