ProductDyno #3 – Q&A Session

If you’ve been following along with the blog posts from the last couple of days you’ll know that we’ve been talking about ProductDyno.  I wanted to revisit ProductDyno for you, in order to dispel a few misconceptions that are out there about the tool. I use it every single day my business, and I wouldn’t want to use anything else now, it really is that good. And it has saved me a lot of time, a lot of money and a lot of stress.

I have had a few people just get back to me on, emails, and asking me one or two questions so I thought I’d do a Q&A session today.

Well, the first question is emailed me by more than one person was “How easy is ProductDyno to set up”?

Now, if you compare it using WordPress, for example, what I used to have to do in WordPress was, first of all, install a new WordPress site. That’s a pain because you install it and then you’ve got to put on your suite of plugins on it. So, takes a while to actually get those all up and running, and you need some security on there.

Then you, then you need to put a page builder on there. So something like InstaBuilder 2 to to make the landing pages and the thank you pages. And, and then finally you have to choose which plugin you’re going to use to make the membership site work

All of that takes a long time and also you have to make compromises, and you have to do workarounds . I had to really think about which plugin I was going to use, according to how I wanted the product delivered, and which payment platforms, I was going to use.

So, compare that with ProductDyno. You can get a product set up in just a few clicks and in the video, you can see me do that quickly & easily.

Another question that I got asked was “Can you put a free product on ProductDyno?”

Yes, you can free product means that instead of linking to a payment processor, you would send people to a registration form, so they would fill in the form themselves and they would then have access to that product so it’s like a freemium version of a membership site. And of course you can have ProductDyno linked with your Aweber, Getresponse or ConvertKit, or whatever autoresponder you use to put those people onto your list.

There’s also something called public access. And that is, if you want something up there, and you want to use the ProductDyno system for delivery. So, basically, using the different page options that they have. Then you can do that and they can send it to public access so anybody can come and look at it, they don’t have to register they don’t have to login. It’s just open on the net.

Another quesion was “What are collections?” I mentioned collections briefly in a previous post.

You can create a collection of products and use that as the delivery portal. So, if you have a front end product and upgrades, your customers will get a single login and get access only to the products in the collection that they have purchased. If they just get the front end product, that is all they have access to.and if they buy the upsell, it automatically adds them access in that collection.

So, with the same login details in the same area, they will get access to whichever products they have purchased. The other cool thing is that you can choose to display the products that they haven’t purchased, So, if somebody who just buys the front end product, goes into the members area they have the opportunity to go and upgrade again. You can see an example of this in the video.

Next question: “Does the payment system ever fail?”

Basically I think what they’re asking is how robust is this system? If people buy something on different platforms, does it always work? My experience is absolutely yes I haven’t seen it fall over I haven’t seen anybody not being made a member when they’ve purchased.

Somebody else asked “What are the glitches?”

One of the few things that can wrong , and it’s not really ProductDyno’s fault, it’s to do with email sending. And as you saw in the video, I tend to use Sendgrid or Postmark to send my emails and the reason I do that is, they’ve got very very good delivery reputation for transactional emails. However, and this seems to disproportionately applicable to people using Hotmail, and AOL, for some reason,occasionally, people will not get the email is blocked at some level, either at a server level or landing in a spam box.

So, if I ever get support tickets is usually because they haven’t received the email, and I would say in about 80% of the people that haven’t received the email when I say, go check your spam folder, they find it there. And the other 20% some reason Hotmail or whatever has blocked that email from going through. It may be that they’ve had a problem with people complaining about the emails coming from Sendgrid before now, and who knows that could be the reason. This is a lesson here guys, If you’re going to be in business, use a business email.

Don’t be using Gmail and Hotmail and Yahoo. Use That works so much better. It really does. And it’s more professional too.

Hopefully you’ve seen a little bit more about how easy ProductDyno is to use. It works absolutely flawlessly in my opinion, with all the payment platforms I use ( I’ve used it with JVzoo, WarriorPlus, Thrivecart, and I’ve used it with Clickbank). And it works, absolutely perfectly with all of those.

If people cancel a recurring payment, then they get denied access. If people refund, they get denied access. So it does all that for me I don’t have to go in and seek people out and remove them. That all happens automatically and they do actually get revoked access which is great because that’s one of the things that is very hit and miss with most WordPress plugins out there. So, it’s a, it’s a very robust system.

And the amazing thing is with the current deal that’s on at the moment I don’t know how long this will last so if you’re looking at this blog post in a year’s time, I don’t know whether the deal will still be around.

But at the moment, you can get unlimited products, unlimited members, unlimited collections, basically everything unlimited in your ProductDyno account for half price. This means that you’re getting all of this power and you’re talking less than 10 bucks a month.

Less than $10, a month. That is a absolute bargain.

But once you bought your your yearly license, if you want to, there is an option to upgrade to a lifetime license. You need to know that you’re going to be using ProductDyno for at least three or four years in order to make it a good deal. If not, then, you know, $8 or so a month, ain’t a lot to get all this power.

So, whichever way you choose, and all depends on your budget all depends on how far forward you’re looking. If you want the lifetime deal, then it is there as a choice, when you purchase a year license.

The year license, as I’ve mentioned, you can get for half price by putting the coupon code in the checkout page. If you click onto the checkout page. the coupon code at the moment is EXPERT. If you add that into the coupon field on the checkout page, you’ll see the price, half.

You also get all of the really juicy bonuses that they’ve added in. for ProductDyno on this deal so take advantage of it while it’s here, because when you, when you start using this, it will be the best $8 you spend every month.

We’re talking about $2 a week to protect everything to deliver everything in a professional robust way. So it takes away all the headaches, all the guesswork all the fiddling about WordPress. It makes it easy and it is robust and it simply works.

I hope that this mini little series about ProductDyno has been useful to you and, again, if you’ve got any questions can add them in the comments below or you can email me, by sending a reply to the email that I sent you about this blog post.

Okay. So with that, grab hold of it, enjoy it. Have fun with it, and remove all the stress from your life with it.


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