It’s great to know the theoretical aspects of running a small business, but practice makes perfect. Continuing our discussion about what marketing automation can do for your e-learning business, let’s explore six marketing automation tools that any e-learning entrepreneur can use to generate more leads.
Tools that automate the marketing process are built to meet the universal business desiderate of increasing customer base and revenue at a lower cost. Using marketing automation, small e-learning businesses can easily market on multiple channels and automate repetitive tasks.
As a knowledge entrepreneur, guest blogging is a wonderful way to establish yourself as an expert and build your brand. Many guest blogging ideas are rejected because the writer didn’t know how to sell them. The better your pitch email is, the higher the chances of being accepted by a high-ranking site with many visitors.
Your ability to organize your time is directly linked to how much you can accomplish by the end of the day. As online course creators, you need to make the best out of your time without overworking or neglecting your health. Here are 7 time management tips you should consider:
During the past 12 months, we explored a variety of topics related to online courses and knowledge entrepreneurship, sometimes through the lens of the global events affecting all of us. Now let’s have a look at the best performing INDIE Blog posts from the previous year:
One of the most frequent attributes attached to e-learning is tailored to the learner’s needs. If you are to be successful in selling your course, you need to achieve precisely this: define your learner persona and then build a course and a marketing strategy that fits like a custom-made glove.
While VR is by no means in its infancy, it’s also a relatively new and developing field. We now know enough about how it works to realize that it can be a fantastic tool for online course creators. The key is to focus VR design on user needs rather than on stretching the limits of technology.
Most people are working and learning from home, and there isn’t that much face-to-face interaction. Yet, being part of a community is important. In addition, every course creator needs to understand the benefits of connection and sharing experiences. That’s why it’s a great strategy to design opportunities for social interaction in online courses, which will increase learner engagement and motivation.
Though getting started with VR design for your online courses may seem daunting at first, you’ll be pleased to find out that you don’t have to be a graphic design wizard to figure it out. Here are a few tips on beginning your VR creative journey.Though getting started with VR design for your online courses may seem daunting at first, you’ll be pleased to find out that you don’t have to be a graphic design wizard to figure it out. Here are a few tips on beginning your VR creative journey.
Guest blogging is a long-term strategy to put yourself and your e-learning brand out there. It won’t instantly quadruple your website traffic, but it will help you gain credibility and establish yourself as an expert in the long run.