After this eBook, you can begin making money in the following ways:
1. Sell Notion Templates:
You can create templates for productivity, project management, or anything else that you think people will find useful. You can sell your templates on marketplaces like Gumroad.
2. Notion Consultancy and Creation:
Another way to make money as a Notion creator is by offering consultancy and creation services. Many people are still new to Notion and may need help setting up their workspace or creating custom templates.
3. Sell Notion Courses:
If you're an expert in using Notion, you can create courses to teach others how to use the tool. You can create video courses, eBooks, bootcamps, or even offer one-on-one coaching.
4. Create Notion Products:
Another way to monetize your Notion skills is by creating products that complement the tool. You can create complementary software, extensions, plugins, or even physical products like stickers and notebooks.
5. Sell Notion Templates in a 2nd Language:
If you're bilingual or multilingual, you can consider selling your Notion templates in a second language.
6. Affiliate Marketing:
Another way to monetize your Notion skills is by promoting other people's products as an affiliate. You can become a Notion affiliate, a Gumroad affiliate, or an Amazon affiliate, and promote the tools and courses that you use or believe in.
Finally, You can add a "Donate" button to your website or marketplace listing, or suggest a donation amount on your Gumroad products. You can also set up a Patreon, Buymeacoffee, or Paypal account to receive donations from your audience.
All you need to do is understand how to use Notion, and you can make money!
Notion 101 will teach you the basics to get your dreams moving forward!
Table of Contents:
Introduction to Notion:
- Overview of what Notion is and its key featuresExamples of how Notion can be used in different contextsSetting up a new account and navigating the user interface
Organizing Your Work
- Using the database feature to create custom tables and organize informationUtilizing tags and filters to sort and search through informationCustomizing the display of information using views and columns
Collaboration in Notion
- Sharing databases and pages with team membersManaging permissions and access controls for different usersUtilizing the commenting and feedback system for easy communication and collaboration
Taking Notes and Writing
- Using Notion for note-taking and writing, including markdown supportSetting up a personal wiki or knowledge baseLeveraging the template feature to create standardized documents
- Creating to-do lists and tasks in NotionUsing the calendar view to schedule and plan tasksIntegrating with external calendars and apps, such as Google Calendar
- Setting up and managing projects in NotionUsing the Kanban view to visualize progressIntegrating with external tools, such as Trello or Asana
- Finding and using pre-built templates in NotionCreating custom templates for your own useImporting templates from external sources
Integrations and Automation
- Connecting Notion with other apps and services using integrationsUsing Notion's built-in automation feature, called "blocks"Using external automations tools like Zapier
- Using the API to connect Notion with external apps and servicesUsing the export feature to backup and share dataCreating custom scripts and macros to automate repetitive tasks
Best Practices and Tips
- Best practices for organizing and structuring information in NotionTips and tricks for maximizing productivity and efficiencyBest way to use notion with other tools you already use.
You will learn how to: