AppSumo has some pretty incredible deals – and this AppSumo Briefcase offer likely one of the best I’ve ever seen in terms of value. How’s that for an introduction?
I’d like to say that I’m being a little over the top, but to be honest, it’s a great offering with tons of apps involved that span a huge range of areas – everything from accounting to social graphics and more.
I’ve been using this for over 6 months now and not only did I find it was well worth the $49 per month, but I discovered a few apps that I didn’t even know existing and have now incorporated them into my workflow – it’s basically a “free” bonus in my mind.
As their landing page states, it’s over $1000 worth of monthly recurring fee products for $49 – AppSumo is able to leverage their size in the space to get some great deals.
In the video I explain why I believe this is a great offer and why it makes sense to me – and how you can (and should) do the same.
One of the most important parts of getting started with the Briefcase offer is to set aside some time to go through each app. It can take some time, but it’s time well spent.
You’ll not only avoid buying and then forgetting about it, but you’ll discover some apps that you didn’t know about that you can then work into your business.
It’ll take a few hours, but believe me, it’s worth it.
Now, on to some more of the good stuff – what exactly do you get?
Current Apps Included
Book Like A Boss
Find That Lead
Unless Viral Loops
AppSumo Briefcase Review Summary
If you work primarily online and think that even 2 or 3 of these could be of use, it’s a winning offer. That’s the bottom line.
Many of the apps cost a bundle each month and with just a few in use you’re saving while getting unrestricted access to great plans. While it may not be the “top tier” of any given service, they are not artificially limited or restricted accounts. You might have also heard of this deal as labelled “Appsumo Black” which is the same offer just rebranded and updated.
Also, they are adding apps to the package over time – good job on them over delivering!
Check it out and let me know what you think: https://productivity.academy/briefcase