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"course academy" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

02:30 min | Last month

"course academy" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

"When I was first doing facebook lives I fumbled through my core content. A didn't come out seamlessly and that's just part of your growth. You're GonNa have to practice and you could practice on your own like while you're driving in your car start talking about some your core content or you just show up on facebook lives fumble through a little bit knowing that that's part of your growth. Be Kind to yourself. It gets easier now fast forward today I. just wrapped up another launch of my Digital Course Academy program and we did the super long prelaunch runway with tons of facebook lives, tons of QNA and if you caught any of them, you probably noticed I felt incredibly comfortable answering.

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"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"Course workbook template I took the design and did the strategy for you, and now you get to launch with a thoughtfully crafted workbook. You'll also get my instant essentials. It is my sixty day implementation blueprint for INSTAGRAM, how to show up how to craft your content and how to make sure that you are leading into your launch window, and lastly I am sharing a simplified evergreen model based off of how we do automated courses. And get sales while we sleep. So I am handing over my email templates, my add copy templates and sharing behind the scenes of our automated workflow. You can get all of this for free when you join DCA, this is over one thousand, one, hundred, and thirty six dollars value for free. When you join at DC a with Jenna Tom that's D. C. A. WITH JENNA DOT COM I am so so excited to welcome in. The new students to the Digital Course Academy on behalf.

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"So two things that people have right now because remember like no business no following no email list about C. two weeks after I resigned for my job I think you need one the desire to learn a repeatable process. So this is something that you're going to learn. You're going to be able to use not only in your first year of business in your sixth. Year of business in beyond and I think you can morph it into whatever works best for Your Business, and then the second thing I think that you need in order to be successful with this program is you need to be comfortable with taking that like imperfect action where you just get comfortable knowing that okay I might not be one hundred percent clear on who I want. To serve or what exactly I'm going to teach, and you won't always have the answers. So I think the earlier you get comfortable with that kind of feeling and the ability to just make decisions and learn in revise and repeat along the way I think that will help you not only in this program, but just as an entrepreneur so just those two things and I think. Those aren't things that people have to really wait to obtain. So, good Danielle. We're can everybody check you out, watch your launch unfold. Cheer you on give us all the places they can connect I love this. So I'm probably most active on instagram and you can find the at at Danielle underscore slagle underscore and my new beautiful website is now is now open in. That is at Daniel's legal dot com and then we also have a killer facebook group, which is imperfect action by Danielle slagle on facebook. So those are all of the places that you can find me online. Thank you so much for coming on for sharing your success and for just letting me celebrate with you formally you know that I've been hearing you on behind the scenes but nothing brings me more joy watching women just take it and run, and that is one hundred percent what you've done in more. Thank you so much for having me. The love is so mutual and I hope that I can continue to just tell you how much you impacted. Me leaving my job and really getting here. It really is full circle and I'm just so grateful. I found you. I love nothing more than hearing from students who take this massive leap of faith and dive on into something that might feel scary. But then take action. These students were successful because they implemented what they learned and they took on a mentor and they said I am going to exchange money to save me time. And I recognize in today's world of us not always possible on that. You can be successful whether you invest or not. But for these students I hope that you could hear just glimpses of what's possible for you through their stories through their hesitations in their fears and their doubts but also through their triumphs in the way that they've continued to learn and grow and invest in that I, also want to invite you inside of Dca and beyond the Digital Course Academy to get your hands on my genyk cooking DCA. -perience included in that. You will get my dca cliff notes I went through the entire brand new program and I am sharing the biggest takeaways you need to look out for what you should be taking action on and my own spin on Amy's teachings. You'll also get my email list accelerator mini course were I will show you how to turbo charge your list to lead up to your launch I'll give you a customizable..

