Hey IH! I launched the Coding Career Handbook almost a year ago and since then have been focusing on long tail revenue, while keeping my day job as a Part Time Creator.
Since launch (day, month, cheatsheet) I've been consistently hitting around $1-2k a week in infoproduct revenue, with a high price point ($59 for just the book, $249 for book+community+behind the scenes), and no sales apart from Black Friday.
IH Friends like @RandallKanna have consistently encouraged me to share my "long tail" secrets, but honestly I haven't really had the time to gather my thoughts so I'm hoping for good questions to spur thoughts!
Had a good week so I'll admit this post is somewhat of a flex 😅
Off the top of my head these things helped extend the tail:
I spent about 600 hours writing the book. I think creators should spend equal time marketing as they do creating. So I probably still have a ways to go, not inclusive of a planned v2 of the book this year.
Let me know what other questions you have!