What are the detailed steps to make a web course? (Part 2)
Hosting your Course
In this step, you ought to decide what is best for you and your students in terms of hosting your course. You should explore employing a standalone course management system or an all-in-one platform if you would like to create a sustainable business which will provide income for years to return and allow your business to scale and grow. There are strong players within the market to think about for your learning management system. These include Kajabi, Thinkific, and Teachable to offer you a couple of examples. Some Course Creators feel comfortable hosting their course on their own website with a plug-in like Course Cats.
Selling your Course
Facebook ads and webinars are the tools of option to promote your online course. The key thing to recollect during this stage is to warm up your audience and build the “know, like, trust” factor before you approach them to shop for your online course. You can attract your ideal customer through Facebook ads then send the ad to a blog post with a free giveaway, so you will build your email list. Private Facebook groups or LinkedIn groups for your business are another good way to create trust together with your audience. This step takes time and it is vital to start out building your audience together with your ideal customers before you would like to sell your online course.
Support your Customers
This step often gets overlooked. The power of a personal Facebook groups specifically created for your paying clients is priceless. In your group, members can help answer questions and provide support. It is also a way for you to answer questions from your group via a Facebook live on a weekly or bi-weekly basis so all members can benefit from your answer. Some Course Creators use Slack as a support platform for his or her customers but supported my personal experience a personal Facebook group for your paying customers works best when managed properly.