How To Sell Simple Products To Make Money And Build A Buyers List

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Thrive Content Builder (Since enhanced and renamed “Thrive Architect”)

And here is a copy of the newsletter I sent to subscribers a few days ago:

SUBJECT: WarriorPlus Shutdown

Interesting news this morning…

I logged on to see that Mike Lantz, owner of the affiliate network is shutting down some of its older features including integration with the Warrior Forum:

warriorplus shutdown

2 points on this:

1) This is another nail in the coffin of the Warrior Forum (completely separate and independent from WarriorPlus), my blog post The Death Of The Warrior Forum from last year explains more if you’re interested.

2) The changes from Mike is a great reminder that launching low priced products remains one of the fastest and most powerful ways to build your email list.

And is an EXCELLENT place to get started and learn the ropes.

Basically, you do this:

(1) Create a simple product that solves ONE problem (30 page report, 5 video series, 60 minute audio interview)

(2) Put it on a sales page (I have to plug Thrive Content Builder here which I love and use for nearly everything)

(3) Set up the product in WarriorPlus.Com – free to do

(4) Email potential affiliates in a relaxed laid back way and simple ask if they think your product would be suitable for recommendation to their audience

[NOTE: This is how CUSTOMERS PAY FOR YOUR TRAFFIC – a customer purchases the product and some of that revenue automatically gets sent (by the affiliate network) to the affiliate as a reward for referring that customer]

In the last 3 weeks I’ve made well over 1,000 sales using this exact formula and multiple thousands more over the past few years.

You can too.

It’s that not hard and as always you’ll surprise yourself at just how much you are capable of *IF* you break it down and take it step by step.

If you feel completely intimidated by the above then start with a free offer.

This could be a 1 page cheat sheet, resource list (e.g., cool WordPress plugins or graphics tools), or even be some rebranded Private Label Rights.

You won’t get much traffic with a free offer because there’s no commission available to attract affiliates. But it’ll help you get started and learn the ropes.

It’s a simple, REAL way to get started building a monthly online income.

Even gurus with $10,000+ priced products know the power of this and launch budget “list building” products too. I have premium priced offers and do the same.

Any questions, hit reply and if there are common ones I’ll see if I can do a follow up newsletter to address them.

All the best,


Love to hear comments, views and your thoughts – please share and drop a comment below. All the best, Rob 🙂

17 Responses to How To Sell Simple Products To Make Money And Build A Buyers List

  1. Trevor April 18, 2016 at 5:51 pm #

    Hi Rob that was good well put togeather I do struggle with things I find if I go away or even sleep on something I get it by the time I come back to it seem to be able to sort it or even email you haha cheers Rob

    • Rob April 19, 2016 at 7:36 am #

      Thanks Trevor – you’re not the only one! Glad you liked it 🙂

      Cheers, Rob.

  2. Sean Austin April 19, 2016 at 9:51 am #

    Hi Rob, thanks for the clear and concise training video. I love the concept of building a list with sales from a frond end product. Do you have an ideal price point? I’ve looked at the top selling products on Warrior+ and $17 seems the norm. Cheers Sean

  3. Geoff Anthony April 20, 2016 at 8:57 am #

    Irish greetings to you Rob!

    Once again a clear, practical and value filled video from you. Always appreciated.

    Thanks a million.


    • Rob April 20, 2016 at 10:09 am #

      Thanks Geoff, glad you liked it and appreciate you dropping a comment 🙂

      Cheers, Rob.

  4. Mark April 20, 2016 at 6:07 pm #

    Great Video Rob, easy to follow and sure simplified things for me – appreciate your time and effort on this.
    Kind regards,

    • Rob April 21, 2016 at 8:03 am #

      It’s a pleasure Mark, thanks for stopping by and glad you enjoyed it!

      Cheers, Rob.

  5. Cathy June 7, 2016 at 8:43 pm #

    Hi Rob,

    This was a great post! I wanted to ask if you have any training videos that show someone how to create a blog or landing page? I am learning so much from you, I would like more!

    Thank you!

    • Rob June 8, 2016 at 1:59 pm #

      Hi Cathy,

      Thanks for your feedback, much appreciated 🙂

      The training on this is in the members area. I’m not sure if you are already a member but I suspect not from what you say. If you’d like to consider joining here is the link:

      If not, then try YouTube, I’m sure you’ll find some videos there which can help you.

      Cheers, Rob.

  6. Sharon June 9, 2016 at 10:26 am #

    hi Rob, I think ur products have clear instructions (the ones I’ve bought so far)

    My Questions:
    (all this is assuming that you / me / the seller made a good intro product)

    What I want to know is How do you find potential affiliates, how would you know how large their list is or what their potential response rate is… and what would be the words you’d sue when contacting them?

    • Rob June 10, 2016 at 11:13 am #

      Thanks Sharon, appreciate that 🙂

      Great question. There are lots of ways. Here are some…

      + Use Google to find the top blogs and sites in your niche, the owners are potential affiliates
      + When you see a product launched look for the affiliate/JV page and get on the JV email update list, they will often tell you the leaderboard of who’s promoting and doing well
      + Relevant blog posts or videos that are ranked high in Google/YouTube. See if you can get them to add a link to your product
      + People who have similar and complementary products to your own (find these products on networks like Clickbank, WarriorPlus, JVZoo, etc)
      + Bloggers who review products for a living – can they review yours?

      Rhere are more but even just 1 or 2 methods can easily be enough.

      Hope this helps and thanks for stopping by on the blog 🙂

      All the best,


  7. Phillip Lopez June 21, 2016 at 2:44 pm #

    Phenomenal post here Rob. I found out about you because of ‘Evergreen Passive Income’ and I love your stuff man.

    I shared this post with my FB group as I think there’s GOLD here.

    Thanks a lot man.

    • Rob June 27, 2016 at 2:01 pm #

      Thanks Phillip, I’m flattered 🙂

      All the best, Rob.

  8. Ronnie Chew August 4, 2016 at 1:12 pm #

    Hi Rob,

    This is a phenomenal post. I’m currently in the midst of creating my very first product to launch in Warrior+. So basically I think I have everything in place and I need to find affiliates to promote me. What sort of emails should i send to potential affiliates so that they will promote me? Remember that I’m still fresh of the boat and this is my first product so no credibility/track record so why would they wanna promote me. Hope you can share me some insights.


    • Rob August 8, 2016 at 12:46 pm #

      Hi Ronnie,

      Thanks for your comment and feedback on the post 🙂

      Just be relaxed in your emails and let your product and sales page do the hard work for you. Link to them with a free copy of the product for the JV and ask them if they think this would be suitable for recommendation to their list.

      You can fiddle with the wording but really that’s it. The vast majority of marketers will welcome hearing about quality product that they can promote (it’s just the low quality stuff and “pushy” emails that annoys them!).

      Best of success with your product!

      Cheers, Rob.

  9. Shan December 7, 2016 at 4:35 am #

    Great post, Rob.

    Why Warrior+ and not JV Zoo?


    • Rob December 8, 2016 at 9:29 am #

      Thanks Shan, glad you enjoyed it 🙂

      Partly personal preference and for info products it is arguably easier to pick up affiliates through the system that will promote your products.

      Not much in it though and really any system will do. The amount of money you’ll make is mainly determined by how good your product and sales page is.

      Cheers, Rob.

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