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How to Grow Your Email List with an Email Challenge and SEO Course Case Study with Brendan Hufford


Learn how to grow your email list with an email challenge and SEO course case study with Brendan Hufford from 100 Days of SEO in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Searching Facebook groups is a terrific way to find what problems your customers face and how to best solve them. Doing this also gives you insights into how to phrase your marketing message with the same emotion your audience uses to describe their problems.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Half of Companies Blocking Facebook

Learning Visions

Wednesday, August 22, 2007 Half of Companies Blocking Facebook Christy Tucker has been musing on Social Networking as LMS: Problems and Opportunities. One real problem is corporate fear of social networking tools. Im no Facebook super-user and I havent experienced a huge time suck from it, but I suppose its possible. But what information is it that is actually being "leaked" through Facebook by these irresponsible employees ?


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Designing eLearning for Cognitive Ease

Integrated Learnings

The Finding : Kahnemann describes a study in which participants needed to rely on intuition to complete a task. The study found that participants in a good mood doubled their accuracy, while those in a bad mood performed poorly. Kahnemann’s book explores this concept, describing studies in which participants were exposed to messages repeatedly over time. The Finding : The book describes a study in which participants were asked to solve a case study problem.

LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

Wifi becoming more ubiquitous and 4G evolving and probably won't be a problem in 5yrs time in UK. User experience - gestures, do you have to write content specific to platform or cross-platform? 1) Tools people have used - pros and cons Articulate, Storyline, Lectora and Captivate limited in personality, scenario-based case studies, not rich learning. I have Facebook why am I going to stay on system, I'm going to go to Facebook!

2010 in Review Part 3: My year in reflective blogging

Jane Hart

Blog C4LPT Jane Hart Advice Workshops Social Learning Handbook Resources Contact Happy Christmas!   Here are 5 key themes in my reflective blogging this year. I also mentioned that this would mean not only a new toolset, but also a new mindset and new skillset for both learning professionals and employees – something that I picked up on in a later blog posting in April.   Earlier in the year, in Twitter and Facebook and Buzz! 2011 C4LPT blog

How to Easily Create Powerful Customer Education

Spark Your Interest

In some cases, you can transform customers into expert users of your service or product. They want to know which problems that it will solve, and what experts in the field think of its merits. Case studies of similar people and how they solved a problem using your service or product.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Second Second Life Experience

Learning Visions

At Virtual Learning Worlds "Bartman" responds to that Wired article (A Deserted Second Life) : The problem I have with it [the Wired article], is that it deals almost COMPLETELY with Second Life as it pertains to marketing and corporations…and inevitabley why SL sucks in that space. The resolution is poor -- if you were really studying these works for an art history class, youd want something much better.

Top 10 ‘Must Have’ Blended Learning Tools


Blogs. When you first hear the word “blogs” you may think they are a vehicle to improve workplace communication externally. But blogs can also be beneficial in blended learning training internally, for employees. A way around this is to introduce blog writing as a blended learning training exercise. Then task each one to write a blog about a key business problem and how they would solve it step by step. Case studies.

's How to Save Time & Money Building Your Next E-Learning Course - The Rapid eLearning Blog

Rapid eLearning

The Rapid Elearning Blog. Clients typically think every problem can be solved through training. Case studies and practices exercises are goodâ?¦&#. The first one about not writing a course took me by surprise, but on reflection it sounds like good advice, but requires closer working with each candidate. Thanks for a phenominal blog. I searched the blog and could not find any recommendations for sites to purchase / use avatars characters.

How to Sell Online Courses from your own website – You Should Know


I’m writing this article to tell you that it’s a good business proposition to sell online courses from your own website. Facebook Groups, Forums and Niche Communities. Here’s the interesting part – You get to listen to your potential audience by being a member of Facebook groups, forums like Reddit and online communities like Quora. Make sure that your course addresses specific problems and promises specific results to specific sections of audience. Start a blog.

LearnDash Program with 10,000+ Users


The answer is a resounding “Yes” In this case study you will be introduced to Anthony Balduzzi, founder of the Fit Father project. It’s in many ways similar to Facebook in that users can have profiles, add status messages, leave comments on other user profiles, and participate in groups. Watch the case study video above to get a “behind the scenes” look at Anthony’s complete system.

50 Ways to Lever Learning

The Performance Improvement Blog

Instructor-facilitated workshop – meeting convened by an instructor; participants learn from experience of working together on solving a problem or creating something new. Simulation – replicating real-life problem solving within a safe environment; for example, learning business acumen by working with a team to solve a typical business problem and receiving immediate feedback on their performance. (My apologies to Paul Simon.).

Corporate MOOCs – What’s my incentive?

eLearning 24-7

Magazine, newspaper and blog articles on the idea that Corporate MOOCs are not only doable but of interest/beneficial. You know I often write in a very lighthearted tone, but there is nothing light or humorous about the premise of putting MOOC platforms, let alone MOOCs into the corporate world, just because they are popular on the web, regardless of the completion rates (reportedly between 5% and 7%). A lesson to be learned – The Facebook Like Implosion.

