marketing Aug 07, 2017
When you visit your mailbox every day, do you carry a stack of unsolicited flyers, postcards, circulars, and other advertisements?
That’s called outbound marketing. It’s a spray-and-pray approach that marketers use to spread their messages as far and wide as possible. They know that most of their ads wind up in the recycling bin.
Opt-in email is a completely different form of marketing. It’s an inbound approach that Seth Godin termed “permission marketing.” In other words, you’re getting your prospect’s permission to receive communications from your brand.
Why is that important?
Our number one core value at Kajabi is helping our users share their passion online and become #kajabiheroes, while making the journey as easy as possible.
One of the ways we do this is with a built-in shopping cart inside Kajabi that makes getting paid for your work struggle-free.
But we understand there are some limitations to the current system and sometimes you need additional functionality to really grow your business…
That’s why we’re excited to announce that we have officially released our PayPal integration to the world!
Welcome to the second half of our Create An Online Course Mega-Guide!
If you are brand new to this course creation series, then you have got to check out part 1 and part 2 before you dive right into building your course. All of these elements are so important to building a well-rounded business and setting your course up for the best possible outcome.
Now that you've built your foundation with a CEO mindset and you’ve set up the framework you need to support your course, here comes the part where we bring it all together: taking your knowledge and building your course.
You want to create your own online course.
And, let’s be honest, you really want that rad Kajabi Hero t-shirt...
But where do you start?
If you've never done a webinar before, chances are, you want your first experience into this territory to be perfect.
But the truth is there is no such thing as a perfect webinar.
Tech glitches and issues happen. You may stumble over your words or lose your slides. But the most important element for hosting a successful webinar is all in your mindset; taking action with confidence.