This week for Create and Sell Your Own Ecourses, I’m showing you how I set up ecourses through my own website using WordPress and WishList Member.
If you’re just joining the series, you can catch up right here:
In the video, I show you: 1) how I install another installation on my domain, blacksburgbelle.com 2) how I install WishList Member 3) what I do within WishList Member to set it up for an online course 4) how I design the website using Canvas by WooThemes and 5) how you can integrate it with your shopping cart and email software.
I tried to explain things in an easy-to-understand way. If anything seems confusing, it’s helpful to get into the program and play around a bit. Please remember that this technical stuff isn’t my area of expertise, but I knew it would help you get closer to selling your own ecourses if I shared this process with you so I’m doing it anyways. (So, if it sounds like I’m scratching my head trying to figure out how to describe something to you, I probably am.)
Because the video is close to 50 minutes, let’s just leap right in:
I hope this helps you see that creating and selling your own ecourses isn’t as difficult as it may seem.
If you still have technical questions, you can leave them in the comments below, and I’ll try my best to answer.
Through watching this video, maybe you’ve realized that you want to stick to ebooks, worksheets and other PDFs for now. If you’re interested in learning the technical parts of designing and putting together worksheets and ebooks, you should check out my CreativeLive course, Create Digital Products that Sell While You Sleep. I spent over an hour showing how I use InDesign and Illustrator to create those digital products in that course.