I am constantly looking for ways to expand my market. Either by finding new avenues to sell my designs and journals, or by re-purposing whatever I create into new and unique items.
Creative Market recently approved my application to sell on their platform and I am thrilled. My commercial use designs are a perfect fit for their customers. I opened my store on the 23rd of May and have already made three sales. This is good!
I created a new product today for Creative Market by repurposing some designs I did for the Coloring Art Designs Membership into these silver metalic hearts. Now I can take those designs and convert them into other products to sell online.
During the week I discovered a new product idea. I mentioned in Facebook that I had written an action in Photoshop to automate a task I have to do every month for the Book a Day System. A friend of mine commented on that post and suggested I modify it for web designers and developers that work with the Divi Theme from Elegant Themes. So I did and a new product was born.
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Lesson learned. Listen to your potential customers. They will tell you want they want.
I launched an advanced Photoshop Training course this week. You can read more about it here: Photoshop Book Cover Mastery
And finally you know I cannot create something withoug giving you a freebie. This is a transparent png file that you can use to create anything you like with full commercial use. Just click on the image below to download. Enjoy.
Have a great day.
Have you checked out our other resources and training?
I decided to take Di Heuser’s coaching offer as I had been away from the publishing scene for a number of years and wanted to get back into it. Di was extremely knowlegable and helpful on the entire topic. She helped point me in the right direction, making a few changes to my business model and we worked out the best way I could target both business to business and business to customers.
Having just completed our sessions I now have a vision of where I want to go with my publishing and how to get there. I went from having only 3 books on Amazon to now just over 36 with a lot more in the pipeline.
I highly recommend taking Di up on her coaching offer if you are feeling confused, overwhelmed or just not sure of what path to take on your publishing journey.Sue Fleckenstein