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Using your established, valuable knowledge and experience, there are numerous ways you can use what you know create digital products and sell them online. Some options include: - Create an online course - Training and coaching online (individually or in groups) - Sell digital products - Create a membership-style website Here's a list of some of the best tools that can help you achieve your goals of making money online from your knowledge.

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    Erik Emanuelli

    about 3 years ago #

    Creating and selling a digital course is something I want to definitely put into practice in 2017.
    And those tools will come in handy.
    Thanks for the share, Ben.

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      Ben Jacobson

      about 3 years ago #

      Yeah, paid membership sites with premium content are all the rage. Just ask New Rainmaker's Brian Clark – he's always talking about how powerful they are. I was excited to run into this great list of useful tools.

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    Ankit Kumar Singla

    about 3 years ago #

    Great share. TY!

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    Lisa Sicard

    about 3 years ago #

    Hi Ben, thanks for sharing these tools with us. I really hadn't thought about doing an online course but these tools make it look easy, something I may incorporate with my new eBook that I am working on.

    • BJ

      Ben Jacobson

      about 3 years ago #

      Glad you found the article useful! Yeah, the experts say that offering access to additional gated materials is a powerful tie-in for ebook marketing.

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    Ryan Biddulph

    about 3 years ago #

    Hi Ben,

    Cool share! I use Teachable now - along with Selz, and will use Send Owl soon too - to package 3 of my products but love adding different platforms to the mix, as I keep adding products. I'll be sitting at 4 products soon but will create a handful next year, I'm sure. Kajabi catches my eye for its "All in One" nature. Fab share dude and great post Lilach! Wherever you are LOL.

    Ryan

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    Gail Gardner

    about 3 years ago #

    I have not run across most of these. What is everyone using to create and host their digital products online? I particularly dislike one of the most popular platforms because if your buyers primarily use PayPal you can't qualify to get your money out. Then they start charging fees against it. Not cool.

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    Ravi Chahar

    about 3 years ago #

    In this new era of digitization, creating and selling the products is a great idea.
    People really need to have some new digital products.
    The main thing is how would you approach your customers?

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    James McAllister

    about 3 years ago #

    I had the chance to talk with someone from Thinkific shortly after Udemy changed their pricing policy for their courses.

    I ended up choosing to completely self-host but if I didn't, I would've likely went through them instead. I know they make it really easy to get your courses up and going.

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    Swadhin Agrawal

    about 3 years ago #

    Thanks for sharing this Ben.

    I am creating my online course and it is terrific to see how many avenues we have to showcase and sell our digital products online.
    I think I'd love to try Thinkific, though.

    -Swadhin

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    Philip Verghese Ariel

    about 3 years ago #

    Hi Ben,
    Wonderful share, no doubt, online tools are an integral part any online business. Of course when it comes on a massive share or deal it become Very necessary.
    The tools shared in this post are worth usable in such area.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Regards

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    Eren Mckay

    about 3 years ago #

    I've been working on a few digital products that I plan on launching soon. I want to make sure to create products that will make a big difference for businesses and even freelancers everywhere. This requires that I take my time researching and testing different strategies. I really appreciate having a list of all of these tools that can help me when I start selling them.

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    Lorraine Reguly

    about 3 years ago #

    I currently do not have a digital course to sell, but I have thought about creating one.

    For now, my focus is on my personal writing projects.

    However, I'm curious about something... which one of these tools is the best to use?

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    ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΣ ΑΝΕΒΛΑΒΗΣ

    about 3 years ago #

    great post Ben thanks for sharing these tools

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