How to Create an eCourse In 5 Easy Steps

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An eCourse is a great way to share your knowledge, generate income, and build a community of learners. 

There are several platforms, like Kajabi, Thinkific, and LearnWorlds, that make building and selling your online course easy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Think about the topic you want to create your course on
  • Outline your course and start creating content
  • You can then upload your content to an online course platform

5 Steps to Build an eCourse

Building an eCourse for the first time can be overwhelming, so we’ve broken it down into five actionable steps.

You can follow these steps to create your first online course.

Step 1 – Decide on the eCourse Topic

If you are thinking about creating an eCourse, you likely have a topic in mind already. 

If you don’t, make a list of the following: 

  • Your skills
  • Your hobbies
  • Your interests
  • Your experiences
  • Your achievements

You can look through the list and work out which topics you’re passionate about and have the most knowledge of.

You don’t need to be the best in the field, but the more interested and passionate you are about your topic, the easier you’ll find it to create the course and encourage your students. 

We also recommend thinking about the skill level you want to teach. Are you creating a course for a beginner, advanced learner, or expert?

Analyze the Topic

Once you’ve chosen your topic, you’ll need to analyze it. 

Analyzing the topic helps you work out the following:

  • Your target audience
  • How much demand the topic has
  • What your potential customers are looking for 
  • The problem your potential customers want to solve

The reason you analyze your topic is to ensure there is a market to sell to and to discover what you need to include in your course to attract your dream customers.

You can analyze the topic in multiple ways, including the following:

  • Find Out What Other Courses Cover – Search Google for your topic with the word course, e.g., “Portrait Drawing Course.” You can look at others running the same course and see what their course covers. 
Find Out What Other Courses Cover
Take a look at the feedback
  • Look at SEO Tools – There are tools that allow you to see how many people are searching for a term and other relevant terms. These tools can show you if there is a market for the course and what to include in the course.

You could use a site like Ahrefs and use their Keywords Explorer tool. The tool will show you the volume of searches along with keyword suggestions.

Look at SEO Tools

For example, we can search “Portrait Drawing,” and the free tool gives us popular phrases. We can use these phrases to give us ideas on what to include in the course.

These include the following:

    • Self Portrait Drawing
    • Portrait Drawing References
    • Family Portrait Drawing
    • Easy Portrait Drawing
    • Faceless Portrait Drawing
    • Charcoal Portrait Drawing
    • Portrait Drawing Background Ideas
  • Search Social Media for Potential Customers – You can search Facebook groups, Instagram hashtags, and TikTok for your topic. The users who are posting are likely your target customers. You can see what they’re posting about, the problems they’re having, and what would make them purchase your course.

Step 2 – Outline Your eCourse and Create Content

Now you know what your course is about and what you want to include, it’s time to outline your course and create your content.

How to Structure an eCourse

You can structure your course in any way you like, but most commonly, courses are laid out as follows:

  1. Introduction – This could be a module that introduces the course. You can outline the course contents, set expectations, provide any resources, introduce yourself and the other instructors, and give any guidance to students on how to navigate the course.
  2. Modules – Your modules will help organize your lessons. 
    • Submodules – Split your modules into submodules.
    • Lessons – Your lessons hold your content.
    • Quizzes and Assessments – Test your student’s knowledge, set assignments, and track your student’s progress with quizzes and assessments.
  1. Conclusion – Wrap up your course with a final message to your students. You could provide a call to action, like offering them another course or asking them to provide feedback, join your mailing list, or buy another product.

Now you’ve structured your course, you can start creating the lessons in your course.

The lessons are how you’ll deliver your course content. There are multiple ways to deliver your content, and the platform or method you choose to host your course on will also determine these.

Usually, all platforms offer the following:

  • Video – Video is the most common method of delivering an eCourse. Video lessons are engaging and can be interactive for students, which can increase learning retention.
  • Audio – Deliver your lessons through audio, like a podcast-style series. Audio is easy for students to consume on the go.
  • Text and Image – Create text and image lessons, like a blog. You can use the images to demonstrate or aid your text. These lessons are easy for students to scan and refer back to without having to watch a full video or listen to an audio lesson.