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"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

05:10 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"So I think it came down to the things that we are honestly so close to so I would have never considered myself. A sales expert in almost kind of makes me like cringe a little bit saying it because it's just something that honestly comes so natural to me whenever I'm talking to anyone about their business, I'm always just curious on how they are bringing people into their business, how their nurturing them, their pricing, our product suite I always want to talk about like the things that nobody wants to talk about like negotiation and objection handling, and so finding out that all of those things make other people like very squeamish. Allowed me to identify something that I'm really comfortable with and that I wanted teach people that they also can be comfortable with and it'll help them in their business. So you're right actually launching for the sixth time, and this is like all the praise Modi's I live todd it five times. So that's never been recorded before. And it's never been more beautiful than it than it is going to be whenever it launches on September ninth. But yeah, it truly is something that came so easy to me that I wanted to make other people almost comfortable with and simplify, and so that's exactly what I did. I love that and one hundred percent and we've seen this actually. Have watched. So many people transform in start to understand like wait I thought I was really good at this, but here's my real superpower or when we can call out like someone else's gifts and so often people are so close to their own genius that they just think it's common or everyone knows this or this is nothing new when really it's like life altering mind-blowing for someone else it's so true and I think the more that you talk to people in engage the more. You end up learning that. I, think it's when we want to do it all ourselves or we want to sort of figure it out on our own where it becomes so much that we end up doing nothing but the more you can reach out and engage with other people and and find out even where they're struggling or what they want to be better at. You may think, Oh, my goodness that was something I would never have thought about, but it really is incredibly valuable. Yeah. What was like logging in going through DC a like for you like when were you able to take a deep breath and say, this was the right choice because I feel like whenever we make a big investment or take that big leap of faith were almost waiting to like prove ourselves wrong like you wrong. You shouldn't have done this wasn't for you when Did you take that I sigh of relief. Okay. So I love this question and this is why so I think whenever I first logged I I'd only ever purchased one course prior to this and when logging into DCA and knowing that it had like these beautiful videos and these beautiful resources in it almost felt if you were learning in like a one to one..

todd Modi
"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"Who I make the first course for and so I WANNA work with people one on one. Because, amy she mentioned that in the course over and over she says, you know if you haven't done the one on one, do it because it will help you get in your ICA it'll help you start to test out different resources, see what you're saying and over again, start to put together your framework and she was absolutely right like I came out of that with a clear framework I came out of it knowing the pain points. Anyway. Yeah. So that that especially with a very helpful exercise. I love that Chrissy. What would you tell someone if they are on the fence and they're like I don't know I. Don't have an email list. I don't know if I'm an expert I don't know if it's too complicated. What would you say? I would say. If you have a passion and you know you have knowledge you WANNA. Get out into the world DCA is is an invaluable investment. You could to help you have the roadmap and the step-by-step for how to get started with it. I'm the kind of person that's a little bit more of a slower starter I like to observe and take my time before I jump in. So even though I was spending those twelve weeks really learning and implementing slowly my action taking with a little bit more slow paced methodical. I still got so much out of it because I got to observe. Amy's teaching. It gave me a vision of kind of course I wanted to create, and it also helped me with my overall business strategy. Like I went into it knowing okay. I want digital courses to be a big part of what I do. And so part of why it took a little more time as because I wasn't saying Yes to every consulting opportunity that came my way. Does that make sense? Yes. One hundred percents. Oh my gosh. Yes chrissy where can Find you and connect with you and listen to your podcast and check out your education gives all of the places. Okay..

