How to Create an Online Course That Sells in 2023 (2023)

Creating an online course is easier than ever—and that’s not hyperbole. Thanks to the advent of new course platforms and user-friendly technology, you can develop a brand-new online course in less time than it takes to get through your email inbox. OK, that’s hyperbole.

Still, with a little know-how and the proper guidance, online course creation can be a realistic goal.

We speak from experience. We’ve been there, done that.

Years ago, we hit it big on Instagram when we bootstrapped a new profile from nothing to 2.3+ million followers. We built our Instagram Domination course to show everyone how we did it, and it was a huge hit. Since then, we’ve made quite a few more courses—and they’ve proven to be magic for our community.

Now, we’re sharing everything we’ve learned in our course-making careers. This guide will walk you through the benefits of creating an online course, step-by-step processes to getting set up, and helpful tools and resources to accelerate your course to success.

Table of Contents

1. Identify the Opportunity

2. Validate Your Course

3. Outline Your Course

4. Create Your Online Course

5. Find Your First Batch of Students

6. Launch Your Online Course

7. Build Your Community

8. Sell Your Online Course

Why Create an Online Course?

Before you set off to develop your online course, it’s important to know what all the hard work is for. Is building an online course worth the time and money?

Our research and experience say: yes.

According to Global Market Insights, the online education market is expected to grow 20% each year in an industry that is already valued at over $315 billion.

People are seeking online courses as a viable option for other education streams. But it’s not just traditional education that’s moved digitally. Everything from dog training to TikTok content creation can be conveyed through an online course.

The future of education isn’t in a traditional classroom—it’s on the desktop or mobile device you spend most of your day on already. Online courses are becoming a natural part of the modern learning experience, which means no matter your industry, an audience is ready to sign up.

Building the largest entrepreneurial education platform in the world is at the core of our mission at foundr, which is why we’re so enthusiastic about creating online courses. They’re simple, affordable, accessible, and downright effective education tools.

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Now that we’ve hyped you up on online learning, let’s get into the meat and potatoes of this article: how to create your online course.

How to Create an Online Course

1. Identify the Opportunity

Creating an online class is just like starting a startup. You must first find the right opportunity. And how do you find the right opportunity? By discovering and defining the problem.

The key to creating a successful online course is identifying exactly what outcome your audience is looking for—what problem are they trying to solve? Do they want to learn Python to become a developer and advance their career, or do they want to know the latest SEO marketing tactics so they can drive more organic traffic to their website?

Knowledge is power. People want to use that power to transform themselves by learning something new. The goal of your online course is to help guide them through that transformation process.

However, finding the problem your audience needs to solve is easier said than done. It’ll take time and a bit of research, but you must find the right opportunity before you rush off to build something that you hope someone needs.

How to Identify Opportunities

Here are a few ways to spot opportunities:

  • Send a survey: If you have an email list, send a survey to your subscribers to see what they’re struggling with or what they’d like to learn.
  • Ask your social followers: Throw up a post or survey on your social media channels to see what your followers want or need.
  • Search intent: Open your search browser and start typing, research on Google Trends, or use a free SEO tool to see what topics people are searching for.
  • Visit Quora: Use forum sites like Quora, Reddit, and Stack Overflow to see what your audience is talking about. Is there a question that’s getting a lot of attention? Do you notice any themes or trends around questions? Are there any specific questions that people keep asking?

Our community confirmed the idea behind our Instagram Domination course pretty quickly. After seeing initial success growing our account on the platform, we did a quick blog post to show our progress.

That post went viral.

The post was shared repeatedly, and we started receiving dozens of emails every day asking us to go more in-depth. People asked Nathan Chan (our founder and CEO) whether or not he would do one-on-one consultations with them—everyone wanted to replicate the same success we had achieved.

From their questions, we learned that people wanted more than just followers. They wanted to know how to monetize their accounts, gain faithful followers, and use Instagram to build their brands. All things that we were already doing, and all things that we could teach in an exclusive online course.

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2. Validate Your Course

Once you have your grand course idea, it’s time to validate it. Don’t skip to the next step and start outlining and building your course until you do a thorough smoke test.

