Previews sell. It is really that simple. If your customers can see what they are buying, they are more likely to pull the trigger. When possible, I try to show every page of my product. The only exception is if I need to hide something that is more idea-based that someone could easily reproduce without my product. (This rarely happens).


The quickest way for me to do a preview is to use a combination of programs on the Mac.


Take a look at how simple it can be!

I start with using the preview app and printing to PDF. This is followed by flattening the PDF as described here. Next, add a watermark and flatten with PDF Squeezer.
Here is how to do the watermark automation!


Note! I use the app Keyboard Maestro to automate the process even more!


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I’m a busy mom of three and a music educator in Atlanta, GA. My goal is to provide motivated teacherprenuers with great graphics and time-saving  tips so they can focus on creating!

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