How to use SendOwl to Sell Your Product
Today I'm sharing another time saving resource for entrepreneurs, and you just have to see it to believe how fast and easy it is!
I know the idea of creating and selling your own digital product can seem overwhelming, scary, and impossible, but I'm going to show how easy it is to get an ebook or printable set up for sale in less than 10 minutes! Don't worry about the tech.
If you are new to this, I recommend starting with an ebook or printable pack. I walk you through printable creation from start to finish in under an hour in this course if you want to know more about that.
Then in today's tutorial, I'll show you how to get your file up for sale using my favorite called Sendowl.
But here's the thing: creating a product and putting it up for sale is the easy part! Then you actually have to find people to buy it, right?
I can tell you from experience that successfully launching your product to a group of people who actually buy it requires quite a bit of effort, but it's oh-so-worth-it!!
Fortunately, my wonderful mentor, Ruth has put together an amazing guide all about how to launch your product in a way that actually results in sales!!! I can't recommend it highly enough. She's sold her digital product, physical products, affiliate products, and is a best selling author, so she definitely knows what she's talking about.
Plus she basically gives you her brain (in an easy to follow step by step format) in her guide. My favorite part of the guide is that she shares 4 complete email launch sequences that she's used personally so you can see it in action.
Let me show you how easy it is to sell a product from your own website using Sendowl. Click play below to watch the video:
I hope this helps you get your product out into the world! I'd love to hear about how it works for you.
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Thanks for sharing about SendOwl, Laura! It seems super easy to use. Do you feel like it’s a better option than having a small “shop” on your site using WooCommerce?
LauraJane SaysPost author
I think it’s easier, doesn’t require a plugin, plus I’ve found my items sell better with a longer sales page.