Do I Need a Website to Sell an Online Course?

We’ve all been there. You’re super excited to check out this new product online. You pop open the product website, poke around a bit, and next thing you know you’re watching a video of J Lo dancing with Jimmy Fallon.

It happens to all of us — falling into that big ol’ black hole of distraction. 

So why are we surprised when it happens to our potential customers? It’s a lot of effort to get up and get their credit card out of their wallets, and when we’re competing with J Lo, she’ll always win. 😉

When you’re marketing your online course, it’s crucial that you’re strategic about where you send your potential customers to learn more about your program, and avoid the J Lo blackhole altogether. 

If you send them to your website, with an About Page, Blog, and all the bells and whistles, it’s likely they’ll get lost and forget what they came for.

We wholeheartedly believe that you do NOT need a website to launch your online course.

We wholeheartedly believe that you do NOT need a website to launch your online course.

So, if you’re not using a website to market your offer, what should you have in place?

In our NEW download available below, we will cover all the reasons a website makes for a poor promotional tool, what to have in place instead to make the most out of converting leads into raving customers, and our recommendations so you can start putting those pieces into action.