Why I want to learn how to create and sell digital products

Why I want to learn how to create and sell digital products

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Digital products are convenient and versatile. For example I don’t need to make several identical pieces of watercolor background just to cater to a number of clients but I can work on just one piece and it can benefit even more people. It can also be used over and over again. Since we are talking about digital the audience reach is worldwide. In the past I have bought some digital products like eBook tutorials and I also have accumulated a lot of free digital stuffs too. They have been invaluable to my learning.

Creating digital products has always been part of my long term goals. While I grow in my journey as a watercolor painter, I hope to be able to share what I do with those who wish to learn how to paint in watercolor. I want to learn how to create and sell digital products that can not only help others master how to paint but also to provide inspired solutions for the everyday creative needs of people. I am thinking of eBook tutorial, watercolor videos, painted elements for Photoshop brushes and patterns and so many more. The possibilities are only limited to one’s imagination.

With that said I am excited to participate in April Bowles-Olin course on Creative Live called Create Digital Products That Sell While You Sleep. I think I have came across April on one of her insightful write ups about creative business. This time I am joining on her blog tour  to not only help promote this course but also to tell you that this class is essential to every artist who wants to learn the ropes of making digital products that sell.

Are you ready to make your creative work more lucrative, stable, and sustainable in the long-term? Join April Bowles-Olin for an introduction to digital products and how they can enhance your creative business. This course will show you how to produce and position viable products for generating multiple revenue streams and passive income. RSVP right here to watch it live and get access to the workbook for FREE. This post is part of the Create Digital Products blog tour.

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10 Responses

  1. April

    Yay! I’m so excited that you’ll be tuning in. It’s so true that the limits are only with what you can think up. There are so many digital goods that can be and are sold. Thank you for participating in this blog tour.

  2. Lucy

    Those ideas for digital products sound fantastic! I’d love to be able to learn from you. All the ideas people have who are taking this class are so inspiring – we could all be creating a major curriculum of life-time learning!

  3. Li

    Good luck Elisa! There’s a lot of possibilities for you, like maybe prints of your paintings, turning your designs into a calendar or paper products. You are really talented!

  4. Elisa Choi

    Thank you so much Li! I agree with your ideas and these have been in my mind too. Need to begin.

  5. Elisa Choi

    Thank you Lucy! You are so right! We have a lot to learn from each other. Keep inspiring!

  6. Elisa Choi

    Thank you April for this opportunity to have a blog tour with you. We are excited to hear from you soon. :)

  7. richelle

    Very nice and thoughtful post! Great goals. I hope you will be joining along in the chat room for April’s course!

  8. Elisa Choi

    Thanks a lot Richelle! I doubt I will be able to join because of the timezone. I might have to watch the replay instead.

  9. Renay Howey

    I think people underestimate the idea that your digital products can ship world-wide. I had a couple physical products that I shipped out to other countries and I had to end up stopping that because the true cost of shipping was nearly as much as the product cost. Digital products can go anywhere for nothing, and that’s so much better for our customers’ happiness.

  10. Elisa Choi

    This is so true Renay. I think that’s one of the other reasons why selling physical products like prints or paintings for me is quite difficult because of the shipping fee especially for international customers. Meanwhile digital products are hassle free and technology is such an ease with a click of the mouse. Thanks for dropping by. :)

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