Digital Information Products include eBooks, courses, workshops, challenges and how to guides. (and lots more)
We have members creating digital information products that teach their audiences how to knit or how to make freezer meals or how to make Cricut crafts!
People will pay for your knowledge on topics like these (and lots more!).
But how do you get started? What do you do? How do you even choose what to create?
This Toolkit will answer those questions so you can get started and create your digital information product this weekend.
It feels overwhelming because it seems like there are so many steps involved! And that overwhelm will stop you dead in your tracks.
It’s why @aclaracris has had this thought of creating an offer in her mind but hasn’t followed through.
She just doesn’t know where to start.
I want to fix that. Because I believe you are capable of creating your own online business with digital information products AND I believe you have something to share with the world that is going to improve other people’s lives.
If only you had that extra push.
Ebook? Workshop? Course?
What’s the best option for the offer YOU want to create? The Toolkit will review each and help you decide.
This step right here is where you get the most stuck, isn’t it?
Let’s make it easy so that you can move forward without that foggy feeling in your head.
Let’s get an outline going.
I’ll show you the process (including an ugly example) of how I go from messy outline to pretty finished product.
All of the women you see in these testimonials, Sarah, Rachel, Melissa & Danielle have created digital information products and built online businesses.
Melissa was even on Good Morning America!
But here’s a secret about each of them. They all felt that same feeling of overwhelm before they started. They actually STILL feel it now, but they have pushed through it and gotten started.
And while it’s not “normal” to make $12k in the first 6 weeks like Danielle did, she did do that. After spending a year trying to figure out what to do, where to start. Once she started though, it moved quickly.