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Why You Need to Be Making One Product Per Month

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If you want to have success from making your own products then I recommend creating one per month for a number of reasons.

Motivation

It is easy to fall into the trap of taking two or three months to make a product. If the worst comes to the worst, you will only end up making four products a year. Why not envisage a future just one year from now (we all know how long a year can pass by) where you have twelve independent cash generating machines working for you on autopilot?

Do not set your sights low, set them high and you will be driven to achieve greater success.

Diversification

Not all products will make you as much money as you had wished for.

For example, in the early days I made a few dud products. But I really did learn from my mistakes and this rarely happens now.

Secondly, the more products you have then the more reliable your income stream becomes. Imagine if you owned just two products but one of them bought in 90% of the earnings.

What would you do if that product encountered a disadvantage due to lack of demand or being banned from Google (Google does and has banned entire niches from its search engines before). What would you do then?

It always makes sense to spread your risk around and not have all your eggs in a single basket.

One Per Month Sounds Too Much?

Let me tell you straight up – it is not difficult at all to do one per month. It is perfectly achievable. This is my own personal target that I easily reach at the moment.

In fact, I plan to take full advantage of outsourcing in future to make even more products every month.



Source by Chris J. Kent

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