Pull Off Your Next Product Launch Without a Hitch and Without the Stress!  

Your product launch is your chance to prove yourself - but any entrepreneur who's survived their first one knows there's a lot that can go wrong. Sometimes, missing a critical detail can derail your entire launch! Your payment gateway could go down, your emails might go out at the wrong time, your order form could fail to work or your product might even disappoint buyers - these are the product launch "what ifs" that keep entrepreneurs up at night. But your product launch doesn't have to be such a nail-biting experience! 

You can crush your product launch (and significantly reduce your stress levels throughout the entire process) if you go into it with a detailed plan. In The Ultimate Product Launch Guide, we give you peace of mind by showing you how to pull off a launch without a hitch from start to finish.  
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Inside this free guide, you'll get:  

       - The Three Most Critical Aspects of Pre-Launch Prep  
       - A Strategy for Building an In-Depth Launch Timeline That Will 
         Help You Nail Every Deadline  
       - Tips to Create a Detailed, Step-by-Step Plan that Will Keep 
         Your Entire Launch Organized 
       - A Thorough Product Launch Checklist to Follow So You Won't 
         Overlook a Single Detail 
       - 11 Powerful Lessons We've Learned From Our Own 
         Customers' Product Launches  
  Don't risk launching your next product without a detailed road map. Enter your name and email now, and we'll send you The Ultimate Product Launch Guide so you can get started today!
John Gallagher, 
Founder of LearningHerbs, 
Launch Expert
"I've done dozens of launches with many new products, and I think every single one that launched has had something go wrong technically for one reason or another: everything from a server crashing in the middle of my cart opening, to me emailing the wrong list, to the email not going out on time...I have always been able to pick back up midstream, no matter what happens, and use those technological disadvantages to my advantage... What people don't often understand is that a launch begins way before a cart opens."