How to maximize getting the word out about an online course on FB?

One way to prep for the fall is to bring in another stream of income by offering an online course.

It’s something that you can create to reach and help more people with.

Plus, money can be coming in and you only have to do the work once.

But how to get the word out about an online course on Facebook?
How to market an online course so that people will pay and sign up?

This is a question I got from Julie and here’s my answer.

It will help you even if you are only interested in bringing more patients in the door.

Comment below – are you thinking about creating an online course or do you have one already?  

Chen Yen, 6 & 7-Figure Practice Makeover Mentor

Chen Yen

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  1. neal.amy78 on October 12, 2020 at 12:41 pm

    Thank you Chen! This has been a big question for me as I start to get my name out there.

    • Chen Yen on October 12, 2020 at 5:02 pm

      You’re welcome, Amy!

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