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Sell a course through drip campaign using no-code tools
1. Product strategy: Building a landing page basics using Wordpress. This is a great tutorial from a product created by Dimitris that explains and shows you some basics on a landing page and the steps through how to create the different elements you need to create a flow for the purchase of your digital product. Dimitris takes you through the thought process for what elements you need to have on your landing page, how to construct the sign up, first welcome message and drip campaign as well as show how you can build it.
I wouldn't recommend taking your time to build something like this, but if you have the core of your product through an email drip campaign you would be able to customize it using more cost effective tools. Because using a service like Convertkit is expensive. This would allow you to be able to execute a drip campaign based on users actions for a much smaller cost.
2. Custom build with no-code tools that are easier to learn:
What advantage do you have using this stack? If you are looking to learn how to set up an email drip from start to finish Dimitris does a great job at breaking it down step by step. The advantage to using this stack is it often takes time to learn new tools. If you are already using these tools this will help you get a process and product shipped quickly because Dimitris breaks down how to do that.
The key to building is reducing the learning curve of the tools you use. All of these tools are extremely beginner and user friendly. I recommend using this tech stack instead of a service like Drip which has UX that is cumbersome to use or Convertkit that is expensive or Mailchimp which is limiting in how you can set it up.
3. No-code tool feature creating a webhook:
Additionally, this product uses a tool like Gumroad which is essential to charging a price for your e product. What Dimitris does well is also explain about putting the user's information in a secure database like Airtable. The reason for this is once you have the data in one place you can use this for future drip campaigns and create a personalized experience that will help you achieve higher conversion.
Further, Gumroad doesn't have an actual integration with Integromat. But Dimitris does a great job of explaining using a webhook. If you are curious about how to use a webhook, use this tutorial at about the 25 minute mark where he does a great job of explaining how this works.
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