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discuss Developing Domains Into Digital Download Income Streams

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Jordon M.

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Ok, so, I was looking for ways to monetize a few domain names and just can't bring myself to do parking, landing pages, services, pay per click, or anything affiliate.

That left me with products, but I don't have a warehouse.

So, I ended up with digital download products I could sell one time for a larger bottom line or unlimited sales with a lower bottom line, due to the lack of uniqueness.

Here's some of the possibilities I came across:
  1. Online Courses
  2. eBooks (Printables)
  3. Software
  4. Web based Apps/SaaS
  5. Videos
  6. Audios
  7. Photography
  8. Graphics & Templates
  9. Fonts
  10. Digital magazines and Newsletters (Subscriptions)
  11. Platform Membership to access (Subscriptions)
  12. Planners & Calendars (Printables)
Trying to narrow it down to maybe 2 or three that work cohesively together.

Did I miss anything?
If so, what did I miss?

Which of the above do you think would work and convert the best?
 
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redemo

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Good ideas mate. All your ideas need parallel traffic sources. Example 1 is ONLINE COURSE then you could have a database of free online courses and list your premium courses PLUS additional related traffic source which could be a list of career profiles, again which is directly related to your premium online courses. Example 2 SOFTWARE then you have a database of free software and list your premium courses PLUS additional related traffic source which could be lists of popular software used by freelancers, which is directly related to premium software. Once you know how much the average type customer is worth example 10 cents you can start to pay for traffic instead to rely on organic search traffic which is not a reliable traffic source imo. @LoodeX might have a better idea.
 
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Alop

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Good ideas mate. All your ideas need parallel traffic sources. Example 1 is ONLINE COURSE then you could have a database of free online courses and list your premium courses PLUS additional related traffic source which could be a list of career profiles, again which is directly related to your premium online courses. Example 2 SOFTWARE then you have a database of free software and list your premium courses PLUS additional related traffic source which could be lists of popular software used by freelancers, which is directly related to premium software. Once you know how much the average type customer is worth example 10 cents you can start to pay for traffic instead to rely on organic search traffic which is not a reliable traffic source imo. @LoodeX might have a better idea.
My system won’t comply with your system
 
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unless you have a plan for traffic dont waste your time and money.
 
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redemo

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unless you have a plan for traffic dont waste your time and money.
The best way to get traffic in any niche is to find unanswered questions and answer them. You are almost certain to get traffic if you do it properly, albeit mixed between interested buyers and timewasters like @LoodeX who will read and probably dislike this post for no reason.
 
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The best way to get traffic in any niche is to find unanswered questions and answer them. You are almost certain to get traffic if you do it properly, albeit mixed between interested buyers and timewasters like @LoodeX who will read and probably dislike this post for no reason.
If you have a time machine that is a great way to get traffic.
 
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redemo

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If you have a time machine that is a great way to get traffic.
I don't use a time machine. Common ways to find customer's problems are product reviews ( which often include customer questions ), social media product discussions, product question keyword volume tools and Google Trends. Try it today.
 
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Alop

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I don't use a time machine. Common ways to find customer's problems are product reviews ( which often include customer questions ), social media product discussions, product question keyword volume tools and Google Trends. Try it today.
Your ai is not accurate
 
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redemo

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