Information Product Ideas

Are you struggling to come up with information product ideas? Here are some ideas that you can to create your own information products.

Step By Step Guides

Write a step by step guide on how to do something. Lots of people are looking for this type of information because they want something that they can easily follow.

Examples are:

Step By Step Guide On How To Bake The Perfect Victoria Sponge.

Easy To Follow Guide On Building Your Own Rabbit Hutch

Home Study Courses

Sometimes people are looking for something more indepth or advanced that they can go through in their own time at home. Perhaps they are working on a longer term project.

Creating a complete home study course will enable someone to go from A to Z so that they can complete the thing they want to.

Live Training Programs

There are always people who want to learn something live. It enables them to ask questions as they are learning. Producing a live training program on how to do or achieve something is another great type of information product because you are able to sell it more than once!

You can sell it as a live course and then record it and sell it later on as a recorded course.

Weekly Programs

Another way to sell information is to compile a number of lessons and send them out on a regular basis. It could be weekly or fortnightly or monthly.

You could create a membership site so that the lessons only become available after a set period of time.

Having this type of information product enables you to generate a recurring income.

Coaching Programs

People might be able to get the information they need but often there are those who want the feedback and accountability that comes with being in a coaching program.

The only difference with a coaching program is that your clients will have some way of communicating directly with you. The information that you provide can be exactly the same as any of your other products.

Various Formats

You can also use various formats for your information products – such as video, audio or written format. You can use a combination of all 3 in any one information product.

Don’t forget that you can also create a physical version of your information product such as turning an ebook into a physical book or a video series as a DVD that can be shipped out.