While you might have a great idea, it doesn’t mean it’ll translate into a great course. You don’t want to waste hours of time and energy on something people ultimately don’t want.

Remember, you’re looking for paying customers. Think about all of those unread books sitting on people’s desks and annual gym memberships that never get used. Those aren’t the kind of iffy customers you want validating your idea.

However, it’s difficult to validate an idea when people “are interested,” but it’s easy to gather data when you force customers to put their money where their mouth is. That’s where a smoke test comes in handy.

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Bring Out the Smoke Test

A smoke test is when you start selling your online course before it’s even completed. You do this by setting up a landing page and driving traffic to see if anyone will actually click the big “buy now” button.

Go and find your potential students online to see if they’ll take action when they visit your course. Blast your email list, comment on forums, and post your landing page on social media.

This whole process should take you a few days at most—a couple of hours to set up a landing page and maybe two or three days to get it out there. Once you’re done, all you need to do is check the data.

What you’re looking for is how many people clicked through and tried to purchase your online course. Set a target number for your click-through rate. If your smoke test meets or exceeds the target rate, then congratulations—you’ve successfully validated your idea. if it hasn’t, it’s time to go back to the idea drawing board.

3. Outline Your Course

Creating your outline is the trickiest part of creating an online course. This is where you decide all the information you will share (and not share) with your audience.

The internet is a big world full of questions and answers. Unless you’re teaching something exceptionally revolutionary, chances are your content exists in one form or another somewhere on the internet. But people aren’t necessarily paying for the information—they’re paying to be transformed.

Your course’s value comes from its ability to guide them from Point A to Point B—from where they are now to where they want to be.

The easiest way to set up a great course plan is to start repurposing your pre-existing content. Trying to create entirely new content from scratch can be a colossal waste of time, and the effort involved might not be worth the payoff.

Look at your existing blog posts, articles, social media posts, guides, whitepapers, and webinars. Take your best-performing content and make it digestible in an online course format.

Don’t dig too deep into the weeds just yet, though. Remember, this is the outlining step. Gather the barebones structure of your course and organize it in the most consumable format.

Break down your information into sections or modules. Completing a module means that your student has successfully learned a new skill or aspect of your topic.

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Your course structure should be designed to help your students achieve natural progression. They should learn the building blocks to go from a novice to an expert.

4. Create Your Online Course

Once you’ve filled in the blanks of your outline, it’s time to get to work creating the course. Whether you decide to make your course video, audio, or written (or a mix of everything) is up to you—just make sure it makes sense for your audience.

Craft the content and perfect your delivery. Add interactive elements like quizzes, assignments, and to-dos to keep your audience engaged.

Test your content on friends and colleagues along the way to ensure you’re heading in the right direction. You do not want this to turn out like your high school biology class.

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Select Your Course Platform

Along with building the course, you’ll need to select a course platform to host your valuable content. Sure, you can upload your entire course to YouTube, but anyone can do that. Using a course-specific platform will make your course more professional and user-friendly for students. Here are the platforms we recommend:

Read this article for more info on choosing the best platform for your course.

5. Find Your First Batch of Students

Speaking of testing, you’ll want to find your first batch of students as early as possible. This beta test group will try out your course and give you candid feedback so you can make edits before launching to the general public.

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Your first batch of students are your future case studies, your success stories, and the future ambassadors of your brand. Through them, you’ll be working out what does and doesn’t work with your course, and they’ll give you invaluable feedback on how to move forward.

Any well-designed course must be dedicated to helping your students through their own transformation process. Remember, they can find information anywhere else for free—they’re paying you to take them from Point A to Point B.

To stress-test your course, you can simply give the course out for free to your first-time students and allow them one-on-one interaction with the instructor. For example, you could release lessons and then host a Q&A session to drill deep and figure out pain points. If you addressed them in the course, great. If you didn’t, you might need to revise and update the course before launching.

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6. Launch Your Online Course

It’s time for launch! But before that, you must do your due diligence to set the stage for success.

Your online course won’t do you (or your students) much good if they can’t find it. Any successful course needs a strong marketing plan to back it up.

