Every business has the ability to leverage the option to sell digital products. If you’ve ever loved the saying make money in your sleep then digital products are the way to make that a reality. Tatiana will be sharing how one digital product has earned her over $10,000 and why you need to add digital products to your lineup. If you’ve been curious about digital products or feel there’s no way you could sell them this episode is for you!
What types of digital products are out there?
When we are talking about digital products it can include things like printables, digital planners, templates, courses, PDF downloads, eBooks, and more! Every audience has a type of digital download that works for them and it’s great for those that love instant gratification.
It’s passive, but not so passive in the beginning.
There is a lot of upfront work that takes place with digital products. That includes building up the audience to purchase the product by creating an online presence and being seen as an expert/authority in your field. This also includes the creation of the digital product. A lot goes into making it available, from its design to setting up the platforms for people to download and use it.
My first digital product was created in the middle of 2019. It was a resource guide of things that I used to run my stationery business and stay motivated called The Creative Toolbox. This one product was just a guide for people that I worked with as I felt it wouldn’t be of interest to others.
I released the toolbox in January 2020 and this single product has since made me over 10K! Since then, I’ve launched many other digital products including an eBook, courses, printable products, and more!
Digital products create so many options for you when it comes to building a life full of freedom, impact, and legacy.
So think, about what type of digital product you can create. Is there a time-saving or energy-saving, or even money-saving option you can create for your customers?
I challenge you in the year 2023 to add a digital product (or two) to your lineup and see what the possibilities are.