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In today’s digital world, you can sell almost everything online. E-books, online courses, productivity apps, and even “digital-only” banks have shown the diversity of products and services that can be offered as digital merchandise.
This is great news for creators. Whether you’re a programmer, artist, educator, accountant, professional cleaner – the digital space is no longer just some place to advertise. It has become a platform to directly sell your expertise.
Everyone with a computer and internet access can create digital products today. The entry barrier is very low. And that’s exactly what makes it so hard to be successful. Simply creating a digital product/service doesn’t mean people will pay for it.
Whatever digital product/service you plan to create, this guide shows you how to increase the odds that people buy it. I’ve learned these lessons from creating and selling more than a dozen digital products.
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5 min read There’s a lot of “science-backed” advice in books, articles, newspapers, and other places we get our advice from. Honestly, I also regularly refer to scientific studies. My goal for writing articles is to combine my personal experience with evidence. Sometimes I share mostly my experience; sometimes I share stories […]
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