Free Product Launch Tips and Reports

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NextGenlinks offers free SEO, marketing and linking reports to help you optimize your online business success. NextGenlinks has over 20 reports available and offers a one-stop link for all of them. Report #12 in this series offers four tips for launching a new product.

These include:

  • Create curiosity before the launch: One way to do this is by releasing free content to a list of targeted people. You can create free tele-seminars, podcasts, and reports to create buzz.
  • Get Joint Venture (JV) partners: Partners help you reach more people. Offer top marketers in your niche a free preview of your product for review. Then approach them about the JV opportunities.
  • Create Scarcity: Once you have some buzz, you must add interest to your offerings with things like bonuses for the first 50 customers, or an announcement of an impending price increase. Be honest and creative!
  • Upsell with a one-time offer: This tip is explained in The Upsell Report by Jimmy D. Brown.

Launching a new product is not easy. Use some of these tried and true tactics to ease your launch worries and increase the almighty bottom line!


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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