If you are coming from an academic background or a professional training company you may already have a good idea of what the market will pay for your training course.
But for most individual course creators it can be very difficult to understand how to price your course.
Are you leaving money on the table because you are charging too little? Are you losing sales because you are charging too much?
So here are our top 3 tips for pricing your course in a way to get more sales:
The journey is going to be long, so make sure you pick something you love not something you just think is quick money makes. If you have to write 150 articles about your subject then you are going to have to care about it!
and this is before you have even built your course!
The best way to start selling anything is to build a list and a community first, if you have an engaged list of followers you are in a great position.
The world is inundated with Contrepreneurs, Fake Gurus and Get Rich Quick Scammers, all telling you that you can “automate your income”, or “build a list and retire.” Sadly the online course market is a go-to destination for these unscrupulous types.
Teachable has a host of great functions to build great landing pages for your courses. Multiple landing pages, Guarantee Buttons at checkout and that cool banner widget thingy that makes the header of your page look great. But the best hack right now is in the course information settings! Yes, I know that that is […]
First off, you need to decide what course you are creating. Hint: start with a mini-course (for details on how to select one see (The procrastinator’s guide to launching an Online Course in 2020!) Then you need to map out your course plan Freemind (https://sourceforge.net/projects/freemind/) is mind mapping software that can help you make sense of all […]
FFS, just do it already!! No seriously, it’s time! The market for online courses has gone full-on Formula 1, world land speed record-breaking, bat-sh*t crazy! If like any good Procrastinator you are still sitting and mulling over the idea of creating or even launching your online course. Then its time to make some less than […]