This is a great time of year to get into publishing low content resources like wedding planners. With Valentine’s Day having just passed us, many lucky guys and gals are now proudly wearing an engagement ring.
With all the details to keep track of when it comes to weddings, many of these people will be looking for a one-stop solution that lets them keep track of their upcoming ceremony and honeymoon.
You can step in and help them by publishing wedding planners. These are so popular on Etsy. Just look at a few of the results I found in a recent search…
Of course, given that there are so many details to organize for weddings, you’ll want to make sure your planner is meaty containing 80-100 pages of useful trackers for your customers.
That’s why I love Becky’s Vintage Rose Wedding Planner. It’s perfect for helping your customers plan the perfect wedding.
Your buyers will love the trendy vintage watercolor rose design. There are 4 covers, backs, and spines included.
There are 88 pages to help your customers design the wedding of their dreams! Less cute and complete wedding planners are selling like hotcakes on Etsy.
Do customers actually use these?
Given that the average cost of hiring a wedding planner to handle all of these details is $1,800 (source), my answer is, “YES!”
Some couples don’t want to pay that much for a wedding planner. Some can’t afford it, and still, others would rather just handle the details of their big event themselves.
You can reach these people who are overwhelmed and in desperate need of someone to come along and organize everything for them. I think that’s truly special! 🙂
If you’re not sure how to turn planner pages like these into planners that you can publish and sell on Etsy, Amazon, and other sites then you need the Profit with Printable Planners workshop.
Besides over-the-shoulder tutorials, you’ll also get full access to a PDF guide of publishing resources that you can use again and again with each planner you create.
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