Frequently Asked Questions

Karen Davies
How do I get started?

When you start thinking about creating a digital course, it can start to feel overwhelming as you may be stepping into an area that perhaps you haven’t explored before. It’s perfectly normal.

The best place to start is by asking yourself, what is it you want and how much money do you want to make? Now you may start to feel uncomfortable at this point because it can be really difficult being completely honest about your financial desires but I encourage you to do this and to think big.

This gives you a powerful starting point to work from. If you know what you want and the financial rewards that you desire, you can then get to work to make them a reality.

When it comes to getting started with creating a digital course, success comes from planning. This involves getting clear on the following 4 key areas:

  • What do you enjoy teaching?
  • Where can you add the most value and make a difference?
  • Who do you want to teach?
  • How do you want your students to feel once they have completed your course?

Once you are clear on these questions, you can then start thinking about your course topic and what that might involve.

Now you may find it easier to flip the question and ask yourself ‘what outcome do I want to facilitate?’. This is just another approach to deciding what to focus on. Once you have this nailed then it’s time to validate your course idea.

In the Programme you will be guided on how to get started with your digital course so that you can be confident in your creation as you move forward.

How do I deliver my content?

So let me start by asking you, how do you like to learn?

The reason for this question is because everyone consumes information differently. What works for one person may not work for another so your style of delivery will ultimately be determined by your audience that you are looking to teach. There are many approaches to this and multiple ways of creating and delivering content effectively. By understanding your audience and what their needs are, you can then dive into creating compelling content that they cannot wait to consume.

We will look at how to deliver your course in the most compelling, engaging and creative way so that you can feel confident that your students will complete your course.

How do I price my course?

There’s no hard and fast rules to this because the truth is that courses can range from £5.00 to £5,000. It all depends on the type of course, the value provided, the audience it is aimed at, your experience and the pricing strategy you choose to sell your course. There are many things to consider however what I will say is that, when it comes to selling a digital course, it’s planning for volume as the goal is to consistently sell your course over and over again.

This Programme will dive into pricing strategies and how to price your digital course effectively.

What if no one buys my course?

First let me reassure you that this concern is very common but let me also say that they will. I promise.

By taking the time to really understand who your audience is, what they struggle with and how you can best help them, you can then confidently validate your idea and prove there is market demand for your digital course. Once you know this to be true then you can then set about, creating a powerful course that transforms lives and makes a difference.

If you spend the time properly planning out your course and validating your course idea then you will be on your way to creating course success.

This Programme will help you create a mindset dedicated to success.

Ready To Get Started?

Creating passive income streams can be overwhelming, but our advice is don’t do it alone.

Regardless of what stage you at in the process, we would encourage you to pick up the phone and together we can discuss your ideas to formulate a plan of action.

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