The concept behind it is in the name of the course, "Skip the Scams." I've seen and known so many people who have been bilked for hundreds of dollars, it frustrates me; hence the user title under my pic. I hope to divert some of the scam traffic to something legitimate and valuable that doesn't make false or unrealistic promises. I've been working on this course for about 4 months.
It's going to be at least 150-200 pages (I'm still formatting so don't know the final tally). There will be 20-25 lessons with assignments, worksheets, and supplementary information, all geared toward the new Internet marketer who doesn't know a thing about making a web site. I'm teaching local students now the same information in a classroom setting, and they're loving it. I'll also be throwing in a couple of bonuses, shorter e-books, most likely.
This may raise some skepticism, but I am thoroughly convinced that I've done a really good job on this and that it's different from almost everything out there. As I indicated, it's written in a step-by-step format for someone who is so new at it that reading tutorials and blogs on the Internet, even if written for a beginner, is still over their heads. My local students have shown me that even the simplest things can still befuddle them. I also use humor in an attempt to make it more enjoyable to read and not just dry information.
I'm going to look into other methods of delivery, such as an actual book, or in video or audio format, but for now, it's going to be PDF. I'm a graphic designer, too, so it looks professional as well. (I probably sound like a raving egomaniac, sorry!)
My question is this: (you were wondering if I was ever going to get to the point, weren't you?) What would be a reasonable price for this course? It's not just an e-book. I have a general range in mind, but I won't say it here yet because I don't want to influence anybody's suggestions.
I intend to have an affiliate program of my own so I can have the help of others in getting it out there. I want to charge enough so that we all get a meaningful cut, but not so much that the newbie wouldn't or couldn't spring for it.
What do y'all think?