Well hey! How cool is it to get to review my intro each time I head up the mountain on another eCourse adventure. I’ve experimented, failed, learned a lot and grown! Now I’m pumped up to be back on the mountain and focused on eCourses for the next few months.
I’m still in SMA Mexico, and these days I have an in-person studio where I give classes and plan to use to film as well as give retreats in the future.
These other elements of my biz probably best reflect one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned since I 1st started GEA almost two years ago (wowza!). My eCourses may be a key part of my business, but they’re not THE business. I really knew so little when I got started about branding and marketing that I thought if I built it they would come. Now I think I’ve got a more balanced approach and I can come back to eCourses with all I’ve learned and kick ass.
The course I want to create is Bad Artist Bootcamp, a free mini-course I’m going to launch this Monday but that will be an ongoing super awesome freebie that will get people in drawing shape.
After Bad Artist Bootcamp celebrates the end of our week-long challenge, I’ll follow up with the opportunity for my students to work with me for a month long re-launch of the course I’ve already built, 10 Steps to Drawing.
I already have my Bootcamp launch page complete! Check it out and let me know if you have feedback, I plan to revise it using Thrive Themes (this is a landing page made with ConvertKit) when I set the Bootcamp up as an evergreen mini-course.
On the subject of Thrive Themes, I really like how Thrive Apprentice looks with a collection of little mini-courses. I think this could be a great way to do some content marketing if the bootcamp made with Apprentice goes well 🙂