Public Domain Part 5 Derivative Works High Ticket Items Part 2 Of 2
Public Domain, Part 5: Derivative Works - - High Ticket Items, Part 2 of 2
Niche Markets, Audio Products, And High Ticket Items
You have a magic wand in your back pocket and yet you may not even be aware of it! It’s called “The Public Domain, ” which means you can ethically republish and sell books, films, maps, and more, written by other people - - with no continuing fees or royalties of any type to pay… EVER.
There is a still - hidden world of free - to - obtain products with limitless profit potential. It is an Aladdin’s cave of already - made goods for you to track down in minutes, re - package within hours, and put up for sale as your own. This, of course, can be an exceptionally time - consuming and pricey process, and many savvy Web - based businesses have as an alternative, chosen to acquire private label Ebooks promptly from third parties who warrant the copyright - free standing of such works... and supply a continuous stream of ready - to - market products, month after month. This, however, is a topic for its own article - - but we recommend you do some research, as it can be very lucrative!
There have been countless books and courses written about many subjects - - and with original products reverting back into the Public Domain almost daily. There is always the likelihood that somebody will discover an innovative niche market and proceed in making a small fortune. The key to your triumph in this area is to select one or two extremely well - defined niche markets.
Of course, you could personalize your new product with stories on how you used the principles found in the public domain work, to housetrain your”best friend” ( your dog! ). However, the Net is quickly becoming saturated in this topic. Our recommendation is to unearth a book in the public domain and create a distinctive course around it. In our opinion, this is one very unique mode for your efforts to lead to a successful high ticket item.
You can take a public domain book and split it up into modules, create the afore - mentioned course, and then to amplify the offering, you can also create audio recordings, or advertise it as a paid subscription newsletter for a mountain of higher profits than simply selling it as a solitary Ebook. The “high ticket item” concept then ensues by combining audio, CDs or DVDs, and manuals together. There are inexpensive ( and even FREE ) software coming online that will cut your learning curve drastically, for producing a kit like this.
The public domain is truly the way to go if you need information for your Ebook or audio or video presentation that you can speedily get ahold of and drop into your creation, as a specialized chapter or section - - without any money outlay, or doing any extra work. You can create audio and / or video segments of your publication and market these multimedia creations under your own copyright. Some public domain stories truly are timeless classics, and will sell well, year after year, and in many different versions and formats.
While most Ebooks market for between $20 and $40, audio products are typically priced between $70 and $100 or more. Video products can go much higher. We suggest that you go ahead and begin making your plan today on what type of public domain information you are wishing to sell, the methods for putting it together, and who your target market will be.
One consideration for creating a high ticket item is to simply create an audio Ebook by reading / recording it “as - is, ” thus modifying it so it fits into your own package. Converting it to a CD or DVD will further increase your work’s perceived value as well as its real value.
If you are offering an Email course, an audio course, a teleseminar, or perhaps a CD - ROM of music or sound effects, you are filling a gap for recent advances in multimedia content, and will have a group of eager buyers. Unbelievable fortunes have been made, and lives have been transformed by creating multimedia products and then giving away the original public domain print book in its new digital form. A lucrative upsell is by recommending the CD - ROM audio version of the exact same book for $97 or more, as your backend product.
Consider the huge and growing arena of Web sites and writers, and their need for graphics. Clipart or photo collections can be very successful high ticket items, with little cost on your part when you derive materials from the public domain. The digitized masterpieces you can create can, without difficulty, be replicated as posters, which you then could sell to a veritable global market of art aficionados. You might consider taking these same works, repackaging them, and selling them in a “resell rights” manner. Keep in mind, you can only sell reprint rights to the derivative product you have designed. You cannot copyright the initial public domain material.
So far, we’ve discussed using your public domain “find” and creating product from it. Here is another money - spinning idea. Split up your public domain content as before, but use the portions as Web pages of targeted niche information on your Web site. Better yet, create a TEMPLATE Web site that can be used for upcoming niche mini - sites.
This means that you can create private label Ebooks or other publications from the public domain information, and you can effectively market them to a larger number of different venues, from specific Web sites that you create from the template.
The same information will target many groups, from general marketing to unlimited numbers of exciting and profitable, targetted niche markets. Each market segment will offer its own opportunities for your unique high ticket items.
About The Author:
Peter Dobler is a veteran in the IT business. His passion for experimenting with new internet marketing strategies leads him to explore new niche markets.
Read more about his experience with freelancing; visit http://freelancing.tip4u2.com
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