Nick's first course brought in over $130,000 in its first week.
His course, called “Your First 10,000 Readers”, priced at $597, was focused on how new authors can publish their first book.
He launched this course to a meager email list of just 3,500 people.
One of Nick's advantages was that he decided to make a course on something that he is very familiar with, since he is an author himself.
The most successful people in the elearning space are people who simply share their experience with something that they are comfortable with.
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Nick grew his email list by offering free content to people.
He had a 3 part video series that was so popular that it got the attention of major blogs and podcasts in his space.
He guest podcasted and guest blogged like crazy, growing an email list of 3,500 in just a few weeks.
Nick wants to clarify: this is not a get rich quick story.
He did not see success overnight.
The course creation took him 90 days, and he says those 90 days were incredibly hard.
Recording hours of video, editing it all, and organizing it into a cohesive course really took a lot out of him.
While there is no way to get an info product built with zero work, there is a way to get others to build your course for you.
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Nick's final takeaway:
Don’t procrastinate. Start. Right. Now. And don’t stop until it’s finished. It doesn’t have to be 100% perfect the first time – there will always be a few bugs and things that slip through the cracks. The most important thing is to launch, launch, launch!
Oh, and make sure your backend systems are up to the challenge. I can’t stress how much of a life-saver my web developer has been during this whole process.
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