How do I sell my web design course?

pathfinder

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Hey there,

I've created video tutorials about building a landing page. I have two options of giving it away after people make a payment.

1. Login to their account and downloading as an archived file.
2. Having a member area where users logged in and can download the videos, access extras and live support to people who paid.

Can anyone guide me which ways should I do for this page that convenient to my customers? Free options would be preferable but I'm opening to be paid.

Thanks in advanced.
 

popwin1

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2 ! For sure it's the best option , as you're not selling a product only but your skills.And with 3 -5 people per month you could gain a great income per month whom you could use to create more of it .

Would also recommend putting your tutorials on udemy.com and marketize them there.
 

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Hey there!

I'll add a #3 to your post ;)

You can go about doing #2, but have you thought about putting your courses on Udemy and directing traffic to have people purchase through there?

That way when you make purchases and people rate you highly it'll help out your rankings and eventually help make sales through the organic traffic that comes through Udemy?

OR...

How about you give the course away for free on your website or Udemy and get affiliate coupons for hosting & domain and tell them that they can use your affiliate coupon upon purchase. Or you can say that you'll give them the whole course for free, but when it comes time and you have/know everything to do (so they're ready to go) the only thing you ask of them is to buy it through your affiliate link in which you supply them.

Most people will be more than happy to do this :)

Just a thought, but hope this helps :)

Adam
 

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Why don't you consider SaaS (Software as a Service)? Some of the vendors offer their platform on a SaaS (Software as a Service) basis and provide an e-commerce option. Some of them also provide a marketplace” in which you can list your courses.
 

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Udemy.com bro. The best site I know. Super easy to publish a course as well

All the best!
 
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