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The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Aug 23, 2023

HToday, I'm excited to share some insights on a topic that's been gaining traction lately - hosting paid workshops to make extra cash.

I'll also share our tool that simplifies the process of selling digital products, including workshops called MiloTreeCart. So, let's dive in!

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Introducing MiloTreeCart: A Game-Changer for Non-Techies

As a non-techie myself, I understand the challenges of selling digital products. That's why I'm thrilled to introduce MiloTreeCart, a tool designed specifically for us non-techies.

Whether you're selling downloads, workshops, memberships, or mini-courses, MiloTreeCart simplifies the process. It offers features such as sales pages, checkout pages, a sales dashboard, upsells, and support.

For a limited time, you can get a lifetime deal of MiloTreeCart for $349 or three easy installments. Plus, there's a 30-day money-back guarantee. And here's the cherry on top - if you purchase before the end of August, you'll get a bonus one-hour free coaching call with me!

The Benefits of Hosting a Paid Workshop

Hosting a paid workshop has numerous benefits. It's easy to set up, provides a concrete win for participants, allows for authenticity and connection with your audience, helps test ideas and build authority, and creates an asset that can be resold.

When selecting a topic for your workshop, make sure it's specific, aligned with purchasing triggers (like making money, saving money, saving time, happiness, pain relief, or social status), and resonates with your audience.

Essential Tech Tools for a Successful Workshop

To host a successful workshop, you'll need three essential tech tools: Zoom for hosting, MiloTreeCart for payment processing, and an email service provider for communication with attendees. Don't shy away from promoting your workshop through various channels, including email, social media, and personal outreach.

As for the structure of the workshop, I recommend a one-hour session with an introduction, 3 main teaching points, and 15 minutes at the end for questions.

Pricing Your Workshop: A Balancing Act

Pricing workshops can be tricky as it depends on the niche and requires trial and error. Experiment with different pricing strategies, such as offering early bird prices and using coupon codes or discounts.

Always consider the value participants will receive from attending the workshop. For instance, if your workshop teaches people how to save money and they could potentially save $100, price the workshop at $40, allowing participants to net $60 in savings.

Real-Life Success Stories

Hosting a paid workshop has become simpler with tools like Zoom, MiloTreeCart, ChatGPT, and email services.

Let me share some real-life examples of successful workshops. A wreath-making workshop generated $1,800, gluten-free sourdough bread workshops earned close to $500 each, and a social media workshop made $1,100 by optimizing Instagram bios.

These examples are simple and achievable, encouraging you to let go of perfectionism and embrace "B-minus work" that is both above average and doable.

A Limited-Time Offer You Can't Miss

Currently, MiloTreeCart is being sold for a limited-time lifetime deal of $349, which has allowed workshop hosts to make additional money. I assure you that future features will be grandfathered in for those who purchase now, but the pricing model will eventually transition to a subscription-based model. So, grab this opportunity while it lasts!

Hosting paid workshops is a fantastic way to connect with your audience, share your knowledge, and generate income. With the right tools and strategies, anyone can do it. So, why not give it a try?

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