Online courses are no longer the future but the present of learning. The demand for quality e-knowledge will only grow so it’s a great time to develop your e-learning business. Here are 4 ways of setting up shop and present your ‘merchandise’ in today’s highly dynamic online market:
People need a laugh (or at least a smile or a mental nod for those who are more reluctant to manifest their feelings). So even though learning itself is a serious endeavor, an appropriate dose of humor will go a long way in making the experience more engaging and memorable.
Whether you are new to Snapchat or have been engaged with the platform for some time, the possibilities it offers when it comes to marketing are increasing by the day, so it is wise to turn that to your advantage and be present and engaging on this ‘ghostly’ platform.
If all sorts of technical issues about creating and selling an online course are more straightforward to deal with, psychological issues are a horse of a totally different color. Here are five examples of fears about creating an online course and how you can overcome each of them:
Feedback can help you improve multiple aspects of your online course. The golden rule is that, in order to get effective feedback, you need to ask the right questions. No matter if you opt for a survey or an interview, here are a few examples of what questions to ask:
The market for online courses has grown exponentially recently and many entrepreneurs have taken this opportunity to make their way into the online world and build content. Here are three types of self-paced online courses that might work for your business:
After setting up the basics of Twitter, it’s time to focus on follower engagement, building relationships, and finding that perfect balance between doing what everyone else is doing and being original. Here is how to stay on top of your Tweeting and use it to its maximum potential for promoting your course:
Twitter is a unique online social media platform as it asks for brevity and relevance in the posts it is hosting. No matter what your online course is about, you can always include Twitter in your promotion strategy. You’d be surprised by how much you can actually achieve with 280 characters!
Scenario-based learning takes elements of storytelling combined with real-world practical examples. There are different types of scenarios that instructors can choose based on what they want to achieve, including skill-based, problem-based, and gaming scenarios.
An online course is something you build once and then can sell over and over again. You just need to put it on as many virtual “shelves”, in front of as many people as possible and make it easy for them to buy your course. Here are four things to consider when trying to passively sell your online course: