Jonathan Gans

Jonathan Gans

How to Monetize Your Company's Collective Knowledge in 2024

Your company can repurpose the research, insights, methodologies, and other knowledge gained from project-based work into recurring revenue streams.

5 proven ways to drive traffic to your digital product in 2024 (for free)

How to drive traffic to your digital product 1. List your product on Gumroad 2. Create a gig on Fiverr 3. Answer relevant questions on Quora 4. Post on LinkedIn 5. Get featured on Kahana

How to monetize your knowledge in 2024 (without having to create a course)

Instead of trying to build something from scratch, you can monetize your knowledge by charging for access to a collection of existing materials and information you've already created and curated (e.g., notes, Google & Canva docs, templates, research, best practices, etc.).

Monetize your knowledge: how to create your first digital product in less than 1 hour

Creating a digital product - aka translating your knowledge into a product someone will pay for - can feel like a daunting task. That's why we created this step-by-step guide: to show you how you can begin monetizing your knowledge by creating your first digital product in less than an hour.

Thoughts on the State of the Consulting Industry

The consulting landscape has evolved. Firms need to find creative ways to leverage the collective knowledge of their experts to hedge against disruption.

Knowledge Sharing: Examples, Platform, Best Practices [2023]

Effective knowledge sharing saves millions of dollars annually. Here's how to quickly improve knowledge sharing across your entire organization.

Knowledge Transfer: 5 Tips for Your Framework [templates]

Knowledge transfer is an important process for leveraging the collective ideas, information, and abilities of your organization or community.

Knowledge Silos: Meaning, Causes, & How to Avoid [templates]

Knowledge silos can cost your organization millions in lost productivity. We explain what causes silos, plus how to dissolve and avoid them.