First, What is a bundle? It is when you can purchase a large number of products and services for one small price. Traditionally, it is available for a short time.
It can include ecourses, ebooks, printables, workbooks, etc.
I love buying bundles. No, you don’t have to use all the products in the bundle. Usually, there are some that do not apply to me or interest me.
You get so much value for the price. The products that you do use are worth more than the price you paid.
And ordinarily there are great bonuses attached, sometimes you have a shorter time to use these than the main bundle.
And bonuses can be short term membership or even physical products shipped to you for shipping and handling.
Then after the original sale, the bundles may be available again, but it will be a higher price than originally.
Right now there is the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle available until Monday, May 6, 2019.
Over the past few years I have purchased bundles for:
The list goes on…
The most recent bundle I purchased was for content creation. It had over 50 products. That was a lot to keep up with, so I created a Google Sheet.
It lists each product, with relevant information, including a column where I put an “x” once it is downloaded. So easy to see what has been downloaded, what else needs to be downloaded before the deadline.
Yes, deadline. Read the details and make sure you download anything you want or sign up for any bonuses before it is too late.
If you want a blank copy of that sheet, let me know.
What type of bundles are you looking for?
By the way…
Remember, the Ultimate Homemaking bundle ends May 6, make sure you pick up yours before it is too late.