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pedant406 (pedant406) wrote,
@ 2011-08-29 18:24:00
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    Current mood:gloomy

    Make the Launch of Your Membership Site a Wild Success

    It is not nearly as hard to launch your very own profitable membership site as it seems; the fact is that if you have a good work ethic and a really strong vision you should be able to make any number of sites in any number of niches and make money from each one of them. Keep reading for tips on how to be successful in the launch of your own membership sites.

    Build Anticipation: Building peoples' anticipation is incredibly important if you want your launch to be successful. Dropping some hints and clues about what's coming up soon gets your target audience to anticipate and get excited about your site which will lay the foundation for a great launch. You can use this to create hype for your launch and build peoples' interest even before they actually see your website. It's alright if you don't want to disclose the details of your membership site yet, but at least tell them something is going to happen on a certain date. However, launching your site without first building up this kind of anticipation isn't really a very good idea. If you want people to actually look forward to your launch, feed into their innate curiosity by feeding them hints and clues. Needs Are Your Focus: Choosing your market based on feelings or hunches isn't the right way to do things, especially if you want to earn a high profit. It is important to spend a good amount of time looking into and doing homework on your niche so that when you do launch you will be truly ready to meet all of the needs of your audience. The first thing that you need to do is make sure that your market has an established interest in a topic that you can cover in your membership site. You need to choose a market that is stable, growing and has a healthy appetite for new information. It is important to choose a good market because that is one particular mistake that is super hard to undo. So focus on the needs of your target audience, find the gap and fill it with your membership site.

    Do Some Competitive Analysis: It would be a terrible idea to simply launch your site without first doing some competitive analysis on your competition to see where you stand. It doesn't matter which niche you operate within; keeping close eyes on your competition makes it easier to get ahead of them. Make sure that you know how your competition is doing things like promotions, advertising, marketing and pricing.

    When launching a worthy membership site, getting the various variables right is critical because ultimately, the kind of response you get for it depends on how strong your foundation is laid out.



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