Archive for December, 2018

How is a hike on an unmarked trail in the wilderness like an online course?

If you don't have a perfectly focused idea of your course concept, it will take forever to find your way through creating your material.

In this week's episode of Online Course 911, we explore this parallel between hiking without a map and creating a course. Then we learn a few simple ways to test the clarity of your concept.

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This week's episode of Online Course 911 digs into the challenges faced and lessons learned when Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan crafted her first course in 2 months--which grossed more than a million dollars the first year.

Jennifer talks about having to write 5,000 words a day, why she advocates both using a script and getting off a script, and why having a coach has helped her so much--and more. She gives course creators a lot of great tips in this interview! 

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What makes a strong introductory course and why is this a good strategy? How do you decide on a price point for an intro course?

This week's questions come from Karine Bell, who works with mothers to transform past pain and difficulties into wiser parenting. Take a listen to her "Bold as Love Podcast" at And check out her website to learn about her work and upcoming course:

This week also marks the opening for my course, "How to Nail Your Course Concept Step-by-Step"! This course will help you eliminate confusion in the course process, improve your marketing, and make writing enormously easier--no matter where you are in the process.

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