You may have heard of Rosetta Stone, Udemy or any other online courses which seem to be everywhere nowadays. That’s because it’s such big business and the market cannot be ignored.
In fact, according to Forbes, the online market course hit an incredible $57 billion in 2014, and it’s only got bigger since. Some reports state that this figure is closer to $200 billion these days.
So you can attract and claim your share of the market, today we’re going to explore how you can start your own online cryptocurrency classes; one of the markets most sought after yet elusive courses.
Why Cryptocurrency Classes?
More and more people are starting to hear about currencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. Occasionally, in the media, you may have heard stories about somebody investing in the currency years ago, and now it’s worth millions.
It pops up here and there, but not everybody knows about it or how it works. However, it’s gradually becoming more and more popular which is why it’s the prime time for a course to be created, educating people on something now that they’re going to learn in the future anyway.
You might have looked at your competition and thought ‘wow, I’m never going to be able to compete with the quality of these videos and course material.’ However, you need to remember that you’re just starting out and you won’t have the budget to do so.
Instead, you might even be recording yourself with a smartphone as you talk to people using a whiteboard. This doesn’t matter as you’re only just starting out. As long as your content is good, people will buy it.
Sourcing Your Information
One of the most important things to remember when you’re creating your course material, whether it’s our downloadable content or your video tutorials, is that the information that you’re sharing is right. If you’re spreading ‘lies’, you’ll quickly find that your courses are slung aside and poorly rated.
The first thing you want to do when creating your course is to make sure all the information you have is right and from legitimate sources. You may be doing some research and some from your own experience. That’s fine, just as long as it’s right.
Create a Schedule
Now that you’ve got a rough idea what information you’re going to include in your course, it’s important to know split it up into sections, sometimes known as modules. These are the different sections that people can work through and are usually available to download as separate folders.
Amanda Jones, a professional writer at Boom Essays, states;
“Creating a schedule is so much easier for your course users as it helps to break down vast amounts of information into easily digestible sections. You may also want to include info like how long you estimate each section to take.”
Of course, you’ll want to start with an introduction and then plan a good route from somebody knowing nothing to somebody knowing everything. Feel free to split the more complicated areas into ‘part sections’ so it’s easier to follow.
Developing Your Content
Now that you’re set up and organised with everything you need, it’s time to start creating your cryptocurrency course. If you’re creating downloadable material, this means you’re going to have to start writing up all your text and sourcing all your pictures. Using the plan you created in the last step, work through from beginning to end.
If you’re creating video content alongside your downloadable material, do the same, speaking clearly and precisely. It might even help to create a script to read from.
Alternatively, you can also use a professional content creation service, such as the ones featured by the Huffington Post in “Write my college essays”, to creating your content on your behalf.
Perfecting Your Course – Grammar & Editing
When you’ve created your course, and you’ve finished (this will probably take several weeks or months at least) it’s time to start perfecting your course ready for selling.
Holly Jackson, an editor for Elite Assignment Help, continues;
“The chances are that you didn’t get it perfect the first time so read through it and make sure all the information is right and written in a way that people will understand.”
It may even be beneficial to have a friend or family member do the course to see if they learn everything you want them to know.
You’ll also want to check the grammar of your course. This will directly affect readability and will make your course look shoddy if it’s wrong. You can use online grammar tools such as State of Writing and Into vs. In To for more information.
Perfecting Your Course – Proofreading
When you’re happy that everything is reading well and the information is correct, the final thing you’ll need to do is to make sure that all your written content is perfect. This means proofreading your course material.
You can do this yourself, checking for spelling mistakes, punctuation errors and other silly mistakes, or you can use a professional service, such as Essay Roo, Academadvisor, UKWritings and Easy Word Counter.
Once you’ve completed this step, your course will be ready for its readers. Upload it to a website or your own website, promote it on social media and through cryptocurrency blogs and watch the downloads roll in!
About the author:
Mary Walton is an editor at PaperFellows, college portal for students. Also, Mary has a blog – Simple Grad, read her Essay Roo review there. She provides editing services and writing consulting on sites like AustralianHelp, services that help with academic advancement.