Everything Gets Easier When You Know Who Your Ideal Client Is with Agency Operator and Podcaster Jason Resnick


I have no problems telling people what’s on my mind. They just want somebody to write lines of code, or write an email, or build them an automation, and that’s not me. I want to put the Facebook raps. ” That’s not always the case.

5 Ways Big Data Makes Online Training Better


According to a study by Northeastern University , 2.5 By running unstructured forum data through a business intelligence (BI) tool , the company can uncover trending and popular topics and use that information to develop fixes for common problems. Inform Webinars or Case Study Topics with Social Media Data. So, your company thinks it is a good idea to develop a webinar series or create a case study. Do you know how much data is produced every day?

My Top 10 'Learning' books from 2010

Sticky Learning

Probably no real surprise for anyone who has read my blog, I really like the way Garr Reynolds has brought a sense of design to slideware. The book presents through a range of stories/case studies and provides glimpses of the creative/design process used within IDEO. Made to Stick was Chip and Dan Heath's first book and in fact a key driver to me beginning this blog. Throughout the book and the included CD-ROM there are piles of practical examples and case studies.

How Course Creators Get Leads Through Content and Scale Revenue Through Smart Promotions with Marketing Professional Daniel Daines-Hutt


To provide some context and social proof, Daniel shares how he wrote eight blog posts in two years, and his second article got 50,000 visits, which led to 3 million dollars in client requests. Once piece of content Daniel created was his guide about paid ads where he goes over everything you need to know about creating paid ads for platforms like Facebook. They can make videos and write all day long, they’re just not sure how to do it.

How to Use Webinars as Lead Generation for Your Online Courses

WBT Systems

Illustrate this new information with case studies or success stories they can emulate. What problem are you solving for them? Consider these marketing tactics : Write blog posts related to the webinar and course content. Advertise on Facebook and LinkedIn where you can fine-tune targeting. Use LinkedIn and Twitter to share promos and blog posts about the webinar. . Another problem with most webinars: the introduction.

Medical Professionals – Learning by Playing

Association eLearning

Simple true and false, fill in the blank, or multiple choice questions are easy to write, and quick to generate and they do provide a level of engagement. In her blog, Cathy Moore explains that using scenarios will help significantly in, “make[ing] your elearning more engaging and could lead to better transfer on the job…it also emulates the way we learn in the real world – from experience, not from a disembodied voice that immediately tells us ‘incorrect’.”. Share this on Facebook.

Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part I)

Web Courseworks

In this first blog post in a series, we will discuss a main point of contention against repurposing face-to-face (F2F) workshops into eLearning: loss of human contact and interaction. In an email response, Deb Adair, Director of Quality Matters, called it “ Social Presence,” writing: “Social facilitation effects, for instance, aren’t as powerful in [an] online class. This needs to be kept in mind for online group work – social loafing can be a bigger problem.

Social networking & the workplace


Dan Pontefract’s recent blog post on companies (not) allowing Facebook at work has prompted me to dust off the topic of how social helps companies get the business of communicating, collaborating and learning done – and hence the business of business done! “We need new ways to filter content, save information and learn from each other and our trusted sources,” write authors Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner. HBR Blog: Social Media’s Productivity Payoff.

Managed WordPress Hosting Company WP Engine Meets Accelerating Need for Digital Education Experiences by Releasing LMS Site Templates in Partnership with LifterLMS


But then when you couple in things like Lifter set up flow and then of course also the theme set up wizard, then a lot of the hard pieces are done for you and you can really just get started editing your content with Lifter case, of course, building out your modules and so on and so forth.

Here’s Why You Need an E-Learning Portfolio

Rapid eLearning

Many elearning developers face two common problems. Some people work in one-person shops where they need to know a little of everything and others can focus on one thing like writing. Writing: I like to keep things simple. So for me there’s two types of writing: technical and conversational. How well can you write to document procedures and provide the right level of guidance? Here a few tips to help you get started: Build a case study for each project.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: With Community Comes Great Responsibility

Learning Visions

Thursday, August 09, 2007 With Community Comes Great Responsibility In reflecting over the benefits of the first week or so of the 31 Days to Better Blogging Challenge , the biggest thing for me has been the overall boost in community. Christine Martell writes: If you start commenting and emailing multiple people, reading lots of blogs with posts with similar names, it gets confusing really quick. My problem is I often forget to click the icon.

The 5 Most Essential LMS Security Features


SSL has been legally mandatory on websites handling credit cards, and is increasingly required from any kind of website, even a personal blog. If you have used Facebook or Google login in websites other than Facebook and Google, you have made use of a form of Single Sign-On. SSO also means that your employees will only have to remember a single password, instead of a kajillion, and will be less prone to writing passwords on a post-it note stuck to their monitor).

