Thousands of small business owners just like you have discovered a new business model that’s helping them bring in additional income each month–without increasing their overhead. They’re getting the extra cash they need to pay down debt, to weather economic uncertainty, and save for retirement. And it’s easy to do.
We know that you don’t need another thing to do. You’re probably already wearing too many hats at your company–you’re not only the CEO, you might also be the salesperson, the marketing specialist, the HR rep, the accountant, the IT administrator, the receptionist, and/or the person who empties the trash.
The last thing we want to do is give you another job that has to be done.
Instead, we want to give you another way to make money from the work you’re already doing. Thousands of small business owners like you have already discovered a new business model that allows them to expand their client base, increase their revenue, reach new geographic markets, and withstand occasional “down” months. And they’re doing all that without hiring more employees, opening new facilities, or increasing their overhead.
What’s their secret? They’ve become infopreneurs.
An infopreneur is simply an information entrepreneur. In other words, it’s someone who has an information business, someone who exchanges valuable knowledge for a fee.
As a successful small business owner, you have a wealth of knowledge and skills that people will gladly pay money for. We’d like to show you how to treat that knowledge as a valuable business asset–how to monetize the information that’s already rattling around in your head.
As a result, you’ll have an new income stream that doesn’t add significantly to your business risk or your overhead. And your activities as an infopreneur will help establish you as an expert in your field, which will have a positive impact on the rest of your business.
Your Knowledge Is an Asset
When we talk about your business assets, what comes to mind? Certainly you think about your bank accounts and financial investments… and the equipment you use to run your business… Perhaps you carry inventory… or maybe you own a building… You might have patents or proprietary software… Maybe you believe your greatest asset is your customer list… or your employees… or even your reputation in your industry.
But have you considered that your knowledge is also a business asset?
You know how to perform your occupation–whether that’s how to paint a house, how to play the piano, how to care for a lawn, how to get stains out of clothing, how to clean a house, how to grow crops, how to sell used books, how to build a house, how to fix computers, how to design a great room, how to run a gas station, how to bake cakes, or whatever it is you do.
You also have knowledge about how to run a successful business. You’ve learned what permits you need, what regulations you have to follow, how to write a business plan, how to get a loan, how to manage inventory, how to deal with suppliers, how to treat customers, how to hire staff, how to manage workers, and all the other things you’ve had to learn to turn a profit.
Both of those kinds of knowledge–occupational knowledge and business knowledge–have real, tangible value to people who would like to know how to do what you do. Do-it-yourselfers and aspiring business owners will gladly pay money to learn the information and skills you possess.
Unless you have a business model that allows you to monetize that information, you’re wasting a valuable asset.
You would never allow your equipment to sit around unused–you bought that equipment so you could use it to earn income. You wouldn’t let piles of cash lie around–you would invest it in your business or somewhere else it could earn interest. You would never allow a building to sit vacant, and you would never ignore your best clients or your best employees.
It’s time to start treating your knowledge the same way–as an asset.
Now, we know you already use your knowledge and skills to run your business. But that only benefits one organization. What if you could market your knowledge to hundreds or thousands of other people? You would gain an entirely new way to earn income from the small business you already own.
A Business Model You've Never Considered
If you’re like most small business owners, you probably work 50, 60, 70 hours or more every week. And when you’re not working directly on your business, you’re thinking about your business.
We don’t want you to work a lot more hours.
But what if you could earn extra money without working a lot harder? Of course, it takes time and effort to get an infopreneurial business up and running, but once you have your information products online, you’ll be able to earn passive income. Customers will be able to order your information products 24/7 from any location in the world, and you’ll have a system in place to fulfill those orders automatically.
Earn extra money around the clock–even when you’re not working.
If you like, you can put that money back into your original business. Or you can use it as a buffer for those months when you haven’t met your financial goals. You can use the extra income to take a vacation or to prepare for your retirement or fund a college education or enjoy the lifestyle of your dreams.
In order to achieve that extra income and security, you have to be willing to try something a little bit different than what you’re doing now. But if you have the vision, we can show you how to get started with this lucrative, low-risk business model in less time than you ever thought possible.