Amy Chrissy
"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"What was it like when you logged into? DCA like how did it feel? How was the course experience for you? How is amy as an instructor Kinda give us the scoop for someone that's like the fence now, I don't know if this is for me. A. Logging into DCA was empowering I would say I think amy has done such an amazing job thinking through not only the content but the experience. So even the fact that she decided to drip the content I think was very wise. It's a lot of information and she gives you everything you need. It's very detailed, very thorough and step by step, and so it felt so manageable just to know that. Okay. Here's this one module and I have a full week to work through it before the next one drops. And she also does such a great job of taking the pressure off. One of the things I was a little concerned about was, how was I going to keep up with? You had a fulltime job at the time to kids which I still has. And she gave us a calendar. I remember she gave us a pdf that helped us pace ourselves with sort of like which do you WanNa? Pick. And she spoke to all three of them and made them all valid. You know to the point where I thought okay. I'M GONNA take the slow track I'm GONNA allow myself six months to implementer for it was. And so yeah, logging in felt good because I knew I had time to do it. I knew I had lifetime access and I knew I, could go at my own pace. Yes Tell. Me About the course that you just launched. What is your course because I love what you t done? Yet. So I just did a workshop course and that's actually something that I learned about through Amy's through DC as well and felt more manageable for me. So I did a two hour workshop through math educators and it's all about how to increase access to grade level math using discussion based teaching. So. One of the biggest challenges for Middle School High School math teachers is when students have unfinished learning from previous grades. And it can be really tricky situation to know. Do you go back and teach prior level content you move forward if grade level and some of it's going to go over the kids heads and so I've. Created live really pulled together a lot of strategies and done work with teachers and leaders to try to figure out some easy through sort of low lift ways to increase the access to grade level content. And so yeah, it was a success. It was actually last week. It's so cool. It was so fun getting to watch you launch and what I love and I think so many people are hesitant about is there like way are people actually going to be like willing to pay for this? Am I to specific and when you said what your offer was, it's a niche like that. That is for a specific audience and I think it allows you to make an even bigger impact in the students that you get to teach will thank you I mean, yes. The way I tell people I pretty much quadruple niche I think. because. It's not just teachers, but it's math teachers, middle school and it's this. Problem. Yeah. But it's amazing. They say the riches are in the niches and I just think to the richness in devalue value that you can provide lies in the specificity that you offer. So that people are like, yes, this is exactly created for me what I need in mind I wanNA know Chrissy..

Amy Middle School High School instructor DC
"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"This has been one of the best like benefits that were on expected of being involved with DCA and getting it with your community. I have been able to meet so many other like minded leaders entrepreneurs who are just chasing their passions in their dreams and we all have our own unique abilities. We have our own skill sets and when you can find a best year that can just compliment what you're doing so well, it really opens up so much more opportunity. It opens up your thought on where you're. In grow and it really allows you to champion one another and the best way possible. So it's been so incredible to partner with people like Danielle and Hillary, and on and all of these incredible entrepreneurs to step in and say, Hey, you have something offer I have something to offer what if we combined this and created a joint course or a program or you know we're able to kind of take the best of each of our world and serve our audience in the best way and that was unexpected. But one of the biggest benefits of this is that collaboration.

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"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"It to have an impact but I did dedicate myself to doing it, and that actually was one of the stipulations of taking the role was like I'm also running this business and I just need to make sure you guys are aligned with that and okay with it because I'm not GonNa stop and we were which is really incredible because not a lot of companies are. So I started doing wild in conjunction running the business. And raising three babies and so it was a crazy year twenty nineteen into the first half of twenty twenty. But when covert hat in March there was an opportunity to really step up and serve my audience online in a very intentional way and so in doing that and showing up and really creating programs and courses at aligned with what they needed during the season, it had propelled my business into being able to quit that fulltime job and be able to scale to the rate that I'm at right now, I have now since shifted into running a full-blown marketing agency, which is so exciting 'cause I get the chance and the privilege. Yes, it's so great but I get the privilege to. Know, employ other people and help them to enhance their strengths and it just is. It's so great. It's just full circle to come to where I am right now and I don't know that it would have happened at this rate or at this level had this year not brought what it did and so in a lot of cases I, think it's been really tough year for everyone but in trying to look through the positives of it, I see the benefits of what it's brought my business in how by extension that has helped impact so many lives and that is one of the most fulfilling feelings you can have as a business owner. One of the things I love that you talk about Nicole is diversifying your income. Similar For just because I think that when I think of your story, you've been able to pivot which I have coined the word of two thousand twenty..