Prepare your promotional content in advance for launch day and beyond. Here’s what that could look like:

  • Blog post announcement
  • Email campaign
  • Social campaign
  • Social ads
  • Podcast interviews
  • YouTube promotions
  • Influencer marketing
  • Affiliate programs

And the list goes on and on. Read this article for our ultimate content marketing guide.

Like with the success of most products, your adoption and acceleration will largely depend on the initial launch phase. Get this right, and you’ll set your course up for long-term success.

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7. Build Your Community

Launching your course is just the first step in your students’ transformation. Now, it’s time to mentor them through the journey.

That means hosting Q&As, responding to assignments, answering emails, and engaging with your students. It also means revisiting your course material periodically to update and revise outdated lessons and add new applicable content.

One of the easiest ways you can become obsolete is if your course is no longer relevant. A 3-year-old Instagram course isn’t going to teach about the latest and greatest updates—it needs to be frequently updated to stay relevant.

Another problem you’ll need to overcome is course completion. Across the board, online courses have pretty dismal rates for course completion, with some posting numbers as low as 4%. We’ve seen rates as high as 60% for some of our courses, but finding the magic formula to reduce churn isn’t easy.

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Keep Students Engaged

When creating an online course, most instructors forget that online learning is almost entirely self-sufficient. It isn’t like school, where you have a teacher or parent constantly telling you to do the work.

The key is to make sure your student stays motivated throughout the whole experience.

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You do this by making sure your students are achieving actual results—big or small. They need to see the transformation for themselves, or they’re going to fall off the bandwagon.

Remember the kid in math class who asked the teacher, “When am I ever going to use imaginary numbers?” If the teacher didn’t have a solid answer to back it up, that lad was probably done with math—maybe forever.

Keep your students engaged with worksheets, action items, and additional tools and resources. Don’t just throw information at them—give them things to do with that information. For example, here’s what we include at the end of each lesson.

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8. Sell Your Online Course

While you may want to make your course as accessible as possible, it’s actually in your best interest (and your students’ best interests) to charge for the education.

There is a direct correlation between how much you charge for your course and the engagement level of your students.

We offer 99% free content across our website and 1% paid content, and we have found that those who put down money for a course are more likely to finish it—regardless of the quality of the content.

Data gathered by Teachable found that in paid courses, 36% of students on average completed the course. In free courses, only 9% on average would see it through to the end.

A quirk of human psychology is that when you make your content free or cheap, people are less likely to trust it and have low expectations for results. If you increase the price, people inherently feel that they’re getting more value.

Once people purchase your course, they immediately feel compelled to see a return on their investment. No one wants to feel like they’re spending hundreds of dollars on something they’ll never use.

How to Create an Online Course FAQs

How do I price my online course?

Competition for online courses has drastically grown over the past five years. That means you need to price your course to showcase the content's value while not pricing out your target audience. Before you price your course, research your competitor's pricing so you don't fall too high or below them. You can also ask your current audience what they'd be willing to pay through anonymous polling or a focus group.

How long should my online course be?

Your online course should be the length required to share the necessary knowledge expected by your audience. If your advertising lines up with the delivery of the course, then you're audience will be satisfied. Value matters more than length.

How do I ensure that my course is engaging and interactive?

Treat your course like a reference guide or a textbook and supplement it with live events and access to private communities through Facebook or Discord. The more you talk with your audience and the less time you spend talking at them, the more engaging your course will be.

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And that’s all there is to it. We won’t pretend creating an online course is quick and easy, but we know it’s worth it.

Ready to make your online course come to life? We got you covered. Explore our free training that’ll show you how to launch your own profitable online course in 2 weeks or less—meta, right? It’s been used by entrepreneurs just like yourself to launch over 100 successful online courses.


How to Create an Online Course That Sells in 2023? ›

Can you make money selling online courses? There are are several monetization options for a course creator. Successful course creators make around $1k – $10k per month on average. The top course creators can make 6- to 7-figure incomes per year.

How profitable is selling online courses? ›

Can you make money selling online courses? There are are several monetization options for a course creator. Successful course creators make around $1k – $10k per month on average. The top course creators can make 6- to 7-figure incomes per year.

