Happy Saturday! It’s another absolutely beautiful day here. The sun is shining, and even though the official start of fall is just a week away, it feels like the air is full of possibilities and new opportunities.
I have so much to tell you about today, but first…. I promised you some tips on how you could use Alice’s Self-Improvement Newsletters in your journal creation.
The package comes with 4 newsletters done for you, as well as the articles and graphics separately. So the first thing you can do is set up the opt-in page, and offer people who sign up to your list a weekly or monthly newsletter. That’s how I got started online, by publishing a weekly newsletter and selling advertising and promoting affiliate products. It’s a great vehicle to sell the coloring books, journals, and planners you’re creating.
Since everything’s available separately as well, you can also use them as social media content and blog content to promote your journals.
The third thing you can do, and this is where creating something unique comes in, is take each article and turn it into journal prompts, affirmations, and tips that you can include in a guided journal. Or, as a little piece of inspiration on a planner layout or journal template page.
Another thing you can do is take those snippets that you created, pair them up with a coloring design like a mandala (and Rayven’s got a whole new package out today, but more on that in a minute) and create a unique coloring page to sell or give away.
I hope that gives you some food for thought and gets the idea machine fired up. You can check out Alice’s Self-Improvement Newsletters here and pick them up for under 10 bucks until Tuesday.
Now, about those mandalas I mentioned. Rayven has released a new package of mandalas with PLR rights. The package includes 100 mandala images in both JPG and PDF formats.
Check them out here: http://ruthieisms.com/marvelousmandalas
(Note: If you bought the PLRaPaLooza package in the summer, these were Rayven’s contribution to the bundle.)
Finally today, Di has released a new training on how to make your journal creation faster. It’s called Journal Accelerator and in it she shows you how to use your favorite word processor, together with a spreadsheet software, to help you create your book manuscripts with just a few keystrokes.
The upsell is the Cover Replicator and in it she shares her process for using Photoshop and a spreadsheet file to create a lot of customized book covers really quickly.
My goal is to get at least 100 new books done this weekend, and I’ll be testing out her methods to get this done. I’ll share my thoughts on the process in tomorrow’s roundup.
That’s it for me this morning! I’m off to dig into Di’s course and get started on my journal creation for the day.
Enjoy your weekend! Do something that makes your heart happy!