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What Information Goes Into Reports You Give Away?

There are really three types of freebie reports we put out there as
marketers. The first is an opt in report, which we give away to
build a list. The second is a viral freebie for an eBook we’re
either selling or promoting as an affiliate. And the third is an
informative report we’re using to promote a tangible product, like
something on Amazon.

How confused are you about knowing what goes into these three
beasts? Are you confident in your skills? If not, then you’re going
to want to grab the report that’s about $17 by Tiffany Dow called
Gathering and Structuring Ideas, because it covers all three
versions!

Tiffany Dow’s Gathering and Structuring Ideas

So what does Tiffany teach about the three report strategies?  She
discusses the best way to complement your profit promotion. She
shows you how to figure out the best topic to convert into a
subscriber or a sale. She covers what you need to know about
filling your report with good content – just good enough to create
satisfaction with a need for more.

One thing some of the existing buyers loved was the way she breaks
down tangible reports. She covers how to write a report for a
generic product (like a treadmill), how to write one for a specific
brand, and how to write it for one model in particular.

Most people just slap together some basic information, but a well
written report can really go viral and result in amazing sales
revenue!

Check out the guide here:

Tiffany Dow’s Gathering and Structuring Ideas

It’s incredible how many ideas there are for reports, yet many of
us simply focus on keyword articles or email autoresponders. Don’t
leave money on the table by being too lazy to perfect the report
writing process!

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