Creating an ebook is a great choice to disperse information about your products and services. You can use Apple Pages or Canva to create a PDF.
Worksheets make the information you provide actionable and practical for your audience. You can take your worksheets up a notch and make the response lines PDF fillable. You can use a free tool like PDF Escape to make fillable PDf forms. No printing or scanning required.
Checklists are similar to worksheets and give your audience a summary of what to do and makes it all actionable.
Using a combination of information from an ebook, checklists, and worksheets can help you create a workbook.
Guides are almost like an ebook or workbook. The difference is they provide a detailed account of how to implement the information given.
Have you created a really good blog post that covers a lot of info? Creating a list of top tips from that post is perfect for summarizing all of the information.
Do you frequently recommend tools or resources to your audience to make their life easier? You can compile these tools in a list and use it as a freebie to attract more subscribers.
Printables and Planners
I love a good planner and/or printable! Even better if you make it free in exchange for my email address. Some ideas may include weekly/monthly planners, to-do lists, and blog posts planners. You can recreate a system you use and make it a printable for your audience.
Templates are digital products like planners but they don’t have to be printed. Therefore making it even easier for your audience to use. Templates can pre-filled spreadsheets or presentation layouts for a powerpoint.
A resource library is a place where your audience can access all of your freebies in one place. I use a Google Drive folder with shared access for my freebie library.