When I first got started with self-publishing, I had a very limited budget for text and graphics. Alright, I’ll be honest with you, I had a ZERO budget for text and graphics. For that reason, I decided it would be best to start with public domain resources. The only problem was, I didn’t know how to find them or how to know if something genuinely was in the public domain.
Enter in Tony Laidig.
Tony Laidig is a public domain expert that saved me a lot of hardship. Through him I learned what qualifies as a public domain resource and how to find public domain resources such as books, magazines, audio, graphics, and more. Thanks to him, I was able to start publishing educational products like my copywork books using public domain text and graphics. It was a great way for me to start making books for zero dollars!
Tony offers a training program called Public Domain Blueprint that I purchased that teaches you
- copyright research basics,
- how and where to find public domain books, magazine, newspapers, images, and more,
- valuable information about public domain patents,
- where to find public domain audio and video,
- and more.
He also includes PDFs in the program that have a treasure trove of resource lists and links to sites with public domain resources. Those alone have been a godsend for me! I can go back and reference those lists anytime I like when I need to search for anything in the public domain.
I really like Tony because he is honest and genuine and has worked in the publishing industry. He really knows his stuff! He’s also a professional photographer and an expert in product creation.
You can get Tony’s Public Domain Blueprint by clicking on my referral link below. Many thanks for using it!