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  • #496

    Scott Hogue
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    I have a lot of disjointed material and some that fits together pretty well. I am thinking about putting up a catalog page and just promoting the page as a cheap way to get specific information on the topic you are struggling with.

    Has anyone done a “Catalog Page” without separate sales letters for every product?

    Ideas?

    Scott Hogue CChH

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  • #501

    Bruce Hoag
    Participant

    I haven’t done a catalogue page, but I’m not fond of the idea.

    Let’s take an extreme example.

    Think how much training Sean has.

    Have you ever seen a catalogue page?

    In eight years, I never have.

    Instead, he asks his list if someone would help them. When he knows what they want, then he records new material, adds some evergreen training he has on hand, and then presents the exact product that people want.

    Bruce Hoag PhD
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  • #505

    Don Sturgill
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    A catalog or index can work well for helping folks find what they need, Scott. But you shouldn’t attempt to sell from there. Link it to a product page.

  • #971

    Sean Mize
    Keymaster

    Scott

    there are themes out there (don’t ask me which ones!)

    that can turn each post into basically a short form sales letter (take a look at GKIC’s website, at one time they used something like that)

    because with lots of low cost items, you wouldn’t need full sales pages – just bullet points, one pain question, and a payment button

    you could have a membership where they get everything in that catalogue for one low price, too

    woocommerce I think has one

    but there are others, and could probably be done as a plugin

    look for ecommerce plugin

    then configure it

    it might take some digging, but I’ve seen one before

    (anyone else know of one like what I describe?)

    Sean

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  • #973

    Norma Allen
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    Here’s a link to my Woo Commerce Curriculum Shop Page, if anyone wants to take a peek.

    http://nallenart.com/shop/

    The plugin is free and its easy peasy to set up.

    Norma Esler

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  • #974

    Norma Allen
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    it’s (eyeroll)

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  • #976

    Scott Hogue
    Participant

    Norma, I don’t know about the plugin, but your products look amazing and unique!

    Scott Hogue CChH

    Scott Hogue CChH
    Follow me in the "Use What You Learn Challenge" as I create a website using what I learn from Sean that is a Platform for my niche:
    http://www.threestepstowealth.com

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    http://preneurpal.com/forums/topic/own-the-game-and-win-it/#post-1747

  • #980

    Norma Allen
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    Scott, my first products online were French as second language curriculum components for homeschooling families. I started that business in 1995 and you can see it is still going.

    Thank you for your kind words.

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