How To Create Simple Simple Niche Products and Services That Attract Rich Buyers

In a recession finding and attracting rich buyers is a major challenge. But it can be done if you follow this simple formula which I’ll reveal to you. But first we must destroy a myth many people have when selling to rich people. That myth is the rich only buy extravagant, fancy and expensive products and services. But contrary to popular belief, they buy billions of dollars of simple, practical and common products and services.

This may come to a shock, especially if you watch celebrity related reality shows that take you through tours of celebrity homes. You know, where they show you their fleet of luxury cars, walking closets the size of most apartments and their kitchens that would make a executive chef jealous. But even rich people buy the simple products that fill a specific niche.

That’s where you can come if and rake in big profits if you follow the specific steps that will follow. Creating simple niche products and services that attract rich buyers is easier than you think. Why?

Because they can afford what you’re selling.
They’re always on the constant lookout for unique products and services.
They’re loyal repeat customers, provided you continue giving good service and products.
The products that attract rich buyers are unique and simple. That’s a powerful secret if you follow it. Why? Because most people think rich people only buy expensive, complicated products and services that take a fortune to sell or offer to the affluent. When the fact is most rich people shop at places like Costco, Wal-Mart and Target. Than alone should prove my point to you.

So, that shows you what they spend at lot of their money on, the simple niche products and services anyone can offer. The trick is the product should be unique, useful and of high quality. Here’s a simple formula that will help you zero in on a product or service idea.

Find Out What Rich People in Your Area Of Expertise Hate To Do.
This is an excellent way to provide a service that attract rich people. Find out what they don’t like to do, hate to do, find painful to do or don’t have time to do and you do it for a price. If you can find products and services that can fill this need you’ll have a product or service that can attract rich buyers.

Next go where rich people go and advertise in publications or websites that rich people read.
Be committed to attracting rich people to your service or product. Be determined that you won’t quit at the first signs of defeat. Remember this unwritten rule. The rich and affluent are not always the one’s to come on board at the first contact of someone trying to sell something to them. But once you convince one, others people will come on board. This always makes the slow start challenging beginnings worth the effort, trust me.

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