If you’re considering purchasing Course Creator Pro, then you know that it’s a very expensive course.
The question is: How does the $997 Course Creator Pro course compared to a $15 Udemy course on the same topic?
Let’s find out!
Course Creator Pro
This is the top of the line, and top of the budget, course on how to create and sell online courses. Click here to see course.
Course Length: 8 Hours
Build a Six-Figure Online Business Selling Online Courses
This is a low-end, low-budget, Udemy course on the same topic of creating and selling online courses. Click here to see course.
Price: $10-20 (depending on sales)
Course Length: 3.5 Hours
How Do They Stack Up?
The elephant in the room is the price, so let’s get that out of the way first.
The clear winner is the Udemy course because it is only a fraction of the cost of Course Creator Pro.
Both courses come with a 30-day money back guarantee however.
The winner here is the Udemy course again as it offers more content for the money.
The Udemy course has 3.5 hours of content for roughly $15 or $4.28 per hour of content.
Course Creator Pro has 8 hours of content for $997 or $124.63 per hour of content.
However, not all content is created equal.
Keep reading because things get interesting from here.
When you take price out the picture for a moment, Course Creator Pro is the clear winner by a mile on this one.
Course Creator Pro is a professionally made course and it is evident throughout. The video of the instructor talking is crystal clear, the audio is professional studio quality, and most importantly the on-screen explainer graphics are amazing throughout.
On the other hand, the Udemy course is essentially a powerpoint with a voiceover.
They say you get what you pay for, and that becomes very clear in this category.
The Udemy course is primarily a screen recording of a powerpoint with an “okay” microphone.
The clear winner is Course Creator Pro because the material is far more detailed and rich.
Again, it feels like you get what you pay for in this category.
The Udemy course is very basics oriented, and has more “fluff” throughout the course.
Course Creator Pro is straight to the point and filled with value in every sentence.
Something that Course Creator Pro has that the Udemy course does not, is real world examples with results.
For example, in Course Creator Pro they show you 3 variations of a Facebook ad used to sell courses. Then they show you how much was spent on each ad, how many people purchased, and all the metrics in between. They literally tell you what to write in your Facebook ads and why based on real life testing.
The winner here is Course Creator Pro because they offer all students lifetime access to the private Facebook Group filled with other students.
The reason this is so valuable is because you are entered into a group with high-level, like-minded, people that are doing the same thing as you.
Keep in mind, everyone who is in that group had to pay $997 to get in. People willing to spend that much money are not messing around.
On Udemy, you get access to the private Q+A discussion board but the downside is that the credibility of answers is very low.
Additional benefits you get with Course Creator Pro are discounts on software you may want to purchase to help create and sell online courses (saving you money on things that you would likely be buying for your business anyways).
Course Creator Pro: 3 Wins (Production Quality, Course Material, Course Benefits)
Udemy Course: 2 Wins (Price, Course Length)
When compared this way, it’s very clear that Course Creator Pro is the winner.
Remember that the reason you are buying one of these courses is to invest in knowledge that will benefit your business.
At the end of the day, you’re here for the course material and not here to try to save the most money.
The expression, “you get what you pay for” is the moral of the story when comparing these two courses.
If you want the right information the first time, go with Course Creator Pro.
If you want to test the waters, go with the Udemy course.
If you want to see the comparison for yourself, buy both because they both have a 30-day money back guarantee!
Not ready to enroll? You can start with their Free 1-Hour Course Creator Pro Training.