To begin, it’s vital to recognize one of the most significant achievements we’ve seen at Teachable: the achievement of $1 billion in creator sales. This implies that creators from all over the platform have collectively made a billion dollars.
During the first half of 2020, Teachable developers made about $400 million and released 154,500 new courses, according to the company.
Furthermore, since the debut of our new coaching function in June, we’ve been able to assist creators in the launch of nearly 15,000 new coaching goods on the platform.
A Fresh Layer of Paint is Applied
Teachable underwent an updated rebranding process at the same time that creators were embracing coaching and extending their offerings. We also streamlined our objective to better assist and support anyone wishing to start a knowledge-based business.
Part Of The Whole
However, we are never truly alone. Our unique community, teachable:hq, was founded in June, and it has more than 6,500 active creators who are actively sharing insights and discussing business across three tailored tiers.
And, just this past fall, Teachable reached 50,000 followers on Instagram, allowing us to reach even more individuals and spread the knowledge that exists in the world.
The Gathering of Minds
This past September, we hosted our Share What You Know Summit in Los Angeles, which featured more than 40 incredible speakers including Nicole Walters, Jim Kwik , Anthony O’Neal, Gary Vaynerchuck, Lisa Nichols, and many others.
This three-day seminar assisted in the development of entrepreneurs by providing information on topics ranging from money to motivation. Even though we produced more than 20 hours of material, this was only the beginning of our efforts to become the finest business partner possible for our creators.
Following an invigorating Summit, Teachable content creators jumped right into Black Friday, where they recorded the biggest amount of coaching and course sales of the year, with more than 563,000 sales in only one month.
But as 2020 comes to a close, we want to take a moment to say that while we at Teachable will always try to make the best platform we can and celebrate the big wins, we also know that there is more to running a business than just numbers and stats. As an artist, there are little things that make you feel proud of your work.
Every little milestone on your business journey is important, and each one helps you get to where you are today—and where you want to go tomorrow.
Every little step forward is important, even if it’s just publishing your first course. Whether it’s reaching a global audience for the first time, making your first $1,000, getting positive feedback from a coaching client, or publishing your first course, every little step is important and helps you get where you want to be tomorrow.
Aishwar Babber is a passionate blogger and a digital marketer. He loves to talk and blog about the latest tech and gadgets, which motivates him to run GizmoBase. He is currently practicing his digital marketing, SEO, and SMO expertise as a full-time marketer on various projects. He is an active investor in AffiliateBay.
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