My Formula for Successful Product Launches

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My Formula for Successful Product Launches

Every business does some sort of product or service launching. Maybe you’ve never thought about the lead up to the launch, and you just hit your audience with a new product. It’s much more effective when your audience knows what they can expect and they have something to look forward to! In today’s blog post, I’m going to show you my formula for successful product launches.

How to Have Successful Product Launches

Build Excitement

The first key to having successful product launches is to build excitement for what is coming. You can do this in a variety of ways, like providing sneak peeks or getting your audience involved. You want them to want more. I give out a lot of free content because it’s about impacting lives for me, not the money. But, if you are launching a new product, it’s a good idea to give a free chapter or teaching so that your audience knows what they can expect. This will keep them waiting for the full thing!

Get Your Audience Involved

We consider you all a part of our WealthBuilders family, so your feedback means a lot to us. We noticed that so many of you were asking for a business conference, so we added that to our event offerings. When you listen to your audience and what they’re wanting, you’ll have successful launches because it’s exactly what they were asking for. We also ask for feedback after every single one of our events to know what you all think we could do better, what we should add, and what we should stop doing. At the end of the day, it’s about the customer, so listen to their feedback!

Develop a Quality Product

You can pour all of the money and attention in the world into building a successful product launch, but if your product is lackluster, then that could be the last successful launch you have. You have to build trust with your audience. Building excitement for a product means nothing if the product doesn’t provide value. Your launch is only as good as the product itself. So, I encourage you to focus more on the product you’re building than the launch you’re scheduling for it.

Does your business launch products or services? Let us know what you’ve found leads to your success in the comments below!

Billy Epperhart
Billy Epperhart
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