Who The Best Way To Market Research It Is For
My idea selection and offer validation method works for my clients again and again in niche after niche, from persuasion and marketing to fitness and management consulting.
What you’ll do has already worked for:
- Sex therapists (yes, really)
- C-level executives
- Ecommerce sellers
- Marketing agencies
- Certified hypnotherapists
- Freelance writers
- Fitness trainers
- Business coaches
- Management consultants
- Professional negotiators
- Best-selling authors
- Course creators
- Cybersecurity consultants
- Financial advisors
- Nonfiction authors
- . . . and more! (But you get the idea. My ish works for everyone.)
Yes, The Best Way To Market Research It is for anyone who has a business or product idea and wants a structured, methodical approach to figuring out if it could work.
Not creating anything right now? Use this for your clients!
Get this program, study the methods, and sell market research as an add-on service to clients who need them — which, it turns out, are probably all of them.
In that case, The Best Way To Market Research It walks you through a simple process to find the market that already wants what your clients could sell and is willing to pay for it.
Depending on the niche, “market research as a service” is worth $500 to $5,000 — or more.
And all you have to do is follow my systematic, step-by-step guidance to help your clients choose a business to run with, niche to pick, book to write, or course to build.
Imagine knowing your market so well you create exactly what they want to buy . . . over and over and over!
It’s not luck; it’s market research that works.
And it’s how you find your “1,000 True Fans.”
Come for the market research method, stay for the 1,000 True Fans.
“Hold up . . . wait a minute . . . somethin’ ain’t right,” you tell me. “Do I really need to do my research before I can launch something successful?”
In a word, yes.
In several words, yes. And here’s why.
Without market research:
- You get stuck in “idea hell” with more ideas to run with than time to build them.
- You’re left investing a fortune into a business that will not work.
- You’re terrified by the uncertainty so you procrastinate.
- You create something few people want and feel like a loser.
- You don’t know where to go from here.
I’m NOT asking you to spend months of your life on this.
Because the point of market research is to do it in such a way that you don’t have to do it for long.
Get in there, get what you need to know, get out, and get to making money.
That’s the best way to market research it.
. . . which leads us to our third and final profitable fact.
PROFITABLE FACT #3: Market research is your highest return-on-investment task before you create anything.
I have a question for you.
Knowing you’re building something that will sell . . .
What’s that worth?
Is knowing people will buy your new thing worth $97?
Uh . . . yeah.
Run the numbers to see what building your next thing with confidence is worth.
Let’s say you build a $99 program you thought sounded great . . . but the market doesn’t give a rip.
You make 2 “pity” sales for $198, minus payment processing fees of course.
Compare that to a program like The Best Way To Say It, which I launched back when I had fewer than 2,900 Twitter followers.
Look how many copies I’ve sold in 6 months:
That’s a near-6-figure product without an email list, without a big launch hullabaloo, and without any paid traffic or cold outreach.
Even with payment fees and affiliate commissions, one thing is certain:
My market research worked.
So can yours.
Which number do you want?
Selling so little that you earn less per hour than a soon-to-be-automated-out-of-work fast food cashier?
Or selling so much that your success spawns an entire franchise?
We both know your answer.
You want to launch your idea with excitement because you know it’s the right one.
The Best Way To Market Research It has your name on it.