27 Hot Tips for Getting Your Digital Product Started

August 10, 2012 in Entrepreneurship, Guest Posts


27 Hot Tips for Getting Your Digital Product Started

The Entrepreneurs Mindset


I was recently asked by social media marketing expert Karen May Dy to contribute to the second part of a three part article she was writing called “27 Hot Tips for Getting Your Digital Product Started”.

Karen asked successful women entrepreneurs or “solopreneures” as she likes to call them, to share their best tips based on their personal experiences in their businesses for creating hot information products and digital training programs.

I personally love these types of articles because it gives you a chance to see the process other women use for finding solutions to their clients problems and then creating products for those folks in their businesses. In this case, you will hear 27 female entrepreneurs tell you how they came up with their ideas, how you can expand on a topic you already teach, how all of this can lead to future coaching clients and much more. Once again, my thanks to Karen for including me in your article.


You can read the article here.


About Karen

27 Hot Tips for Getting Your Digital Product Started

Karen May Dy

Karen May Dy is known as the “Social Media Marketing Girl”, and she came from a family of entrepreneurs. She had her first try at business at the age of 7.

Most of you know that for the past few months, I have been exploring just how folks have gotten out of their 9 to 5 to become successful entrepreneurs with my “Escaping the 9 to 5; How I Did It” video interview series.  Karen took a different path. Although she is a registered nurse, she says proudly that “she has never worked at traditional 9 to 5 job”. She found that her passion was seeing her clients succeed online.

You will be hearing more about Karen and her two businesses in an upcoming article on my blog so stay tuned.


Check Out All Three of  the Articles

You can find the links to all three articles here at Karen's site “The Social Media Marketing Girl.