An ecourse is one of the most effective ways businesses can market themselves online, no matter what the niche. Ecourses are ideal for lead generation, relationship building, viral marketing, sales, and extending the reach of your brand.
In this step-by-step guide, discover 10 steps to successful email ecourse creation. Organize, plan and create your first series of lessons to market your business effectively no matter what niche you are working in. Learn how to:
+create an ecourse the customers in your niche will be eager to read;
+load the lessons into your autoresponder;
+craft email subject lines that will get your emails opened;
+avoid triggering the spam filters as you create your emails;
+create content easily to continue building relationships with your subscribers after the ecourse is over;
and much more.
If you’ve been struggling with lead generation and email marketing list building, an ecourse delivered via email could be just the solution you’re looking for in order to connect more closely with the ideal customers in your niche, for more sales and profits. Learn the skills you need to succeed online with this and other titles in the Business Basics for Beginners series of how-to guides.
BUY NOW: Really Rapid Email Ecourse Creation to Market Your Business: Basics For Beginners
Really Rapid Email Ecourse Creation
to Market Your Business:
Basics For Beginners
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHAT’S IN THIS GUIDE
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
STEP 1: RESEARCH YOUR NICHE
STEP 2: BRAINSTORM AND CHOOSE YOUR ECOURSE TOPIC
STEP 3: OUTLINE THE ECOURSE
STEP 4: DRAFT THE ECOURSE LESSON EMAILS
STEP 5: UNDERSTAND AUTORESPONDER ESSENTIALS
STEP 6: CREATE YOUR SIGN UP COUPON
STEP 7: ENCOURAGE READERS TO OPEN YOUR EMAILS
STEP 8: ENSURE YOUR EMAILS ARE NOT THROWN AWAY AS SPAM
STEP 9: CONTINUEYOUR RELATIONSHIP BUILDING WITH GREAT CONTENT
STEP 10: GET THE PEOPLE ON YOUR LIST TO MAKE A PURCHASE
APPENDIX 1: HOW TO CHOOSE A RELIABLE EMAIL HOSTING SERVICE
APPENDIX 2: HOW TO CREATE A LIST IN AWEBER
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Joan Mullally is the author of more than 70 marketing titles designed to help small to mid-sized businesses and their owners gain the kinds of skills they need to make money successfully online.
Thomas Michaels has worked in the technology departments of some of the world’s leading Fortune 500 corporations. His main interests are how to make cutting-edge technology accessible to small businesses and how to stay ahead of the curve with the ever-increasing speed of change in the ecommerce, mobile and social media worlds. He is the author of more than 20 guides in the Business Basics for Beginners series.