Whenever digital products get mentioned, most of us, almost instinctively, think of e-courses. And while e-courses are a fantastic way to educate your audience, they can be a hefty commitment of time and planning. Especially for those of you who are just starting to dip your toes in the sea of digital product creation, or for those of you who are juggling a million and one tasks (aren’t we all?), an e-course might seem like a project for another day.
No worries though! You don’t need weeks or months to create a digital product. Believe it or not, you can create one in a single weekend. Yes, you read that right! A weekend project, with the potential to bring value to your audience and maybe even some extra income for you. Here are seven ideas that you can get started on right away.
If you’re someone who loves to chat and explain things, a video series could be right up your alley. It allows you to dive deep into a topic while also demonstrating the steps your audience needs to take visually. You could either be the star of the show on camera or narrate over a series of informative slides, making sure each video is brimming with valuable content and easy-to-follow steps.
How about an audio series for your on-the-go audience members? Perfect for listening while commuting, working out, or even doing chores. You can either craft new scripts or repurpose existing blog posts you’ve written on a related topic. Your audience will thank you for the knowledge you’re sharing!
Who doesn’t love a good, detailed guide? These are great for teaching your audience about a specific topic in a comprehensive way. Imagine packing all the relevant content – worksheets, tutorials, and information – into one handy guide for your audience. It’s like a digital treasure trove of knowledge!
If you’re a newbie to digital product creation, start with printables. They’re often simple to design but offer so much value. Think checklists, meal plans, budget forms, cleaning routines, and to-do lists. These are the everyday helpers that your audience will appreciate.
Here’s an idea – why not create a product that can be delivered right to your audience’s inbox? An email course can break down a subject into digestible daily emails, helping your audience achieve a goal over a few days. It could be a mini-course or a series offering insights and actionable tasks on a chosen subject.
Templates are a versatile digital product. Think social media posts, spreadsheets, email templates, resume templates, and so much more. The key to a successful template is understanding what your audience needs, so make sure to create something that will truly be helpful to them.
Got a ton of content already? Why not record a masterclass? It’s like a one-stop-shop where you guide your audience through detailed training on a particular subject in a longer, in-depth recording. You can share your screen or use slides to instruct your audience and share your pearls of wisdom.
So there you have it, friends. Seven digital products you can create over a weekend. Doable, right?
Now, I’m curious. Have you ever whipped up a digital product in a weekend? Which of these ideas are you itching to start working on this weekend? I can’t wait to hear all about it!