If you’re going to be attending conferences/workshops/classes, I recommend developing a short list of learning objectives and goals. Often, there’s so much information to digest that it can be overwhelming. By knowing what you’d like to get out of an educational experience before you start, you can focus your attention on the details that you need to know at the moment. There may be a wealth of other information offered, but it’s probably better to revisit those points later when you’re ready to act on it.
To prepare myself and get into the learning spirit, these are my personal learning objectives:
- Determine which types of digital products to make.
- What is the intersection between what my audience wants and what I am qualified to produce?
- Select the most effective software for creative a product.
- Word or InDesign?
- Photoshop or Illustrator?
- Plan out a launch strategy for a digital product, both before and after the product is available.
- How do you continue to promote without sounding spammy?
- Are affiliates the best method?
- Determine a profitable pricing strategy.
- Single Offer vs Multiple Packages?
- Select the most effective sales platform.
- There are so many to choose from, with such a variety of fee structures; it can be tough to make a decision!
I’m hoping that April’s course will help to clarify these issues for me. Can’t wait to find out what she has to teach us!
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