The Best Tools for Creating an Online Course

Education & Training with Becca Klein + Co.

If you're thinking about creating an online course, you'll need to know what the best online course tools are. A lot goes into a course, and it'll be way easier if you're working with the right tools. These are the best online course tools (in my humble opinion). (And you can check out my longer blog post on the best online course tools too).

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Teachable is an all-in-one course platform. You can use it to build your sales page, sell your course, and host your course. It's easy to use both for you and your students and it looks great. Highly recommend.


If you're not going to host your sales page on Teachable, you can create a great one with Leadpages. You can also use Leadpages to create opt-in pages or webinar pages to promote your course. Leadpages has tons of uses.


If you're using webinars to promote your course, Crowdcast is a great webinar platform. It's easy to set up and looks great. You can use polls and questions during your presentation to add a little more audience participation too. And you can embed it on your own site if you want to.


You'll need to create graphics for your course and its promotion, and Canva is my favorite graphic design tool. It's super easy to use and creates great graphics. It's worth upgrading to the pro version.

That should get you started! Good luck!

Comments (2)

John Pusa
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest - Glendale, CA
Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service

Hello Becca K very good list of tips for creating an online course.

Dec 11, 2020 05:03 PM
Eileen Begley
Coldwell Banker, DelMonte - Carmel, CA
Monterey Real Estate

Hi Becca; Some good resources. I had heard of a few of them but not all of them. So thanks!


Dec 16, 2020 08:45 AM