Why Should You Create Your Online Course as an Entrepreneur?

Jack Wong HM
3 min readJun 23, 2022

All entrepreneurs should consider creating their online courses. And that means you too!

The reason is that it is a scalable business, which can be quickly grown or adapted to meet your customers’ needs, making it an excellent option for expanding your reach.

But why are we talking about creating online courses here?

Online courses are becoming increasingly popular in today’s digital world. More individuals are turning to online training for professional development and employment advancement.

I’m not wasting your time with information you can get online. You can look up relevant data for your nation online.

So, what’s the big idea here?

What it means to you is that when you develop high-quality online courses that provide real value to your clients, students, or mentees, you may anticipate a surge in clients!

That’s what I mean by scalable business.

Now, do you have any online courses under your belt? If not, consider the following reasons and see if I can persuade you to develop your first online course.

Are you ready for this? Let’s get started!

Benefit 1 — Online courses can be delivered to an unlimited number of participants without incurring any reproduction costs

This is fantastic news because it means that your online courses are not like a book or other physical product that must be reproduced at great expense each time someone new wants to buy it. You can sell as many copies (or enrollments) as you like without worrying about the cost of reproduction!

Benefit 2: You can build a global audience by marketing your online course

You’ll be able to reach a larger audience and offer more courses to target a global audience. Furthermore, you’ll be able to establish a community of your clients, students, and mentees from all across the world who can assist you in promoting and supporting your courses. You may easily create a worldwide following for your courses with little effort.



Jack Wong HM

Prof Wong teaches International Tax & Tax Planning in SG & consults in taxation & business matters. He writes on business topics, tax updates, & mindset stuff.