business owner Nicole
"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"That that felt like there was so much purpose in that beyond just a paycheck beyond just even my own personal financial security for myself my family like it just grew and went. So, much bigger than that I have such a passion for helping women of color like myself and just being able to do that to create that opportunity for our families and our lives and kind of pivot and change a lot of you know maybe the path we would have been on otherwise. So it's a lot of self discovery when you're in this mode of what do I do now but if you allow yourself to really dive into that and to observe and you know really think about what matters to you most, it's incredible. What can come from? well, you're such a good example to of redefining success for yourself and I think so many of us are taught there's this one path that you must take in order to be truly successful and I think that I've been able to just kind of watch you carve your own path as a busy mom of three. And kind of force in Entrepreneurship I. WanNa Know How you know what made you take the leap of faith to invest in any porterfield program because you're a learner like when I think Asu. Lifelong learner she is all in on learning. What made you say this is it in this is a program that I can learn from. Yeah I definitely feel like I've grown up as an overachiever pit and just constantly wanting to learn and grow and push through like if there is an issue or a problem I'm like it's we will figure it out we'll find the solution will learn how to do it. It's all good I think that's what makes me such a great strategist it's also what helps me be a mom with such confidence I'm like you know what it's okay we're going to figure this out together So, having that mindset mentality is like, all right, I'm going to use this as an opportunity for me to learn and create a path to grow an online business. I knew that I wanted to be able to help other women, other leaders to market their businesses and market their personal brands. But I also wanted to do it in a way that would allow me to be a mom to my kids and present with them, and so the idea. Of creating kind of both of this hands on a bit of one on one of Ben of done for you kind of services..

Entrepreneurship porterfield Asu Ben
"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"Nicole before we hit recorded you manifested this moment and I'm so excited about that. You said someday, I will be on the podcast so I want. Yes. Welcome you to this manifestation being lived out. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you Jena. It's so great to be here. seriously. So grateful. So excited. So I have had the pleasure of just watching parts of your story unfold but tell me just a little bit about your journey that kind of landed you where you are today in two thousand and twenty. Yeah. It's kind of a crazy story and I always go back to really like my upbringing and the. Beginning because I feel like entrepreneurship has always been in my blood. But at the same time, there's always been this stunt of needing to climb the corporate ladder, get an education, get some stability, some security, and a lot of that came from the fact that my mom had me out a very young age. She was fifteen years old when she got pregnant with me and so it was. Really hard for us as a family growing up I seen her work three jobs back to back and I see my dad try to start job after job are an entrepreneurship journey after on journey and chase of the. Dream in just not happening for our family and one of the biggest things on both of their hearts was like all right getting education, get a stable job with some benefits and that is your ticket to the American dream. We are a Puerto Rican family and I was a first generation college graduate, and so all of that was like, okay, this is my mission. This is my goal and once I got there and graduated and got a secure job it was like oh Okay well, now, what I guess they just they just climb the corporate ladder as much as I can and try to chase this lifestyle at the same time I got married had kids yawned by the age of twenty five years old I had already reached vp of sales for fortune five hundred company was a momma to three boys and so there was a lot going on. Younger Age and you kind of get to this point sometimes in life or your dislike. Okay. But. Am I. Happy Doing this and is this what I'm passionate about and this worth the time away from my kids and away from my family in the way that I need to be and so I continued to grow and I stepped into the role of Director of marketing which got me. So excited because I was just running multimillion dollar launch campaigns month over month it was incredible is working with personal brands and I thought okay, I think. I've. Had it like I hit my rose on the corporate side I'm doing something a passionate about and I love and then the company shut down there was some issues mismanagement. We shut our doors and all of us were let go with two days notice. And.

Younger Age Nicole vp of sales Director of marketing
"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"Water, your heart races, your teeth chatter and your brain is shouting, did I really just do that but then there's this precious moment when you re surfacing take that first big gulping breath of air you climb your way out of the water, wrap yourself in your cozy Powell and think, Hey, that was actually super refreshing. You're telling everyone still standing on. The edge of the water you know it's a lot nicer once you get in these three students decided to take their own plunge by investing in themselves and enrolling in any Porterfield signature program the digital course academy. The doors are open right now, and this program is the gold standard for anyone who wants to create launch and scale an online course. That's exactly what Danielle and Christy Nicole I've done over the last year but investing in the program wasn't a decision that came lightly their fear and reservations could. Have prevented them from into the water could have held them back from all the successes they've seen since making the understandably fearful decision to invest. Sat you are you standing on the edge thinking shirt creating an online course sounds great but should I I really dive in? That's actually why Danielle and Chrissy and Nicole are on the gold digger podcast. Today they know better than anyone what is like to be where you are standing debating if this is the right jump, you'll hear their before during and after stories. Of Digital Course Academy, as well as reservations they had an how those went out the window as they started the course I'm so thrilled to have them here. So you can picture yourself in their successes. So learn more about digital course academy and take advantage.

