Delivery on Your Own Website?
You can deliver your eCourse on your own website if you so choose. There are a variety of different approaches to doing this that are a mere web search away. Most of the services that help you get your eLearning course online charge a fee. You need to compare this fee to the amount of purchases you estimate your eCourse will receive.
Research the Market
Before you produce and promote your eLearning course, you should spend an amount of time researching the market. What seems to be selling well? Is there a way of presenting your topic in a way that is not yet visible? This can be your area of differential making you stand out from your competitors. Of course depending on how successful your is you could be imitated.
Should You Host Other Experts in Your eLearning Course?
Yet another strategy with your course is to be the commentator who is the host and asker of questions to experts in your field. This brings up the question of whethere or not you pay these experts? If you provide payment to them or a percentage of the profits of the course, this can cut into your bottom line.
The Legal Aspect of Your eLearning Course
You might want to emphasize the visibility they will receive and that can sometimes be the main thing they want. Be sure to get your experts to digitally sign off on their participation through a release form of some sort. We are not lawyers so we can not recommend any particular way to get the release, but such documents are easily accessible.
Price Your eLearning Course
When pricing your course be sure to do your research. What are other eLearning courses charging for their course? Can you offer a better value? If so, how? Do you want to use the strategy of going at a higher price because the perceived value of your eLearning course is at a higher perceived value because it goes beyond what your competitors are offering. If so, be sure to add to your marketing materials how you are different and better.
Dive Deep Into Your eLearning Course’s Content
Remember that when you create your course, in order for it to be a pleaser for your students, you must take a deep dive into the topics you offer. This is not like a blog post where you skim the surface, you should instead give your student/clients value for their money. The more in depth you can go in a helpful and empowering manner, the better.