Grow Your Income Without Growing Your Business
If your business has been successful, you’ve likely faced a dilemma: should you invest and expand your business in order to take advantage of new opportunities, or should you play it safe and keep the operation the size it is now?
It’s not an easy decision.
Growing your business can be very costly. It might mean hiring more employees—or even hiring your first employee. It might mean renting or buying new facilities. And it will almost certainly mean additional overhead.
In an uncertain business climate, it’s difficult to take those steps. In fact, in many cases, you might be wise to keep your business the size it is rather than face the risk of the market drying up after you’ve invested in new employees and equipment.
Becoming an infopreneur gives you another option. It allows you to add a new source of revenue without the high overhead you face from expanding your business in other ways. You won’t have the paperwork and regulatory hassles of hiring additional help. You won’t increase your expenses considerably.
You’ll just have a new source of revenue.
A Buffer in Times of Economic UncertaintyWhat are the worries that keep you up at night?
Has your business suffered due to the economic downturn? Are you worried about changing regulations and how they might affect your company? How about rising health care prices? Or rising gas and energy prices?
Are you struggling to find the financing you need to keep things running? Or struggling to pay down the debt you already have?
If you’re a typical small business owner, you don’t have a million-dollar company or even a hundred-thousand-dollar company. You earn just enough to get by. You might even have had to use your personal credit cards or a home equity loan to keep your company afloat.
You know that half of small businesses fail within the first five years, and you don’t want to be one of them.
But imagine that you had just a little extra income coming in every month… For many small business owners, just a few hundred or a few thousand dollars a month could mean the difference between success and bankruptcy.
Here's How It Works
By now, you’re probably thinking that the infopreneurial model sounds pretty good. But you may be wondering exactly how this all works.
Most small business owners who become infoprenuers begin by offering potential customers a simple information kit. Many offer a “how-to” package that either explains how to master specific skills or how to set up a particular type of business. For example, depending on your business, you might offer a kit called “How to Tie Your Own Fishing Flies,” “Raising Organic Chickens for Fun and Profit,” “Five Steps to Establishing a Successful Catering Business,” “Train Your Dog in Two Weekends,” or “Sales Secrets of Successful Car Dealers.”
Your kit can take a variety of forms–you might have videos, podcasts, slide presentations, short guides or a full e-book. The key is to develop a product that customers will be able to download–for a fee–directly from your information business website.
Don’t worry, ClickBank has helped thousands of infopreneurs develop their initial information kits and follow-on products that appeal to their core customers. We can help you do it too.
Imagine What You Can Do With Only 800 Customers
The best part is, with ClickBank’s proven model, you don’t need a huge market in order to see substantial revenue from your information business. In fact, we find that most of our infopreneurs earn more than they expected from about 800 customers.
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You see, after you establish a base of customers, you’ll be able to re-market to those customers with additional products that they’ll be highly motivated to buy.
Once you get it off the ground and running well, your information business could easily bring in the equivalent of an extra full-time income in an average year. And that could mean a big difference to your bottom line.
Don't take our word for it... Here's what just a few have to say.
"With the help of ClickBank, I've been able to combine my passion for fitness with the time I spend on Facebook to create and sell products that help people look and feel good. Right now I'm reinvesting the money I earn to grow my online business."– Brian Cannnone, Fitness Atlantic
"I've always had an interest in psychology, but back in 2006 most of what I found online was confusing. So I set out to learn as much as I could about the topic so I could teach others in a clear and easy to understand way. As a result of my product sales, I have been able to buy myself a convertable - my dream car!"– Mohamed Farouk, 2 Know Myself
"I have always believed that businesses can do well by doing good, and that’s why I founded Healing Gourmet. With a little upfront investment and a lot of hard work, I am now running a successful business helping and serving other people by sharing my passion for food and health." – Kelley Herring, Healing Gourmet
A Get-Rich-Slow Plan
We’re not going to lie to you. You’re probably not going to earn millions or even thousands of dollars your first month as an infopreneur. We do have a few ClickBank vendors who pursue infopreneurship as their full-time career—but they’re the exception, not the rule.