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"course academy" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"Had a baby. I'm a mom. I figured out how to lose weight after a baby. Okay. You've got this course idea. It's super niche a great title. Now what do I do? Yes. Okay. So the first thing I want you to do is I want you to create a quick outline and this is really just in the form of a brain dump I do a masterclass about this topic, and in the first five minutes, I do what is called a thirty minute post party that I challenge everyone to do after the masterclass. So I love office supplies. So you grab your posted pack and you grab your Sharpie and You start to think, okay if I were to create a course about this winter, all the things I want to teach inside of that course and you just start writing every topic and put it on the board every topic I on your wall on your closet on your emir whatever. And so that's the first thing you do everything that you might want to teach, and then you do that for at least ten minutes. You gotTA push yourself if. you run out of ideas to say, well, if I did have an idea what might be then from there, you look at this wall and you should have a bunch of post it notes, and now you start to organize it like what would you maybe teach I like what would be the first thing they need to know. So you put that in the French, how about next and you start to organize all these post it notes around all. The ideas you had, and then the third thing is, did you miss anything to add something that really doesn't need to be in there right now it's like a little overkill, which is what most people do. So you start to prune or you start to add based on what you see. So this is a thirty minute exercise, and at the end of this, you have your very first airy rough draft of your digital course and we always say. Crappy first draft. It may be a crappy first draft of what you've done but you have something I'm the Queen of let's not reinvent the wheel or have to start from scratch all the time you never have to start from scratch again on this digital course you've already started. Yes. So from there, you can move it over to Google doc you can start getting into it even more but the post party all my students. Do this. It's the way just to get the ball rolling remember getting motion get more clarity. Yeah I love that the crappy first drafts yes. You have to do like you almost have to be willing to have a crappy verse chorus before you have a multiple six-figure as he launch now at Amy's help your obviously going to do better than if you just try to yourself but there is this humility and just you know. What you're not going to know until you know what? Until you get there and I think that is depending me of ready as ally. It's like you just don't know yet and I think getting that feedback is so important while you're in it to tell me if you advise people do this. So in the beginning I didn't know this was right or wrong I just wanted to have a pulse on my community when I. Started launching courses years ago I would have the concept have an edge about first thirty percent or forty percent of the videos done, and then I would sell it before it was complete because I was so excited about it I'm like, let me see if people even by this before I put it in more of the work anyway they started wanting it they started signing up, and then I finished the rest of the course. Because once they were in I, ask them for feedback and I figured out what what video would go into what week obviously. So wait sally-anne before it's complete success in. Yes. In funny you should say this because for years I didn't I was like so stressful to sell it and then have to deliver it and you got to like Hustle to get it done. But what happened was and this is like the beauty of. Online marketing and being your own boss is that I watch what my students were doing and they were they were pre selling even without my instruction and so I thought okay. This is what they want and it makes sense when you're just starting out, you want to validate the idea like what if nobody buys? Why create the whole course right? So you want to validate your idea number two little quick cash injection never heard. Anybody. Especially, if you don't have a lot of competence in the beginning that helps with that. So one million percent. So I, actually went back into studio re-recorded my entire digital, course academy program from scratch and we changed everything around where now you presell, you do all the marketing, all the launching, and then once you have a concept that people will pay for. Then you create the course and you just deliver week by weeks. You do one module a week to get it out there, and so I really do think that is the best way to do it. Yeah. Okay. I was like I don't I don't know if this is crazy but murky it's so good. It's such a great idea it works and if you're somebody who needs a little fire under your but to get stuff done, then you gotta sell it because then you have to do. There's no turning back at that point and I think a lot of my students and I remember me too I. Think you that needs to just be like here. Go like push them out and say, just do it selling of course you're not. You're not gonNA give that money back so Happen Yeah. It's a force. For you ladies listening who need force functions to get them. I like that term force function Yup Force function should we? Okay I'm saying we us the collective listening yes. Should I start with an evergreen or alive course I have my thoughts on this but I love to hear yours. Okay. So I'm going to tell you mine. But if you're totally different promise me, you'll you'll tell me way and you're just asking all the questions I just die over love talking about says, okay really your podcast ever for the record I never get asking you these questions I'm all about the live, and here's why I believe there's magic in a live launch. Two reasons number one you're in real time with your audience they can ask you questions, you can make pivots. Answer Them Indiana where they feel special that you're actually paying attention. So there's magic in the live for your audience, but there's also magic in the live for you as a marketer if you're an entrepreneur and you have a business online, you are a marketer, your marketing online, and so if you can learn to pivot quickly and make new decisions and troubleshoot and.

