[Part 2] How to Launch Your Online Product

Posted on / by Natalie Sisson / in Lifestyle Business Videos / 4 comments

Just like I mentioned in part one of this four-part video series on launching, I’ve learned A LOT when it comes to launching.

A big chunk has come from trial and error and the other pieces have come to listening to the advice of experts like Anne Samoilov.

And while we covered planning for the launch in part one, it’s an entirely different ball game when the launch actually happens.

Trust me on this one. Your launch will take on a life of its own and totally suck up your energy and time if you’re not prepared for what you should do and can do during this critical time.

Watch this video to learn how to ship your product effectively and avoid mistakes.

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • Three things you absolutely need to ship your product
  • How you should mention your product to your audience before it launches
  • What you should talk about when you mention your new product
  • Which one strategy the launching experts always use

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  • I gotta admit… I go solo with launches… Anytime I hire or bring in strategic partners it’s almost always WAY more trouble than it’s worth. Maybe you could do some videos on how to find team members who add more than they cost…

    • I would hope most team members you take on do add more than your investment in them – that might be part of the problem. If you see them as costing you something rather than adding value???

  • I gotta admit… I go solo with launches… Anytime I hire or bring in strategic partners it’s almost always WAY more trouble than it’s worth. Maybe you could do some videos on how to find team members who add more than they cost…

    • I would hope most team members you take on do add more than your investment in them – that might be part of the problem. If you see them as costing you something rather than adding value???

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