How do I create an online course to sell my website? ›

How to create an online course in 10 steps
  1. Choose the topic of your course.
  2. Conduct customer research.
  3. Select the format of your course.
  4. Test if your course has high market demand.
  5. Pre-sell your course.
  6. Outline your course content.
  7. Set course pricing and sales goals.
  8. Choose the right course platform.
May 9, 2023

How do I start a profitable online course? ›

10 Steps To Creating A Wildly Successful Online Course
  1. Pick the perfect course topic.
  2. Ensure your course idea has high market demand.
  3. Create magnetic and compelling learning outcomes.
  4. Structure your modules and course plan.
  5. Determine the most engaging and effective delivery methods for each lesson.
Feb 9, 2023

How much can I make creating an online course? ›

How much can you make selling courses online? You can make anywhere from $1000 to $100,000 or more per year selling online courses. Your revenue is going to depend mostly on the amount of traffic that you can bring to your courses, your conversion rate, and the price of your courses.

What kind of online courses can you sell? ›

What Are The Most Profitable Online Courses?
  • Work From Home Business.
  • Influencer Marketing.
  • Machine Learning.
  • Artificial Intelligence.
  • Cybersecurity.
  • Programming.
  • Blockchain.
  • Cryptocurrency Investing.
6 days ago

Which website is best for selling courses? ›

10 Best Platforms to Build & Sell Your Own Online Course
  1. Udemy. Udemy is among the most popular and well-known online course platforms out there today. ...
  2. Teachable. With Teachable, course creators can customize all the details of their courses, including the design. ...
  3. Kajabi. ...
  4. Skillshare. ...
  5. Thinkfic. ...
  6. ProProfs LMS. ...
  7. Podia. ...
  8. LearnWorlds.
Feb 14, 2023

Can I sell my online course on multiple platforms? ›

A non-exclusive license means that you have the legal right to sell your content through any course platform that you like, including Udemy.

How do I set up a course to sell? ›

Let's recap the nine essential steps for selling your online course:
  1. Choose a subject that sells. ...
  2. Create your online course. ...
  3. Choose where to host and sell your course. ...
  4. Decide how much you will charge. ...
  5. Increase the value (and price) of your course. ...
  6. Seed launch your online course. ...
  7. Market and sell your online course.

What is the best month to launch an online course? ›

The Best Time to Launch an Online Course
  • January. The start of a new year is symbolic of a fresh start, which is why SO many people invest in themselves at this time of year. ...
  • September. ...
  • November & December. ...
  • Keep in mind that you will have to block out time to do the following:

Are online courses passive income? ›

Today, many people in different fields generate passive income by teaching online courses or classes. Whether they're already professionals in their chosen subject or amateur enthusiasts, delivering online study programs offers a great way of topping up their other income.

How long does it take to create an online course? ›

Many aspiring creators ask themselves this very question when they are looking to start a new online course. The time you will need to put a course together really depends on your specific case, however it generally takes anywhere between 25 to 500 hours to craft an online course.

How big is the market for online courses? ›

Report AttributeDetails
Market Size in 2021USD 210.1 Billion
Projected Market Size in 2030USD 848.12 Billion
CAGR Growth Rate17.54% CAGR
Base Year2021
5 more rows
Feb 2, 2023

What is the market for online courses? ›

E-Learning Market size was valued at over USD 300 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to grow at 14% CAGR between 2023 and 2032. The growing demand for immersive learning and hands-on training experience in the healthcare sector is driving the adoption of e-learning systems across the industry.

Are online courses successful? ›

Many offline courses struggle to maintain student interest throughout the semester. According to the Research Institute of America, this is not the case with eLearning. On the other side, online courses have increased student retention rates by anywhere from 25–60%.

How much can you make selling courses on udemy? ›

So, how much do Udemy instructors make? An Udemy instructor can make anywhere between $1000 and $3,000,000 in lifetime earnings, depending on the number of courses they produce, the size of their audience, the quality of their courses, and how long they've been on the platform.

Do online courses really save money? ›

Most online classes have the same tuition (or higher tuition) than traditional classes, but in some cases, online learning can be cheaper than on-campus learning. That's because some schools that specialize in online learning don't incur the same overhead as traditional brick-and-mortar colleges.