Google Indiana Amy
"course academy" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"course academy" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Ever find and he's patient and he walks people through it. Click by click by click because I know this is a stumbling block. So also when you want to do something find a teacher who's GonNa be patient with you if this is your hangup find someone who gets it that will walk you through every step of the way and not just gloss over the tech that she's GonNa frustrate you even more Yeah and the Nice thing is pretty much any platform. You could even think to us, they have video tutorials, I. Know It's easy thing. Oh my gosh I need all these things that. I found myself doing this to over the years and ask yourself. Okay wait let's take it back. What is the easiest way for me to get started because otherwise you you delay delay things for weeks for months and think about all those people you could have helped during that time. So true and I love that you just said that every technology these days will have how to videos and how. To videos are good I back eleven years ago they were terrible but now they know that so many newbies. So many beginners are getting into this world because this is such a great time to get into the online world and create courses and create your your offers online. So they're slowing down in their the how to's are better than ever. So Bank on that as well. Yeah, for sure. Perfect. So our K. she says I want to do a program, but it feels too heavy right now, what are my options now amy before you answer this last question I thought this might be a good time to discuss the different program or course types that are available to us. I think a lot of coaches think every program needs to be a huge all the bells and whistles signature program with a lot of modules long videos, and that's a total misconception and I had that same misconception in the very beginning and it wasn't until I started going through digital course academy that I learned that that isn't the case and what A relief because now I've created all different types of programs but I was wondering if you could share a little bit more about that in the different types of programs to try to give our listeners and our k some ease of mind as far as what it takes to create a course. Yes I love this question. Okay. So I teased it a little bit earlier, but now get down into the details. So there are essentially four different types of courses to create, and then when little extra to get your feet wet if you like that idea. So first of all, there's a starter course in a starter course is really What I did with my very first successful course, I had a few crash and burns, in the beginning but the first time, I, had a successful course. It was a facebook marketing one zero one course. So just enough to get people started with facebook marketing but I wasn't building out their marketing plan I wasn't getting him huge transformations I wasn't diving into all the details just enough to get them started and it was priced at ninety seven. So a starter courses really usually between a hundred dollars to two hundred dollars it's a no brainer price for most and you do not need to throw everything in the kitchen sink in. there. So this is a really great way to get people into your world to start exploring who you are, what you're about how you teach and where you can offer value. So this is my favorite way to start your first digital course is with a starter course. The second type of course is spotlight course. This is taking one idea and going deep into it. So this is an example of the second thing I did when I was creating courses. Once I had a facebook one. Oh. One course my students started to say we like this but really what we want to know is facebook ads like specifically can you teach? US facebook advertising, and so I created a spotlight course where I just focused on that one main topic and the proud of this if we look at pros and cons, the pro of this is you just can focus on one thing and go deep. So you don't have to cover everything in feel overwhelmed in. So that's a huge pro on that one. Typically, spotlight courses are anywhere between two hundred and five hundred dollars, and then from there, you've got the signature course I, call this the Mac Daddy course, and with the signature course it is the whole Shebang, you are promising a total transformation so if we're looking in the Health and wellness world it might be how to lose fifty pounds or how to fully overhaul your diet or how to become a vegetarian or it might be the whole holistic like mind body spirit type. Of course, we're going to tap into all of that and you're promising transformation the end typically, this is from five hundred dollars all the way up to three thousand dollars and even more sometimes, and then the fourth type of course is a certification course. This is where people are going to go through your program and be certified to become something or something that you promise them that they can have a certificate and actually tell. People I've gone through this program this training here's my certificate. This is Mary advanced. Most people will never ever start here. You typically have many years of experience under your belt before you'd ever venture out into something like that, and then I promise you and idea to get your feet wet. One thing you can do is a workshop course in a workshop course is just a one hour or two hour training that you might charge one hundred, maybe two hundred dollars for and you typically deliver a workshop live. So you can think of it as like a paid Webinar people pay for it in advance they get a link to. Your Life Experience and they show up in, you teach them live, and then from there you do a QNA. So they ask questions and typically this is one very specific area. Let's use an example how to meal prep for the entire week how to shop had shoes the food had a planet all in advance how to stay on a budget how to get the food cooked into mill prepped in in your fridge like you could do a whole two hour workshop on that and people would pay for that because it's very specific and specialized. This is one good way. Had IT Kinda get get your feet wet with the digital course? ooh, that sounds like a kid that was so good at killing me I want to recast. So number one was a starter caught course that's like your entry level kind of one one type program number two is the spotlight course where you go deep on one topic three is your signature courses a total transformation and number four is a certification course which is more advanced and then number five, which I really love the workshop course I paid Webinar, and that's another great way to test your course idea. Yes for sure.

