More speakers, consultants, life coaches, writers, and small business owners are seeking creative ways to become authors and to reap bigger financial rewards than the average person will ever enjoy from online or brick and mortar bookstore sales.
Selling single copies of books, booklets, CDs, DVDs, and other information products to the end user is a slow and tedious way to make any real money, much less have a ton of fun doing it. Yet many go that exact route every day from their web site, speaking engagements, consulting practice, and trade show booths. They are thrilled with one less carton of hard copy product in their office or garage.
People are discovering the joy of selling hundreds of thousands of copies of those products to single buyers, in less time, without personally doing any product fulfillment. The concept is not new, yet these entrepreneurial industries are experiencing a shift in doing business.
“We’re seeing people generate their first information product from ideas as available to them as the oxygen they breathe,” says Paulette Ensign of Tipsbooklets dot com . “From an information product like a tips booklet, they magically leverage it into three or more hard copy and digital formats, often spending no out-of-pocket money on product development.”
For people wanting to transform their knowledge into information products to sell by the thousands, Paulette Ensign (who has personally sold over a million copies of her own tips booklet without spending a penny on advertising) is offering two one-day, highly-interactive workshops, March 9 and 12, 2007 in Sydney, Australia.