Video courses are one of the best ways to teach an in-depth topic to an audience, but if your true goal is education then you need interactive content to help your course members succeed.
Earlier this year, I launched my first video course: The Get Noticed!™ Theme Unlocked.
As I was building the course, I paid a lot of attention to what other people built into their membership sites.
Most course builders focus on high-quality videos, but written material is often half-hearted, at best.
I’m a huge fan of the celebration of success. When something great happens, revel in it! But real growth comes from taking a hard look at the mistakes behind the curtain of success.
Nearly three months ago, I launched my first membership site.
Overall, I thought the launch went very well:
- I found the perfect harmony of software to use,
- I designed a high-converting landing page, and
- I hit my initial goal of $10,000 in sales.
Not too shabby!
After countless hours of research, I settled on 10 essential tools that I used to make over $10,000 off my first launch.
In the world of online business, getting started can be the hardest part. That initial traction—or lack thereof—is what projects entrepreneurs along a path of success or failure.
I’d been blogging consistently for about a year when I was ready to create a new business.
I looked at successful entrepreneurs like Michael Hyatt, and thought,
They’ve got so much going on, and it all seems to work. I guess I’ll just do everything at once!
Yup, you guessed it. That didn’t last long.