Niche Review Templates Review – How to Make Money With Product Review Sites

Niche Review Templates is a new product that allows you to launch niche review sites quickly. If you’ve been around in the Internet Marketing world for a period of time, I’m sure you agree that one of the fastest ways to earn money online is writing product reviews.In this review, I will explain what exactly you’ll get when you join Niche Review Templates, who can benefit from this product and how to make your review sites stand out from the rest.When you join the membership, you’ll be able to download TWO niche review sites immediately. You’ll continue to get two complete niche review sites as long as you stay as a member. Note that Niche Review Templates is more than just templates. In fact, they can be considered as mini niche sites.Here are exactly what you will get each month…- Two new niche review templates with CSS style sheet complete with custom graphics.- Each template comes with 9 different header graphics for you to choose from.- Three in-depth reviews for the top 3 products.- Two sets of 7 autoresponder messages that you can integrated into your autoresponder system.- 20 high-quality keyword-rich articles –> this is why I say this is more than a template, you should rewrite these articles, publish them to your own review sites and article directories. They are great in driving targeted traffic to your sites because these are keyword-driven articles.- Complete training videos that will teach you how to install the sites, how to modify them and how to generate traffic.- 24/7 Support. If you encounter any problem, shoot an email to the support team and they respond to you in 24 hours.- New features added on a regular basis. The recent addition are video reviews. This is a very cool add-on and can certainly add value to your sites and help to boost sales.Who will benefit from Niche Review Templates?I would say that anybody who is interested in earning money writing product reviews will benefit from this product. Especially if you’re new and haven’t written a product reviews before. This product will provide you the framework and show you how to earn money publishing product review sites.But, can you really make money with this product?I will tell you right off the bat that it won’t work if you just upload the sites without any modification. Because you’re not the only member who use the sites, there are many other people who use it as well. Therefore, you’ve got to spend sometime to make your sites unique before bringing them online. This is very important and worth your time, trust me on that!Niche Review Templates has a complete training videos that shows you everything from setting up, installation, modification to traffic generation. Before you upload your sites, make sure you go through the training videos first and pay special attention on how to modify your sites and make them stand out from the rest. No need to rush in uploading your sites, spend time in making them unique first. If you do that, your chances of success will multiply and your sites will definitely beat those that are not unique.Conclusion:Niche Review Templates provides a great opportunity for you to earn money writing product reviews like a pro. But, the key to success is to make the sites unique before putting them on the Net. It’s not that difficult to make them unique, all the content/articles are already pre-written, you just need to rewrite some of them and make them at least 50% different.Yes, you will need to sit down and put in some effort and time in rewriting the articles but it’s well worth your time. Take my advice seriously if you want to make money using niche review sites.

Create A Killer Product by Writing Your Sales Letter First

You may not realize this, but when if you are in the early planning stages of developing a product, the best thing you can do is STOP and write the sales letter first!

“But wait a minute (you might be thinking)… this sounds totally ‘Bass Ackwards’ doesn’t it?” It sure does but it REALLY works too…

And here’s why … When you envision a product, prewriting the sales letter first allows you to place no limitations on it. You can write more freely as the very things you describe are actually helping you design and create your product’s features and benefits.

Now all of a sudden you have an extended blueprint that can add many bells & whistles some of which will actually end up being part of your final product.

You’ll also find that much of your original inspiration will also give you many great sales copy components that will also end up in your sales letter too.

And, in this mode of no barrier mind-streaming, you’ll undoubtedly come up with more creative ideas than the restrictive mind we use when analyzing possibilities…

Always use your higher logic to harness your creativity into a final workable solution. But don’t inhibit your creative process when initially creating your products…

Instead try this…

Set out for a dream product state-of-mind that is full of features that can be turned into benefits… What you’re doing in essence is conjuring up the most unlimited version of your product. One that defies all confines at this stage. Write it out as if this product was right there in front of you and can performed every detail that you promise…

You are in effect reverse-engineering your product which is a catalyst to making the product not only better, but also helps it live up to the high expectations you design into it.

What you bring into reality is an out growth from using unlimited creativity to logical harnessing of all ideas fused into a finalized product. Writing the sales letter first adds incredible inspiration into your product ideas. This technique helps dictate new avenues of creation and marketing that can add much leverage to a successful product launch.

4 Things That Real World Product Managers Do

What do product managers really spend their time doing? We like to talk about all of the things that tthey should be spending their time doing – boldly defining new products and clearly laying out markets to go after. However, the day-to-day reality of being a product manager can be quite different. The folks over at Pragmatic Marketing have just released their annual survey and it contains some interesting points…RoadmapsIf ever there was a part of a product that a product manager should own, the roadmap is it. Just to make sure that we’re all on the same page here, a product roadmap lays out the changes and enhancements that are planned for your product in the future. You get to define the future: is it just this month, this year, or do you go out for 5 years?Although we should own the product’s roadmap, this is not always an easy thing to do. Development teams have been known to want to play a big role in saying what shows up in the product and when it shows up.The reason that this is the wrong way to handle things is that for your product to be successful, it really needs to be your customers who are defining in what order (and when) features are introduced. Who owns the roadmap can be the source of many battles within the firm.RequirementsWhen people ask me what skills a product manager needs to have, at the top of my list is the ability to communicate clearly. Nowhere is this more evident than when it comes to product requirements.You own the requirements for your products. Normally, the creation of product requirements is not something that people fight over. I mean, who really wants to do all of that writing?The key skill that you need to have is the ability to both clearly and succinctly express what the product needs to be able to do. This has to be done for multiple simultaneous audiences: the sales teams need to be able to read it and understand what’s coming and the development teams need to be able to read it and understand what they need to do.Market ProblemsIn a world without problems, there probably wouldn’t be much of a need for product managers. Thankfully there are a lot of problems out there! I’m not sure if “problems” is really the right word to use here, I think that “changes” might be closer to the mark…When we create and launch a product, we do so in a market that has certain characteristics: we know who our customers are and we know who we are competing against. From that moment on everything changes.As things change, it is your responsibility to change with it. We need to adapt our products, our marketing message, and perhaps even our pricing to deal with the new realities as they show up.PositioningWhat does your product do? Who does it do it for it? Why should your customers choose your product over somebody else’s? These are all great questions and if you don’t have a solid answer for each of them, things are not looking good for your product.Knowing how you want people to view your product against all of their other options is a key point that product managers have to take care of. This higher level ability to “see” your product as the market does is very important.Since we are dealing with an ever changing market, your product positioning will always be changing also. This means that as a product manager you need to always be “looking” at your product and making marketing adjustments to it.What All Of This Means For YouIt’s not easy being a product manager. There is no such thing as a product that just “runs on auto pilot”. Instead, every day we need to be making adjustments to both our products and how we market them in order to ensure that they will be successful.A recent survey shows that product managers spend a lot of their time working on four main tasks. These tasks are: creating roadmaps, defining requirements, dealing with market “problems”, and ensuring that their products are properly positioned.If we can master these activities, then we’ll have the core of what it means to be a great product manager taken care of. That being said, it’s not easy being a product manager; however, at least now you know what’s required!