Some platforms also offer the following lesson types:

  • Live Interaction and Webinars – Host a live class, feedback session, Q+A, check-in, or small group coaching.
  • PDFs or Downloads – Attach files for your students to download. These could be worksheets or any other complementary material.

Once you’ve decided on your outline and the type of lessons you’re going to create, you can start recording, writing, or designing them.

Tips for Your Lessons:

  • Keep your lessons concise and on-topic.
  • If you can, edit your video and audio lessons to reduce the number of speech fillers and pauses.
  • Create a script before you start recording to help you stay on track.
  • Set your camera up so it’s stable, with you in the middle of the frame.
  • Choose a neutral background that’s not distracting for your students.
  • Consider the volume of your voice and how far you are from the microphone, and try to keep it consistent for all of your lessons.
  • You can use screen recordings and presentations to present your video lessons in different ways.

After you’ve recorded your lessons, you will need to save and download your lessons. 

Step 3 – Choose a Platform to Host Your eCourse

Now, you need to choose how you will host your eCourse. 

There are multiple ways you can do this. The main three ways are the following:

Course Marketplaces 

Course Marketplaces

A course marketplace is just as the name suggests: a marketplace for courses.

Students can search the marketplace, like they would on Amazon, to find the right course for them. Some of the most popular course marketplaces are the following:

  • Udemy
  • Skillshare
  • Coursera
  • Udacity

These marketplaces have existing audiences and users, making it easier to find students. 

However, the platforms are more rigid, with fewer lesson options and less flexibility with the course structure. You also can’t set the price of your course, as often, the marketplaces are on a subscription basis. So, instead of being paid per sale, you’ll be paid a revenue share based on your engagement. 

The marketplaces also don’t pass on your students’ information, making it harder to analyze and optimize your course or build a relationship with your audience.

Learning Management System Plugin

Learning Management System Plugin

If you have an existing WordPress site, you can use a plugin to create courses.

A learning management system plugin is beginner-friendly and has all the features required to build and sell your courses. These include:

  • Course builder
  • Lesson templates
  • Quizzes
  • Assignments
  • Payment plan options
  • Payment integrations

Students can also easily consume your content with a simple interface and dashboard.

Course Platforms

There are platforms dedicated to helping creators share and monetize their knowledge. 

Tons of platforms are available to choose from, and some of our favorites include the following:

Each platform offers different features and tools. The platform you choose will depend on the features you need, your previous experience, the type of product you want to create, and your budget. 

We’ll look at three of the top platforms in depth to help you decide. 

Kajabi is our favorite online course creator platform. It’s an all-in-one tool that doesn’t require any additional tools to create, market, and sell your courses. 

Who is Kajabi Best For?

Kajabi would work for creators in all industries. We recommend it for expert creators due to its price and advanced features. If you’re just starting, it’s one of the most expensive options, and you might not utilize all of the tools available.

Benefits of Kajabi:
  • Easy to use.
  • Ability to create advanced courses with a variety of lessons, modules, and submodules.
  • You can build sales pages and a complete website to sell your products.
  • Can create other digital products, like a community and coaching, which you can bundle with your courses.
  • Expert customer training and resources.
  • Email marketing tools and sales funnels are included.
  • Built-in payment processor and various payment options.
  • Everything is built-in; you don’t need to use any integrations.
  • Free mobile app.
Downsides of Kajabi:
  • Expensive platform compared to other options.

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LearnWorlds allows you to create and sell online courses and build your own website. It has the most engaging course creation tools.

Who is LearnWorlds Best For?

LearnWorlds is the best option for learning-focused creators due to its interactive and engaging course features. It is suitable for customer training, employee training, and creators looking to monetize their passion.

Benefits of LearnWorlds:
  • Has the best online course-building tools.
  • Can create additional digital products, like communities, e-books, and digital downloads.
  • The comprehensive help center makes it easy to find the answers to your questions.
  • The interactive video feature allows you to customize your videos with pop-ups, buttons, in-video quizzes, player skins, and more.
  • Affordable plans to get started.
  • Can create a white-label mobile app.
  • It has detailed course insights.
  • Blog-building tools are available.
  • Copyright protection.
Downsides of LearnWorlds:
  • Requires marketing integrations, which can become expensive and complex to manage compared to all-in-one tools.
  • The features available on the starter plan are minimal. There is also a large price jump between the starting plan and the next plan.

