Online course creators are often focused on the content of the course, but there is another crucial aspect that sometimes gets put on the back burner even though it should be equally taken into consideration: the visual elements. Here’s what to consider when using these in your online course:
You can create good quizzes for your online course as long as you know what are the types of questions you could ask and the corresponding advantages and disadvantages, and that an authoring tool or a good LMS will save you time and offer plenty of options for creating awesome quizzes.
Outsourcing may be a great solution for easing your workload as an online course creator, but sometimes you might want to reconsider it. Every coin has two sides, after all. So let’s explore a few advantages and disadvantages to this practice.
Even if your long-term goal is to create and sell comprehensive online courses, it’s important you don’t overlook the growing appetite that audiences have for microlearning. If you want them to buy your intricate and delicious four layered cake, you’ll have to convince them with a taste of a skillfully made slice first
A successful marketing strategy should incorporate the right amount of both worlds – organic and paid. In a time when costs are a real issue and potential customers may be more guarded with their credit card, the free, organic version of promoting your business is the best option – you can build brand awareness, trust, and a loyal audience.
Quizzes are an integral part of a self-paced course so you want to spend some time learning how to get them right. There are a few mistakes that even more experienced course creators make. It’s up to course creators to make quizzes engaging enough so they serve their final purpose: help learners retain what they’ve learned.
The INDIE Blog turned 1! How time flies! It feels like yesterday we started blogging about creating, marketing and selling online courses and navigating the challenges of being a knowledge entrepreneur. Here are the top 10 posts of the INDIE Blog:
Outsourcing is one solution to many stringent problems that course production may cause. Letting experts do some of the job for you will allow you to put all your energy and time into the things you like and want to do, giving your course a fair chance to succeed.
In a world when news, products, and services are no longer found by potential customers but find them instead, leveraging all that Facebook has to offer is an absolute necessity. The platform can help you engage your potential customers and grow your online course business.
Online courses are not exactly tough sellers but there is a lot of competition on the learning market. Getting customers to your page and convincing them to buy your course and come back is going to be a lot easier with a few good tools in place from the get-go. Here are 6 e-commerce hacks for getting higher sales on your online courses: