Creating Courses That Sell – Free Training

If you are creating an online course then chances are you are interested in selling it – and with good reason.

Creating an online course business doesn’t require a lot of up-front capital.

You can get the wheels in motion during your off hours, and once it’s launched and generating profit you can focus on scaling.

Granted, this is a “perfect world” scenario.

The reality is that while the steps are simple for getting a course business up-and-running, it is not always easy.

Learn From The Best

There are many people out there giving away great advice for creating and selling courses, but there are many who are not as well.

My friend Troy Dean has made over one million dollars (yes, $1,000,000+) in revenue from his LearnDash powered online courses. For a limited time he is putting on free training to teach you exactly how to do the same.

You will learn things like:

  • Optimum course structure
  • Pre-launch strategies
  • Community building ideas
  • Tools he uses
  • and more!

The training is only available for a few days and is packed full of practical advice you can use right away. There isn’t any requirement to buy anything either, so no worries there.

Troy does offer a coaching program for people creating online courses but joining is completely optional and not directly related to the training that he is offering. I am sure he would love it if you did join but that’s up to you.

So if you are looking to learn from someone who has done it before you and is experiencing a lot of success, well then check out Troy’s free training while it is still available.

Author

Justin Ferriman is the co-founder and CEO of LearnDash, the WordPress LMS trusted by Fortune 500 companies, major universities, training organizations, and entrepreneurs worldwide for creating (and selling) their online courses. Twitter | LinkedIn

1 Response

  1. Hi Justin

    Thanks for this. Could you please check out diretsa.com and advice on anything glaringly wrong. Viva Learndash 🙂

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