Podia Tutorial For Online Course Creators

It has been nine months since I created my last Podia tutorial.

A lot has changed since then

They have added a whole lot of new features all over the place.

In fact, they added so many new features and updates that I had to split my in-depth video tutorial up into 2 parts.

Podia Tutorial For Online Course Creators PIN

So, let’s get started.

If you are looking for a checklist to follow along with both videos or print for yourself, you can find that HERE.

This first video contains an overview of Podia with the pricing and the features.

Next we will go into the signup process and setting up your account on the back end.

This video also includes how to set up your podia site. That is your storefront that people land on when looking for your products.

If you did not get through the entire video or are not signed up for Podia yet, be sure and bookmark this page.

This is going to be a super valuable resource to come back to when you start setting up your account.

Now let’s move on to video two.

This is all about building out your products.

This can be your online course, a PDF download, a webinar, a membership, coaching, or a mixed package.

Podia is not just for online courses, it can do so much more.

I am also going to cover many other features like email, coupons and the other marketing tools inside of Podia.

Did you know they have a chat feature? Now you do.

Let’s get into it.

I know that was a long video, but there was so much to show you.

Podia is always growing and changing.

The fact that I had to add an addition 5 minutes to the end of that video 2 weeks after it was recorded shows you just how much.

I personally think that Podia is one of the best learning management systems out there at the moment.

But that does not mean it is the right choice for everyone.

You can check out my Resource Page to see what other learning management software I recommend.

As I mentioned in the video, I am including my ‘affiliate link’ here. I sometimes review or link to products and/or services I regularly use and think you might find helpful. If you click thus link and make a purchase I may receive a small commission or other compensation. This will come at no extra cost to you if you decide to purchase.

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