Are you a coach, consultant, or some other “expert”? Do you make a living helping others by sharing that expertise? Have you maxed-out on the number of clients you can work with? Or, hit an income ceiling in your business?
Or, are you just tired of trading hours for Money?
If that sounds like you, then maybe it’s time to learn how to leverage your expertise and your time by packaging your knowledge into online courses. That way you can serve thousands of people without having to be there in person (or via the phone).
Online courses provide a passive income stream.
That means you do the work once to create the course, and then you earn money, month after month after month, with little to no additional time invested on your part.
That’s called leveraging yourself.
And it’s a great way to grow your business and help more people without having to work more hours.
However, if you want to earn good money from your courses, and really help your students, you need to create a high quality course.
It needs to be a course people want.
And, it must share information that’s in demand and people are willing to pay for.
In this course, you will learn…
How to decide WHAT to teach so people will pay to take your courses
How to create a course outline that easily translates into an online course
How to create the presentations you’ll need to shoot your video lessons
4 different types of video lessons and how to create each one
How to name your course so more students find it
What you need to include in your course in addition to video lessons to enhance your students’ learning and keep them coming back for more courses
What you need to do BEFORE you shoot your course videos to ensure your course will be top quality and quickly approved by any marketplace you publish it to.
The equipment you’ll need to create your course and where to get it.
The software you’ll need and how to use it.
And the equipment you can wait to buy until you start earning money.
How to record, edit, and produce your course videos, even if you’ve never shot videos before.
The technical specs you need to ensure your videos are the correct format to play on the web.
How to create an animated branded bumper for all your course videos so your course looks professional and it’s less likely to be pirated.
How to name all your course files to keep them organized and make it easy to upload them to multiple websites (or even have someone else do it for you).
The desire to create a high-quality online course
Computer, video camera, and software (if you don't already have I will teach you what you need in this course)
The willingness to invest in a minimum amount of equipment to shoot, edit, and produce a high quality online course.
Software demos in this course are done on a Windows, however I share options for those who are working on a PC.