I have so many online course stories for you guys!
My book, Zero to Passion, was my first real online DIY program because I offered several different tiers of learning beyond just the book. (Fun fact: I still sell plenty of them today).
But that’s a story for another time…
Let’s get to the good stuff!
In this episode, I’ll share the inside story of how I got paid $7,000 to build my first, truly real, and purely online course, from a random idea. Plus I’ll also reveal the big mistake I made almost immediately.
The course is called The Networking Masterclass, and I created it for the Revolutionary Club because I knew that networking was a huge key skill related to building a career and finding your passion.
What I didn’t know was if my audience also understood that, or if they did, if they would want to spend money for online networking help.
If they did, I thought this would be a wonderful way to help serve my community and add a DIY course to my arsenal.
But before I poured tons of time into building the course, I wanted to see if I was right that my community would be interested.
Turns out I was!
But also being right wasn’t enough…
Listen to the full episode to hear:
- Why it’s worth it to vet your audience’s interest in your course idea before you commit to creating content
- Why audience interest is not the same thing as a funnel or sales strategy
- How to reframe a failed launch as good data
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