4.25 (229 reviews)
☑ How to build an online course from scratch
☑ Proven & tested system two Udemy bestselling authors used to create 35 courses in less than 5 months
☑ Four fundamental principles to build an online course that sells
☑ Why you should check bestselling products in your niche market first
☑ How to evaluate your competitors’ course to make a superior product
☑ The three tools you need to get started
☑ Proven & tested hacks to make an outstanding training
☑ How to be more productive and create high quality courses faster
☑ The right way to script your videos
☑ Why you should put on a smile while recording your course
☑ Course Checklist to ensure your next course will get 5 star ratings
☑ … and much more!
Are you thinking to create an online course, but don’t know where to start?
In this training, you’ll learn from two Udemy instructors with more than 140,000 students how to create an online course that sells!
Discover a step-by-step system that will walk you through the process of mass-producing high quality online courses like bestselling teachers!
Learn How to Take the Best Seat in The House & Discover A Simple Way To Create Bestselling Online Courses
Contents & Overview
This course will reveal to you a proven & tested way to create a bestselling online course from scratch.
First, we’ll cover 4 fundamental principles to build a quality online course and get a competitive advantage. For instance, you’ll discover why it’s important to assume nothing when you create a course, and why you should create a great, not a perfect course.
Next, I’ll reveal to you the system we used to create 35 bestselling courses in less than 5 months. You’ll learn how to study your competitors, how to evaluate their courses to make a superior product and an easy way to create a course outline, based on which you’ll record your course.
Last but not least, we’ll cover 5 hacks that will help you building your digital product faster. We’ll even provide you with our closely guarded course evaluation checklist to ensure an outstanding learning experience for your students!
By the time you complete the course, you’ll be equipped with all tools to create a course that sells in less than 2 days from now!
Meet & Greet
How This Course Is Structured
How To Make A Great Course
Quizz For Section 1
How To Build A Course From Scratch
Introduction To Section II
How To Study Your Competition
Pretend You Are Preparing For Finals
How To Evaluate Your Competitors’ Courses To Make A Better Product
How To Create A Course Outline
My Course Creation Toolbox
Quizz For Section 2
Five Hacks To Make An Outstanding Course
Introduction To Section III
Hack #1 - How To Be More Productive
Hack #2 - How To Script Your Videos
Hack #3 - Why You Should Put On A Smile While Recording Your Course
Hack #4 - How To Brainstorm Your Course Outline
Hack #5 - Grab Our Internal Course Checklist
BONUS - Course Checklist Template
Quizz For Section 3
Bonus Lecture: Get Any of Sandor's Course for Up to 95% OFF!
Worth to take this course if you're completely new to create courses and to sell 'em online. This course will help you that making a course and start selling it through online is not a hard nut to crack. You can start doing it right now.
I was attracted to this course because of the heading. Unfortunately, this course left me hanging. The introduction part was good but I was expecting more practical steps and demonstration of the actual process rather than how to smile behind the microphone at recording. Not sure if I gain much from this course..
For guys who make a ton of courses, I'd expect higher production value. TLDR; 2 kids pump out a ton of video using the word Ninja. It's a PowerPoint with a voiceover... but I will wait and see. In your own checklist, you document the importance of having talking head videos, yet they are absent.
its good and I like it that the presenters are not too salesy but I thought in end up it was so so short.
The instructor took a point and moved to a solution directly first and then after you understand move on and mention potential mistakes. In learning this makes a difference
Conselhos muito úteis para a elaboração de cursos. Disponibiliza lista de verificação para avaliação (e correção) do curso realizado.
I like the ideas. how important and effective to real world.,maybe I can also create my own someday . Thank you
Although the course does not cover everything in detail, it's a good course for its size. Very direct and to-the-point. Considering that I didn't pay for the course, as I used a cupom, I can't complain. If I had paied, I would not give it five stars. I recommend that the instructor expand this course because it has a good chance to become one of the best on that matter.
I finished the course in one day, but I feel very satisfied with it. I always thought making a great, perfect course would be my best option, turns out it's not. I am more motivated and more focused on how to do some great courses now
I enjoyed the course very much. There was great practical information provided and it was very easy to follow.
Great overview but I thought it would have gone into more detail. It would have been good to have more examples. It would have been good to have seen an actual setup and perhaps the instructor. Hints on editing audio recording.
I was hoping the course would show how to shoot/edit/light a course and give information on how to upload videos, what to charge, and how to advertise it (aka, "How to build a course from scratch"), but it mostly just showed how to rip off other courses in order to create your own. If this is legal, I don't think it's quite ethical. In order to teach about something, you should be an expert, not imitate being an expert. It did have some good information about where to find PowerPoint templates and some time-saving tips for overall course creation, but if you're looking for something that will actually show you how to create a course and upload it to a site like Udemy or Teachable, look elsewhere.
From the title "how to create," I thought there would be actual "hands-on" how to create a course. This should be titled "how to plan or outline a course."
The course is deceptively basic, yet the information is of great value for anyone considering creating online courses. If you struggle with how to design/outline your course definitely give this one a shot.
It would be great if you could give some tips on promoting a new course: Should I give out my course for free to get more reviews? How to get more sales? What should I do if the competition on my topic is very high and there are many other courses? I think these questions are really important, because a new course in a competetive topic with no reviews won't just sale on its own. Looking forward to get some answers from you, so I can update my rating on this course to 5 stars.