In the world of passive income, dropshipping is one of the most popular options. It’s a well-known and proven strategy, but in this article we’ll cover another passive income option you can pursue, and that is by selling online courses.
Many people think that they have to create courses on their own in order to get into the Elearning business, and that holds them back from starting. But you can buy and white label courses that you can sell on your website.
The next question people might ask is how they would set up an Elearning website that hosts courses, processes payments, and has a built-in video player. That kind of a website sounds very difficult to build. Luckily, you don’t have to build a website like that from scratch. Once you acquire courses, you can use a service like Teachable or Thinkific to host and sell your courses in a way that would look like it’s coming from your brand.
The acquisition of courses and creation of your own Elearning website can be quick. You can get everything up and running in a matter of one or two days, and start selling courses. At that point, you’ll be faced with a question of how to sell the courses.
If you have an existing audience or an email list, that solves the question of how to sell the courses. If you don’t have an audience, you have options of promoting the courses on social media or running various kinds of ads, which can feel a little limited. For that reason, er want to give you an option that would actually be synergistic with dropshipping.
HOW TO COMBINE DROPSHIPPING AND WHITE LABEL COURSES
Instead of acquiring courses on random topics, you can acquire courses on the topic of Ecommerce or dropshipping. That way, you will have expertise and credibility when you sell your courses. It will be easier and more natural for you to promote courses in the Ecommerce and dropshipping space. And as you grow your Elearning and dropshipping businesses, you will also begin to get requests to coach people on it, which will open up another income stream of business coaching.