If you still have questions, keep reading!
Q1: Is this one big course? Or a bunch of different products?
A1: This bundle is a collection of 28 eBooks, 30 eCourses, videos & audios, 41 printables & workbooks, 3 summits, and 2 membership sites. Inside this bundle, you will tons of resources with hundreds of recipes, chore printables, budget planners, and more. It’s basically all your favorite bloggers’ products together in one collection - all for $29.97.
Q2: What am I going to do with so many resources?
A2: There is no way on earth each of these eBooks / eCourses is relevant to where you are right now. Some of them will have a lot of appeal, and some won’t. But in most cases, it only takes 3 or 4 eBooks or eCourses that you’re going to use for you to start saving money. Not to mention, there are 26 resources alone that are worth as much or more than the cost of the bundle itself. So, even though you won’t use every resource in the bundle, it would still be really hard to not save a ton of money anyway.
Q3: How do I know I’m actually getting good quality products and not just a bunch of “throw-away” eBooks?
A3: The Ultimate Bundles team spends months reviewing potential contributors, approaches only the best for inclusion, and then only accepts the top products that they think will have the most appeal out of those. Many of these are even full-length eCourses with video tutorials! They are highly selective and it shows in the final curated collection. That being said, I've personally found that many materials are mediocre--but there are a few products that make the bundle worth it. I just got my bundle and started looking over everything and categorizing which material I'm going to read/watch. I use well-labeled folders. This process is time-consuming, but almost necessary if you will get the most out of the package. If you don't have time or the energy to set some kind of system up to use the products, it's probably just going to become electronic clutter to you.
Q4: OK, but what if I buy it and don’t like it?
A4: Although Ultimate Bundles has an extremely low return rate at less than 1/4 of the industry standard, there are some people who it doesn’t work for. That’s why they offer a 100% happiness guarantee refund policy for 30 days. If you don’t love it, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for a full refund.
Q5: This sounds like a scam. Can you prove it’s not?
A5: I know it seems too good to be true. Pay $29.97 for $2,294.37 in resources? Doesn’t that mean someone’s losing big time? Or the prices are inflated?
I totally get your concerns. I can tell you that I offer these bundles to my readers because they’re a great value. This is the 2nd year I have bought one. Even though a blogger may be including their product in a bundle that costs less than their product, product creators get exposure to new potential readers, which can pay off in big ways later. And when you buy a bundle through your favorite blogger (hopefully me!), you’ll support them, too! Plus, the bundle is offered for such a short time that they can go back quickly to selling their product at full price.
In short, it’s a great deal for everyone. Ultimate Bundles is a reputable company, so if you try the bundle and don’t like it within 30 days, just ask their friendly, helpful customer happiness team for a refund.
Q6: Is there a downside?
A6: My biggest concern about the bundle is that 1) It's all electronic so it keeps you on the computer and away from the family. 2) It's overwhelming how much information it is--it's a lot to wade through to get to the ones that are really helpful. 3) Some of the materials and courses are mediocre, like I mentioned before.
That being said, if you want some encouraging readings, and homemaking ideas, this has so much to offer. But I’ll leave that up to you. Just don’t wait too long, because the sale ends tonight! Learn more or get your bundle here:
P.S. Seriously, if you decide purchase it, don’t wait, because there are no late sales. Check out all the detailshere and let me know if you have any other questions that I didn’t answer: