Why You Should Start Offering Online Course
The digital age has gained its way through our sitting rooms, almost everyone that owns a smartphone is on one social media or the other. The evolution of new technologies are drastically making huge impacts on how we do things, and the ways we make a living. Traditional “eight to four” office work is fast becoming a thing of the past, and many companies are changing the way they organize their workforce.
At this unprecedented moment where COVID-19 is ravaging the entire globe, many businesses are closed and billions of dollars are being lost as days go by. The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is getting scarier by the day. So many workers are hanging on the balance, relying on federal government checks to help pay their bills and at least, buy some groceries for the family. Even some of the people that are still working are more likely to look for other ways to earn additional income in order to meet up with the increasing bills. The Internet, on the other hand, has allowed us to improve the balance of our bank account – from taking online surveys to selling some of our used or unused items online (Amazon, eBay, etc.) and by unleashing our inner entrepreneur skills through online training, offering courses, making YouTube videos, etc.
Creating and selling online courses can be a great way to earn some revenue online from the comfort of your home, but it can also be quite challenging to start seeing results from them initially. However, It is a great solution for both personal and professional development and you feel fulfilled knowing that you are making positive impacts in the lives of many people.
Like any other kind of training, if you have acquired valuable skills, and knowledge, don’t let them waste, start using them to alleviate poverty, and help millions of people who are willing-to-learn out there and by so doing, you earn some reasonable regular income for each lesson offered. You can offer some free lessons on YouTube and once you've gained reasonable viewers, YouTube may consider you as a Partner, through which they pay you some commissions by posting a few ads on your channel.
Have you acquired enough expertise in any field that you could bill for your skills? Consider joining the likes of Udemy, Edx, Coursera, and BTDegree. They offer varieties of courses at reasonable rates. You can sign up as a tutor and start selling your courses to students.
BTDegree in particular has free career quiz which helps to match individuals' personality with the best-suited skills and a personalized course tailored to their needs. You can start earning reasonable income by signing up as a tutor and join the like-minded professionals.