In a recent post about e-commerce as a great way to get started in online marketing, I also mentioned Rachel Rofe’s “Low Hanging System”.
It really consists of 2 parts:
- The original “Low Hanging System”: this is a step-by-step guide on how to creating ‘impulse purchase‘ products. Things like mugs, T-shirts, necklaces etc. that are produced on demand, and then shipped out. Selling is typically done via Amazon, eBay and Etsy.
- The “Done For You Jumpstart”-component of LHS: a whole lot of “done for you” designs & manufacture. Meaning: they design and make those products for you, and have them shipped to Amazon for you.
Anyway, I do now have access to the LHS-membership site, so I’m happy to answer any questions you may have about it.
Now, I know that sometimes people don’t like asking questions because they think their question may be ‘too basic’.
Which is nonsense, there’s no such thing as ‘too basic’. (as I have to keep reminding my 2 teenage sons who keep laughing (condescendingly) when their baby-sisters ask ‘stupid’ questions)
Anyway, to help with that, here are some questions that have come up so far. So if you’re interested in LHS, and you’d like me to dig up some answers for you (so you can figure out if LHS is for you, or not), please let me know by voting below.
It’s all anonymous, I’m just counting votes. You can vote for multiple topics, just select what is important to you.
Any other questions, reach out to me, or leave a comment below.
Vote For Your Main Questions Around The Low Hanging System (DFY-Jumpstart edition)
PS: in the next couple of days, Don & Rachel will be holding a “Low Hanging System – Jumpstart”-Webinar where they show you what’s in the box.
If you’re interested, you can find the LHS-Webinar here.