Analog sage in a digital age.


Sage Vectors by Vecteezy
It used to be, if you wanted to create or write a pamphlet, book, screen play, etc. you would gather your notes, grab your Selectric or Underwood Typewriter, load the paper and bang away on the keys. Hopefully, what you churned out would be decent and not suck. You had to put some real effort into it to produce something people would pay for.
Nowadays, some youngins look at you sideways and ask "what's a typewriter"?
Think stone age word processor. Better?
Ok, so, I'm a dinosaur, most of my friends are as well. Some of the very best people are. If you spend any amount of time on the interwebs, you will be bombarded by ads for selling, creating, and giving away digital products. Many sites just repackage crappy "products" with PLR or Private Label Rights. Simply put, you pay a nominal fee, usually, and buy the rights to a digital product or products. Then, you have the right to use them or sell, give away etc as you see fit. Sometimes, these are good and are packed with info, other times, not so much. This is a decent business model. Many have made decent money. However, like many things online, there are unscrupulous players out there. Caveat Emptor: Buyer Beware. Stay away from odd sounding websites. ClickBank, JVZOO and others are more likely to be legit. A quick search for PLR returns a lot of options. Do your homework, make sure they are legit offers.
Is there real money to be made here? I will let you know.

As always, just my .02¢ worth YMMV
God Bless and keep stackin
Craig ⚡🏴‍☠️🦨