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How to Create a Small Course that Sells Big

If we want to take our businesses to the next level and create sustainable success, selling online courses is vital. What content should we be offering? How can we get our mailing lists interested in the courses, and how could we use the courses themselves to sell our other products? On this episode, I’m sharing how to create a small course that sells big.

Leverage your knowledge and particular way of doing things into something you can sell: an online course. -Dana Malstaff

3 Things We Learned From This Episode

  • Courses need to be a part of your business plan. The course can be on anything, from business processes to how to make a candy apple. The important thing is, you’re teaching your audience something.
  • Small courses are a great way to make money while promoting your products. In 30 minutes or less, you’re adding value to the client while making money on the course itself and potentially making more sales of congruent products.
  • To get a small course to sell, offer your mailing list small tidbits of content congruent with the course content.

We should never depend solely on our websites to make sales. We need to be sharing our products as much as we can, through as many platforms as possible. Building a small course is an effective platform to promote our businesses, all while making money in the process. Give your clients something of value at every turn, and you’ll sell big.

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