Consider Launching Your Online Training? Here Are Some Things To Consider

If you are a coach, trainer, or a blogger, it might be time to start thinking about creating a residual income that doesn’t involve you delivering the product or service in person. In fact, you need to face the reality to scale up your business, and understand that there are a limited number of hours in your day, so some processes will need to be automated. If you want to increase your earnings, but don’t want to compromise your work-life balance, you might want to launch your online training. Below you will find a few tips on how to get started.

Your Niche

The first thing you have to do is find out who you want to create the training for and identify your narrow niche. This means that you will have to make the most out of your market knowledge and carry out research before you get to developing your training. No matter if you are a business coach, a person who helps people deal with addiction or relationship issues, you need to know more about your audience than anyone else.

Your Delivery System

Creating an online training can take time, and it is important that you use a reliable web designer and get managed IT support services, so you can maintain your delivery system and avoid problems that can hurt your reputation or make you lose money. After all, the main aim of delivering training online is to save you time and resources, but if you have to deal with emergencies all the time, it will not be worth the effort.  

Your Website

It is crucial that your hosting account and website infrastructure can deal with the traffic coming to your site, and you can effortlessly deliver the content at an optimised speed, so you can keep your customers happy. If you offer a one-off training, you might want to make it downloadable to only one computer, so you can prevent pirate copies from circulating. If you offer monthly packages, you will need to create a membership platform.

Your Digital Marketing Plan

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No matter how good your online training is, if nobody knows about it. This is why you should always try to make the most out of your marketing and have a plan. You might have multiple products, upsells and downsells, and it is crucial that you create a support system and a newsletter to keep your clients engaged. Creating a sales funnel to engage with people until they are ready to subscribe will increase your overall conversion rates.


If you don’t have time to market your products or online training, it might be a good idea to recruit affiliates who will be able to do the hard work for you. Don’t just go for any person; look for those who have good connections in your market and an extensive knowledge about your industry. Even if you are not a marketer, you can still make money off other people’s work. You can use a network to run your affiliate promotions, take care of recruitment and finances, and even track your sales.

Social Proof

If you want to spread the word about your online training, it is important that you start with creating social proof and gathering feedback. You might consider giving away free copies of your training, or using an introductory pricing, so you can gather positive feedback and display it on your sales page. Many people consider buying training only if they see what other people are saying about it. Without social proof, it will be hard to sell anything new. Before you launch a product, you will have to find a way to build trust.


It is also crucial that you take care of your subscribers’ and customers’ data and protect their sensitive information. Membership sites will need to have an advanced cookie policy, so your website visitors can be assured that you are not using their information for anything other than the reason you collected it for. You will also need advanced website security, so you can prevent hackers gaining access to customer data. At the same time, you will have to check out the industry regulations to ensure your business is compliant.

Launching an online training product or series can be hard work, but it will help you create a residual income without having to invest more time and resources every day in your business. Consider the above aspects of your launch and you will succeed.

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