Thinkific is one of the most popular course creator platforms. It allows you to build and sell courses and communities.

Who is Thinkific Best For?

Thinkific is the best option for beginners, as it’s easy to use, and there is a free plan to help you get started. 

Benefits of Thinkific
  • It’s super easy-to-use Thinkific, and its free plan lets you get to grips with it before joining a paid plan.
  • Lots of different lesson types are available, making it easy to make engaging courses.
  • Can create a community for your students.
  • Pre-built course templates make it easy to create your course.
  • Thinkific has both a branded and generic mobile app option.
  • We’ve seen some new features launched, like funnels, which shows Thinkific is continually upgrading the platform.
  • Ability to build a complete website.
  • Has a built-in payment processor, TCommerce.
  • Helpful resources and customer support.
Downsides of Thinkific
  • Thinkific does offer some marketing tools. However, you will likely need to use integrations to grow your business.
  • There is no built-in blogging feature.

Once you’ve chosen the right platform, you can choose a plan and sign up.

You can then explore the platform to see how everything works.

Step 4 – Add Content to Your eCourse

It’s time to create your course. 

In this section, we’ll show you how to add your content to a course platform.

However, the process will be slightly different if you’ve chosen a marketplace or plugin to host your course.

For course platforms, the platform you choose will determine exactly how this is done. However, the process is usually pretty similar on all of the platforms. 

We’ll look at Thinkific and LearnWorlds and what each platform looks like when you create a course and add content.

On LearnWorlds, we can click “Courses” and “+ Create Course.”

Step 4 - Add Content to Your eCourse

On Thinkific, we click “Learning Products,” select “Courses,” and then click “+ New Course.”

Learning Products

You will then be directed to complete the course setup. 

directed to complete the course

This is usually a few steps where you can enter the course details. The exact steps will depend on the platform you’re using, but usually it consists of the following:

  • Course name
  • URL
  • Price
  • Image
  • Description

This information can usually be updated in your course settings later.

You will then be directed to the course builder. Here, you can add your content. 

As you’ve already outlined your course and created the content, you just need to build it on the platform.

On Thinkific, you will need to add your chapters (or modules). 


Once you’ve created a module, you can add your lessons. You might have different lesson types available, depending on which platform you’ve used to create your course.

add your lessons

The lessons you select will depend on the outline you created. 

We’ll cover the two most popular lesson types:

  • Video Lesson – On LearnWorlds, lessons are called learning activities, and the video activity is located under the multimedia section.
lessons are called learning activities

When you select the video learning activity, you’ll need to enter the name and click “Save and Edit.” 

Save and Edit

In the settings, you need to choose the video file you want in the lesson.

You can also edit the other settings and click “Save.”

You can also edit

After you’ve edited the settings, you can open up the video lesson and customize it. Once you’re happy with your edits, you can click “Save.”

edited the settings
  • Text Lesson – We’ll use Thinkific as an example for the text lesson. You can select “Text” from the lesson options.
Text Lesson

This will open the lesson editor. From here, you can add your lesson title and contents.

open the lesson editor

Once you’ve added your lesson contents, you can scroll down, choose your lesson settings, and click “Save.” 

lesson contents

You can repeat the process of adding modules and lessons until you’ve built your complete course. 

All the platforms allow you to preview your course as a student so you can check it’s perfect.

Step 5 – Market and Sell Your eCourse

You’ve got a complete course. It’s time to find some students. 

If you haven’t set your course price and payment options, you can do so in the settings of your course.

To collect money for your courses, you need to connect your account with a payment processor. 

Some platforms offer a built-in payment processor, and others require you to integrate your own payment processor with the platform. The most common payment processors are:

  • Stripe
  • PayPal

You can create a PayPal or Stripe account and connect it with your platform of choice. This allows you to accept and manage payments.

Step 5 - Market and Sell Your eCourse

After you’ve connected with a payment tool and set your price, you can start marketing your course. 

There are multiple ways to do this, and the platform you’ve chosen might have marketing features built-in that can help you.

