Use Convene to earn money in several different ways:
Engage and continue the conversation with your audience.
Whether you're new to course creation or not, Convene offers creators targeted communities to sell their courses. One of the best ways to market courses is to do so in a space where people are passionate about a topic. Targeted communities are a great place to connect, communicate, and provide valuable content. Not only can you offer courses for sale in your group, but you can engage with the community you are building in the same place.
If you are interested in selling courses, this does require the Premier Group membership which allows you to build unlimited courses inside the community you choose. You can lock down all of your content or have the top level open and offer paid courses in subgroups. This allows you the flexibility to offer some content for free and build a group in a FREE space while also offering addition content at whatever fee you set.
Grow your sales in a community of people interested in your offers
First look to see what community your course fits best in. For example if you have a music course, you should start a group in both the Art and Entertainment and Music Communities. Then create an experience about your course, ask a few questions about the topic, and publish. Each experience has a message board where back-and-forth conversation can occur. Not only does this allow you to get to know your audience, you will also gain an understanding about their likes and dislikes about your course offering.
Since your Course Creator group is in a community centered around a specific topic, people that are already interested in that topic can discover you. You can expand your income opportunities by simply placing your group in a targeted community.
Become an affiliate with the potential of earning money
So now you have created your Group and are sending your audience to engage with you. Why not become an affiliate and send them all with your affiliate link. You aren't doing anything you wouldn't be doing anyway!