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The Homepreneur Adventure Summit has begun
Earlier today, I listened to David Perdew on content marketing and product creation as he laid out a process and case study for how he bought content for $47 and created a $300k revenue stream from it.
I’ve been a member of his NAMS Insiders Club for over a year but to my shame, I’ve hardly done anything with it. After hearing him speak, you can be sure I’ll be diving into the training there now. So much value in just over an hour. If you missed it you can catch the replays.
And I just came off the second session with Kristie Chiles, Brittany Winnie & Rachel Winnie talking about how they make full time incomes at home. The ladies revealed secrets on Pinterest that made me want to go straight over there and shake up my account.
But no way am I missing the third session which is a round table with Ruthie Bowers, Jenn Brockman, April LeMarr, Lori Winslow and Ruthanne Koyama talking about repurposing content. I have so much filling up my hard drive.
So I hope to see you there. Sign up here if you haven’t already, get your free 40+ product SWAG bag, and start attending the sessions, or you’ll really miss out.
I’m just going to pick up Kristi and Becky’s product Pinning for the Future first, as it has even more info about what has changed in Pinterest land and how to avoid getting on the wrong side of it!!
Diabetic Planner from Michelle
34.2 million people, or 10.5% of the U.S. population, have diabetes. Do you think some of them might be looking for a planner. You betcha!
And here’s a fantastic one from Michelle with every page layout you need and PLR/Commercial Rights. Grab it during launch with coupon DIABETIC10 to get $10 off the normal price ($17 instead of $27).
Grayscale Secrets from Marian
The competition for line art coloring books is huge online. If you’re great at this type of art or you have a good source of original material you can do well, but if you’re looking for a niche with less competition but where you can still get a fantastic return on your time, take a look at Marian’s Make Mine Gray course.
I went through the whole course yesterday. As I’ve come to expect from Marian, the videos were short, clear, and easy to follow and implement.
What blew my mind more than anything with this course were the sums being made with grayscale coloring books. I hadn’t appreciated that coloring might mean painting over as well as using pencils – and grayscale is a great base for that.
Marian shows how much these books earn for their creators. And then she gives you step by step instructions for making them quickly in Powerpoint from free and public domain photographs and illustrations.
Make Mine Gray is definitely worth your time and the tiny $17 launch price if you’re interested (even mildly) in making income from coloring books. This could be just what you need to find your place in the market.
Here’s to a good few days ahead with the summit, stay safe, and I’ll catch you soon with more tips, freebies, and some offers (but only the ones I personally think are great value and know the quality to be good.)
P.S. Don’t forget to take a look at April’s latest bundle which also comes with a $27 coupon from me when you buy through my link (delivered automagically to your Warrior+ account).
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