So first, before we begin talking about what type of content you should create, who to create it for, and how to create it, let’s define what content is. Content is any type of information geared towards a specific audience. Content can come in the form of social media posts, eBooks, videos, blog posts, etc. So, if it is information with a purpose, it is considered content.
If you have not implemented a content marketing strategy in your business, you are leaving leads and money on the table. Content marketing is one of the best and proven methods to attract followers, grow a tribe, and generate more sales and more money in your business.
Some people think finding students for your online course is more daunting than actually creating an online course. But I know for a fact that finding your ideal student is not hard. It’s super easy and here’s why, your student is usually right under your nose. All you have to do is take a little time to find them and attract them to you. Here's how:
How would it feel if launching your online course was easy and didn't require an exhausting, icky schedule? How would it feel if all your hard work of promoting your online course really paid off resulting in a $20,000 pay day when your cart opened? It's really not hard to do! Why do I say that?
If you know anything about Corporate America, you know that managers and stakeholders pay BIG BUCKS to have people help them create online courses. This is mainly because they understand the value of online courses and how improving someone’s skill directly impacts a company’s bottom line. Okay enough of that corporate lingo...
If you are anything like me, you have put off creating your online course for a few reasons. But what I hear from most course creators is that the technical side of creating an online course is more frightening than childbirth (eek)!
Here are some reasons why you may be scared poop-less of the technical side of online course creation.
Are you an influencer? Okay, you might not be sure. But let me stress, having a large social media following doesn’t necessarily make you an influencer, but it can help. Here’s how to know if you are an influencer.
So, you are still in your 9 to 5 or day job. Maybe you are even a stay-at-home mom but regardless of where you are, you are struggling to carve out time to become an entrepreneur and finally start your business idea or start growing your business.
When we were kids we were fearful of so many things, right? If you were like me, I was afraid of going out in the sun (I didn’t want cancer). I was afraid of bugs (anything that crawled other than a baby, freaked me out). And I was afraid of being caught (my mom always had a belt with my name written on it).
Do you want to make money doing what you love? Take a moment and visualize with me. You wake up, no alarm clock. You throw on your robe, head to the kitchen to get your morning coffee (or smoothie if you're like me).
Busy is not the word for a mompreneur. Maybe the word that describes us best has yet to be created because the job of a one woman show keeps us BEYOND busy. And because of that, we get very overwhelmed…quickly. So these tips will help you avoid overwhelm so that you can get your course done and ready to sell. No kidding around!
Bloggers have a pretty hectic life, I know because I am one. ;-)We are always trying to find ways to be juggle being creative while producing good quality content for our audience. A day in the life of a blogger could look something like this: three coaching sessions, strategy meeting about marketing ideas, managing work for clients, and trying to squeeze in time to do what you do best…blogging, lol.
Are you ready to earn money creating an online course? What if I told you, you could earn an extra $4,000 or more a month in business income just by creating an online course? I know you are thinking hells yeah where do I sign up! No matter what phase of entrepreneurship you are in, creating an online course will do wonders for your business.
I believe that every entrepreneur, no matter at what stage, has come to terms that they need an email list. I even realized it a year into owning my own business because I found it very difficult to get people to purchase products from me (it’s difficult for people to buy from you when they don’t know who they heck you are).
Being in business for myself for a few years now has taught me some critical things. The one most important thing is that no matter how much someone likes, hearts, or smiley faces your post, you are no closer to getting to know them and building a strong relationship with them than getting to know a stranger as they pass by you on the streets.
Creating a course is an awesome way to reach masses of people with your expertise. If your goal is to help others with things you’ve learned along the way, packaging your experience is a sure way to gain more authority in your field and grow your community
When I first began brainstorming business ideas, I figured I knew immediately what my business was going to be. I was an instructional designer (someone who creates training) so it was a no brainer, right? Wrong!
Are you ready to leave your 9 to 5 or just want have a side hustle? The best way to make money online is to learn how to create and sell digital products? There are so many digital products that you can create easily and get ready to sell in no time.