How do you structure an online course? ›

6 steps to creating an effective online course structure.
  1. Create an outline for your online course. ...
  2. Develop well-organized, bite-sized courses. ...
  3. Add interactivity to your lessons. ...
  4. Ensure a user-friendly navigation. ...
  5. Incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous eLearning styles. ...
  6. Ask for student feedback throughout the course.
Mar 13, 2023

Can online course be copyrighted? ›

Copyright assets

Copyright is a form of law that helps protect your creative works. If you have an online course or course curriculum, you can protect this using copyright. Under copyright law, the copyright for a creation belongs to the creator.

How much does it cost to create a college course? ›

At an estimated 80 to 280 hours required to develop a 1-hour course, you can expect to pay roughly $5,850 USD to over $15,000 USD to get a fully polished course, in addition to the cost of your Instructional Designer (ID) and SME.

Can I sell the same course on Udemy and teachable? ›

“ “you are welcome to post them on any platform you choose. All we ask is that you do not offer them for free elsewhere while charging for them on Udemy.”

How do I create a sales funnel to sell online courses? ›

Steps to building an online course sales funnel
  1. Step 1: Determine your target audience's requirements. ...
  2. Step 2: Create and distribute content for free that addresses a specific issue. ...
  3. Step 3: Provide a complimentary resource to help you generate a customer list. ...
  4. Step 4: Begin your drip marketing strategy.
May 4, 2022

What is the most in demand online courses today? ›

Top Trending Online Courses
  • Data Science. ...
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. ...
  • Big Data. ...
  • Business Intelligence. ...
  • Cloud Computing. ...
  • Project Management. ...
  • Software Development. ...
  • Full-stack development.

How long should an online course last? ›

Anywhere between 4 to 8 hours of total length would be a very typical number for most industries. Not that you are specifically aiming for a given length, it's just it will naturally take you that much time to explain everything in sufficient detail. But your courses don't have to always take that long either.

How much time should I expect to spend per week on my online course? ›

You should plan to devote a minimum of three hours per week per credit, plus an additional hour per class each week to review materials. For instance, for a three-credit online course, you will need nine hours of study time and one hour of review time each week.

How to make $500 a day passive income? ›

9 Passive Income Ideas – How I Make $500 per Day
  1. Rental Properties. Rental properties can provide a steady stream of passive income. ...
  2. Dividend Stocks. ...
  3. Peer-to-Peer Lending. ...
  4. Royalties. ...
  5. Affiliate Marketing. ...
  6. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) ...
  7. Create an Online Course. ...
  8. Create an App or Software.
Mar 20, 2023

How can I make $300 a day passive income? ›

Without further ado, here are the best ways to make an extra $300 a day from home.
  1. Start a Profitable Blog. ...
  2. Take Advantage of Bonus Offers. ...
  3. Become a Social Media Manager. ...
  4. Earn Money with Your Car. ...
  5. Monetize with Affiliate Marketing. ...
  6. Get Paid to Write. ...
  7. Take on Odd Jobs. ...
  8. Become a Virtual Assistant.
May 4, 2023

How to make $100 a day in passive income? ›

How to Make 100 Dollars a Day
  1. Provide Proofreading Services. ...
  2. Combine a Few Small Side Hustles. ...
  3. Become a Virtual Assistant. ...
  4. Get Paid to Play Games With Blackout Bingo. ...
  5. Write and Publish an eBook. ...
  6. 6. Make $100 a Day By Renting Out Your Car. ...
  7. Share Your Home with Airbnb Guests. ...
  8. Become a Freelance Writer.
Feb 8, 2023

How long does it take to create 1 hour of eLearning? ›

How long does it take to develop 1 hour of eLearning? A average 1-hour interactive elearning course will take 197 hours to develop. But development of a 1-hour elearning course can range between 49 hours for the low end of the range of a “basic” course to 716 hours for the high end of the range of an “advanced” course.

