Why A Tiny Launch Can Be Fun
Have You Put Together A Tiny Launch Before?
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You’ve probably heard the expression, “Go big or go home”. While there are many areas of life where this might be good advice, it’s not always true of a product launch. You don’t have to make a big splash with your project in order to make a lot of money. In fact, there are plenty of advantages when you opt for a tiny launch.You don’t have to make a big splash with your project in order to make a lot of money. Click To Tweet
You Can Keep Costs Down
With a bigger launch, you might be tempted to spend a lot on social media advertising or paid search engine traffic. While there’s nothing wrong with using paid ads or traffic, it’s hard to estimate how much money you’ll make. If you spend seven hundred dollars on advertising only to sell two copies of your small e-course, you’re going to have a deficit.
Launching small gives you the chance to watch how all of your free marketing pays off. For example, you might launch a product on essential oils and discover that the majority of your buyers are coming from Instagram. This helps you to target more of your content toward Instagram during your next launch.Launching small gives you the chance to watch how all of your free marketing pays off. Click To Tweet
You Can Form Connections
With a big launch comes more responsibility and the need for a bigger affiliate army. That means you’ll spend the months leading up to your launch, recruiting for affiliates. When you have to find dozens of affiliates in a short amount of time, it’s easy to forget who’s who.
But with a smaller launch, you’ll be able to talk your affiliates and get to know them personally. You can learn more about their business and share more about yours, too. Some of these affiliate relationships may even blossom into beautiful friendships that you’ll treasure for years to come.
The majority of successful online businesses are not built on big splashy launches. Instead, they focus on launching small and often. Whichever type of launch you choose, just make sure you actually follow through and launch your product.with a smaller launch, you’ll be able to talk your affiliates and get to know them personally. Click To Tweet
You can find the entire product launch series here:
- Failure To Launch: What’s Holding You Back?
- Make Room In Your Life For Your Launch
- Simple Tools To Get Started
- Why A Tiny Launch Can Be Fun
- How To Stop Over Tweaking Your Product
- After The Launch: Keep Loving On Your Product