5 Creative Ways to Market Your eLearning on a Budget

Association eLearning

Mention those members who achieved the “high score” at your next meeting, on your website or on your association’s Facebook page. In addition to the tips we shared in our recent Smarter Uses for Social Media blog post, here are a few more specific tips you can use to market your association’s eLearning. Tips for Facebook – Share a special offer with those who “Like” your page on Facebook. With Facebook Ads you decide who sees your posts and how much you spend.

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How to Create Course Content that People Will Buy and Get Results From with Course Whisperer Cindy Nicholson


At LifterLMS we talk a lot about the five hats problem. There’s a lot I want to unpack in that, but first, on this podcast we talk about one of the big challenge, of course creators is what I call the five hats problem where you have to be an expert, you have to be a teacher, you have to be a community builder, you have to be a technologist and you have to be an entrepreneur. He talks about the difference between just in time learning versus just in case.

10 Social Media Tools For Learning

The eLearning Coach

Category: Blogs. Blogging to teach others is common in the public domain, but not so within an organization. This software provides a way to centralize and manage blogs within an institution by hosting them all on one domain. In terms of promoting learning, employees could use blogs to write first-hand accounts of case studies, lessons learned, project debriefings, travel tips and cultural customs. Share this on Facebook Share this on

Clark Quinn – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators


He blogs at and works through Quinnovation. Clark: I’m a strong believer in social constructivist pedagogies, e.g. problem-based and service learning, whereby a curriculum is activity, not content. Clark: My mobile learning journey started when I was asked to write a piece about mLearning for an online magazine. People worry about tools, security, screen size, and more, yet there are solutions to all these problems.

How to Sell a Lot More of Your Course or Membership with Copywriting Expert and Sales Strategist Marc Allen


That’s why people are not converting something like that and that’s the problem. Marc Allen: Well, one of the biggest problem is people tend to focus on what’s there in front of them rather than what’s that end goal. The problem is I think people just forget about their end goal. Just focus on the lead magnet, because if you focus on the lead magnet and you don’t know where to go, I think that’s where the problem is.

Online social networks, learning and viral expansion loops

Sticky Learning

I did however miss the first wave of social media on the net, there are many who have written blogs for 5-10 years and are a great deal more connected than I am and are across everything web2.0. So, whilst I may be a little late, I keep being reminded that there are many, many people who are a whole lot less aware of blogs, social networks, wikis, microblogging and so on than I am. It's just about Christmas time and now is the time of end of year catch ups and Christmas parties.



He blogs at and works through Quinnovation. Clark: I’m a strong believer in social constructivist pedagogies, e.g. problem-based and service learning, whereby a curriculum is activity, not content. Clark: My mobile learning journey started when I was asked to write a piece about mLearning for an online magazine. People worry about tools, security, screen size, and more, yet there are solutions to all these problems.

How to Get More Website Traffic and Conversions through Better Messaging, Positioning, Landing Page Optimization, Multi Channel Marketing, and PPC with Pedro Cortés


You can book a free strategy session with Pedro there to jump on a call and analyze your problems and your goals to see if it is a good fit to work together. Sometimes in my case I attract people with articles. But first I need to identify those problems. So it’s always fixing a problem. Pedro Cortes: So, the problem is when you build a SaaS company, which is just an abbreviation [inaudible] software as a service, just so people know, understand as well.

Affiliate Marketing for Course Creators with Dean Holland


While attending that live event, he got the advice that the solution to his credit card debt issue was to stop hiding the truth from himself, and that he should start a blog being honest and sharing his experiences with making money online. Why’d you write it?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: 31 Days: Days 12, 13, 14, 15 & 16

Learning Visions

So go ahead and "Email or IM another blogger in your niche to introduce yourself and your blog". Day 13: Search for an Affiliate Program My blog is not about making money. Day 14: Analyze Your Blogs Competition (Determine What Your Blogging Niche Really Is) I dont view this as a competition, nor does Darren. Ive got good awareness of what many other e-Learning bloggers are writing about.

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How To Make and Market Your Online Course or Get Some Help With That With Grant Weherley


Which is not the case because I remember when I was a kid, I went into the woods to build a little cabin and I laid some logs down crisscross style, and it didn’t really look like an actual building, or even a playhouse. One of the things we talk about a lot on this show, it’s a framework that I used to help describe and help people with course creator problems, is they have to wear five hats at once. One is … I think I have a case study about this too.

Top 60 eLearning Posts for October 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

October 10, 2010 “Whereas people might spend a long time composing a comment to a blog post or engage in lengthy, in - depth conversation on a discussion board, Twitter invites more in - the - moment interactions. It’s an intriguing read, with several interesting case studies from organisations that are using social media to advance their business goals. No problem, right? Employees learn from solving problems that matter to them.