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Well it’s good news for all marketers because a new window of opportunity to create a “highly-profitable-set-and-forget” income stream has just opened up.
If you remember, just one year ago digital products such as e-books were selling for as much as $97 or more.
Have you noticed a steady decrease in the price ranges of these products recently? Digital products alone can no longer create a steady income stream on the internet.
Creativity is the key! One has to think out of the box to create a profitable business empire online. One such creative idea is to convert your digital products, Audio/Video content, PLR products or resale rights products to PHYSICAL CD/DVD’s.
There are two main reasons why you should consider selling physical products.
1. Physical products have a high perceived value and sell for much higher prices than digital products.
2. Physical products have very low refund rates and almost always keep your customers satisfied!
A few years ago, small marketers such as you and me were scared to sell physical CD/DVD products. Why? because converting your digital products into physical products need a lot of time and money to create and deliver them to the customer.
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What IS going on with eBay ? With all the radical changes at eBay it is a real confusing mess at the moment. In this episode of “Help! My Business Sucks“, Andrew Lock breaks it down and delivers it to you in his own special style – Discover Crazy Changes Going on at eBay & Learn What to Do Now.
With the recent changes over at eBay, the sellers of digital items are have had to change there tactics. This sudden change of the rules by eBay, has caught many of eBay’s digital sellers off guard. Many of eBay’s digital sellers have thrown in the towel and closed their stores already. Opportunity Knocks !!
I think that it was time that some one pulled the plug on eBay’s ebooks anyway. The eBay ebook market was flooded and had started to fall apart anyway. With the masses of junk ebooks that went from Clickbank riddled 1cent ebooks to pasted together stolen content to 3page ebooks containing nothing but links to websites, it was all starting to get out of hand. As a legitimate publisher you would fear the day that your genuine ebook has illegally found it’s way on to ebay with resell rights and would diminish in value to 1 cent in no time at all.
Looking at the positive side, many sellers are talking about how to make your digital items in to physical items (on CD and delivered), and that this is the future for digital item sellers. The argument to this is that, “Isn’t this a step backwards?”,as one of the great selling factors about digital items is the “Instant delivery”, the wanting of something and being able to pay and receive it instantaneously. I understand that if the item is packaged nicely it has a higher perceived value. It’s not like this is a new thing, people have been selling like this for years.
You could compare this eBay digital drama to the time when Mp3′s first came onto the scene. Years ago when the future of digitally downloaded music was first discussed. My conclusion at the time went like this, “It will take 2 or 3 generations for digitally downloaded music to become the main stream and the high street music shops start closing”. When buying your new favorite album is not just about the music, it was about the physical act of going to the shopping center, looking around, going to the music shop and choosing your CD (or tape, or record) and walking to the cashier counter with it in your hand, pay for it, and taking it home, opening the packaging, then putting it into your sound system for it’s first listen whilst you flick through the nice little book that comes with the product. You can now add this to your collection, proudly on display on your wall with all your other music”.
Now the point here is that at the time many people believed that music that is non-physical could never be the future.
Now this eBay digital items situation is the opposite way round, digital media becoming physical media. Now do you think that the previous eBay customers who enjoyed digital items for there convenience, instant availability and cheapness are going to evolve into customers that will have to pay more and have to wait for delivery and my big question is will they appreciate nice packaging and little booklets ?
For me as a buyer of digital items , I would use eBay because I could find real bargains containing information I desired and could get it in minutes. I would receive the product and then soak up the information I needed then probably never turn to that ebook again. Out of all of the hundreds of ebooks I’ve read there is maybe a mere few titles that in my opinion would deserve to be a physical product that I could proudly put onto my bookshelf among my collection of real books.
So where is all this going ? I don’t know what will happen in the future, but I do know that the situation right now is opening lots of new opportunities. If you are in there at the start you could do very well. Keep an eye on the blogs and forums to be with the change.
In the meantime you may want to checkout my post about new options for digital sellers.
John Thornhill (eBay id Planetsms), Author and promoter of some of the best eBooks on eBay and the Internet has an exciting new eBook re-launch for you.So take a look at the re-release of John’s latest updated Master Piece! It really does take the cake with regard to generating traffic to your websites and eBay auctions.
The first version was excellent, but now he has added more tips and ground breaking info to make this eBook a true experts guide to creating auction traffic.
A fresh new look for a fresh new re-launch!
This guide will show you how to push the boundaries to generating traffic and making your auctions and sales a huge success! I personally use the techniques John supplies in this eBook for generating traffic to my websites and auctions so they do work.