This is my Launch Ninja review – is it worth the effort of finding it and what do you do with it.
Why write a Launch Ninja review? I mean, it’s cheap enough that it’s in the ‘no-brainer’ category to start with, but to many people, low cost usually means low value, but this is not the case here. The main-stay of the product is a one and three quarter hour video by the creators, Kevin Fahey & Mikael Dia in which they talk about the necessary steps that go with launching a new product. The first big surprise being – how far in advance you really need to plan! Gurus talk about advertising on the JV launch platforms at least 2 weeks in advance to get the JVs rolling in. They are way off track going with the real planning that is needed.
If you’re someone who hates long videos (and that includes me), there is a PDF transcription of the whole thing, with the different speakers clearly identified and everything written down word for word, so you shouldn’t lose your way. There is also a nice little check-list so you can mark off what you’ve done and see what there is still to do. Finally there is the (obligatory these days) mind map so you can see where they were wenting from as well as going to.
So Launch Ninja is not expensive – which is good. It’s very informative, whether you’ve done product launches before or not. I had and I was very disappointed in myself over what I had left out. I needed this product 2 years ago!
So now onto the upsells. As always with a cheap front end product, it’s basically there to point buyers at the backend. It’s not different to what you’d do with a squeeze page except now you’re paying for the privilege! However, as a technique it works and it’s not unexpected, and as part of this Launch Ninja review, I’ll tell you what you can expect.
The big upsell is for a $0 to $10,000 video course of which the title tells you all you need to know about it. It’s big, intense and should do the job for you if you’re struggling to start.
The 2nd offer is for Mikael’s Online Wealth Academy monthly membership site. It gives you access to the OWA library of videos and tutorials as well as everything else that many of these IM membership sites provide. The basic site looks very good which speaks well for the contents of the paid site. I haven’t seen inside this one but I would bet it is very good given the quality of Launch Ninja.
Are there any downsides that I spotted for this Launch Ninja review?
Well about the worst thing I could say is about the varying volume between the two speakers. Kevin is relatively quiet compared to Mikael, but I’m guessing that it was down to the recording medium or the differences in equipment between whatever the 2 guys were using. It’s noticeable but not so annoying that a good compromise couldn’t be set on my speakers.
Apart from that, no. If you do product launches, but you’ve not been selling loads, go get this. If you want to get into launching your own products, go get Launch Ninja and review it for yourself. This is evergreen stuff so even if you don’t think you’ll need it now, if you’re into marketing, you will need it in future, so go get it while you can.
It’s not every day you’ll spot a good ninja!