What You Need To Create A Successful Online Course

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk with Phil Ebiner—CEO and the creator of VideoSchoolOnline.com.

Phil, a best-selling online instructor, created his first online course in 2012 and through consistency, persistence, and quality he grew to over 400,000 students, 50 courses, and 400 plus free tutorials at the time of this podcast recording. It has since grown to over 500,000 students and 75 plus courses!

Today, Phil takes us into the world of online education. 

Is there money to be made in online education? Phil is proving there is. His career started in video production which ultimately led him to create courses online. Learn how he went from making $60 in his first month to $10,000 in a single month. 

We delve into:

  • Starting out and scaling
  • Level of expertise or training needed
  • The most difficult part of creating a course
  • Where to host a course
  • Generating traffic
  • Timeline to create a course

Plus, is the industry too saturated to startup today?

Listen in to find out Phil’s answer and more!


Mark: Learn more about creation and Phil by going to his website at VideoSchoolOnline.com.

Scott: Check out DecksetApp.com. Deckset will turn your thoughts into beautiful presentations.

Phil:  If you want to create an online course, focus on how much the student gets out of your course and not how much you get from the student in terms of money.

Focus on creating a course that students love. Stop worrying about how much you’re going to make from each student if you care about actually creating a great course that helps them learn. You’re going to be paid back because of the good reviews and that creates more sales.

Listen to Phil’s podcast Online Course Masters Show.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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