An E-course is a series of lessons that will teach your prospects about something they want to learn. You can break it into parts, or lessons, and deliver it by email through your autoresponder system. I use Kick Start, and you can get a 30 day free trial if you want to see how it works. If you sign up here I will also provide training on how to set it up twice a month at no charge.
At the end of each lesson you can include links to affiliate products and services that are complimentary to that part of your E-course. This gives you the opportunity to earn some money each time someone finishes one of your lessons. Visit Clickbank and ClickbankProSearch to find digital products you can promote. The key is to find affiliate products that will be of interest to your prospects so they will be more likely to make a purchase. You can decide how often to send out these lessons. Some people send one lesson each day for seven days, others prefer to send one lesson every two or three days to stretch out the time.
You may have signed up for someone’s E-course in the past. Sometimes people do not call it an E-course, so you may have received a series of tips or secrets on how to accomplish something of importance to you. Either way, it gave the person who was sending you this information an opportunity to stay in contact with you over time.
The best E-courses always include an opportunity for the prospect to continue to do business with you. Plan ahead to make sure you will have an eBook, teleseminar course, or other product or service to offer when the E-course is complete. For an example of how E-course work, download my E-course here. If you are having difficulty or have questions about setting up your own E-coourse, feel free to contact me at connie at connie-green dot com.