245: The 5 types of online music courses you can create

Have a wonderful idea for an online music course but not sure where to focus your marketing efforts? Knowing the type of online course that best suits your topic and its end goal will guide you to the ideal audience.

On today’s episode, host Jaime Slutzky reviews the five (plus a bonus!) types of online courses and gives real-life examples to further explain their best uses. You’ll learn about complementary and supplementary courses, prerequisite courses, goal-specific courses, and more.

Jaime offers up an easy task to help you, but you can always get more assistance when you schedule a call with her to get one-on-one advice!

If you don’t know these different categories of online music courses, then this episode is a must-listen! Not only will you gain knowledge to get you one step closer to starting your own online music course, but you’ll discover ways to grow your business too!

Tune in to this episode for a quick rundown of the different types of online music courses you can offer your students and their families!

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • What is a complementary course?
  • Jaime shares an example of a client’s complementary course
  • Complementary vs. supplementary courses
  • Prerequisite courses
  • Creating a course for teachers and educators
  • Licensing and the growth effect
  • Courses for family of music students
  • Goal-specific music courses
  • This week’s actionable prompt

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