Step 1 – Create a Landing Page

The first step is creating a landing page, sales page, or product listing page on your website. All the course platforms we’ve recommended allow you to do this. 

This is where your customers will purchase your course from.

On LearnWorlds, you select “Layout.” This will open the site builder. The site builder allows you to customize your page.

Step 1 - Create a Landing Page

On Thinkific, you select “Landing Page.” You can use the sidebar menu and click-to-edit tools to customize the page.

Landing Page

When a user goes to purchase the product, they will be redirected to a checkout.

You might be able to customize your checkout, depending on the platform you’ve chosen. This will include the fields required, payment options, and discounts or order bumps.

Once you’ve created the page where customers will buy your course, it’s time to drive traffic.

Step 2 – Drive Traffic

You can drive traffic to your site in various ways. Some of the most popular ways are the following:

  • Email Marketing – Send your contacts an email sequence or campaign that directs them to the checkout. Email sequences or campaigns are a prebuilt series of emails that are sent based on the contact’s action or a set time frame. 
    Several course platforms, like Kajabi, Podia, and Kartra, include email marketing. All of the other platforms integrate with third-party email marketing tools. Some of the most popular email marketing tools are ActiveCampaign, MailChimp, HubSpot, Klaviyo, and GetResponse.
  • Funnels – A sales funnel is a journey you guide potential customers through to encourage them to purchase your products. It will likely include an opt-in landing page, an email marketing campaign, and your sales page.
A sales funnel is a journey
  • Social Media – Create social media profiles for your brand and post relevant, useful, and engaging content. You can start to gain an organic following. Those who follow you will be interested in your brand and products. You can then send that traffic to your product pages and checkout. 
  • Paid Ads – Run paid ads on Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest. You can create ads to target potential customers. You will need to enter the details of who you want to target and set your budget. The ad will appear on their social media or search engine. When potential customers click on your ad, you can direct them to your product page. 
Run paid ads on Google
  • Improve Website’s SEO – Optimize your website to improve its organic search visibility. This helps potential customers who are searching for similar products to find yours. You might want to post content to your site, like a blog, to help customers find you or update your product page to improve the user experience with a better title, URL, description, etc.

Should I Create an eCourse?

Yes, if you have knowledge, advice, or a lesson to share, an eCourse is the best way to do it.

It allows you to connect with a wide audience and generate additional income. However, it can be time-consuming to create and requires management once you’ve started selling the course.

Looking at the pros and cons of creating an online course can help you decide if it’s right for you.

Pros of Creating an eCourse

  • Share Knowledge – An online course allows you to share your message, passion, and knowledge with the world. 
  • Generate Income – Replace your existing income or generate additional income by selling your eCourse. You can also create order bumps, upsells, or down-sells products to help increase your sales. 
  • Create a Community – Build a community of people that all share the same interests. You can meet like-minded people, share ideas, and make new friendships. You can also send your community new offers and relevant emails to generate sales. 
  • Save Time – It would take hours to teach the same course to hundreds of customers in person. With an online course, you only need to teach it once and can distribute it to millions of people.
  • Scope to Expand Easily – There is no limit to the number of online courses and digital products you can create and sell. Once you’ve built your first one, you can keep creating courses to expand your business and increase your sales.
  • Reach a Wider Audience – An eCourse allows you to reach more than just those in your area. You can reach students across the globe, which gives you a much larger audience to sell your eCourses to.
  • Recurring Income – Once you’ve created your course, you can continue to sell it over and over again. 

Cons of Creating an eCourse

  • Learn the Skills and Tech – In order to launch a course, you need to learn how to present, create, and edit the content for the course and learn how to use the platform you’re launching the course on, as well as how to promote and sell it. 
    It can take a while to get to grips with everything, but there are plenty of resources online to help teach you. Most platforms will also offer a demo or tutorials to show you how to create, market, and sell your products.
  • No Guaranteed Results – You can spend a lot of time creating your course, as well as money on the software and marketing, but there is no guarantee you’ll make sales. 
    It’s always a risk, but you could create a short first course to minimize the time spent. Most platforms also offer a free trial and money-back guarantee, so you can launch your course without paying for software.
  • Deal with Running a Business – Launching your course is just the first step. Once you’ve started making sales, you’ll need to manage all of the other aspects of running a business, such as customer service, marketing, etc.
    You might also need to register for a business license and file taxes.

