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Content Strategy : Free Vs. Paid Content

Sheetal Mulay, Artist / Teacher

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    • Case Study : Why anyone would pay me when they could find it online for free

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    • Effective strategies to overcome why would someone pay

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    • PDF Download : My strategies to overcome why would someone pay

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About This Class

Content Strategy :  Free Vs. Paid

Why anyone would pay for my course when they could find it online for free?

For how long you are planning to create & publish your first online course?

I know you are thinking about your course all the time.

But nothing moving ahead, you are stuck.

There are certain fears which are holding you back.

I conducted a survey & I found out there are few common ones.

The fear holding you back from creating & publishing your first online course is,

Why anyone would pay for my online course when they could find it online for free?

At the end of the course you will be able to pass through it.

Or if you have not started your first online course yet but planning to create soon it in future, this course will help you to save a lot of time without getting stuck.

This course does not talk about any technical details or Marketing & selling your courses.

The aim of the course is to provide strategies to overcome fear, mental blocks & help you to publish your minimal viable course; your first online course.

So are you ready?

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Sheetal Mulay

Artist / Teacher

About Me :

Hello, I am Sheetal Mulay from Mumbai (Bombay)-India.

I did my Engineering & started my career as a software programmer. Then, I completed my MBA & worked with a corporate for 10 Years. But a JOB is “A JOB”.

Even though I was earning well, there was something which was suffocating me. I wanted to do something more substantial and which could satisfy my creativity.

I was really trying hard...

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