3. You degrade your course’s perceived value. As a general rule, both online and offline, you get what you pay for.Since most buyers believe this to be true, this means that selling your course for a low price dramatically reduces its perceived value.If the price is cheap, the product must be cheap.
Amy Porterfield, who teaches online marketing to aspiring digital entrepreneurs, is one of many digital entrepreneurs whose courses have put them in the six-figure club. Even “traditional” millionaires have jumped onto the online course bandwagon, for example, author Seth Godin's AltMBA program and author Marie Forleo's B-School.
To begin the process, surprise, surprise, I watched a few webinars. Specifically offerings from four different gurus of the craft (Alanna Kaivalya, Amy Porterfield, David Siteman Garland and Casey Zeman. Now I do think all these people are awesome in their fields, but I did not purchase any of their webinar courses.
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Below is an email I received after attending Amy Porterfield’s webinar on.
Register for a free webinar with Amy Porterfield, Lewis Howes and Darren Rowse to be held his Wednesday here. Amy is the co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies and a social media strategist for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Check out her latest Facebook marketing course, FBInfluence, by watching this video here.
“Too many ideas sends the reader’s mind in too many directions. You can use any number of different stories, predictions, statements or promises, but they all have to support that one Big Idea that your reader will grasp immediately.” – Amy Porterfield. The Solution/Offer (Your Course!) This is where you present your course.