On this, the 24th episode of Driving with John Chow, I tried out a new camera position to change up the angle a bit. Please let me know if you like the new angle, or if you want me to move the camera back to the old location. The new 12mm Olympus lens does offer a lot more position options than the old Panasonic 20mm lens.
On this driving episode, I talk about the advantages of adding big ticket items to your product mix. A lot of my Internet income this year has come from products that cost over $1,000, with my most expensive product costing $15,000.
The Easier Way To $100,000
Which do you think is a easier way to make $100,000: Sell 10,000 low ticket products at $10 each, or sell ten big ticket products at $10,000 each? I have done both, and I can tell you that selling ten big ticket items at $10K each is a lot easier than selling 10,000 $10 eBooks. Yes, it does take more effort to sell a $10,000 product, but it doesn’t take 1,000 time more effort, even though that’s the price difference.
The great thing is you don’t have to create the high ticket item yourself. You can license the top tier products right now and add them to your product mix. Watch the video to find out how it’s done.