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Your Online Course:
If You Build It, Will They Come?

Molly WendellGuest Expert:

Molly Wendell, CSP
(About Molly)

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The Program:

Is anyone buying online courses? Yes. Yes they are! And if you don’t have one available to clients, guess whose they’re buying? Well, not yours.

But building an online course takes more work than just shooting a video. To be successful, you need to build the RIGHT online courses. You don’t want to spend lots of time and money creating one that only a few buy. But how do you know what is the right one to build to attract a stamped of customers?

You’ve been thinking about creating some type of online product — a course, a membership site, coaching. But the time just wasn’t right. You weren’t ready. Here’s the truth: You’ll never be fully prepared and ready to build an online product. It’s the kind of thing you just have to start. But how?

Molly talks about what it takes to build your online product. Most importantly, she gets you started ... so that you can be that much closer to finishing ... with the RIGHT online product.

You will learn:

  • the critical difference between training and an online course
  • how to decide which content should be in your course — and what to start with first
  • how to make your course easy to sell
  • different ways to package your online product for optimal sales
  • various platforms to deliver your course

More about our guest expert:

Molly Wendell, CSP, works with executives and leadership teams to align their vision with their people so they can be better together. With her innate desire for efficiency — and working less to make more — Molly has cracked the code on how to take her content and scale her business through online products.

She’s been featured on major TV networks including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and WGN. Prior to speaking, she spent many years working for Fortune 500 and Inc. 5000 technology companies running marketing and strategy. Molly holds an MBA from University of California-Irvine, and a BS in marketing from San Diego State University.


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