The Launch Timeline I The Secret Sauce Behind All Successful Online Promotions

Every time you promote your product online, with a price tag attached, it’s a product launch. Now, you may reserve that term for what you think the Gurus are doing, but you are still are launching a product nonetheless.

I’ve actually identified 7 different models for promoting your products/services…but that’s a story for another day. Today is all about the glue that holds any marketing campaign together, no matter what you call it, no matter how you promote it! We’re talking about a Product Launch Timeline….it’s simply a means to project forward all the steps in preparing for your Launch… so you miss nothing.

You need a timeline, whenever
you are promoting a product…

•To ensure an artificial deadline doesn’t sell your Launch short
•To identify timeframes and people resources needed to be prepared in time.
•To ensure that you’ve covered all the important elements

This video tells you everything you need to know about Timelines…and how to set them up in your business.

If you found this video valuable, please leave a comment below.



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  1. Lisa Rothstein

    This is AWESOME, Mynders! So clear. Is there a .pdf version or a downloadable copy of your mindmap?

    I bet no one ever pull all-nighters on YOUR launches ;-)

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  2. Rhonda Gruber

    I love this Project Management stuff. It’s so clear when it’s all laid out in a mindmap.

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  3. Mynders

    Lisa: Glad you liked the coverage of the Timeline. Regarding a pdf…I’ do provide one in greater detail to participants in my Product Launch Multiplier course.

    Rhonda: I agree. Everything I do begins with a Mindmap.


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