Great questions that have come up recently; what are yours?

Hey Reader,

I love having conversations because new questions (and content ideas) always come up. Here are a few recent ones:

  • If I have a lead magnet, do I have a digital product?
  • Why should I spend time on a $50 product when my services are thousands of dollars?
  • If I start selling digital products, do I have to stop offering my services?

Next week I'll be recording episodes based on these questions, but I wanted to ask you โ€“ what questions do YOU have about digital products?

Anything about planning, creation, carving out time, selling, launching, marketing or something else. Just reply to this email and let me know or leave me a voice message.

Also, if you're curious about Gumroad, check out my upcoming YouTube and LinkedIn live at the end of the month. I'm looking to do more lives this year โ€“ what would you like to learn about?



P.S. When you're ready, here's how I can support you ๐Ÿ‘‰

  • โ€‹30-minute strategy session to get clarity on the first (or any) steps to your digital product
  • โ€‹1:1 support to create, launch and market your first (or next) digital product


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