Being an online instructor means being an online entrepreneur.
And you, as an online entrepreneur, always try to maximize the results of your efforts, am I right?
You might be thinking that you have to keep creating new content and hoping that this time it will be a real success.
But what if you could produce less courses, but reuse them on different platforms so you can really maximize the results of your efforts?
That would be great, wouldn't it?
I mean you would keep your eggs in different baskets and stop being dependable on only one source of revenue from your online courses.
In this course you will learn EXACTLY what I do to be successful on one of those platforms - Skillshare.
My Skillshare classes have been taken by more than 6000 happy students who have awarded them with more than 800 positive reviews.
But at first I didn’t give Skillshare too much attention, that’s why my results were less than satisfying.
Then, after doing a lot of experiments, my efforts have started to pay off… and those that worked are now revealed to you in this course for the very first time.
Take a look at just a humble fraction of what you will learn inside
and so much more!
Let me take you step by step and show you how to create spectacular classes that will make you super successful on Skillshare.
Every single technique which I reveal in this course is easy to put into place in minutes – and can give you instant returns.
I keep no secrets.
I reveal ALL I know.
Oh, and don't forget that you are totally covered by a 30-day money back guarantee so it's absolutely risk free.
Enroll in the class right now and start your success on Skillshare.
Skillshare is an open platform, which means that you don’t need any special invitation to join it as a teacher. All you need to do is to simply set up a free account and you can start creating classes.
On Skillshare students don’t buy individual courses: it’s a subscription model where students have access to all the classes on the platform. That means that the buying decision is turned into an “enrollment decision”, which is much easier to make, because the only risk for a student is some time wasted, not wasted money.
I’ve read instructor stories about the pain they are going through when they are creating their courses. They are intimidated by the amount of work they have to put into making their Udemy course happen. On Skillshare you can create a 10 min class… and that’s it!
Every time premium student enrolls in your premium class with a premium link, that means revenue for you.
Each month Skillshare takes the total revenue and shares it like this:
In practice it means that your revenue per premium enrollment will vary, depending on the
Usually it’s around $1.3 to $1.6 per premium enrollment.
The second way you can earn money on Skillshare is by making premium referrals. Every time someone signs up for a premium membership thanks to your link, you will get a $10 bonus.
Let’s take a look at what it looks like in practice.
The third way you can earn money is by participating in their teach challenges. A teach challenge is kind of like a contest (after all there are prizes).
Learn how to set up your first Skillshare class so the process is fast and smooth.
Learn how to add the class title, class info and class project to your Skillshare class.
Class tags are extremely important for your Skillshare class to succeed. In this video you will learn how to set them up properly.
Adding a class image to your class on Skillshare can be a bit tricky and is a problem for many new Skillshare teachers. In this lecture you will learn how to do it hassle free.
Once your class is ready, it is time to hare it with the world. In this lecture you will learn how to crate free links for your class.
Your class title should tell students what they will benefit from taking or what problems they can solve thanks to your class.
If you are just starting out as an online instructor, chances are that students don’t know you. The easiest way to build trust between you and your students is to show them the man (or woman) behind the camera.
What should a great class description contain?
Briefly speaking a great Skillshare class description catches the students attention, makes him interested and then desire the class. Lastly it call the student to take action and this is what you will learn in this lecture.
You want your student to enroll in your class now. Encourage them to take action. If you are up for a great talking head video, you can encourage students to enroll the best way - personally
Skillshare advises you to create 10-25 min classes, so focus on doing just that.
But you need to think how can you make your classes a series of standalone projects.
The worst mistake you can make is to sacrifice quality over quantity. Remember that good video reception is around 40% video and 60% audio so your mic choice is extremely important.
Students love teachers who care and Skillshare gives you a lot of tools you can use to interact and engage with your students.
The biggest source of potential students who will enroll in your class is on Skillshare Facebook groups.
Don't just depend on Skillshare coupon groups. Join communities related to your specific subject.
Instead of posting a link, why not post a promo video to make the people interested a bit more?
On Skillshare you can use various discussion boards to tell the community bout your class.
If you are completely new on Skillshare and don't have any following, you can make your class free, at last for a while, so the students can ge to know you.
You can find your students and grow your brand outside Skillshare as well.
Let's sum up what we've learnt about getting the first 25 students
Designer, coder and educational entrepreneur.
Adobe Certified Expert in Illustrator whose courses were listed in the Udemy's TOP 10 best reviewed courses.
Creating online courses on design tools like Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop, logo design, web design, graphic design freelancing, online teaching and digital marketing .
Teaching +22.000 students in 160 countries worldwide.
Owner of a graphic design studio.
Loves the freedom of creating courses and prides in his teaching method, which is straight to the point and with a smile.
His motto: Boring instructors are worse than boring topics!
His students value his courses for their conciseness, professionalism and actionable tips and techniques they can apply in their day-to-day design tasks and online education businesses.