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Here you want to write a short paragraph that quickly explains exacttly what your online course is and how it’s the perfect solution to the problems you’ve been talking about in the previous section. Keep it short, but provide the essential information they need to be able to make sense of what’s coming. For example, make sure they know that it’s an online course designed to teach them how to achieve their goal

Product Benefits

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Huge benefit 1

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Huge benefit 2

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Huge benefit 3

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Here’s what people are saying about the course

This paragraph is optional, but you might want to use it to introduce your testimonials. If you haven’t got great testimonials yet, then check out our article on the secret to getting raving testimonials for your online course

Christian Doe

Architect

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting.

Barbara Lane

Art Director

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting.

Marie Jones

Marketing Specialist

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting.

Bonus

Show them what’s in the course

Let your visitor know how many modules there are and what each one is about.

Module 1
Title of your second Module

Explain exactly what this module will teach them, and use names of individual lessons if you can. You might want to include the number of lessons, the length of each lesson, or any other information.


But make sure you focus on the benefits that the customer would get just by taking this module on it’s own

Module 2
Title of your second Module

Explain exactly what this module will teach them, and use names of individual lessons if you can. You might want to include the number of lessons, the length of each lesson, or any other information.


 But make sure you focus on the benefits that the customer would get just by taking this module on it’s own

Module 3
Title of your third Module

Explain exactly what this module will teach them, and use names of individual lessons if you can. You might want to include the number of lessons, the length of each lesson, or any other information.


But make sure you focus on the benefits that the customer would get just by taking this module on it’s own

Meet (Author Name)

Write this section in third-person, meaning you should not use the words ‘I’ or ‘We’ or ‘Me’. Instead, talk about the author objectively using 'he' or 'she' even if you are the author! It’s time to show off your achievements and prove why you are the right person to be writing this topic.

But just after you’ve talked yourself up, make sure you end on a friendly note. You don’t want to sound intimidating, you want to sound knowledgeable and friendly.

SubHeadline About Why Your Course Is Valuable

The format for this section is known as PAS: Pain, Agitation, Solution. Start by identifying your customer’s pain. Show them that you understand their problem.

Don’t rush to introduce your course, but instead be really specific when you describe exactly how it feels to have this problem. You want your reader to start nodding and thinking “Yes, that’s exactly my problem!

Once you’ve really made the pain clear, it’s time to agitate it. Indulge in how this problem gets worse. Why is it frustrating? Why does it feel so awful? What is it that makes the problem so problematic?

After a few short paragraphs, you should have your readers 100% focused on the issue and how bad it is.

If you are writing a long-form sales page, this is the section that would grow the most. You could expand this into a blog post format, with a content pattern that explores the customer’s pain even further. Add images, icons, subheadings, quotes and more.

If you’ve written this section well, your visitors should be wanting a solution by the end of it. They’ll be hoping that you’re about to turn things around and relieve their pain for them.

And you are…

Pricing Plan

This section is all about price anchoring. In a moment, your visitor will be seeing the price of your online course, so you want to begin talking about the value of your course in this section so that when they finally see the price, they feel that it is reasonable.

regular course

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$

99.99

/mo

  • Working time 24/7 all days
  • Lifetime Acces
  • Acces to All Modules
  • Immediate Start

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advanced course

Simple, fast and effective flexible move

$

129.99

/mo

  • Working time 24/7 all days
  • Lifetime Acces
  • Acces to All Modules
  • Immediate Start
  • 30 minute private coaching call

Here’s what people are saying about the course

This paragraph is optional, but you might want to use it to introduce your upcoming testimonials. Since you’ve just introduced your course, they should focus on how the course helped customers to obtain a huge benefit. If you haven’t got great testimonials yet, then check out our the secret to getting raving testimonials for your online course

Marie Fisher

Developer

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

Since these 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced your course, they should focus on how the course helped customers to obtain a huge benefit.

Carl Numan

Hotel Manager

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

Since these 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced your course, they should focus on how the course helped customers to obtain a huge benefit.

Gary Howard

Photographer

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

Since these 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced your course, they should focus on how the course helped customers to obtain a huge benefit.

faq

What are common questions about your course?

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

Can You Put Example Questions Here? 

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

Can You Put Example Questions Here? 

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

Can You Put Example Questions Here? 

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

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