I am am often quoted as saying "The number one thing you should have in our ecourse is YOU!" Some people have taken that to mean tell your subscribers about yourself in the ecourse.
That's couldn't be further from the truth.
When I say to "Put YOU in the ecourse", I'm referring to your personality.
I'm referring to the way you write or talk.
You want your subscribers to get the feeling that the ecourse is a one on one experience between you and them.
Now, I also encourage you to put some sort of bio on your website so people can get to know you that way.
It's always good for folks to know who you are, what your background is, why you qualify to create and promote this particular ecourse.
Is this necessary? Nope, but it doesn't hurt to have it available somewhere.
One of the biggest turnoffs you can possibly do with your ecourse is promote yourself within the ecourse.
Telling people how great you are and why you can do this or that is NOT the way to get your ecourse accepted by the masses.
Think about it, if you subscribe to an ecourse about gardening, do you want to read about all the credentials of the creator within the ecourse itself? Of course not.
So, do you think others would want to read about you in your ecourse? Of course not! Sure, your personality should shine through throughout the ecourse, but don't have one whole session dedicated to how great and wonderful you are.
Leave that somewhere else.
Focus your ecourse on the SUBJECT of your ecourse, not you.
Does that make sense?