So - You're Not Sure Yet? Then READ ON!
Each week, I get email with good, solid
questions from people like you about "Software Secrets—Exposed!". Often,
there is one little nagging question in their mind that stops
them buying the system today — the system that could
potentially change their life!
Here are some of the questions I've received and the
responses I returned:
Can a person really create software without
writing any code?
If it were possible, I'd be first in line to buy
the magic bullet. It simply isn't possible. Someone will be
writing the code for your software — it could be yourself, if
you are programming-savvy or a freelance programmer. Doesn't
matter. More importantly, "Software Secrets—Exposed!" has a
First, if you are a non-programmer, the course
will inspire you with confidence. Confidence that virtually
anyone can generate an idea for software — and by using the
techniques I describe — create a living, breathing profitable
piece of software.
You'll never be bullied by programmers who will
try to impress you with their "so-called" knowledge — and then
try to screw you out of hard earned money. You will learn how
to use the step-by-step system to develop a "BluePrint" that
describes, in perfect detail, how your software will
You find out how to leverage contracts to your
advantage. And of course, you get some really great ideas for
software — and how to effectively market your software when
Secondly, if you are a programmer, the course's
goal is to show you a process that has effectively worked for
me in taking projects from mere ideas to hot-selling software.
I've seen too many programmers can't effectively put their
ideas down on paper — this alone has thwarted many projects
from seeing "daylight".
You'll find tips that I've used to keep projects
on track myself and in my professional life. And again, you
the guide contains plenty of ways to generate software ideas
along with proven marketing techniques you can employ — it's
the complete toolbox!
Does your course teach a person how to program
Learning to effectively write software takes
years. There is no shortcut to gaining this skill beyond
creating thousands and thousands of lines of code. (Just
like any hobby you might take up.) I've been writing code
for 15 years, and I'll still learning.
So the answer is resounding 'no' — the guide
wasn't designed to teach programming step-by-step. There are
too many programming languages around to even attempt it.
Moreover, you can find boatloads of these types of books at
your local bookstore — and then you wouldn't have any need for
(If you have a specific programming language
in mind that you are considering using, drop me a line — I can
suggest excellent references you can pick up at Barnes &
Noble. My $10,000 bookshelf is proof that I take my "hobby"
This course excels at showing a person how to
generate rock-solid software ideas and then translate these to
paper — a skill all great programmers have. (Until I
learned this technique, many of my projects floundered.)
Step-by-step, you'll learn to create your software, on paper
and in your mind, before a line of code is written. (For
my own projects, I spend weeks creating the "BluePrint" — long
before code is ever written.)
However, I do include tips in the course which
budding programmers can use to become more effective in coding
their own software. These are techniques I've learned and
refined over the years that have made me a more productive
You've obviously created software and sold it
before, can I take a look at one of the websites?
I have. These days, however, you aren't going to
find me in the limelight — I spend most of my time helping
others find success in making their own software dreams a
reality. With my little one-person consultancy, BlueFoxLabs —
my clients and I work together to refine their software
vision, finding a competent programming team for the project —
and we work together in building a strong marketing game plan.
(Serving as a CTO seriously crimped my
desire to create a large company with huge overhead — part of
why I'm proud of the guerilla strategies I've included in
As a one-person show, it's becoming more and
more obvious that I can't work with everyone I would like too
— not enough hours in the day. "Software Secrets—Exposed!" fills the
gap I can't personally fill. You'll find the same system I
use, step-by-step, day-after-day tucked away in "Software Secrets—Exposed!". You'll
be saving and making money — and you won't have to hire me!
(Uh oh, better not tell my clients about this!)
Did you really visit Microsoft? Did you really
get to go in a secret lab? Did you meet Bill?
I did visit Microsoft! And I really was as
excited as I sounded in the previous page! For a long-time
programmer, it was like visiting Mecca!
And yes, I did get to go in the secret
development lab. Still can't tell you what I saw in there.
(You thought I'd tell, huh?!) And no, I didn't get to
meet Bill Gates — I don't remember where the Researcher said
he was that day — but if I do next time, I promise to get his
autograph and post it here!
(Here is a tip if you do want to visit
Microsoft — check out their neat little museum. The kids will
love it — it has all kinds of little interactive gadgets and
computers you can play with.)
Look, I really really don't know much
about computers, can I still use your course?
To make effective use of "Software Secrets—Exposed!", you need
to be comfortable using your computer. Many of the decisions
you make when you're putting your own software together are
going to be based purely on your own experience using software
day-in and day-out.
If you really are a "newbie" to this whole
computer thing, please pass on getting my course —
you'll end up disappointed. Give yourself another six-months,
and email me again. We'll talk about it!
I'm a hard-core computer programmer, been doing
it for a zillion years — how is "Software Secrets—Exposed!" going to
"Software Secrets—Exposed!" is a
complete guide to generating ideas, turning the ideas into
software and making money selling the software. What is isn't
— is a guide to writing software — there are brilliant guides
available that fill that space.
However, this is the first guide (that I
know of) which covers the process, from start to finish,
in a way that can help the inexperienced and experienced
programmer — turn their skill into a profitable part-time
(and eventually, a full-time) business. Writing the
software is only half the battle — you have to generate solid
profitable ideas and then you have to convince people to buy
the finished software.
That is where this guide shines for all classes
BenJamin, I'm on the verge of buying your
course, but something is holding me back and I'm just not sure
what is it. Can you help?
On the outset of any project, the stakes seem
huge. Especially when we talk about software. If you've never
been involved in a software project, it almost seems like an
unsurmountable project. However —
Think about a recent project or hobby that you
might have taken up. Just thinking about it can make it
overwhelming — but ironically, after you get started, you sit
there wondering why you didn't try it or do it sooner!
Same thing with the Software Product Development
business. After you've had a taste of the what is possible,
you'll wonder why you didn't jump on board years ago.
I can't promise that you're going to make a
million dollars if you buy "Software Secrets—Exposed!". Boy, I
hope you can — but the reality is — success takes time, luck,
tenacity and most importantly — passion. (Fortunately, we
cover these early in the guide.)
For the price of the course, you can't lose. If
you do buy it and start making use of it today — tomorrow you
could easily have a part-time business selling your own
software. Even if you shelf it for a year while you think
about jumping into the business, you'll know you own the
perfect guide — the moment you're ready.
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