…it’s what you do….and your own digital product on top of that.
Now, before you allow that mental door to come screaming down, stay with me for a minute.
How much money are you making selling one of your books?
A dollar, two maybe?
Or maybe you’ve really got your head screwed on and you’re making more….that’s great.
But what if you could make more per purchase?
What if someone gave you ten bucks, twenty, heck – maybe even a hundred for what you made?
Can you see that you wouldn’t need to sell as much to make more?
‘But…….that’s not me,’ You’re thinking. ‘I’m just a….’
OK fair enough.
You make coloring books, where does a digital product fit into your business model?
Answer – A PDF detailing coloring techniques, OR how to blend coloring pencils together to create better-finished images, OR how to turn a coloring book image into a piece of wall art.
You make planners and notebooks, where does a digital product fit into your business model?
Answer – A PDF on goal setting, OR something on procrastinating, OR time management, OR tips and tricks on how to get more done each day.
You write fiction, where does a digital product fit into your business model?
Answer – A PDF on how to become a fiction writer – because deep down, most fiction readers have a book of their own they’d like to write.
Any of the above could be given away, sold for ten bucks, or turned into a more in-depth training course.
What I want you to do is think BIGGER.
Nobody ever said you had to make only a dollar profit at the till.
You believe that, and that’s why you’re only making a dollar profit at the till.
Ten books OR One PDF sold.
Twenty books OR One PDF sold.
100 books OR One video training course sold.
Which sounds a lot more profitable?
You don’t even have to go in a completely different direction to what you’re doing right now.
You could be a coloring bookmaker and sell a digital product.
You could be a planner creator and sell a digital product.
You could be a fiction writer and sell a digital product.
And once it’s done, you can sell it over and over again leveraging the time and effort it took to make it.
The moral of the story….’Think BIGGER.’
Because thinking small isn’t very profitable.