Venturi Fetish Electric Sports Car – A Review on the World’s First Production Electric Sportster

Venturi Fetish is the world’s first eco-friendly sports car that went on to production. When the company introduced the first concept in Geneva Motor Show, many people were not quite serious about the car and never assumed that it will see production soon. However, the car appeared in Detroit Motor Show in 2003, which was just one year after the Geneva Motor Show and the following year, the car went on to sales in the Japanese Market, opening a new era in automobile history.

The car was launched in United States in 2005 and was available in most European countries in the following years. Needless to say, the car was widely popular and the media coverage was excellent. The vehicle was capable of a maximum speed of over 100 miles but managed to sell well because of the excellent initial torque produced by its 180kW motor. The 0-60 miles acceleration took less than five years, which is the standard timing for even the most expensive sports cars. The top speed beyond 100 miles was not a matter of concerns for many car owners as such speeds have no practical applications in most city and highway roads where a maximum speed limit is implemented.

Since the car ensured more than 200 miles coverage in a single charging, it was a practical choice for many city users. To add even better functionality, the company used a quick charging technology which allowed a user to charge the car for 1 and a half hours and cover a distance of 100 miles. There is no doubt that this was one of the most expensive electric cars that the market has seen till date.

The price was mostly because of the large lithium-ion package fixed in the car that comes at a very expensive package. The car had excellent handling and braking ability, which increased its popularity all over the world. Automobile magazines and car enthusiasts from all over the world were excited about this new car that used to cost them a very low price to cover 100 miles. Not only that the car had a low running expensive, the charging was quite easy and convenient, which made it a very practical automobile. There were many takers for this and the sales volume increased with positive reviews for them.

The high quality suspension ensured excellent handling for this vehicle. Now, Venturi Fetish enjoys a worldwide customer base and a reasonably good annual sales volume. However, the competition in this sector seem to be quite high these days and the coming days for Fetish can be challenging as there are already some sports car models that can outdo Fetish in terms of performance. There are many manufacturers who are preparing their own weapons for the war and a large array of launches can be seen in this segment by 2012. However, the contributions that Venturi Fetish has done to electric car industry are enormous.

Building A Targeted Email List To Use For A Successful Product Launch

There are many different aspects to internet marketing and different ways that you can create sales and generate revenue, and one of the most popular is building and email list. Many people who do not understand what opt-in email marketing is all about think that in order to make money by offering a product to an email list that you must be a spammer, when the truth is that you can actually create a lot of value for your subscribers.

There are laws that prevent people and companies from sending out unsolicited emails (which is called spamming), but if you can get people to willingly opt-in and give you their email address to be a subscriber then this is perfectly fine. After all, if something is relevant to your interests and you would like to know more about it then you will probably be excited to receive emails related to this topic.

When you are developing an online product to launch into your target market, this is usually a process that can take several months in order to finish everything. But during this time you will likely have created a large amount of original content either for your product directly or related to it, and this is the sort of stuff that you can use in order to build a preliminary email list that can help to make your product launch a success.

The trick to getting as many people as possible to sign up for your email list is to present them with something valuable that you are willing to give away for free, and the best option is to create a free offer that is so valuable that it becomes hard to say no to for people who are knowledgeable about your industry. This sort of an email list is going to be targeted and niche oriented, and if you have used some of the content for your product as a way to get people to sign up then you now have a list of people who you know are going to be interested in what you are offering.

This is a great position for you to be in because you have a great place to start when it comes time to finally launch and promote your product. But the key to making this strategy work as well for you as possible is to have your final product very closely related to the free offer that you presented in order to get them to opt-in to your list. Following this strategy with an email list can greatly improve the success of your product launch.

Product Creation and Development: Never Fail to Discover What The Market Really Wants

There is a very simple rule-of-thumb for coming up with any new product you want to take to market and it can be summarized as follows: “Find out what your target customers want and then give it to them.”In fact this rule is so simple and perhaps so self-evident that it is often forgotten, overlooked or just ignored.The rule reminds us that people are more inclined to buy what they want to buy rather than what they actually need or perhaps ought to buy.If you are an internet marketer and you are looking to create your own products then you ignore this rule at your peril because it is no use finding out after you have created the shiny new product that nobody wants to buy it.One mistake that many would-be marketers make is to think that simply because they are interested in a particular product then that product would have widespread and general appeal. While this certainly may be true it is just as likely that the opposite could be the case and you won’t know unless you do some research in advance. Yes it will take time to ask questions in forums, post online surveys and research whether there are any similar products already selling well, but this is vital if you are to learn whether your product is something people will want to buy.I was contributing to an internet discussion forum recently and one forum member clearly did not get this concept at all. The person in question was hoping to launch his first product as an internet marketer and wanted the advice of others about his idea. So far so good you might think. It appears that he had a life-long interest in Ancient Egypt and thought that a membership site on this subject would be a great idea and revenue earner. The would-be marketer would spend his time writing about a subject he loved and a band of happy subscribers would pay each month to read his words of wisdom. Again so far so good.As the Ancient Egypt discussion thread developed it was clear that some members thought it might be a good idea, others thought it was a bad idea and yet more had no idea whether it would sell or not. Time and time again the same question was posed to the original poster: “What does your research tell you?”It transpired that the poster’s research had told him nothing because he hadn’t taken the time to do any and nor did he think that he should invest any time and effort into doing do because he knew it would be popular. In the end the poster got quite offended at the notion that he should go off and research his market before creating his membership site.Reading that forum thread reminded me of the need for all of us to test the market in advance of bringing out any new product so that we really are giving our customers what they want to buy from us. All too often we are tempted to think that because ‘product x’ is something we would go out and buy without a moment’s hesitation that thousands of others would do the same. Such arrogance could lead to a very costly mistake if the would-be marketer, inspired by nothing more than his own gut feeling on the market’s needs, put time, energy and expense into providing a product that very few people may actually want to buy.I have no idea if the Ancient Egypt membership site would have made a profit for the man who wanted to set it up but the key point is that neither did he. This is a timely remember that no matter how well we think we know our target niche that we must still always find out what our customers want and then give them precisely that.