Mel Telecican

25. Mel Telecican: 12 Weeks To Get Your Course Online And Ready For Sale

12 Weeks To Get Your Course Online And Ready For Sale

In today’s solo episode, I, Mel Telecican will walk you through the exact process I use to help my clients shape their online course, get resources up and online and ready for sale and distribution in 12 weeks.


In this episode, we tackle the following

  • The exact steps that I go through when helping a client and how taking action help in the process
  • The importance of creating and making your sales page connect with the needs of your clients
  • The need for being clear and concise about identifying the outcome, who, what, and why’s of your course and how it can help you prepare the script to produce your content
  • Connecting with your viewers by tackling the issues/problems that affect them and presenting your solutions using their language
  • The advantage of enumerating your audience’s obstacles and giving concrete examples of the benefits they enjoyed from getting your course
  • The power of testimonials – why you need them and what you can do to improve them
  • An in-depth discussion on all other items to include in your sales page and how it helps the audience decide to purchase your course
  • How organizing the people involved in the production of your videos and having them strictly follow timeframes contribute to the success of the launch
  • Identifying the programs, software, services, and resources you’ll need
  • Why you need to invest in your output and enlist the services of professionals
  • Discussion on how to build your modules and identify gaps in the process
  • How to make and what to include in your sales video
  • Tips in preparing for the filming of your content
  • How to get leads and convert them to sales through an email series
  • What to do, review, re-check, test and correct before you launch the product
  • Why you need another person’s criticisms and thoughts on your content before you release it
  • The importance of sticking to a timeline.

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