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A printable is a digital file (PDF, JPEG or any other format) with different types of content and/or graphics that you purchase or get for free (if you sign up for a newsletter, for example), download and can then print how often you want for personal, educational and sometimes also for commercial use.
In our world today where we spend most of our time and money online, we want to get information and products fast and cheap. For this reason, printables have become very popular for some time past. Instead of waiting days or weeks for a paperback book to arrive, you can download and use printables right away. They save you time and money and sometimes you even get printables for free.
There are so many types of printables you can create and give away or sell.
This is a short introduction to my Printable Biz Series where I will share with you
I have created a variety of books and courses about making money with printables which you can find here:
If you are interested in learning how to create and sell printables, you should follow my blog.
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I host my blogs at InterServer and purchase my domain names at Namecheap. What I love about InterServer is the option to pay monthly for webhosting instead of paying for years in advance. I pay 5$ per month for my webhosting at InterServer and about $10 to $13 per year for each of my domains. InterServer has a very great customer service. Whenever I have had an issue, I have contacted them and they have answered immediately and have always been very helpful and solved my issue.
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My name is Janet Giessl. I'm a Christ follower, wife, mom, educator, author, artist, spiritual creative, multi-passionate and highly-sensitive person.
On this blog I share my creative work, creative work tutorials and courses and information about how to make money online with your creative work.
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