Meet Sara Funduk creator of CourseCraft, an eCourse platform for creative entrepreneurs. CourseCraft has a mission to ensure that course creation is an easy and simple process, while having an amazing space to house your creativity!
Badassery Magazine has used a lot of platforms to house courses; then… we found CourseCraft – the literal unicorn we had been looking for; because it covers everything you need to consider when creating and housing your courses. One of the features that we seriously love is being able to upload all of our videos into a course!
What makes a good course?
If you have an idea, what do you do with it? Sara recommends that you act upon it. It doesn’t need to be perfect, you just need to ride the wave of motivation that excited you in the first place. If you translate your course into a project, you are more easily able to think about what the course goals are for your students. Thinking like this makes it so much easier to get it done. If something doesn’t feel right or doesn’t work, don’t be afraid to make changes.
What makes a course great?
Introducing videos to your eCourses makes the all important difference in setting yourself apart. Video is a powerful way of sharing your message, compliments your workbooks; and shows your audience that you provide an interactive way of learning. Providing a variety of learning options within a course is seriously attractive, as people like to learn in different ways.
How can you set your course apart?
Inject your personality and unique way of looking at things into everything you do: this alone sets you apart. Show up and introduce yourself, then build an interactive community experience that shows who you are. You might even consider creating a challenge or course with a twist, as it showcases you!
The all important sales page: don’t put your sales page to the bottom of the list when you’re in creation mode! Your sales page is the gateway between your audience and course. Once you’ve built an epic sales page that shows just how amazing your course is, your audience will ‘walk through the gate’!
Build on your Know, Like, Trust Factor (KLTF). If you continually spend time showing your audience who you are, you are building your KLTF!
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