The difference between “would-be” digital products and the “successful” ones

A lovely note from coaching student Melissa today:

“[Name concealed] reached out to about teaching her Audition. I know I can offer courses with After Effects and Premiere Pro. I have been reaching out to my email list and followers to see if there is anything specific they would like t learn. Next Sunday will be a good test run on possible Live trainings.”

^^I like this.


Because it’s early enough in the process do things the right way.

I.e. – the way I recommend.


Let’s say you’ve discovered something you know enough about to teach and have the serendipitous event of someone asking you for help with it.

Here’s what you should do:

  1. Decide on a price or if you’ll be doing it for free (nothing wrong with that at this stage)
  2. Validate this as product with your list


What sets apart most would-be digital products and the successful ones (that make money) is what you do next.

It’s easy to say “I have a product on my hands!”

Or, better,

“I’m going to make a course on this!”

But that’s not the next best step.

What is it then, you ask?

You have to validate it with your list in small chunks.


I’m giving access to my validation process that virtually guarantees any product you ever create from here on out will be a success…

… but only to Email Elite Members.

I know you want to make passive income by selling digital products online,

which is why now is the best time to become a member and get personal access to me and my knowledge.

It’s all here.

Jeremy Montoya


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