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I can help you make an online course

Hello my name's Helen and I'm addicted to making online courses.

People kept asking me about how to do all this... how do you make professional-looking videos without spending a fortune? Is Udemy really a good idea? How do you deal with the dreaded EU VAT without tearing your hair out? And how do you promote courses once they are finally finished?

Every month I share what I know about making and promoting online courses (and other digital products) in my Online Business Club. The world of online courses is very competitive and changing fast, so I share the latest news and what I have been trying that month. What's working well, what isn't and the pitfalls to look out for. The tools to use that will get the job done with the minimum of time and hassle.

I'm your online course creation crash-test dummy, lol!

The Online Business Club is a year old and now has 13 half-hour long modules in it, with recent ones including:

- How to produce and sell white-label training (ie courses for other people to sell)
- Screencast-O-matic vs Camtasia: Which is best?
- 3 Easy ways to set up a membership site
- How to price your information product
- How to promote your digital product at live events
- How I set up my online training school in less than an hour

Plus you get access to my private Facebook group where you can ask as many questions as you like.

Special first birthday offer: Get your first month for just 90p with the code TUQ687LL3G

After that it's a crazily low £9 per month

(Code valid until 31 October)

You can find out more here -

If you have any questions, please just hit reply and send me a message.

Have a great weekend!


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