What Are Low-Content Books?

What are low-content books? By Tony de Bree

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis, just like many small business owners, I have pivoted my business model and above all my revenuemodel towards making money online from home with online services on demand and like in 2001, with digital products to develop my online business.

I discovered while writing my Dutch bestseller how-to books for small business owners, startups, scaleups and SMEs and my English eBook on Digital Strategy mapping, that my readers really enjoyed the free low-content books I added to the package including checklists.

What are low-content books? 

Low-content books are books where there is little or no writing. This category includes books such as journals, diaries, planners & checklists where people will write, draw or color inside the books. 

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I actually use a lot of journals, planners & checklists myself both in my private and in my professional life to increase my productivity for instance. To structure my day, to write down my ideas and my feelings and moods. And for a lot of other reasons since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you want to read more on the different types of low-content-books and how you can make money from them, bookmark these blogs. 

Tony de Bree worked in Financial Services including in corporate venturing and e-commerce for 26 years and he made the transition from banker to entrepreneur working from home and making money online with his own “online plan b” with digital products as side-hustle in 2000 and as hybrid business owner since 2011. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis, Tony helps smal business owners, local business owners, startups and scaleups working from home to survive and managers and employees to make the succesful transition ‘from employee to entrepreneur’. Contact him here now. 

About the Author: tonydebree

Tony de Bree worked in Financial Services including in corporate venturing and e-commerce for 26 years and he made the transition from banker to entrepreneur working from home and making money online with his own "online plan b" with digital products as side-hustles in 2000 and as hybrid business owner since 2011. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, he helps corporates, small business owners, startups & scaleups to define and implement the best digital survival strategy and he helps managers and employees to become a successful entrepreneur with a personal digital-right skilling plan.

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