When I asked listeners last month who they’d like to hear on the show, Rob Cubbon is a name that came up from a couple different people.
It was actually a little weird, because it made me realize that even though I considered Rob a good “online friend,” we’d never actually spoken!
Rob’s been crushing it lately between is online teaching efforts and his Kindle publishing business, and as luck would have it, is a Side Hustle Show listener himself.
I’ve been following Rob’s blog for some time myself, and have been really impressed with his journey. In fact, it’s pretty inspiring and eye-opening to see some his quarterly income reports, with much of the money coming from Udemy. (His latest was over $5k!)
And a fun fact is that all of this stuff, all the digital product sales, is essentially a side hustle from his main gig as a freelance graphic designer.
In this episode, he joins me live from Chaing Mai, Thailand, where he’s living the digital nomad dream this fall.
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- How Rob got started blogging, and how his blog generated freelance design clients.
- How to write blog posts that target “buying keywords” to attract qualified traffic.
- How Rob re-purposed his YouTube videos into a free course on Udemy. (Packaging and organizing creates higher perceived value.)
- How you can gently expose your free students to your website, your brand, and your email list.
- How he’s creating the courses, primarily with screencapture software. (I use Screencast-o-matic.com)
- How he prices his courses, and how he releases them.
- Why Rob has chosen to focus on Udemy rather than his own platform (and why that is changing).
- The other places you can syndicate your digital education products.
- How re-purposed content from your courses can fuel Kindle books, blog posts, Slideshare presentations, and more.
- Rob’s #1 tip for Side Hustle Nation.
- Tara’s Graphic Design Blog
- Rob on Udemy
- Side Hustle Show 54 with Kimberly Palmer
- The Path to Passive Income on Udemy – Even If You’re Not an Expert
- My latest attempt at Udemy
- Skillfeed (out of business)
- Alun Hill: YouTube Success Secrets
What do you think? Could you teach some in demand skill on Udemy? The results are pretty attractive!