When it comes to product creation many aspiring internet marketers struggle to come up with ideas. Usually it comes down to a couple of things: 1) They have no experience and thus aren’t comfortable creating a “how to” product or 2) they lack certain specialized skills like copy writing or programming.
If that’s you (or was you) then you can relate. I know it was something I struggled with and many of my students struggle with the same thing. So when I’m coaching students on product creation I often suggest they create a simple software.
Software is great because it has a higher perceived value which makes it easier to sell. Oftentimes all you need to “sell” software is just show a demo of what it does. Which leads to another perk – you don’t have to know any super secret “loophole” that makes $x,xxx per hour in order to create a popular product.
Normally all it takes to have a successful software launch is to create a software that saves people time or helps to automate a tedious task…
But isn’t it expensive to outsource software?
Sometimes, but usually not nearly as expensive as you think…
But! There is a better way…
DO IT YOURSELF!
Yes, today there is technology that allows you to create software without having to actually code the software. Heck, you don’t even have to know how to code. (I don’t know how to code.)
That brings me to today’s topic: 3 ways to create software without any coding skills…
It’s very easy with the use of “rapid development tools” like the ones I’m going to talk about. These tools allow you to quickly and easily become a software creator…
However, be warned not all tools are created the same – each of the tools I’m going to talk about today serve different purposes and different levels of sophistication.
I’m going to start with the most basic (and cheapest) of the three.
The best part of Easy Software Maker is the price. It’s the most affordable of the three which means it will be very easy to recoup your investment. In fact, if you create just one software you should be able to “get your money’s worth“. You can also upgrade to a version that requires a registration for list building and/or a password on certain pages. (I bought the “Pro Plus” version which allows both.)
If you want to get Easy Software Maker now then visit http://www.gocoby.com/esm.
The second way you can create software without any coding skills is a little more advanced.
iCurator Pro is a “dashboard” style software creator. Which means you can make some very attractive looking software. This software creator gives you the ability to build a dashboard with up to 10 buttons that can link to any website, pdf or video. This means you can easily take PLR (private label rights) products and turn them into a training product with a much higher perceived value.
You can download a demo of a software I created using iCurator pro at http://www.gocoby.com/pwp. I call it the “PLR Training Dashboard” and it comes with master resell and giveaway rights. iCurator Pro is also now available with an upgradable version that will allow you to create “brandable” versions of your software.
If you want to get iCurator Pro now visit http://www.gocoby.com/icp.
Now, last but not least is the most sophisticated of the three software creators…
I’ve owned Software Product Magic longer than the other 2 software creators mentioned above and even though it was kinda pricey it has paid for itself over and over and over…
To get Software Product Magic now visit http://www.gocoby.com/spm.
In conclusion, it’s easier than ever to get started as a product creator with software and these “rapid development tools” make it easy and painless to create your own software even without any coding skills (like me). So if you have been struggling with ideas or lack of experience but want to get started with product creation I suggest you pick one of the tools above and get started today. I own all three products and I absolutely love them. 🙂
Remember, with software you have a higher perceived value and should be able to recoup your investment in no time at all. Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think about software creation.
Talk to you again soon…