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"course academy" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"course academy" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Dot Com slash fire air so amy we're back and gave a little bit of a tease rate before the break about the biggest mistake that most first-time course creators make take break that down force. Yes so what I see. All the time is that my students tried to throw everything in the kitchen sink into their first. I course even if it's a signature course even if it's a full transformation start to finish that you're teaching. I still want you to pull back but here's how you do it. I you sit down open a Google doc and you just brained up everything you can think about this topic that you want to teach you put it in here but I teach my students inside my course that we do a lot of pruning. We take out a lot and we keep it simple. Your Students WanNa get from point a to point B as fast as humanly possible so we've gotta pull who'll back a lot and the question you want to ask is. Do they really need to know this in order to get the results that I want to get them so if we start with. What kind of results do you want to get. Your students is pretty easy to prune and pull back so that's the mistake I often see. You're putting too much into it. Here's the good news if you put less into your course but you make it really valuable and you get the results. You promised it's less work for you so this is actually a really good thing once you dial it in and you get the right mix of content ten the biggest mistake that most course creators make amy just broke down. Don't make that happen. Don't over think this kiss. Keep it super simple now. Amy I want to end with a bang because we need to choose the course. It's going to be the perfect fit for our business and you're gonNA help us take a step in that direction. Of course your web is going to help us take multiple steps in that direction and then of course digital course academy is going to bring it all the way home so what's that first step yes so the first step is actually to do the homework. I've already teased the idea and I wanna get really serious about this. You're going to spend the time time every time. An idea comes up. You're going to write it down now. This is important because we want your ideas on paper I but from there I want you to jump on Instagram facebook linked in anywhere in everywhere and I want you to ask what I call. Is The magic question or magic wand question so so I want you to ask the magic one question which is this is some version of this. You can write it down right now so you don't forget it. I'll repeat it again but here we go. It's if you could wave a magic wand and make your biggest challenge disappear. What would it be now. I pause there because let's say I'm a hair stylist. I and I teach other hairstylist how to build their business. I would say something like if you could wave a magic wand and make your biggest salon challenges disappear appear. What would it be so you insert your niece or the topic. You're thinking about and so that way you want them just to tell you anything and everything even if you don't have a big audience everyone who responds back to you you get into conversation with them. They'll tell you more. I promise you that if you ask a few more questions you have them drill down a little bit more. Your audience will tell you what they want. I I want you to think about these topics and then I want you to put that magic one question out there into social media. The Magic Wand question fire nation it is pure magic and something to add onto that I found a ton of success with and I got the idea from amy and one of our some town you that's why you're going to get so many more golden nuggets by actually attending listening and absorbing that contents is going in a question and answer cise like Cora and actually typing a question like that and just seeing what other people are asking questions about because that's their magic wand question to Oh and then you can take that knowledge and you can insert it into what you're creating and get step by step into one of those five digital courses that we talked about at the beginning beginning of this episode so amy the three behind the scenes secrets.

