We’re all been there. Faced with such a big task such as designing a Teachable sales page, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Whether you’re starting from scratch or trying to improve your current Teachable website it’s a hard task, especially if you’re not design focussed.
With this in mind, it’s always good to go searching for inspiration from other creators. However, this is often time-consuming as it requires you to go searching for GOOD Teachable sales pages which convert. Luckily for you, we’ve done the hard work for you and compiled a list of the best Teachable sales pages that you can take some #TeachableInspo from.
Don’t Tell Charles
Don’t tell Charles is an online cake decorating school developed by Thao Armstrong. The constant theme running through the sales page makes it simple, but pretty and easy on the eyes.
From testimonials to buy now buttons to a story section, Thao didn’t do things by halves when she created her online school. Testimonials are so important as people trust other customers more than they will ever trust the service provider to tell them how great the service is. The more great testimonials you have on your sales page, the better.
It’s no surprise that Don’t Tell Charles is a massive success with Thao even being able to quit her 9–5 job due to the income her Teachable site is bringing in. An increasingly common occurrence in the Teachable community.
To check out Thao’s sales page for yourself, click here
The Yoga Doctor
There’s not a lot we don’t like about this one. In fact, it’s fair to say, there’s not a lot we don’t LOVE about this one. Alanna Kaivalya is the owner of this Teachable sales page which trains yoga bunnies into yoga teachers.
If we had to say our favourite thing about this sales page. It has to be the video of Alanna speaking personally to her potential students. Videos convert easier than copy which may just be skimmed or ignored. As well as this, if your students can put a friendly face to their instructor, they are even more likely to buy. Videos allow a more personal experience whilst still explaining yourself and your course.
We also love how Alanna has included all the yoga organisations she has worked for or helped support. This gives her and her course more authority as it demonstrates authority in her field.
Self Publishing Formula
With 10,000 students, Mark Dawson’s Teachable course surrounding self-publishing is something that a lot of course creators can only dream of! However, with an amazing sales page like this, we’re not surprised!
Mark’s friendly photos really help to bring some personality to his sales page, again giving it the personal touch, showing that he is someone that can be trusted. Mark includes a sign-up form with multiple lead magnets to capture email addresses of potential students — always a positive! Again, including the logos of prestigious companies such as Forbes helps assert his dominance in the publishing world, telling potential students he knows what he’s talking about.
What we really love about this sales page is the video including testimonials of current students. Social proof is so important on a sales page that even if you don’t have the capacity right now to create a video, ensure that you include written testimonials on your sales page. However, the fact you can see the faces of students who loved the course legitimises their praise even more. We love it!!
Lea Pica- Inspiring Insights Academy
Now, if the other sales page’s didn’t blow your socks off, we’re confident this one will. Lea Pica specialises in data story-telling, teaching students how to make beautiful and informative presentations.
This sales page really does have everything! From video testimonials to FAQs there’s not a lot you won’t find on this page. FAQs are amazing to include on a sales page. If you know of any common questions that are frequently asked by leads before they purchase, answer them here! It will save the lead leaving the sales page to find the answer and potentially never returning.
Lea even included product bundles, a great idea if you want to cross-sell your courses.
Again, Lea includes the organisations she’s worked with to create a sense of authority as well an origin story. This differs from the ‘Story Section’ as you are not repeating why you got into your chosen field, you are explaining why you are qualified to teach your subject.
As well as this, Lea also offers a money-back guarantee. Showing that you offer refunds for unsatisfied customers is a great way to show that you have enough confidence in your product or service that you are even willing to give someone their money back if they are not satisfied. It will make a lead less resistant to part with their money if they know they will receive it back if needs be.
With so many elements of a good sales page in there, it’s no wonder the course is a success!