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Info products vs. Real products?

rayvin
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Info products vs. Real products?

Hi guys,

Would like your feedback on the subject matter. Which one is more profitable in the long run in your honest opinion? Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Rayvin
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ksan2c
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I do them both and am having success with both.

Just get out there and give it a go you WILL find what works best for you, but you have to DO IT to find out!
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jmpruitt
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I agree. Info products are usually easier to start with. However, I have seen several people only do physical products and be very successful with it.

The fact is I see a lot of methods, and conflicts over what to promote and how to do it. A lot of them work. The key to succeeding at anything is to be consistent. Pick one and stick with it until you make it work.
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perpetual
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I can say that I've sold a few copies of info products and hundreds of physical products. As far as profit from time invested, the info products have been much, much more lucrative. However, since I've recently started trying a few new things (like paying much closer attention to the value of the commission I will get from the physical products), I'm seeing a serious upswing in the profitability of physical products versus info products. One of my early mistakes was choosing to promote very low dollar physical products with minuscule commissions.
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