Lately, I’ve seen a lot of products containing the name “Periscope”. Since I was busy doing other stuff, I didn’t check it, but accepted that there was a new buzz thing in town.
Then I heard about Periscope in a product by Chris Record. He showed some videos he’d made with it and how he used it to attract a lot of new subscribers both fast and easily.
“This looks interesting,” I thought. “I wonder what this Periscope thing costs?”
Yes, you can get it for free and use it on your iPhone or Android phone.
After I made that discovery, I checked a little further and found out that the audience could send small hearts to show their appreciation for a streaming video.
But for every time I discovered something, more questions arose. Like “how do they send those hearts?” – and “how do you use Periscope for your business?” – “can authors sell more books if they use Periscope?”
Lots of unanswered questions…
I searched online to find answers and stumbled upon a PLR product about Periscope. I bought it and learned a lot. It consisted of several articles, and some of them were targeted at authors and how to use Periscope, while others was about how to use Periscope in general and for a business.
The following day I got a mail about a second PLR product. This time it was a report. I bought that one, too.
I was about to get ready to combine the two products and create my own unique Periscope product, when I heard about a third PLR product. Videos.
I bought it, hoping it was good, and I was stunned by the quality, in fact. It was so good that I bought the upsell as well.
Now I had the main product with two bonuses (the video course and the two first products I bought) and an advanced upsell.
Oh, and a free course to give away, too.
That’s where you enter the picture.
If you’re wondering if Periscope is for you, you can check out the free tips about this new streaming video tool. But before you decide if you want to sign up for free, let me tell you a little more about Periscope:
I totally understand if Periscope is not for you.
If you’re curious about it and can see that it might have advantages you can use, then you can:
The course is only $9.95.
Or you could go on with business as usual if that works better for you.
Anyway, I would love to hear from you and your thoughts about Periscope.