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Why sell coding courses?
First and foremost, software developing is one of the fastest growing careers today, with a strong outlook in the future. What that means is if you are a coder with extensive knowledge, there’s an amazing opportunity for you to make more income teaching other people how to code.
Sadly, most coders looking to start a business take a riskier route. They create physical products, hold inventory, and sign leases in the hopes people will show up or buy their products. Unfortunately, many of them fail.
But there’s a better and more proven way. That’s by joining the Knowledge Commerce revolution.
And coding has already proven to be a perfect fit for digital products and courses.
Today we want to specifically talk with those of you who are on the digital entrepreneurial fence.
So if you’re someone who already has an online business selling courses or other informational products, we salute you! And while you’ll still get some gold nuggets from this post…this is more so written to help those who are still finding their way.
And maybe you’ve looked at everything from Shopify and selling physical products, to affiliate marketing and everything in between...
It’s a word YouTube Content Creators have become all too familiar with over the last year.
To put it simply, it’s YouTube’s ever-changing policies and guidelines for “policing” their platform.
Are you using Facebook ads to sell more of your online courses or coaching?
It’s an awesome option for those who’ve already generated sales with their courses and are looking to bring in new customers and scale.
But maybe you’re wondering what tweaks you could make to improve your ads performance?
Imagine you’re in a pickle. Not a literal aged cucumber, but one of those “financial pickles” even the greatest of entrepreneurs go through every now and then.
Maybe it’s a looming tax bill, unexpected medical expenses, or a daughter who so thoughtfully just crashed the new (and only) family car a day before you had a chance to get the insurance all set up.
Long story short…