What are you good?
Do you have a lot of knowledge in a particular field or subject?
If so, you may seriously consider creating your own product.
I have never had as much success as when I launched my first eBook in 2007.
Since then, I have been creating products in niche areas that I am familiar with and good.
For example, I have been a music teacher for many years. . .
So I put together a few e-books on how to play the piano, guitar, etc.
And sold thousands of dollars online.
Since then, I have learned a lot of ways to make money online (
Teaching e-books by selling my music)
Turn those tried and tested methods into e-books and reports that also earned me thousands of dollars.
I now have a six-digit business that only sells the products I created.
Now, it seems "easier said than done", but if you take action and make up your mind to do something, what you can achieve is amazing.
If you are not good at writing, you can always list the points and highlight the tips, suggestions and methods you want to teach in your ebook-
And hire a substitute pen to help you make it look beautiful and read smoothly!
E-books and reports don't have to be hundreds of pages long and can be quite short. . .
And a lot of money.
If e-books are not your thing, software is another product in which having your own product can prove to be more valuable than promoting other people's products just as an affiliate. . .
It can also be easily outsourced.
I don't want to go on forever, but if you haven't considered developing your own product yet. . .
I would highly recommend considering and asking myself "what do I have to do in order to assemble a high quality product ? "?
"It's probably the best decision you 've ever made. . . It was for me! Best,Shane -
I'm not suggesting that you take a product and start selling it to someone else. . .
Of course, you need to do your due diligence, research your topic, provide quality content and value, and make sure you don't plagiarize or engage in anything unethical, unethical or illegal.