Digital fatigue is real and is probably affecting more people than one might think. To counteract the negative impact of digital fatigue on learners, you have to design learning experiences that are engaging and facilitate a seamless acquisition of information.
Social media is serious business and can get you serious business if you know how to leverage it. Employing social media to drive up your sales has great potential. There is both direct and indirect revenue to be gained from this, and here are a few tips on how to proceed.
Coaching has now become an essential tool for moving a lot of businesses (and individuals) forward, so offering the insight and tools for doing it right is a great opportunity for e-learning designers.
Analyzing your competition boils down to identifying who your competitors are, what they do, and see what you can do better or differently. Doing this will help you a lot and give you that competitive edge needed to grow your business.
Teaching other businesses how to coach and market their own assets as learning products is highly beneficial. It can bring a steady stream of income and place the learning entrepreneur at the center of a professional network.
2020 has presented both issues and opportunities for e-learning entrepreneurs. If you feel that you need to do something besides your main business to earn some more money, but don’t know exactly which way to go, check out this list of online gigs that are highly compatible with the skills and schedules of e-learning designers:
Having good e-learning content isn’t enough when your goal is to drive your business forward. Building the right audience for your online course is also very important, so here are some practical ideas about making it happen:
If you want your business to be profitable, you need to understand how the e-learning market works and what’s available out there, not just your corner of the internet. Here are the four main benefits of doing a competitive analysis:
The subscription marketing model has been steadily increasing for the past years and saw a somewhat expected boom during the pandemic. Employing a subscription model for your e-learning business might be a good idea. After all, repackaging is always an excellent opportunity to give products and services a new boost.
All the time and effort you have invested in your online courses will pay off eventually, but right now there are special circumstances that make e-books rather appealing to people who spend all day on their laptops. Turning your learning material into e-book content is not about changing your product, it’s about diversifying it.