How To Launch A Product

Posted on October 21, 2005 12:39 AM by Joel Comm

Launching a new product can be both an exhilirating and terrifying experience. The thrill of launching out into the unknown is matched only by the trepidation in wondering if the launch will fail.

However, it doesn't need to be this complicated.

Whether you are launching a business online or offline, there are tools available that can multiply your chances for success. But most people don't know the simple secrets and strategies that virtually guarantee a successful product launch.

My friend, Jeff Walker, is one of the most successful Internet marketers on the planet. I've known Jeff for approximately five years and have had the privilege of being in an Internet mastermind group with him. Jeff is the guy behind some of the Internet's biggest product launches, including John Reese's Traffic Secrets, which shattered every record by selling over $1,000,000 of product in the first 24 hours.

Now, Jeff has released his secrets and strategies in a new course called The Product Launch Formula.

I have had the privilege of reviewing this incredible course, and I can say without reservation that this is the MUST-HAVE product of the year! I don't care what your product or service is. If you invest in this course, your eyes will be opened to new ways of doing business that will skyrocke your sales. Whether you are selling a product or service, and whether your business is online or offline, you will be able to apply Jeff's teachings to reach your goals.

Does this sound like a sales pitch? Perhaps so. But ignore Jeff Walker and his course at your own loss. After reviewing this course, I see that I have been leaving untold THOUSANDS on the table. I intend to change that immediately!

So much are you leaving on the table? Check out Jeff's Product Launch Formula right away. He is only making 470 copies available for the first week at a special sale price. After that, the price WILL go up.

Click here for the Product Launch Formula

4 Comments For This Post

  1. Tom Says:

    Joel, this site apparently got blacklisted (or so Jeff says) .. Are you aware of this? You're still linking to it. -Tom

  2. Page Rank Says:

    I once tried to launched an ebook but I could not after so many trials. It is not easy to launch a product especially when one is a newbie. I think the book is of great value for any one who intends to launch a product in the future.

  3. The logo designer Says:

    Could i use this same method to launch a service as well?

  4. virtual worlds for kids Says:

    If you tweak the technique a lil here and there to suit your services, I believe you can. =]

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Joel Comm is an Internet entrepreneur who has been online for over 20 years. In 1995, Joel launched, a family-friendly portal to the web which enjoys thousands of visitors each day. Joel is the co-creator of, which was acquired by Yahoo! in 1997, and now goes by the name Yahoo! Games. Since then, Joel's company, InfoMedia, Inc., has launched dozens of web sites which offer online shopping, free stuff, website reviews and more. Joel is the author of many popular books, including the NY Times Best-Seller, The AdSense Code. He regularly makes appearances at Internet marketing conferences and seminars.