Before we dive into the type of digital product you want to create, let’s go over the main types of digital products.

Usually Digital Products Fall into 1 of 4 main categories: Ebooks/Guides, Checklist/Spreadsheet, Digital Courses or Templates.

An Ebook/Guide can be anything from a few pages long to a complete workbook. These are easily created inside Canva using the Free Version or you could outsource the creation on sites like Fiverr or Upwork. It doesn’t have to be super long. As long as you provide a transformation to your customer by solving their problem, it doesn’t matter how long the product is.

A checklist/spreadsheet is good if you want your customer to be able to “tick” off the steps as they go or track their progress. Checklists are often delivered as PDFs and created in Canva so the customer can print it off if needed. Most spreadsheets are housed in Google Sheets using a “copy” version or Notion.

Digital Courses often include videos, checklists, templates all the things in one. These are by far the hardest to products, take the longest time, usually have the most information and are generally priced higher than other digital products.

Templates are great to use to give done for you products to your customers. They are able to use the template feature and “make a copy” of what you have created to edit and use as their own.

Digital products come in various shapes and sizes. So many types of products you can create and sell! It comes down to what you want to offer, and what works with your niche.

Here are some good ideas:

  • E-Books
  • Guides
  • Stock Photos
  • Templates
  • Graphic Designs
  • Online Courses
  • Simple PDFs
  • Done for you products
  • Spreadsheets
  • Subscriptions
  • Mini Video Course
  • List

I use Canva for all of my digital products, my logos, my Pinterest pins. They have templates for everything that are very easy to customize with your own colors and fonts.

Now that you are starting to consider what type of product you will create, make sure to think about what is your customers end goal AND how will your customer use your product.