Here’s how a lot of online workshops run:
Hey, everyone, here’s five percent of what you need to know. For the rest, that’ll be $4997.
I’m personally fine with that. But I get that it can be frustrating.
Not last night. We got step-by-step training, including the exact free tools to use, and where to find ideas, to create products to list for sale on eCommerce sites.
And yes, although that sounds technical and kind of awesome, you also learned it’s not brain surgery.
Now it’s true: Rachel is not a registered charity, and she does have an offer for you at the end. I think folks on this list are OK with that.
But before getting there, she walked us through a whole lot of immediately actionable stuff. I’m new to eCommerce, so I definitely learned a lot.
Judging from the comments, you guys loved it, and I’m glad. What she’s describing is newbie-friendly, and something you can spend as much or as little time on as you like.
Lots of people already do this: with zero artistic ability, they use online platforms to create print-on-demand products. No outlay of cash, no inventory to hold, and definitely not difficult to learn.
Newbie-friendly, in other words.
There’s a countdown clock above the replay, so be sure you find the time to watch:
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