Is There Any Money On Over Saturated Markets?
Well that depends ultimately on you! Let me explain?
I have tackled a few over-saturated markets that are just splattered everywhere on the internet and at first when I tried I pretty much failed miserably. You wanna know why?
Because I was doing EXACTLY what every other bloody Tom, Dick and Harry was doing? I was trying to promote products that were already being marketed the exact same way everyone else did! I took the obvious trail that most others do!
But of course I wasn't going to give up without a battle - I had to put my thinking cap on, I knew there had to be a way so I didn't give up! I got creative and looked for ways to promote these products that sell so well (Heck who doesn't want to sell a product that people jump at right?)
Here is what I did? I started marketing these products tactfully in other niche's I had.(I have a few). So I knew these people would not have particularly searched for these items I was offering so it would be NEW to them, it's not something they've seen before but might tickle their fancy.
I also wrote my little email promotions and made it relate to their particular circumstances. SEE it's all about getting creative. You just need to think outside the square!
So before you think EVERYONE else is "selling" it so there's got to be no money in it, think about how you can get creative and offer it differently to other prospects!
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