This isn’t the first step. First, you need an audience.
After you’ve got an audience, you should ask them what they want, and then make it.
Why Make Things?
Make it because it will help them.
Make it because making is difficult.
Make it because creating is better than consuming.
Make it because every time you do, you’ll get better at creating.
How To Poll Your Audience For Free
Here’s a simple 10-minute video on how to poll your audience, so you know what they want.
Bonus: Add Them To Your Email List
You can add people who complete your questionnaire to your email list with their permission. This can be done through the method I show in the video or by using a service called Zapier which connects services like a Google Form and your email service through their “zaps.”
How To Learn What Your Audience Wants To Buy
Learn exactly what your audience wants with this step-by-step guide.
A lot of people are creating courses that teach people how to create on-line courses and membership sites. Yes, there’s some irony there. I know many of these course creators and their courses are awesome. However, many of them don’t teach a very important aspect of building an on-line course.
The aspect you must start with is your personality, your preferences for how much you want to interact with your customers.
Don’t make the mistake of trying to copy your on-line idols. They’re good people, but they’re not you.
Don’t bow at the altar of passive income if it means you miss out on teaching the way you were meant to teach. (highlight that to share it on Facebook or Twitter)
Make something you want to make. It’s yours so make it your way.
But I might use it some day.
When you need it you can redownload it.
But I paid for it.
How much is focus and clarity worth to you because it’s getting in the way of them both.
But someone told me it was cool, useful, the next big thing.
They said the same thing about MySpace. Fear of missing out isn’t reason enough to keep it.
But I was going to figure out how to use it soon.
No, you weren’t.
Deleting apps will free up space on your home screen and your headspace.
Buying on-line courses can feel like visiting a used car lot where you get pressured into making the wrong decision. It doesn’t have to be like that.
I created the “Is it legit?” On-Line Course Checklistso you can always buy your on-line courses with confidence. I’ve sold tens of thousands of dollars in on-line courses and helped others sell hundreds of thousands of dollars in courses. I know what great courses have, and how to avoid buying bad ones. This free checklist will guide you in making great decisions every time you’re considering buying an on-line course, help you avoid wasting thousands of dollars, and save you hundreds of hours wasted on bad courses. Click below to get the guide. Enjoy! Andy