Posts Tagged ‘warrior special offers’

Relaunching WSOs For 2013

Tweet One way that I've observed people being successful with their WSOs already in 2013 is taking an old WSO and relaunching it. The best thing to do is to update the WSO in some form. If it's an information product, you might be able to add some more case study examples. Otherwise, some videos expanding on the WSO, or

Jan 3rd, 2013
by Thom Lancaster

This Is A Paid Advertisement

Tweet Here's a tip I've picked up from watching the latest trends in the Warrior Forum. Several sellers have now started putting "This is a paid advertisment by …" and then including their details at the bottom of their WSOs. I think that this is a good idea. It removes some of the off-topic comments and attempts at sabotage that

Dec 2nd, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

How To Sell Non-Internet Marketing Products As Warrior Special Offers

Tweet Quite simply put, Warrior Special Offers sell best to Internet Marketers. If you're not producing a product aimed at that niche, for instance, you create a tutorial guide to flower arranging, them that won't sell well as a Warrior Special Offer. But, there are ways to monetise content like that and to sell it as a WSO. The best

Aug 29th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

No More Mention Of Affiliate Programmes For WSOs

Tweet A new rule has come into place for those of us who runs WSOs. WSOs can no longer have any mention of an affiliate programme posted in the WSO thread. That means, not in the initial post or initial replies – and no links to other pages about the affiliate programme. Previously, a lot of people would have grabbed

May 27th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Million Dollar WSO Trend

Tweet One of the biggest changes on the Warrior Forum in the past few months has been a move towards massive launches, complete with launch managers, JV managers and dozens of interested affiliates. These launches seem to be replacing some of the ClickBank launches that have been popular in Internet Marketing in previous years. So, what's the overall aim with

Mar 16th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster