This will work for most any information product that you deliver over time.
For example, if you’re having a course with weekly classes, a training program in which you release one video every so often, or anything that is not released all at once, here is how to double your sign-ups.
Let’s say you’re offering a course with weekly live training for $97. You promote your course and get as many paid sign-ups as you can. You might give this option a Sunday night deadline.
Membership sites are AWESOME because you make a sale once and get paid over and over again.
Membership sites suck because you have to create a never-ending stream of content.
It’s kind of like being chained to your content stove, cooking up new and exciting dishes every week without duplication, forever.
Can you really create 3 years, 5 years or 10 years’ worth of fresh content? And for that matter, do you really want to create that much content in the first place?
Have you ever had trouble coming up with great ideas for profitable, hot selling online courses?
A good course can sell for as little as $10, and as much as thousands of dollars depending on several factors.
Generally, courses sell for $100 to $500.
So, let’s say your next course sells for $300, and you sell 100 copies a month. You pay affiliates 50% and take home $15,000. Or you sell all 100 copies yourself and take home $30,000.
That’s just hypothetical, of course, but...