Amazon’s Kindle has a program called Kindle Unlimited. For $9.95 a month, you can ‘rent’ 10 Kindle books at a time. It used to be a better deal than it is now, because fewer books are available on Kindle Unlimited, but it’s still a pretty good deal if you read a lot and you don’t want to keep copies of the books you read.
This will work for most any information product that you deliver over time.
For example, if you’re having a course with weekly classes, a training program in which you release one video every so often, or anything that is not released all at once, here is how to double your sign-ups.
There are all kinds of memberships you can run:
You can put out a simple monthly PDF newsletter or video.
Set everything up. Depending on what you have in place already, this might take longer than a day. For example, if you don’t have a website yet, or you don’t have an autoresponder, then there’s going to be a learning curve as you discover how these things work.
Choose backend offers to increase your income. These are offers related to your membership’s subject matter.
There are two things to do today, one of which is easy, and one might take more time, depending on your experience.
Write your own introduction and conclusion for each lesson.
The introductions should whet your member’s appetite for the content to follow. The conclusions should get them anticipating what’s to come in the next lesson.