Do I need permission if I want to offer a download or printable on my website?
I have seen printables on Pinterest that could work well with a post, though not sure how this work.
If I draw up or use my own graphics then all I provide is the pdf link for that page and a viewer could print it off? It's the quality of the print off that I worry about.
Anyone have experience with printables or is there a plugin for this?

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LatinNomad Premium
What a great idea.
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Julia39 Premium
Yeah, you should check it out, offering spreadsheets on like events, a Calendar, maps etc that could take the laborious effort for someone to do, would be a great help to a viewer/customer. :-)
PS. Thanks for looking in.
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Hackerist Premium
No permission is needed as long as you have created them. You can use free tools like Canva or Paint or programs like Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator to get custom designs.
The following from a top blogger can help:

https://youtu.be/DJBIW52bUlg

Tom
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Julia39 Premium
Thanks Tom I will look right into it. Apparently you can add a small fee for a printable, but I need to do more research. :-)
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Hackerist Premium
Not only that you can, but you must price it (unless you want to use it as a lead magnet for your email marketing campaign). This is one of the sources of income that many of the top bloggers have, in addition to the affiliate products and courses.


Tom
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Julia39 Premium
Thanks Tom, not yet an affiliate, working on it, but will consider it when ready. :-)
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Julia39 Premium
I checked out the link you provided and it's great! Have heard of Canva but didn't know much about it. Now this has opened up new doors for me. Thanks for that Tom.
It's funny, because every time I get a lead on something different or help I get drawn into that with more training on top of training lol.
Thanks though :-)
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Hackerist Premium
Glad to hear that, and yes, something new always brings more training :-).
Tom
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