It's possible that creating a digital course has never even crossed your mind. But, here me loud and clear when I say, every business should consider adding a digital course to their revenue plan. We all have something to teach, and when you use an online course (e-learning) to help people learn new skills or work through a process you can make a greater impact without having to spend extra time in your business.
Digital Courses make it possible for you to help more people than you can when you're trading time for dollars or only able to serve people in your local community through in-person services.
There are so many business categories that have online courses, so don't overlook this opportunity for you and your business. Hairstylists, artists, personal stylists, therapists, coaches, interior designers, coffee shops, restaurants, lawyers, financial advisors, CPA's, real estate agents...the list goes on and on.
In this very special episode, I interview the one and only, Amy Porterfield to talk about how you can start creating a digital course.
You'll learn how to come up with a course topic, how to discover your next steps in creating a course, and you'll hear Amy's advice on how to overcome the fears you may have inside of you.
About Amy Porterfield:
Amy Porterfield is an online marketing expert and the host of the top-ranked podcast, Online Marketing Made Easy. Before building a multi-million dollar digital course business, Amy worked with mega-brands like Harley-Davidson and Peak Performance Coach, Tony Robbins, where she oversaw the content team and collaborated on ground-breaking online marketing campaigns. Through her bestselling courses and popular podcast, Amy’s action-by-action approach proves that even the newest online entrepreneurs can bypass the overwhelm, and instead generate exciting momentum as they build a business they love.
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