Tips for Creating a Successful eCourse

Success means something different to everyone. You might want to create a free course to reach as many students as possible, or you might want to generate as much income as possible.

No matter your definition of success or goal in creating your eCourse, you will want to make your course engaging, interesting, and interactive for your learners. 

These are our top tips for increasing your chances of success.

Engaging Content

The content you sell needs to be engaging and interesting. You can do this by using a mixture of video, audio, and text lessons. 

Video lessons tend to be the most engaging of the three, as you provide a visual and audio element. Several online course platforms also allow you to gamify your video lessons using text pop-ups, questions, subtitles, and self-navigation.

Engaging Content

Gamifying your videos means that students need to actively engage with the content to consume it. 

You can also take this a step further by delivering your content through live lessons and webinars, as well as incorporating quizzes and assessments and using certificates to reward your students on their grades or participation. 

Confirm Market Demand

Your eCourse is a digital product that you either want to give away or sell.

To do this, you need to ensure there is an audience for your product. If you don’t check that there is demand for your product, you might find it’s a waste of time, money, and resources to create it.

There are several ways to estimate the demand for your product: 

  • Check Out Your Competition – Search on Google or social media for others selling digital products in your niche. You can then see which products they’re selling, their course content, the engagement their posts get, and any feedback or customer reviews. 

This can give you inspiration for your products and confirm that there is an audience interested in your topic.

Check Out Your Competition
  • Look at Trends and Search Volume – There are sites that let you see the search volume for specific keywords. For example, you can see how many people are searching for a keyword like “Online Yoga Class.” You can also look at related topics, which can give you lesson or module ideas. For example, if you see that “Beginner Yoga Poses” is a related topic, you could make a worksheet of poses for beginners. 

Google Trends is another way to check the demand for your topic. It analyzes the popularity in different locations. It allows you to see the search volume for different topics.

Look at Trends and Search Volume
  • Create a Survey – Send out surveys to get direct feedback from potential students on your ideas. You can see which topics they find the most interesting, the price they would consider paying, the methods they like to learn, and more.
  • Offer a Pre-Sale, Sign Up, or Mini-Course – Rather than checking if there is demand for the topic, find out who is genuinely interested in buying your eCourse. 

You can do this in several ways, such as the following:

  • Pre-Sale – Before selling your course, you can offer a pre-sale. This will give you clear data on how many people will buy your course once you launch it.
  • Sign Up – Create a sign-up page where potential students can register their interest in your product. You can ask them to sign up to your email list to be notified when the course is released, with an exclusive early-bird offer.
  • Mini-Course – Instead of creating a complete course, you could create and sell a short course. A short course will take you considerably less time to build and will give you a good idea of how many would be interested in buying your complete course.

Organize Content

Organize Content

To help your students navigate your course, it’s important to organize your content. 

Most course-building platforms allow you to split your course into the following:

  • Modules
  • Submodules
  • Lessons

As well as organizing the content, you can also manage how it’s delivered to students.

You can choose to drip-feed the content. This is when you choose on which date or how many days after purchase the content is available. For example, you could release module 1 on day 1, and module 2 on day 5, and so on.

Organizing your content and managing the delivery has several benefits, including the following:

  • Doesn’t overwhelm your students.
  • Helps them find locate the lessons they need.
  • Increases engagement and keeps customers interested and coming back for new content.
  • Protects your content from a refund request, as your students can’t access all the content at once.

Know Your Niche 

Before launching your course, make sure you have the right knowledge and information to do so. You’ll need enough knowledge and experience to build the course and answer any questions from students. 

We also recommend that you’re passionate about the topic you’re creating your course on, as it will help encourage students, and your enthusiasm will keep them engaged.

Build a Community and Connect with Students

A community can help your students meet and connect with like-minded people. It also allows you to support your students and lets them get to know you on a personal level.

The community will give your students a sense of belonging, which can increase their experience with your brand, keep them engaged with your course, and encourage them to stay consistent.

