This is a replay of the live broadcast with Dennis J. Smith, Sean Kaye, Scott Duffy, and Barb Tomlin
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i think its part of a strategy
its like, do you want to make a 1.99 kindle ebook?
I heard FAcebook ads are not useful for converting digital products, but Google Adwords can be more successful, I was thinking about buying Adwords ads for funneling people to a free course opt-in mailing list though
it can be part of a strategy
I’ve spent money of Facebook ads, doesn’t work to convert on Udemy but I have gotten more people to like my pages, but that’s not a big deal if they are not customers.
no I meant for non udemy courses
as the reasons mentioned such as the udemy landing page not being a great sales page
i think the better idea with FB Ads is using them to send them into your funnel instead of your udemy course
ok u guys scared me when u mentioned that free list is non responsive
i feel the same way
why i mentioned what i did on our meeting last week
warrior forum . haven’t been there for a while
@jeremydeighan maybe change format, write books on GarageBand, etc.?
@jeremydeighan and also promote more, I need to promote more too.
i think the next step has to be “where do you go after garageband? what if you outgrow it?”
that middle layer between amateur free tools and professional perhaps
i preach this all the time
i felt it with the teespring thing
“pro-am” audio and graphic editing tools
no disrespect i love hearing you all talk
trying to get Scott to 1000 as well haha
<- this guy
Canva, Branding, GarageBand
what about how to release albums on iTunes or whatever
how to sell your audio on istock etc. that you create on garageband
i just love teaching and not so much of the work (example, i dont like really doing graphic design anymore but i love teaching about grahpic design. i dont edit music much anymore but i love teaching about editing music in garageband)
thanks for the free tips and consulting Sean, Dennis, and Scott
thanks everyone, you all rock
thanks chad and jeremy
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