How do you structure a course? ›

To write an online course outline you need to follow these steps:
  1. Build learner profiles.
  2. Write the learning objectives.
  3. Break down the course into modules.
  4. Choose the learning activities to include.
  5. Plan for interactivity.
  6. Include knowledge checkpoints.
Apr 4, 2023

How long does it take to create 1 hour of training? ›

According to this data, for one hour of instructor-led training, it takes on average 43 hours of development time (approximately 5 days). Based on these figures, if you needed a day's training course for your employees, you could be looking at around 30 days of resource time.

Is online education booming? ›

As demand for online education has grown, the market has become increasingly competitive, with providers vying for attention from a broad set of prospective students. From 2011 to 2021, the number of learners reached by massive open online courses (MOOCs) increased from 300,000 to 220 million.

How many people take online courses? ›

Data Summary. In 2020, 5.4 million college students (74%) took at least one class online. A little more than 1 in 10 postsecondary institutions offer courses primarily online. 2.8 million students (15%) attend primarily online colleges.

Are online courses more expensive? ›

In general, online learning is a more affordable option, as you'll get a high-quality education at a much lower cost due to the lower overhead needed to operate these programs.

How do you monetize a course? ›

3. Monetize Your eLearning Course Website
  1. Sell the course as a product. Set a price that students must pay to access and complete the course.
  2. Set a subscription model. Implement a subscription model to sell the course. ...
  3. Online advertising.
Feb 20, 2022

How much is the online course industry? ›

The global massive open online course market is expected to grow from $9.38 billion in 2021 to $12.60 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.3%.

How much money can you make on teachable? ›

With courses, you can charge a premium—at least $100-$350 a course. If you sell 10-30 courses, you can earn between $1,000 to $10,000 monthly. You might be thinking, “Of course, Teachable would say courses make money.” We say it because it's true. We've seen it.

What percent of online courses fail? ›

Success rates tend to be higher in face-to-face classes. In Fall 15, face-to-face classes had a success rate of 69% versus only 60% in online classes, a gap of 9%. However, this gap has been decreasing, with only a 3% gap in success rates in Fall 19 (70% in face-to-face versus 67% online).

Are online courses the future? ›

Online Learning Is the Future of Education

Now, there are more classes and opportunities offered remotely. The pandemic proved many in-person careers can work remotely, and this has opened the door for people to work from home even as restrictions eased. Current educational opportunities follow that same trend.

How much does it cost to create a course on Udemy? ›

There is no fee to create and host a course on Udemy, and you can publish as many free and paid courses as you like.

Is Udemy worth it to sell courses? ›

You Won't Earn Much

This is clear with the Udemy course pricing model and instructor payment structure. Normally, a course on Udemy is priced at $10, and they charge a commission on every sale. So, you will really have to make a few thousand sales every month if you're relying only on Udemy to make a solid income.

Is creating a Udemy course worth it? ›

Conclusion: Are Udemy Courses Worth the Money? For most students, Udemy classes are worth the money. Udemy courses are typically well-organized, informative, and not very costly, especially if you wait for Udemy to offer one of their frequent sales where top courses drop from $100+ to below $15.

What should be included in an online course? ›

A high-quality online course should consist of more than just previously recorded lectures. Interactivity and student engagement are also important components of the learning process. A more interactive learning experience may include mini-quizzes or problem sets after each reading or video.

Is there a demand for online classes? ›

Students are going to keep demanding more and more online education.” The monumental shift online comes amid plummeting state enrollment — which stood at 1.2 million students in fall 2021, about a 20% drop from pre-pandemic fall 2019.

Which is better Udemy or Teachable? ›

Teachable has everything you need to build an audience, grow, and manage your online course business. While Udemy has fewer core features and customization options, the marketplace can drive visitors to your course page.

How long does it take to get paid from Teachable? ›

For creators using teachable:pay, first time payouts usually take 7-14 days, but can take longer in some cases. After you receive your first payout, any subsequent payout will occur in accordance with the schedule you've specified (i.e., daily, weekly, or monthly).

How much does it cost to publish a course on Teachable? ›

A teachable Basic Plan is an affordable option for new course creators. With just $39 per month or $29, if you are paying annually, you are allowed to upload unlimited courses, access to unlimited students, video bandwidth, and hosting.


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