New York, NY – January 23rd, 2020 – Create a business overnight by licensing and selling high-quality business and marketing courses and books.
Alex’s opening his courses for licensing opens the door for tens of thousands of entrepreneurs to get into the Elearning industry, selling high-quality courses.
The Elearning industry is one of the most popular industries today because it is experiencing high growth, represents a passive income opportunity, and lets entrepreneurs do good in the world by joining the revolution in education by making it affordable for everyone.
But until today, there has been just one problem. There is a barrier to entry into this market. It isn’t easy to create high-quality courses. Creating high-quality courses requires skills like deep subject matter expertise, teaching ability, presentation ability, equipment and ability to film high-quality videos that also have high quality audio. Most entrepreneurs don’t even dare trying to create new courses, and those that do, inevitably make low-quality courses because like anything else, creating high-quality products requires experience and ability.
Another option is for entrepreneurs to hire spokespeople to record the courses. But it is expensive to create high-quality courses consisting of hours of video from scratch, and the chance that the courses fall short in terms of teaching of expertise is still high.
But starting today, entrepreneurs can acquire high-quality courses overnight, and begin re-selling them on their websites. The PLR (private label rights) course licensing agreement is pretty liberal and allows entrepreneurs to edit any part of the course. Here is a link for PLR courses and here is the same PLR licensing for books.
About Alex Genadinik
Alex Genadinik is a successful online entrepreneur with 6+ years experience teaching business and marketing on Udemy where he is one of the top business and marketing instructors. Alex is also a business coach with experience coaching over 1,000 entrepreneurs, and a 3-time bestselling Amazon author. Alex has a B.S in Computer Science from San Jose State University.