Is TipPub Creator a Shortcut for Creating Prompt-Based Journals and Planners?

by | Apr 20, 2021 | Reviews | 2 comments

TipPub Creator launches today and I got a sneak peek so I could review it for you guys. I’ll say here that this is not a deep dive into this software but that’s partly because I don’t need to do one.

This web-based publishing tool is great for low content publishers and is very intuitive and easy to use.

You can definitely purchase it, log in, and pretty much just click around and learn by doing very quickly.

There’s also a demo video right on the sales page and in about 4 minutes you can see how easy TipPub Creator is to use.

When you purchase this quick tip creation tool through my link, you get my bonus! {Bonus link is in your product access area.}

making a planner, you’re making a “positive affirmations” planner
  • You’re not just publishing a gardening journal, you’re also sharing tips for how to grow and cultivate a garden
  • You’re not just publishing a household planner, you’re publishing “Home Ec 101” tips and a step-by-step system for getting a household organized
  • See how powerful these tip resources can be?

    upload it to KDP, sell it on Etsy or Shopify, sell it on your blog, or use it as a freebie to give email subscribers.

    Oh, and you can even create products that have full commercial use rights, so you sell products that others can REsell!

    Get TipPub Creator Now with My BONUS!

    When you purchase TipPub Creator through me:

    • You’ll get a link on your product access page that takes you to a private bonus where I give you a tour of the product
    • Offer my publishing tips and insight
    • Show how to create MULTIPLE products with TipPub
    • And brainstorm ideas to help you use it to publish low content books on KDP or printables on Etsy.


    1. Neil Neil on April 21, 2021 at 2:02 pm

      Hi Julie,
      Can you import pictures/images into Tip Pub?


      • Julie Julie on April 22, 2021 at 3:58 pm

        Hey, Neil! No, you can only add text-based tips. You’ll need to add images and graphics into your PowerPoint or Word doc.

        ~ Julie


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