Creating a Digital or Printable Vegetable Garden Planner and Journal

by | Mar 27, 2020 | Create, Low Content Publishing | 2 comments

Like using these vegetable garden journal templates – they come in both print and digital formats {and you can buy them bundled to target a wider audience!}

✅ Related: If you want to learn how to create digital planners from scratch and use digital templates like this one, you’ll want to take this training.

The first two formats – digital planners and printables – are purchased digitally and people are more likely to buy digital right now.

But when everything settles, people will go back to buying paperback products and they will still want garden planners!

Then, I would find some vegetable gardening PLR {pre-written, done-for-you content} and use THAT to build out and customize the planner, adding in content that will help beginners – because as a beginner myself, that’s the market I would target as that’s the market I know most about.

Targeting Vegetable Gardening Niches

If you do a quick search, you’ll find that people are typing in phrases like:

A Note About Adding PreWritten Content {PLR}

It’s very easy to add value to a planner template with prewritten content – a.k.a. PLR.

You MUST remember to rewrite EVERYTHING because it will ensure that your content is unique and that you don’t get flagged for unoriginal content.

“But Julie, why even bother if I have to rewrite it all?”

Well, because it acts as a springboard. ALL you have to do is reword everything. 

You don’t have to research, plan, and outline. And THAT saves you a LOT of time. 

Plus, if you don’t know a lot about a topic, you can serve your audience by using well-written PLR.

✅ You can find some awesome gardening-related content here – well-researched and well-written!

Wrapping Up

That about covers it!

So what do you think about creating a digital or printable vegetable garden planner and journal?

Do you think you’ll dive deeper into this niche and create things like a newsletter, blog, or online community around the topic? 

Let me know in the comments!

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2 Comments

  1. john john on April 12, 2020 at 8:58 am

    Hi julie I have a blog on gardening had it for some time would like to get more traffic I m on pinterest I made a gardening journal for its sale on my site.

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    • Julie Julie on April 13, 2020 at 12:30 pm

      Hey, John! Pinterest is great for traffic. Hope you see lots of sales for your gardening journal!

      ~ Julie

      Reply

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