Welcome to BS’ing with Brandi where my mission is to help you #GetShitDone. I'm your host Brandi Good and today we’re going to talk about how to create an online course when you have very little to zero budget.
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This is not a long term solution for most people, but it’s a way to get your course up and running so that you can start generating revenue and getting social proof from your students - both of which will go a long way to help you make more money so you can invest in more streamlined and powerful tools down the road.
Here’s some tough love: a lot of you have dreams of online course creation but you get so fricken caught up in the tech details about what platform to use that you never get going. So here’s my challenge to you today: shit or get off the pot.
I’m going to give you a few examples of tech stacks that you can use to create an online course that will either cost you zero dollars a month, or will not add to your monthly expenses because they’re tools you’re already using.
Here are the two free “course hosts” you could use:
- Facebook Groups
- Google Drive
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- Host Your Online Course Using A Facebook Group
- G Suite*/Office 365
- iMovie/Camtasia (free trial)
- Easily Add Captions to Your Facebook Videos (jump to method #2 for the YouTube instructions)
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