Scenarios are exciting and full of surprises, which keeps learners engaged with the content for a longer period of time. More than that, there’s no need to invest in a platform to create scenarios (if you don’t want to), as your LMS’s content creation tool already has what you need.
The visual aspect seems to be the king of engaging content these days but you might also have noticed that even in the best filmed, most action-packed motion picture, the sound has a lot of bearing into how the scenes are perceived and remembered.
Personal branding done right might also help you get more awareness and increase course sales. You just need to learn a few key practices that will help you build your personal brand quickly and efficiently. Let’s have a look at them:
With all the information written down, the course creation process will surely go smoothly. The important thing is for the end-product to be exactly what you have envisioned and what the learners need.
Online course creators encounter the challenge of aligning their work with the already established methods of creating (and curating) educational materials. A great curriculum design is supposed to demonstrate where the learner will start and where the educational journey will end.
Automation does the tedious work for you so you get to concentrate on creating courses. As long as you set it up beforehand, there’s no need for you to always be connected and available. Here’s what you need to know before you automate your courses, from the moment learners sign in to completion:
If you are an entrepreneur in the field of e-learning you surely have the dilemma of whether or not this is a good time to invest in the marketing of your courses. Even during these times, it’s very important to keep talking to your potential and existing customers. Here’s how to proceed:
Even if you think that you already have enough social media accounts to manage, you know very well that the online environment is so dynamic that you can’t afford to overlook the new opportunities. And TikTok, with its hundreds of millions of young users, is just reeking of possibilities.
Offering customer support for learners can be an unexpected challenge for entrepreneurs. The bottom line is that you can do it yourself as long as you use your learning platform to the max, automate the process if you can, and manage your time wisely.
Once your online course is almost ready to begin its fruitful e-life and you have decided to write a blog post series to give it a proper launch, it’s important that you keep on schedule with both of them. Here are a few practical tips on how to write a blog post series that will help your online course stand out from the crowd:
When you are about to launch your course and you don’t have the equipment and expertise to create a Hollywood-style teaser trailer, the next best thing is to turn to blogging and create an engaging series to act as the preamble to your course. It’s not as complicated as you may think if you follow a few logical steps: