Digital products can help you 10X your income without working more. Here are 6 weekend-friendly digital product ideas that could kickstart your new income stream.

Digital products are a game-changer. 

They can help you:

✅ Diversify your income, 
✅ Scale your business, 
✅ Reach a larger audience
✅ And raise your coaching, consulting or services rates

… all while working less. 

Imagine waking up to see you've made sales while you were asleep? 
That's what I call a dream come true.

Unfortunately, too many people never dive in to actually creating, let alone selling their own digital product.

They're held back by the misconception that they need a colossal, $997, 10-module course or Spielberg-level production skills to get started. 

But that’s so not how it works.

The best way to get started with digital products is to create something small, effective and profitable that people actually want to buy.

All you need is to get the ball rolling, and momentum starts picking up from there.

So in this issue of the newsletter,

I'll introduce you to 6 simple yet powerful digital product ideas that you can create in a weekend.

They're perfect for business owners looking to dip their toes in the digital product world,

and will provide you with the proof you need that more income does not mean more work.

Let’s get into it.


🟣 Product idea #1: Digital templates

💲 Price point: $10-$90, per template, depending on complexity

Think of digital templates like a shortcut to achieving a goal, or performing a task.


They are pre-made, digital layouts or formats you can use for quick and easy creation of whatever you need.

This way, you never have to start anything from scratch, which saves you a bunch of time and headaches.

For example:

  • Notion Templates
  • Social Media Templates
  • Spreadsheet Templates

🟣 Product idea #2: Digital tools

💲 Price point: $5-$90 per tool, depending on its functionality

If digital templates are your shortcuts, digital tools are the tools you use to make them.

These are digital elements that can be used to create, edit, manage, or enhance digital content.

These are especially for you if you’re into art or design.

For example:

  • Fonts
  • Presets
  • Design Elements

🟣 Product idea #3: Planners

💲 Price point: $15-$90 per planner, depending on design and content

Digital planners are virtual versions of physical planners, designed to help you organize your schedules, tasks, and goals.

They work like a personal assistant, available 24/7 on your devices, helping you manage your time and stay on track with your priorities.

For example:

  • Fitness Planners
  • Financial Planners

🟣 Product idea #4: Ebook

💲 Price point: $10-$50 per ebook, depending on length and topic

Ebooks are different than regular books: 

They are way shorter, practical, and usually aimed to give your audience a practical strategy revolving around a specific topic.

It’s a great way to get new buyers into your world, and introduce them to your ideas and world view.

Since they’re short, most people can finish them in about 15-30 minutes, and be left wanting more from you.

Oh, and the best part?

You’ll also get that “expert” hallo once you have at least one eBook under your belt. 
Because who writes books? Expert do. 

For example:

If you’re into cooking: You can create a “Farm-to-Table: 25 Seasonal Vegetarian Recipes from Your Local Farmer's Market" ebook.


🟣 Product idea #5: A masterclass video course

💲 Price point: $50-$200 per masterclass, depending on topic and expert level

Selling a masterclass is super different, and way better than selling a regular course.

Think of a masterclass as a deep-dive into a specific, narrow topic, helping people achieve a very specific result they need.

My favorite part about selling masterclasses is how easy they are to sell:

All you need to do is plan a 60-120 minute slide presentation, film it in one go, and divide it into short, 3-10 minute clips.

Your audience will feel like they got massive value without being overwhelmed, and you get paid anywhere from $97-$197 for a single class.

Now, imagine you took 4 weekends and made four of these. 😉

For example:


DIY Nail Gel Polish Masterclass: If you're a beauty guru, consider a masterclass on 'Mastering DIY Gel Polish at Home'.

In 2 hours, you'd cover everything from nail preparation, application techniques, to aftercare, turning your audience into at-home manicure maestros.


🟣 Product idea #6: Email course

💲Price point: $30-$100 per course, depending on the length and topic

Email courses are like mini-masterclasses delivered straight to your inbox. 

They're digestible chunks of learning, spaced out over time for maximum impact.

For example:


Baby Sleep Coach Email Course: 

As a baby sleep coach, you could share your knowledge with a 'Creating Calm: Building a Baby Bedtime Routine' email course. 

In the course, you can teach new parents how to create a serene nighttime routine that can make bedtime easier for them and their little human.


🟣 TL;DR

Digital products are a fantastic way to grow you income without working more, and no — you don’t need a huge $997 course to do it.

Here are 6 weekend-friendly digital product ideas that could kickstart your new income stream:

  • Digital templates: Pre-made, digital layouts or formats you can use for quick and easy creation of whatever you need.
  • Digital tools: Digital elements that can be used to create, edit, manage, or enhance digital content.
  • Digital planners: Like your personal assistant, working 24/7 to keep you organized.
  • Ebook: Unlike an actual book, this is a short, practical text guide, aimed to give your audience a practical strategy revolving around a specific topic.
  • Masterclass: a 1-2 hour deep-dive class into a specific topic. Highly valuable, practical, and people love to buy it.
  • Email course: A mini-masterclass delivered straight to your audience’s inbox. They're digestible chunks of learning, spaced out over time for maximum impact.


That’s it for today. See you next Saturday!

 - xx, Nataliya.

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