In version 1.0, the training focuses on selling eCommerce products that the market is still buying. It is based on these 3 criteria:
Criteria #1: A Deal Offer. You have to be selling something that's below the market price. People are still buying even during economic down times, people are still shopping on the Internet.
Criteria #2: Need. The second criterion is that you have to sell products where there is a "NEED" and not a "want". The message of "need" here is what the consumer will still need at this moment in time.
Let me give you an example...
If someone has a pet, let’s say, a pet cat, they will still want to make sure the cat is healthy and probably, the cat owner still wants to train the cat, right?
So there is still a need to have that knowledge of "cat training" or "cat health" products.
Criteria #3: An Affordable Product (Inexpensive). The third criterion is that the price must be affordable. Before the down economy, someone could spend more on certain products without a second thought. But right now, the consumers are more careful with their spending. But if it's within a reasonable price, they do not mind spending, if it's a good deal and it's a need.
So in Operation Recession Takeover 1.0, it focuses on selling an eCommerce product that's affordable, in "need" and also has a deal. Here are the 5 days of training:
Day 1: Product Sourcing and Product Selection
Day 2: Page Building and Adding the Product
Day 3: Product Fulfilment System and Automation
Day 4: Funnel Building and Monetization
Day 5: Traffic and Promotion