Many platforms have a community feature where you can build a social network for your students.

Many platforms have a community feature

The community allows you to post videos, messages, images, and polls and add comments and reactions. They’ll often have a direct messaging feature, too, where students can chat with you and each other. 

You can also create private groups within your community and sell or grant access to them.

For example, we have a course with three levels and have created a space inside the community for each level. E.g., when they buy the beginner level, they have access to the beginner community space.

Offer Various Pricing Plans

Offer Various Pricing Plans

Not all customers are able to afford a one-time payment, and others prefer to pay a subscription for access.

You might also want to create tiers with your pricing plans so users can upgrade their plan as they advance through the course. 

Offering a variety of payment options can increase the number of enrollments in your course.

Most eCourse platforms allow you to offer the following payment options:

  • Free 
  • One-time payment
  • Recurring payments (you can usually choose the time frame, such as weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annually)
  • Multiple payments (these are similar to installments, so you can choose a price and a set number of payments that need to be made, along with the interval in which they’re charged)

Some platforms will restrict you to only offering one payment option per course, whereas other platforms will allow you to sell the course in multiple ways.

Create Additional Learning Materials

Complementary learning materials can help enhance your course. 

You can use additional learning material for any reason, and your course type will determine the type of material you offer. 

Create Additional Learning Materials

Some of the most common learning materials are the following:

  • Lesson summaries to help guide the learner through the lesson as well as help them remember what they’ve learned.
  • Posters or infographics to help visual learners.
  • Homework for the students to complete and return at the next lesson.
  • Fill-in-the-blank worksheets that learners can complete during the lesson.
  • Charts or graphs that users can analyze themselves.
  • Articles, studies, data, or real-life examples.
  • Sample exam questions.

These learning materials encourage students to engage with your course and promote independent study.

Analyze and Optimize

You can learn a lot after you’ve built your first course and learners have started engaging with it.

Analyze and Optimize

Many online course platforms have detailed analytics, which can tell you how your students are interacting with your course. The most common analytics you can see are the following:

  • Lesson attended
  • Lessons completed
  • Lessons skipped
  • Assessment answers and results
  • Video plays
  • Video engagement
  • Drop off point in the video 
  • Average study time
  • Number of enrollments
  • Number of social interactions

Based on your analytics, you can optimize your course to make it more interesting for students. This could include changing lessons, updating quizzes, removing lessons, adding a section, or anything else to improve your student’s experience. 

If you’ve chosen a platform without analytics, you can always create a survey or feedback form to send to your customers. You can make changes to your course based on the responses.

Consider Mobile Learning

Consider Mobile Learning

If you want to sell your course on a course creation platform, we recommend looking for one that is mobile responsive or includes a mobile app.

Mobile learning can increase engagement, as it is usually interactive and can feel more like a game than learning. It is also more accessible and widens your reach, as it allows students who don’t have a computer to take your course and learn on the go.

Learning that’s more engaging and accessible also tends to have a higher completion rate.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on the type of content and the amount of content you want to create.

Once you’ve created your course content, you can use a platform like Kajabi, LearnWorlds, Thinkific, Podia, or ClickFunnels 2.0 to build your course in under 30 minutes.

Yes, if you use one of the online course-building platforms. These platforms are built to make it easy to turn your knowledge into an eCourse. All you need to do is create your lesson content and upload it directly to the course builder.


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  • Samuel Fletcher

    Samuel Fletcher is a entrepreneur with over 15 years in online course development. With an in-depth understanding of online course platforms, including Kajabi, Thinkific, LearnWorlds, and more, he has not only created courses on these platforms but has also assisted others in their course creation journeys. Beyond his hands-on experience, Sam is a passionate blogger, online business mentor, and a proactive contributor to community initiatives. His commitment to excellence and belief in dedication, perseverance, and unwavering commitment drives his success. Recognizing the gap in unbiased, quality information about online course platforms, he co-founded SupplyGem. In addition to his leadership role, Samuel serves as a Technical Writer at SupplyGem, sharing his expertise with a broader audience. Moreover, he's an active member of professional associations such as the Association for Talent Development (ATD), The Learning Guild, and others, underlining his dedication to continuous learning and industry advancement.

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