iPhone Accessories – Apple Launched Its Hottest Selling Product, the iPhones

With the success of its iPods, Apple launched its hottest selling product the iPhones, which has every feature of a cellular phone and also a wide touch screen controls and moreover an Internet enabled device which make the communication around the globe easier and much simpler. The best feature that one would definitely appreciate is the iPhone blue tooth that permits users of this iPhone to speak without the requirement of wired headsets and moreover these come with a large number of handy features too.

The Bluetooth headset feature of the iPhone permits its users to receiver call with merely touch a button feature similar to that of an institution. Moreover, one gets 72 hours of standby time and 5.5 hours of talk time which is because of its lithium-ion batteries that are not only rechargeable but also are in built. As the Apple iPhone Bluetooth is slowly becoming available it is great to be acquainted with that its just a inconspicuous accessory although there are a few in built features particularly when the headset is linked to the dock which is dual charging and one is also able to view the headset charge along with the iPhone’s own charge to allow you to comprehend the time the iPhone is Bluetooth is available to use.

And just a few more dollars one can also get the iPhone Bluetooth travel cable and is able to get a set of replacement stereo headphones. By any chance no one can deny liking the iPhone Bluetooth that is very light in weight and simple on the other hand the design is so attractive that one might consider it to be a bit more expensive and may deem that it does not live up to the potential but that is not very true as one can assure a high end performance from this beautiful device. Moreover, one can take 2 phone calls by just pushing a button and put the other caller on hold. He or she may need to push yet another button till it produce a beep that the person on hold is still on line. It really not that difficult to pair the Bluetooth with your iPhone as the design is so compatible that it really makes it go well with your iPhone.

So next time when you are on the look for a iPhone or have a iPhone, do not miss this gorgeous device as it can not only make you look good and but also help you to take care of all your all without using those wired headsets.

How to Earn $100 a Day Selling Your Own Products (With 100% Free Traffic)

Who else would love to sell their own products, but doesn’t know where to begin? Maybe you’ve already created something you’d like to sell… but aren’t 100% sure how to go about promoting it? Or maybe you think you need to have a big budget set aside for PPC, or Facebook ads, to generate your first sales? Or maybe… if you’re like most folks who have PASSION but no profit, you simply need a step by step system for building something you can use to launch your business from scratch? In this article we are going to take a quick and easy look at a simple approach anyone can use to launch an information business out of “thin air” and quite literally, be earning $100 a day in under a month to boot. Curious to know more? Let’s take a closer look below.

Filed Under: Selling Your First Product with Free Traffic

I call this approach the Strategy of Straight Lines, and it works like this:

You need articles (like this one)
You need a landing page to collect names and email addresses
You need an email auto-responder
You need a product (or service) to sell
That’s all there is to it, and the above… outside of the actual product, can be set up and done in 60 MINUTES or less.

Your articles send readers who want to know more to your squeeze page, where you give something away for free (maybe a short audio, or the first chapter of your ebook).

Your email sequence starts a 7-10 day follow up process that “soft sells” your ebook, audio program or coaching process.

I call this the Strategy of Straight Lines, simply because it’s a very linear marketing model, and facilitates a conversation (and connection) between YOU and your ideal audience… in an intimate way (via email).

Every day, you collect more names.

Every day, your email sequence goes out… and every day your relationship, and rapport with your readership grows.

Will some people opt out, or unsubscribe from your sequence?

Absolutely – and this is totally fine, to be expected and impossible to avoid.

Not everyone is your ideal audience, client or customer… and you aren’t everyone’s ideal solution.

The key is to connect with YOUR community, and to create products, services and CONTENT that connects, contributes and demonstrates your passion, expertise and willingness to help.

How do you earn $100 a day with this model?

Very simple. The IDEAL scenario is to have a service related offer, preferably coaching or one on one interaction, that can be priced at a multiple of 3 and a half times what you want your daily earning to be.

If you want to earn $100 a day – I recommend a coaching offer of $347 and if all you need to do is sign up 6 or 7 new clients per month, and you’ve got a rough average of $100 a day, based on a 6 day work week.

Quick TIP: It’s much easier for MOST people, as a rule, to sell 1 or 2 people a week a REAL world service offer (like coaching, consulting or personal service) than it is to sell many people a digital download… especially as you are first getting started, and don’t want to over-complicate your business with affiliates, JV partners and risk.

Why is this model all FREE traffic?

Because article marketing is free. The only cost associated with it is the time it takes you to create the content. Remember, this is the BASIC approach to this model… but as you go and grow, you can really scale this up by adding in a blog to the mix, a few social media properties and then recycling your readership around the web to other places you are publishing content. This turns your readers into evangelists for your business… as they’ll share your content around the web in the places they “live”… which helps spread the word for your blog, your brand, your business and your bank account to boot.

Hey Product Manager, Care For Some Risk?

Every product that you are put in charge of developing comes with an unwelcome addition – risk. We all know that risk exists and in fact many of us have developed ways to identify risk, quantify risk, and even manage risk. However it turns out that there is something very important that very few of us have been doing – calculating how much risk a new product has and what it’s going to cost us.Why You’ve Been Calculating Product Development Risk All WrongI can only speak for myself here, but when I’m placed in charge of creating a new product, the thing that I really don’t want to be thinking about is risk. Rather, I prefer to focus on just exactly how I’m going to accomplish what I’m being asked to do. It turns out that in this case, I’m probably wrong.Every new product has some level of risk associated with it. It makes sense that as product managers we really should be aware of how much risk developing a given product has. Look, our careers are riding on this stuff and it sure seems as though we should go into it with our eyes wide open instead of squeezing them shut and hoping for the best.In a normal distribution you can see that the risk profile of a new product development process can take on many different shapes. The traditional shape would be a straight line that reached up to 1.0 – basically a 100% chance that the project would complete on budget and would produce the expected profits.A normal distribution shows a more accurate real-world view. If the X-axis shows how much you’ve invested in the new product and the Y-axis shows the probability of completing the project on time and making the expected level of profit, then you can start to see how much risk you are dealing with.In no case will you ever have a 100% guarantee that you’ll be able to stay within your budget or achieve profit goals. Some projects are more likely that others to overrun their budgets (you know what products I’m talking about here).In the end, Armour has identified 6 different issues that product managers need to consider when we are trying to accurately calculate the amount of risk that there is in developing and launching a new product:Expected cost of the project
Probability of being able to stay within that expected cost
What the graph of the budget risk profile looks like
Expected profitability of the new product
Probability of being able to achieve the expected profit
What the graph of the profit risk profile looks likeIn the end, every product manager has a responsibility to know what the level of risk associated with the creation of a new product is. What you choose to do with this knowledge is your own business, but you need to make sure that you know what you are dealing with. What All Of This Means For YouProduct managers live in a world filled with risk. Although we all know this, it can be easy to forget it at times and take the simple route in which we don’t correctly calculate just how much risk we are facing when we start to develop a new product. Our problems often stem from the fact that all too often we end up making simplifying assumptions that just aren’t valid. The two most common points that we seem to overlook when we are evaluating if we should develop a new product include forgetting to factor in our ability to complete the development on time and on budget as well as the ability of the product to generate the profits that we think that it will.Taking the time to account for both of these risks will give product managers a more realistic view of the world that they live in. What we end up doing with this new information is our own decision; however, there is no excuse for us to not have the information in the first place.