Thu, 7 April 2016
I want you to price your next (or first!) online course with confidence.
In your heart of hearts, are you getting paid what you’re worth? Are you hitting the “sweet spot” of pricing perfection?
This week I tackle these questions and give you a seven-step pricing strategy so you can determine what you should really charge for your course—and feel whole about the entire process.
I am INCREDIBLY passionate about this topic. Creating my own profitable and content-driven online courses has been the key to my success and I want to make it the key to your success too.
But first, I have something really exciting to share with you. I have a new master class ready to be unveiled: “How to Confidently Create Your First Profitable Course in 60 Days.”
In this master class, I share the secrets I’ve learned from helping 38,000 entrepreneurs, while making more than $6 million in revenue.
Grab your spot (it’s free!)
Now, back to today’s topic: In your gut, are you charging what you’re worth?
I would bet that this is the hardest part to starting your first online course—or even maybe your second or third.
Ask yourself these three questions:
Let’s dig into the seven steps here.
One of the first steps I share is surprisingly missed by many entrepreneurs. It is such a crucial part in determining your price and I don’t want you to skip it.
Then, we tackle how your product fits into your business. This is key for determining the most attractive price point for what you are offering. I ask you a couple of questions to help you through this step. It can be a tricky road to navigate. Listen here.
Next, we talk about the length of time it can take to launch and re-launch your product.
Ultimately, I want to help you get solid on how you feel about the price you’ve set. Once you decide on the price point, you’ve got to own it.
These seven steps will help you do just that. Own your price. Be confident. And go sell it.
Direct download: Online_Marketing_Made_Easy_Podcast_Episode_107.mp3
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