Online courses are amazing vehicles for generating passive income. The big question here is, can you really validate if your course idea is worth the effort? In the vast online world, market demand is critical. If you think that your expertise is too mainstream to earn a profit, or too under the radar to click, clearly it’s time to evaluate it. Thankfully, there are plenty of tools and tips that can help you measure your ideas’ profitability.
For some, the idea of building a course is already a handful. Everyone thinks it’s an extremely time-consuming task (or you could say it’s a whole project!) to add to your plate. While yes, it does take a while to make, it doesn’t take you as much time as you might think. Here, we’ll be talking about five reasons you should really consider building your course PLUS, some actionable steps you could take that’ll make things easier for you to get started. Also, as a bonus, I’ll also be talking about some of the downsides of having a successful membership site instead of a course. So, are you ready? Let’s get crackin’!
Should you build an online course or a membership site?…especially for those who do freelance— charge per hour, bill per project, or those who require a constant amount of time when working. What are the benefits of building a course vs building a successful membership site for your business? I’ve been a coach during my early days of building my business. I’d impart my knowledge, my skills, and my expertise to others who need it day in and day out… and it was a fun experience. I got to meet a lot of people, help them out with their own businesses and learned a lot of things in the process.