This course is not sponsored by or affiliated with Udemy, Inc.
What some clients say about my courses:
"Edvin Lynch is a master teacher." – Francisco Urosa
"Edvin is my favorite Udemy teacher, I always learn an incredible amount of knowledge from his courses!" – Sarah Anderson
The course video is the first step for new students to learn what your course is about. It is also the key to getting more students! With the expert tips from this course, you can substantially increase conversion rates for your own courses.
Even if you're just starting your online teaching career, or if you're wanting to improve your sales, this course will help you save thousands by doing it yourself, and it's not hard…
This is one of the few courses that actually can help you become more successful. With clear communication skills that can improve every aspect of your life: delivering your business elevator pitch to investors, getting that job you've always wanted, writing better articles and essays, creating a good conversation on that first date.
Furthermore, this course is constantly updated with bonus material and I always answer all your questions in a comprehensive and constructive way.
Congratulations for your commitment to creating top quality promo videos, improving your writing and presentation skills!
Script structure: How to structure your script to make sure you explain what matters, preferably in 90 seconds or less for short promo videos. What matters is: The Problem or pain your solving, The Solution to the problem, How your solution works, How you will do it, and end with a strong Call to action.
But you will also find this structure in most constructive articles and writings. It's a fundamental structure to present and communicate any idea, whether it's business models, new products, crowd funding campaigns, or simply getting an allowance from your parents, anything… following this structure will increase the likelihood of you making yourself understood.
YOU HAVE TO IDENTIFY:
The Problem I'm Solving:
Many of you already have courses up on Udemy, that's the easy part. The hard part, is converting those courses into a great passive income that you can live comfortably on — traveling the world, staying at 5-star hotels, taking month long vacations, and have a steady cash-flow.
It's easy to make $100 here, $200 there — but to make a substantially greater amount of money as an Online Teacher here on Udemy, you need to switch tactics. It's not about how valuable your courses are, but how valuable they are to your students.
You Must Answer: Why is it a problem?
You have great ideas, an abundance of knowledge that you're capable of teaching and students ARE willing to pay you to teach them, but there seems to be something keeping your courses from converting into sales.
Break down your approach into actionable steps
Tell your viewers what to do next
How analyze every word and line of your script to ensure it is as effective as it can be.
Because people are impatient, you only have a few seconds to grab their attention before they move on. A successful promo video will catch their attention and encourage them to buy your course.
How to inject some magic and humor into your scripts that make your video memorable.
I've been doing UI/UX design, business development, digital marketing, and instructional videos for entrepreneurs, startups, and Fortune 500 companies in Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach, and I've been featured in .NET Magazine & MIX Magazine. I'm also an entrepreneur and started my own design agency (LLC Agency) in 2012, based in Los Angeles and Hollywood.
Some of the companies I've worked with include Google, Facebook, Red Bull, and I've taught large design agencies how to design more efficiently as teams.
Here on Udemy, I share all my expertise and insights in Design, Development, and Marketing, that took me years to gain during my career.
I'm also a DJ/Producer since 2007, working with Ableton and producing Electronic Dance Music. Checkout my SoundCloud link below! Let me know if you want to learn about Ableton or music production.