I don’t normally do heavy promotional blog posts or emails but today I want to talk about some of the most common problems that hold people back from publishing their very first online course which is imperative to success if you want to make a full time income working from home like I do.
Before we go over what these common hurdles are I want to go ahead and mention that I am doing a 7 day week long promo for my best selling course entitled “How To Create Your Very First Profitable Online Course.”
For anyone who is interested you can grab the course for 50% by clicking here.
That course was created as a way to solve all of the following problems I’m about to talk about…
How Do I Create The Content For An Online Course?
One of the biggest problems beginners face is not knowing how to create the content for an online course.
It can feel overwhelming to have to record video and put everything all together but I’m here to tell you that it’s not as hard as you might think.
There exists a lot of software on the web that really makes it easy to put together a video of your computer screen or an online power-point and then record your voice over it. In fact a lot of this software is even FREE as well which is super cool!
Creating the content for a course is not as hard as you think, don’t let it scare you.
How Do I Pick a Course Topic That I Know Will Sell?
Another very common question and a very important one. How do you know if you course topic will allow your product to sell well?
My solution is to look for other courses on the same topic and see if they are selling well.
Chances are if someone else created a MailChimp Email Marketing Course that is selling very well, there’s no reason why your course cannot do just as well.
What If I’m Not an “Expert”
One of the most common mental roadblocks that a lot of my students experience is thinking that they are not “good enough” or knowledgeable on their topic to create a course.
I’m living proof that you don’t need to be an expert to sell online courses.
I’m not an expert on anything I teach, which is why I generally teach beginner and basic types of courses.
All you need to know is more than the person you are teaching to sell them a paid product.
I Don’t Have a Blog or Audience To Sell My Course To
This is a legit problem and you will need traffic and you will need to learn how to build an audience if you want to make a full-time income teaching BUT you don’t need any of those things in order to get started selling online courses.
In fact in my course I show you how to make your first $1000 online without even owning a blog or an email list.
If this sounds like you than you’ve come to the right place…
I’ve been able to skip this step by publishing my courses on popular marketplaces online like Udemy and Skillshare.
These are the most common problems that beginners who are looking to publish their first paid product or online course will come up against.
Once again if you would like my solution to all these problems you can grab it 50% off by clicking here.
What’s stopping you from publishing your first online course?