TWO THINGS: Would You Like to Learn How We
We Convert Public Domain Images to Coloring-Art
& How To Jumpstart Your Coloring Book Sales?
Here Is Your Chance to Pick Up Our
“Coloring Book Bonanza” Training,
Originally Published in April 2019
Publishing Attractive Coloring Books
Has Never Been Easier Than It Is Today
Keep reading, because we are going to teach you how to publish your first coloring book quickly and how to capture the imagination of consumers…
We are going to show you:
- Where to find 234,536 Public Domain illustrations and vector images you can use to create your coloring books for free.
- The simple 5-step process you can use, inside Photoshop or Gimp (free image editing software), to prepare your illustrations for publication.
- How to include naughty or nice words as part of your coloring book illustration.
- Why people buy coloring books, and how you can use that knowledge to make more attractive and better-selling coloring books.
- Which four sub-groups of consumers purchase the most coloring books.
- How to use social media to research and learn more about the people who will be most interested to buy your coloring books.
- How to write your coloring book descriptions, for each of the four largest audiences of people who buy coloring books, with example book descriptions to show you how it is done.
- How to use forums, social media, and articles to promote your coloring books for free, with a very specific example to demonstrate the principle of what you should be trying to do when you are setting up coloring book promotions.
- And much more…
“Coloring Book Bonanza”
Has Two Core Sections
In the first half of this training, Andreas focuses on how to find free Public Domain illustrations and convert them into coloring book designs.
- What kinds of Public Domain images work best;
- Where to find nearly one-quarter million Public Domain illustrations you can use for free;
- (Photoshop) Five steps to prepare illustrations for publication.
- (Gimp) Understanding how to use the same five steps inside Gimp, although they are described differently.
- (Photoshop) How to use certain types of fonts to create words that people can color.
- (Gimp) You can use fonts to create words people can color, but there are different steps when using Gimp.
- Andreas uses plenty of screen shots to make it easy to follow the tutorials.
In the second half of this PDF, Bill focuses on who buys most of these books and how to create books, book descriptions, and book promotions that will impact your coloring book sales in a positive way.
- Who buys coloring books.
- Why they buy coloring books.
- How to figure out what kinds of things are important to coloring book buyers.
- The one question everyone should understand, and why the answer matters.
- The two types of colorists.
- The four sub-groups of consumers who purchase more coloring books than any other sub-group of people.
- Why you should focus on a specific sub-group when designing your coloring books and book descriptions.
- Understanding the type of book description that would kill your book sales if you used it.
- How to understand the difference between Feature and Benefit and how to use both effectively.
- How to frame your buyer’s experience.
- Several examples of potent book descriptions.
- How coloring book consumers really view the designs in your coloring books.
- Why understanding people’s motivations will help you sell more books.
- How to brainstorm a good book description, and an actual exercise to help you with the process.
- How to layout your book description in a way that gets people hooked on owning your books.
- Don’t be afraid to make adjustments later.
- How to split-test your book descriptions.
- The structural difference between a book description and book promtion materials.
- How and why to write your book promotions differently than your book descriptions.
- How to learn more about your customers.
- Three channels where you can promote your books for free.
- How Johanna Basford’s publisher used free promotion strategies to explode her book sales.
- And much more…
Bill provides a simple roadmap that literally anyone can follow, to make their coloring books stand out in a crowded marketplace…
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“Coloring Books Bonanza” Training
This training will be delivered inside of a 52-page PDF…