Since, I wrote my last post, many people have been asking how to create a top knotch product in very little time. This is much easier than you think, as long as you know the process. Everything is about a system. Anyone can create a product and make an amazing living from their own information.

Here it is… are you ready?

What I’m going to show you is not how to create one product but a whole slew of products in record time.

1.) Let’s start off with a teleseminar. Anyone can do a teleseminar. You simple pick a subject which you know about and can teach others about and then invite people on the call.

If you have a list, then email them and charge them to be on the call. This way you can get paid to create your product. If you don’t have a list, then put some Google adwords and drive traffic that way or just send out some FREE invites for people to join you. You need to have people on the call, this will make sure you work harder and you will give better content if someone is listening.

The key here is to record the call.

2.) Now that you have a recording of the call. You can burn it to CD – You have product #2 now.

3.) Send out the recordings to be transcribed. Now you have an ebook of your call. Every hour you speak will be approximately, 35-45 pages depending on how fast you talk. You now have product #3.

4.) Now you can sell the digital version of both online as a package. That’s product #4.

5.) You can burn a physical CD of the call. That’s product #5.

6.) You can sell the physical version of the transcription. That’s product #6.

7.) You can sell the physical CD and the transcript in a 3 ring binder and charge anywhere between $97-$297 for the call and call it a Homestudy Course. That’s product #7.

8.) You could license this information to others and sell it for several hundreds of dollars. With a license, they pay you for each copy sold. That’s product #8.

9.) You could eventually sell resell rights when you don’t want to sell the product any longer. That’s product #9.

10.) Take the transcript and turn it into a physical book and sell it on Amazon and other offline stores. That’s product #10.

As you can see, it’s not that difficult to create a product.

The bottom line is you have to do it.


  1. Ravinder on June 20, 2006 at 9:42 pm

    How would one go about licensing a product? and ensure the number of actual sale by the licensee.

  2. Dr. J. Andrew Colyer on June 22, 2006 at 11:22 am

    Thank you for this article. This has been the model that I have been thinking about doing for our product lines.

    It appears to me that Idea #2 and Idea #5 are the same thing. Is that right?

  3. Justin Bryce on July 17, 2006 at 10:48 pm

    Hi Armand

    Great article, however no product is worthwhile if you don’t have a market for it. And then you still need to sell it properly to that market.

    Product generation is good but how would you cover the selling side?

    Justin Bryce
    P.S. You can listen to some of the greatest internet marketers such as Jeff Paul, Jim Fleck and Mal Emery live as I stream them on from my web site.

  4. Doug Barger on August 9, 2007 at 3:10 am

    Hi Armand,

    Great breakdown of the teleseminar. I really enjoyed it. You see I create products everyday and it is nice to get some tidbits.

    Good Success,

    Doug Barger

  5. Claudine Vainrub on August 30, 2007 at 7:38 am

    This is a very interesting example of how a brand trascends and becomes stronger. Working in personal branding and marketing strategy, this is certainly the “cooking recipe” to a successful communications strategy.

    Thank you for this wonderful insight!

    Claudine Vainrub
    Career Strategist