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PLR – eCover Creator App or Software

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    Jovita Routzong@wealthpartners
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    What eCover Creator App or Software do you use for the PLR product bundles?

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    Daniel@daniel-taylor
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    Hi @wealthpartners (Jovita),

    Do you mean the actual product or only the covers? Because there is a lot out there, but I do recommend the following two:

    Designrr
    Sqribble

    Either one, they both offer ecover and ebook creation, which is a win-win!

    I hope this helps :)


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    #265491
    Jovita Routzong@wealthpartners
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    HI @Daniel-taylor,

    The composite one (mixed computer, ebooks, cd, etc.), looking like a bundle, maybe you refer them as products.

    Did you use those 2 Designerr or Sqribble? I saw your training but I think you were using Adobe Photoshop, and I am not really familiar with that. But I will check those two.

    I appreciate your help!

    #265494
    Daniel@daniel-taylor
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    Post count: 118

    Hi @wealthpartners

    You can call me old school, meaning, my team and I do use Photoshop to create our product covers and bundle covers.

    Though, Photoshop is not easy to use and does take a long time in learning how to use it (the cost is not cheap).

    That’s why I recommend either Designrr or Sqribble because they’re both user friendly, especially for people who are starting out. Plus, they have a one-time price, not like Photoshop.

    I have personally used both of them to test them out and I can say, they’re really greate tools and I wish they were out years ago when I first started out.

    I hope this helps.


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    #265496
    Jovita Routzong@wealthpartners
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    Sounds good! I do have Designrr but I got it again. I heard about those 2 as good recommendations. I will try Sqribble later.

    I do use Canva and tried the mockups like yours. Not quite the same but they are good for now.

    Thanks for the awesome customer support! Love your content, too!

    #265518
    Daniel@daniel-taylor
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    That’s great to hear and thanks.

    Yes, Canva is another good one. At the end of the day, there is a lot of different ones online, but Photoshop is one of the best ones out there, but as I mentioned, it does take a lot to learn and just to get the use of the Photoshop UI.

    I have been thinking about doing a tutorial on this and add it to our YouTube channel. I’ll see what I can do.


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    #265525
    Angela@cddiva
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    Hi Jovita,
    I use Photoshop Elements, another Adobe product, which you can still buy outright. I just bought a more recent copy from BestBuy for 100, had the disc sent to me, but took the option to download (still can use the disc if needed).
    Much easier to learn than Photoshop, and very capable. I am an artist as well as content publisher, and I use a combo of PSE, and PowerPoint, which you can also still buy a year old version outright, or subscribe to the cloud option.

    PowerPoint enables you to create 3D covers as well as many other designs. For me, the combination of the 2, has been very helpful. I have never used the software editors that Daniel mentioned.


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    #265528
    Jovita Routzong@wealthpartners
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    Thank you, Angela!

    I had tried Photoshop Elements before, and also do some of my graphics using Powerpoint and Canva.
    I have not tried Powerpoint for 3D images, though.

    The ones that Daniel recommended are awesome! I’ve used them before but I use Canva more so I have forgotten about them.

    I appreciate your input!

    #265532
    Angela@cddiva
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    Yes PowerPoint has built in 3D for covers etc. You can find it under one of the design tabs, I believe it is called “enhance images” or something like that (off to the right of the ribbon)

    I have an account but don’t like Canva, but honestly, I am one of those folks, that simply does not like to trust things like my art, content etc, to places like that (including places like facebook) because you don’t ever know if they will be there tomorrow, or will be sold to the highest bidder….. Been on the net since 1994, and I have seen it, and been through it over and over.

    So bottom line for me, I like to own the software I use for business and my art, and places like Canva are not guaranteed to always be there when you need them to be. If I store my files on my pc, or my pc’s exterior drives, I have them when I need them no matter what.

    Of course I do use a lot of online apps etc, but the ones that really count are bought outright and stored in my work station.

    Please let us know when you have made your cover, we would love to see what you came up with!


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