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Everyone has a unique set of knowledge and experience. What if you could use those assets to market your own online course and generate additional income?
It’s possible if you have the right tools.
Online courses allow you to share your knowledge with the world and get paid for it at the same time. This guide will teach you not only how to market your online course, but also how to boost your sales.
Before You Create Your Online Course
Does the thought of using technology intimidate you?
Do you avoid using new applications, phones, or computers because of your age, ignorance, or past experiences or failures?
Do you think it’s too late to reinvent your business?
The term “digital product” might sound like an oxymoron. After all, a product is something you can hold in your hands, right?
In fact, digital sales trump physical sales in several industries. Music, for instance, has shifted from tapes and CDs to digital files. According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, 50 percent of the recording industry’s sales in 2016 came from digital revenues. Only 34 percent came from physical format sales.
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Think of drip marketing as a spigot that leaks interesting, useful, and persuasive content into your prospects' devices. You can use a drip campaign for email or text marketing. It's also used for social media, though less often.
If you want to market your online courses more effectively, a drip campaign could help you build your audience and inspire brand loyalty.
Drip content works for two different mediums when it comes to online courses:
- Email campaigns: Generate excitement about your online courses through drip email marketing.
- Course delivery: Let your students experience your course segments over a period of time so they don’t feel overwhelmed.