Writing an Ecourse while you are writing your Ebook will help you to build your list and to receive feedback from readers. Here is how to write an Ecourse that will produce massive results for you in a short period of time.
- Make a list of 6 or 7 tips that people in your niche want to know more about. Make sure each tip will help your audience to answer a question or solve a problem they are struggling with.
- Expand each tips to include an example and a reference to somewhere they can receive more information. This may be a free resource or take them to an affiliate program that addresses a specific need they have in your area of expertise.
- Add some action steps or questions at the end so the reader will be able to follow through with your information. Each of these tips now becomes a one page lesson.
- Continue with this process until you have a six or seven lesson Ecourse that you can give to your readers. You can use this to build your list or to give away to people already on your list.
- Divide your Ecourse into six or seven separate lessons and save each one separately. Use an autoresponder system, such as Kick Start Cart, to deliver one lesson each day or each week.
- At the end of the Ecourse offer your readers a teleseminar, your Ebook, or other product that will help them to continue on their journey.
You can write Ecourses for each topic that you write about. Ecourses are a great way for you to gain credibility as you build your list and write your Ebook.