How To Use Amazon To Determine The Marketability Of Your Online Course

Developing an online course is a lot of work. While it can be a very profitable endeavor, sometimes it’s hard to know if there’s a true market for the course you’re creating. Running the risk of spending hours creating a course that isn’t going to sell very well is a huge reason people are deterred from creating their own online courses.

While you can’t sell your online course directly on Amazon’s website, that doesn’t mean you can’t use Amazon’s information. Amazon has a huge customer base and the information you can learn about what sells and what isn’t selling is an asset that you can’t afford to be without. The trick is knowing how to use Amazon’s information to your advantage.

Using Amazon as a scouting tool to see what kind of market there is for the topic you’re thinking about creating an online course for is a great idea. Amazon sells ebooks and educational materials covering all kinds of topics. You can use the information about how those materials in your topic’s category are selling to make good decisions about your course.

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