I'm a doctor who has extensively researched into creating a hangover pill that actually works. I've spent the last 2 years on this and have finally both created a product and set up a shopify store.
Because of my lack of marketing, copywriting etc skills, I've failed to generate more than 30 visits a day. Overall sales are steady but slow. I suspect I've made many poor choices on my website so I'd appreciate some of your feedback.
If anyone is interested, I'd also be very keen to partner up with someone with a marketing background to take the product forward with me. I've only just recently set up an affiliate program to help generate some more sales.
Thank you all for your time!
You should also start an ambassador program for your hangover pill. I know as a college student I personally would love to sell this to my friends, and I'm sure other college students would love to do the same. As oppossed to just an affiliate program. Just an Idea!
If your a Medical Dr and this is your product, id suggest putting your name on it. Id also suggest putting dont drink and drive warnings on it more prominantly . ( lawsuit city). You might want to add that its not an invitation to increase your Drinking amount. Just an item to provide a clearer head the next day.
If you have actually made something that works. And I mean ACTUALLY works. You'll be one of the richest people on the planet pretty soon and must be smarter than the millions that pharma companies have spent on this. That should be fun.
I'd just make sure your patent is watertight and start worrying about what colour leather you want around the mirror on the bedroom ceiling of the superyacht. Maybe purple. Rich people like to feel regal.
A study that came out a few months agon showed that the only cure for hangovers is to not drink.
If you have this pill, and you are a doctor, you must have clinical evidence that it works? That would go over well. Do you have FDA approval for this pill. You're making a specific claim of effectiveness - I think that requires approval (but I'm sure you've checked, being a doctor and all that).
Nothing like marketing something like this with factual evidence (independant clinical study, I guess).