4 Weeks To Sell Online Blog Challenge – Week 3

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4 Weeks To Sell Online Blog Challenge – Week 3

This is part of the blog challenge I’m hosting to go along with my eCourse, “4 Weeks to Sell Your First Product Online“. Over the past 2 weeks, we identified a new product idea and then got started on the product creation process.

I hope you’re already working on your product and it’s going at a steady pace. Well, here’s this week’s challenge!

This week I want you to continue working on your product, but also do a few other things.

  1. Identify where you will be selling your product – through your website, or an external marketplace.
  2. Create the graphics required to sell the product.
  3. Set up a sales page for your new product – this is the page potential customers will be directed to when they want to buy your product.
  4. Set up the payment process from the sales page.
  5. Set up the product delivery method.
  6. Arrange for the withdrawal of funds from the payment processor  to your bank account.

On Thursday, I will be sharing how I worked through this week’s challenge and a glimpse of the sales page for my next product.

You can click here to catch up on all the posts in the challenge.

About the Author:

School teacher turned internet marketing consultant, Sunu Philip is a Certified SEO Specialist. She founded “Clothed in Scarlet” to help women discover their unique God-given strengths and turn their talents into profits online. She offers subscribers a Free Online Business Startup Kit to help them start their online business from scratch.

7 Comments

  1. Rosilind Jukic March 11, 2014 at 7:27 pm - Reply

    This is so thorough – it is amazing!! I am excited to see what everyone comes up with!!

  2. Rachel R. March 11, 2014 at 9:54 pm - Reply

    Hi! I’ve just found you through another blog.

    I have NO problem coming up with product ideas. I have a list a page long! My problem is with managing to focus on ONE long enough to get all the details worked out. Do you have any suggestions for this?

    • Sunu Philip March 15, 2014 at 5:54 pm - Reply

      Oh..Thank you Rachel for dropping by. I would suggest you to focus on one idea which is your core strength or which you have really through knowledge. That will make the entire process little more hassle free.
      I am also really bad at focusing. One thing that I do is, delegate the task you hate doing in the process. It might require a small investment but it will get the project moving. I am not talking about huge investment as such…but the time you spend also is money. Make the calculation in that perspective.

  3. Priscilla De Moreno March 15, 2014 at 2:27 am - Reply

    Hi Sunu! These has been an amazing journey!! Thank you so much for all these that you make! Bless your heart!

  4. Chamel March 19, 2014 at 4:00 am - Reply

    Sorry for the delay in writing this week, but I’ve been giving this challenge much thought! I’m introducing a new product soon and looking to update website…looking forward to sharing!

    • Sunu Philip March 19, 2014 at 10:50 am - Reply

      Wow that sounds great! Looking forward to see your new product!

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