About Oleg Starko

Oleg Starko is a copywriter and student coach with Mirasee. As Junior Copywriter, he helps to write and perfect the content that Mirasee develops. As a Student Coach, he helps our students craft a persuasive message that drives action.

course launch copywriting with audience

Essential Copy You Should Be Writing for a Successful Course Launch, Part 2: Launching with an Audience

This post is Part 2 in a series dedicated to copywriting for your online course launch. If you missed Part 1, which outlined essential copy for launching with no audience, you can catch up here. If you want to launch an online course, having an email list at your fingertips should make everything easier. You put a message out there, hundreds or even thousands of people read it, and they take action. Lo and behold, …

course launch copywriting

Essential Copy You Should Be Writing for a Successful Course Launch, Part 1: Launching with no Audience

So you want to launch your first online course? I want to say… Congratulations! I mean it. You’d be amazed at how few people get this far. You’ve decided that you care about helping others and sharing your knowledge with the world— more than you’re scared of failure. Unlike most wannabe entrepreneurs who sit on their course ideas for years, you are determined to bring yours to life. There’s one catch, though. If you’ve been …

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Weekend Warrior: Finding the Unfindable (Influencer) Email Address

This post is part of a (hopefully) ongoing “Weekend Warrior” series here on the Mirasee blog. With posts like these, we will give you simple, actionable assignments to complete in a weekend, to keep you moving forward with your online business. I hope you find these helpful and enjoyable. Let’s begin! So you want to build your business as fast as possible (duh!). But there are obstacles in your way, and time is probably the …

5 Proven Strategies to Encourage Clients to Pay More for Your Services (and Love It)

If you sell a service rather than a product, you will sooner or later run into the problem of bringing in new clients. As in, it takes a lot of time and effort, and the rate at which your bills accumulate starts to outpace that of profits rolling in. Many service companies and freelancers accept periods of no work and no income as a necessary evil. TweetPinShare2021 Shares