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Courtney Foster-Donahue is at it again. The Pocket Products Queen has come out with her mid-level offer, The Course Course. After starting and scaling her own course company to multiple seven figures, you could say she’s qualified to teach you about this subject. Inside The Course Course, she’ll help you launch your own course in under four weeks. And don’t worry, she says, it’ll be low tech, low stress, and no-nonsense. Continue down the page for my full review.

NEXT: How This Stacks Up Against Selling A Course

As if you weren’t already aware, the digital selling space is kind of a big deal. E-learning has ballooned to a one hundred and fifty billion dollar a year industry. That number will only go up. People love learning through courses. Crappy part is, the average course creator gets almost none of that pie. Maybe a few crumbs at best. Meanwhile, the top course creators can’t even finish what’s on their plate.

Too many people are creating the wrong course for the wrong reason, trying to sell it to the wrong audience with the wrong strategy. Don’t let that be you. The Course Course will ensure you create a course that serves both your students and your bottom line. Imagine sharing your expertise with those who need it most; getting emails thanking you for changing their lives; building a bigger bank account, being able to bless your family.

With plug-and-play templates, fill-in-the-blank worksheets, swipe files, and a proven click-by-click system, Court will spoon-feed you everything she knows about going from zero to seven figures as a new course creator. In fact, it only took her a year and a half to cross the seven figure mark. Even if you’re not yet sure what kind of course to make, your first sale is closer than you think.

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How much does The Course Course cost? It’s a one-time fee of one thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. Or you can do twelve monthly payments of one hundred and fifty dollars. The paid in full option gets you a Camera Confidence Masterclass (a one thousand dollar value) and saves you three hundred and fifty bucks. There’s a two week money-back guarantee, as long as you can prove you did your homework.

Courtney has quite a few testimonials. One member did over one hundred K, all from her first-ever course launch. Another student is at over seventy K five months in. Many others are raving about the content. They are slowly making their way through the modules, excited to go live. As we’ve come to expect from Courtney, this offer seems to be everything it’s marketed to be. She’s not the type to just slop something together and hype it up.

That said, course creation is not for everyone. You need to have mastered an in-demand skill. You must be good at teaching. Always online to support your students (or hire someone competent who can be). Then there’s all of the marketing, advertising, selling, onboarding, billing, and accounting that goes into monetizing your course. It’s a lot to learn and even more to do. And it must be done at a high level. If anyone can see to it that you’re successful, it’s probably Courtney. But if you want to check out something simpler, click or tab the link below.

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