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Attention Low-Content and Printable Publishers...

Have you ever told yourself, "Boy, I sure wish there were an easier way to make my low-content materials unique and more attractive to buyers"?

If you answered "Yes," you are in the right place....

"How to Add Unique Images to Each Page in a Snap Without Having to Do It Manually"

Print-On-Demand has forever changed the way the world does business...

Gone are the days when self-published authors needed to print 1,000 copies of their books and store those books in a spare bedroom, while trying to find people to buy their books.

Online retailers no longer need purchase any items wholesale, before they have a customer who has purchased the item.

Print-On-Demand has simplified the entire sales process, making it possible to sell the product first, then to manufacture and ship the item to the customer, after the sale is made.

As content creators, we only need to create the digital products we want to sell.

  • We create digital mock-ups of our products.
  • We upload our mock-ups to various seller websites.
  • We create listings for our products inside the seller websites.

Depending on where we choose to offer our products, we may not even need to participate in the product-fulfillment process at all.

For example, if we sell print books on Amazon with KDP Print, Amazon will collect the money for the book and the shipping, send the print-order to the printing department, and mail the printed book to the customer - all without you needing to do anything at all. After a specified amount of time, Amazon will send you a royalty check, paying you for the sale of your book.

Print-On-Demand sales are expected to continue growing by 32% year-over-year, for the next five years.

It is estimated that Print-On-Demand and Printables racked up over $2 billion in sales in 2020 and that number is expected to surpass $2.5 billion in 2021.

There is a large range of products that fit into this category:

  • Printables (physical products like hats, t-shirts, mouse pads, etc.)
  • Print books
  • Digital books
  • Calendars
  • Planners
  • Journals
  • Diaries
  • Children's books
  • School workbooks
  • Practice books
  • Coloring books
  • Record keeping
  • Ledgers
  • Log books
  • Notebooks, etc.

This is a HUGE product category, and it is only going to get BIGGER year-after-year.

If you haven't yet claimed your stake in this product category, the time to do so is NOW!

This kind of business can be very lucrative for the people who are willing to do the work...


If this product category is as lucrative as you say it is, why isn't everyone doing it?

Great question.

If I were to be blunt about it, it is hard work.

Mind you, it is not the kind of hard work where you have to lift 20 kilograms, do repetitive lifting all day long, carry heavy loads from one station to another, stand on your feet all day, or put up with co-workers you cannot bear seeing again for so long as you live...

No, not that kind of hard work.

For most people, creating products such as Print-On-Demand and Printables is hard work because it can be mind-numbingly boring.

The thing is that if you don't enjoy your tasks, then you might not want to do the work at some point in the future.

If you find the work boring, you may struggle to find the motivation you need to complete a task...

If you are lacking motivation, you might start procrastinating the work you know you need to do...

The more you struggle to complete a task, the more likely it will be that you don't complete the task at all...



Hi, my name is Britt Malka, and trust me... I have struggled with the same challenges in my publishing business...

I have been publishing books since the 1990's, and in recent years, I have added journals and planners to my author inventory...

The first time I added individual images to the pages inside of one of my journals, it took me a long, long time.

The second time I added individual images to journal pages, it still took far too much time, as far as I was concerned.

After publishing one dozen journals, I started looking for shortcuts to speed the actual process...

Because I knew that if I couldn't find a way to remove my boredom from the process, I might stop publishing these kinds of books, and I didn't want to stop publishing them.

I don't mind doing the kind of work that will put money into my bank account.

I am sad to say that it took me a lot longer than I hoped it would to figure out how to shave time and effort off of the process of publishing journals with unique pages in them...

The issue is "taking the boredom out of the process" so that I won't be trying to put off until tomorrow what I know I should be doing today...

Sucking it up? Bad idea

Yeah, I know. Sometimes we have to do the work even though we don't want to.

But when it comes to adding individual images to all your pages, sucking it up and doing the task would be a horrible idea.


Because there's a better and a much easier way.

A way that will save you time.

A way that will keep you sane.

And a way you can use again and again for all kinds of similar work.

That means that you can be immensely more productive.

And we all know what that means, right? $$$


Magical Picture Method

Yes! I found a method that worked and you can copy it

I've called it Magical Picture Method because that's how it feels.

Look, what one of my students said after having received early access to the course:

It's wonderful!  I have almost completed the course and it is MAGICAL  just like you called it.

That's because you need only three things to make this method work:

  1. Images.
  2. A spreadsheet (Excel or Google Sheets for example).
  3. Affinity Publisher.

Those three things are what you need.

Then you can go from having one picture of a mermaid (in my above example) to 12 different images instead just by connecting the images to your printable file.

It's magical.

Click below to get Magical Picture Method for only $27

This method is unique, and you get direct access to asking me questions while you follow the course.

There is no end date, and you keep your access to the lessons.

Each lesson consists of text, a lot of them will have illustrations, and most of them will have over-the-shoulder videos showing you how you do it.

I will also show you mistakes from time to time. Sometimes I make them on purpose. Sometimes I make them... just like you will make mistakes.

Then I show you how to correct them.

And if you make mistakes I haven't even thought about, you just need to ask, and I'll help.

Here's what you get:

Lesson 1: Why is this a good thing?
Lesson 2: Adding unique image on each page = lots of work
Lesson 3: Here are the four steps.
Lesson 4: Where can you use this method? Calendars, printables, journals, baby shower games, and more.

Module 1: Get the images
Lesson 1: Why is this step one?
Lesson 2: Where to find them
Lesson 3: One folder

Module 2: The spreadsheet
Lesson 1: Why is this step two?
Lesson 2: How to structure
Lesson 3: How to get file names
Lesson 4: Save

Module 3: Ready the Affinity Publisher file
Lesson 1: Why is this step three?
Lesson 2: Make room for the images
Lesson 3: Connect with spreadsheet
Lesson 4: Add Fields

Module 4: Merge
Lesson 1: Why is this step four?
Lesson 2: Merge and adjust images
Lesson 3: Save this new file
Lesson 4: Export as PDF

Get instant access for only $27 right now!

After purchase, you'll get an email with a link to download. You'll also see the download link(s) straight away. If you're not already a subscriber to my list, the system will add you. You can unsubscribe at any moment if you don't like my emails.




PS If you have questions or doubts about if this course can help you, let me know. Just click the link below to reach me on my support desk.

PPS Save yourself time and boredom by learning how to insert individual images on each page. You get direct access to ask me questions about the lessons in the course's members area.

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