Introducing Infinite Scale: How to Build a Digital Products Business Around Online Courses
Online education is booming.
In the United States alone, more than 6 million Americans are pursuing online learning. With the high costs of higher education, online courses have helped millions of people expand their knowledge and improve their skills at a low cost.
In Australia, the industry has generated around $5 billion in revenue and employs over 17,000 people.
With such high demand, countless entrepreneurs have started creating online courses and offering them as digital products. In contrast to a consulting business or an ecommerce store, a business built around online education is highly profitable and easily scalable.
What’s more, the process of creating an online course has never been easier. You don’t need to have a fancy production set or an expensive camera; all you need is a webcam, your headset’s microphone, and a free video editor like Lightworks or iMovie, and you’re good to go.
What matters is that the content you put out is helpful to your audience. Get that done, and your course will sell.
In Infinite Scale, we will show you the exact steps we’ve taken to launch a dozen courses in the past four years.
Meet Your Instructor: Nathan Chan
You might know Nathan Chan from businesses such as, well, this one! He’s the founder and CEO of Foundr itself.
Nathan has led the Foundr team and overseen the successful creation and marketing of every course we’ve published ever since we created our first one, Instagram Domination, in 2016. He also taught some of our early courses, including that one and Influencer Magnet.