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"course academy" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"course academy" Discussed on Mixergy

"So that's a great question. But I do think the radio buttons of giving them since suggestions. And then, keeping one open-ended is helpful so that you can it just it allows the process to be easier for them. And then your Email software will based on what they said, fill in the blanks in the Email, and make sure that, yes, we will get to technology. Yes, we use fusion soft, and we use a tagging system on that survey in order to let us know what kind of Email they need to get during the funnel. I think actually you one point told me that there was an issue with infusion soft, but you didn't mention infusion soft and then it was another guest Tim Sykes who is listening to you. With me, who said which is miss it. What you what she didn't wanna tell you. It was infusion soft and that's the problem. I keep having this issue with them. There's just so tough to deal with been tough. Definitely. And I will tell you for all of our funnels we use infusion soft for all of our automative vinyls, we use infusion software. We also use plus this, you know, plus, yes, yeah. So we typically in anything we do there's some feature of plus this, that's involved. We do too in that as another layer of complexity. It'd be test. You have to then go to the third party software to get a test. It's so true. And I don't wanna go off tangent. But I'll tell you challenge. We're having in our business something that's like, really near dear to my heart that I wanna figure out, and that is that we teach how to do webinars in my digital course academy program, so it's inexpensive program. I wanna to make sure I give them everything I can't make it as easy as possible. But putting together a webinar alive, webinar with your Email service provider with any extra tools you need to do..

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"course academy" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"course academy" Discussed on Mixergy

"It's called hostgator. I'll tell you about those later. Aiming tabby. Here we will, thanks for having the honor to be here. You actually using your mic. I should have asked you before. But it sounds a little different. Can you tap your mic? You are. You are using your might maybe maybe a little closer. Yeah. Okay. It we got your little bit nervous about doing the center Twi. You make me to be quite honest, because you ask questions, sometimes that I know you wanna go deeper and I know you wanna get to the root of it, and I just I have all the answers you want, but bunny enough, you and I were at a lunch about a year or so ago. And we were all talking around the table. You asked my integrator like a project manager khloe question. And we still joke about how intense the question was, how she was like a deer in the headlights. Now I don't even remember the question, but she's like, oh, you're talking to Andrew good luck today. I wonder what that was what actually I was going to reach out to Chloe looked up on Lincoln had a sense of how to contact her. And then I said, you know what? That's a step too far for this. I know where I wanna go with it. But I do that a lot because I wanna really like MAC. I don't know. I'm just naturally curious thing here, a great interviewer. So I'd love it. And I'm nervous about it. But let's just do it. Your website says that you are seven figures, can you be open about what the revenue is right now Amy, yes? So so far this year, we're at about five million in revenue for this year. Yes. Selling what what's the courses? Digital course academy is a course where his so meta it I teach how to create a digital course and had a launch that digital course with webinars using live launching strategies. And so it's everything nuts and bolts step-by-step how to do it. So that's my big signage course. At the nine also have an evergreen course, meaning it's an automated webinar that runs every single day. And that's list builders lab in. That's where I teach how to build your Email list. And I start with that one that one's three ninety seven so it's cheaper. Program than my bigger one, which is two thousand dollars. And it's a great place to start the conversation. Anybody who wants to grow business online, typically needs to have an Email list, and I can't do a good job of teaching the big strategies. If you don't start with that list on nation. So that's why I have that program to start and how do people find out about you? What's like the, the first step that a stranger would go through to know about Amy Porterfield? It's either you see an ad on Facebook, Instagram about my list building. Course or new CNN had about my podcast or someone recommended my podcast. So usually my evergreen webinar or my podcast is high..

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"course academy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"course academy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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