Hey guys how are you? I have taken a very long hiatus from the forums and was instead building a property management business. It basically took me 3 years to build all the forms and put together all the pieces from A to Z. My partner ended up screwing me in the end which forced me to separate and take what I built with me. I don’t have the want to do the biz again and I am instead attempting to sell what I built as a package (AKA all the legal forms) and how to. I have built my site and organized the forms purchasing from their perspective. I have all the PDFs and accompanying editable word docs.
So now I simply need to portray them in a way that will sell well. I have all the links fashionably organized in folders for the web (that’s how it plays on the front end as well) and when they click on the pdf it simply opens as a pdf in a separate window (I assume most all devices have pdf today). I will briefly explain that each pdf comes with its identical and ediable word doc (and let’s assume 99% of aspiring property managers have microsoft word).
So now my only question that remains is… what’s the best way to present the forms (AKA pdfs)? I figured I would just cut each in half and say in order to get the full doc you need to purchase the package (like $29 or so). Or more I don’t know yet. I also have the option to convert each PDF to image only in order to encourage the purchasing of the real thing. Do you guys have any other options you could suggest that I have not thought of? To encourage the purchasing of the package from their perspective?