However, we have thousands of infopreneurs who earn $200, $500, or $1,000 every month. And many of them are gradually but consistently increasing their earnings. These folks understand that anything worth doing takes time.
Right now in that head of yours, you have almost all of the information you need to succeed as an infopreneur. We know because we’ve seen and helped small business owners like you do it time and time again.
Actually with more than 35,000 transactions across more than 190 countries every day, we have quite a lot of insight about what it takes to become a successful infopreneur. In fact, here at ClickBank, we probably have more empirical data on building profitable information businesses than anyone else in the world. When you combine your subject matter knowledge with our experience in building information businesses, you really can’t go wrong.
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We’ve crunched those terabytes of data and examined it all to develop our Guide to Becoming a Successful Infopreneur. It’s likely the definitive guide to building a profitable information business. In it, we share the information that only the most successful infopreneurs have learned—and use every day to make money.
What You’ll Get
The guide includes 4 easy to understand video modules to teach you WHAT you need to do, and WHY you need to do it in order to successfully sell your products online.
Module 1: Understanding the Infopreneurial Approach
Discover the powerful infopreneurial business model, including the little known secret why starting your own online business is easier today than ever before. Learn why infopreneurs are able to make more money in their businesses than they ever imagined was possible.
Module 2: Planning and Developing Your Product Offerings
Don’t waste your efforts by developing the “wrong” product. Learn what ClickBank’s most successful infopreneurs have realized about the right ways to develop product offerings. The difference between product success and failure starts with the three important criteria outlined in this module.
Module 3: Setting Up Your Own Online Storefront
Learn why ANYONE can (and should) have their own online storefront. Uncover the components of an effective infopreneurial website and how to take advantage of free behind the scenes resources and avoid time consuming, costly alternatives that stop others in their tracks.
Module 4: Promoting and Selling Your Product Offerings
Have prospects and customers eating from the palm of your hand, simply by using the FREE content that’s already in your head. Discover the “right way” to launch your products and avoid the steep new product learning curve that throws many motivated infopreneurs off track.
But that’s not all!
You’ll receive FREE COMPANION STUDY GUIDES with each module.
And although that’s more than enough to help you absorb everything you need to be successful from day one, we’ll also throw in several BONUS WORKSHEETS to make extra sure that the insights we are sharing with you are crystal clear, so there is no doubt in your mind how to get started making money online THE RIGHT WAY. And that you, yes you, can start Today.
Don’t be afraid! Trust us, there are people a lot less smart, a lot less talented and a lot less dedicated than you that have discovered infopreneurship and are earning money every single day. This guide will teach you everything you need to get rolling immediately.
Sounds Pretty Good, Right? But Wait…This isn’t for everyone. Seriously.
DON'T order our Guide to Becoming a Successful Infopreneur Kit if:
- You're afraid of hard work.
- Your existing business brings in all the money you could ever want or need. (Congratulations! You're one of the few!)
- You're too afraid to try something new--even if would help expand your customer base and boost your reputation in your industry.
- You’re looking for a way to get rich quick—not for a second income stream that might one day get you rich slowly.
- You're not ready to be serious—even if you had a proven step-by-step action plan at your fingertips.
But if you are ready and this sounds like the business model for you, then stop wasting time.
This guide will give you everything you need to get rolling immediately. In fact, it’s jam packed with valuable, step by step information to get you earning more from the moment you sign up with ClickBank. Don’t make the same mistakes that others have made before you. It’ll teach you EXACTLY what you need to know to avoid doing the things that cause others to fail.
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Order and download your copy of the complete Guide to Becoming a Successful Infopreneur now!
P.S. You might see similar business start-up kits priced at $50, $100, or even $500. Don’t let our low price fool you—ClickBank’s Guide to Becoming a Successful Infopreneur is every bit as valuable as those high-priced options (if not more valuable). We’ve learned that pricing our starter kit low allows us to reach more potential infopreneurs. Just like you, we intend to grow our business by reaching as many customers as possible.
P.P.S. Don’t worry that we’re going to leave you hanging after you download the Guide to Becoming a Successful Infopreneur. We view this as the first step towards a long-term professional relationship, and we’ll be there for you every step of the way. Get started by ordering your kit today!