How do you handle your competition? What if you could find solutions where you both win and so do your students? Abdo Riani shares how to leverage the audience of indirect competitors, those who offer complementary and supplementary products, instead of fighting for the attention of their audience.
Have you thought of traveling and still being able to meet your job demands? In this episode, we get insights from Ashley Logsdon, who has been traveling full-time with her family.
Do your courses sell as many as you would like? Do you have a marketing strategy in place? In this episode, I share 3 effective strategies to automate your course marketing. Imagine having a marketing strategy in place that works FOR you 24/7?
Copywriting is critical for online business success in this in this digital age. A well-written copy goes a long way towards converting readers to customers, otherwise, people visiting your website or blog will scroll down and move over to the next one.
I’ve been in business since 2003 and have learned a LOT. I share how to grow your business efficiently and lessons I have learned along the way.
Are you an expert? Do you get overwhelmed with all the parts in creating an online course? I give my honest thoughts on how to know if your “expert enough” and how to overcome imposter syndrome so you can serve your audience more effectively.
Struggling to find your audience? Not happy with the results you’ve gotten in your business and online course? Sara Anna Powers and I talk about these topics and she how has scaled to a multi 6 figure business so quickly.
Do you want to travel the world consulting with companies? What if you could license your courses to these companies who pay per user? In this episode, Kimanzi Constable shares how he does it.
This podcast is for beginners and experts alike. So whether you don’t have a course or have many you’ll learn something about how to 10x your online course business.
I’ve interviewed successful course creators. I’ve also coached course creators and created courses of my own as well as for large companies and have found that there are differences in ones that succeed and ones that don’t.