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Free learning & development webinars for July 2020

Limestone Learning

Lead Elearning Evangelist at Adobe Digital Learning Solutions, to learn how to quickly convert an MP4 video from your local folder, a video hosted on YouTube or a Vimeo video into interactive video content. “ Barbecues, Grills, Grass ” by Hugh Song is licensed by Pixabay.

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

LifterLMS

Pedro spells out the definition of key concepts to understand as they apply to converting leads to paying customers for your products and services. So the article needs to convert to the the person as well. ” And then there’s one guy who actually converted at 0.05

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85+ Top Tools & Resources for Course Creators

learnWorlds

3 Free Stock Images. There is a range of websites that offer free stock photos and this is an additional help to every online instructor who wants to use business and professionally-looking photos on their online school. Stock images can be used in your school and when they are free to use or editing means that they don’t have any copyright restrictions or are under any licensed limitations. Steve Jobs once said, ‘Technology is nothing.

100+ Learning, Design & Technology Resources to Help You Get Sh*t Done

Mike Taylor

New Old Stock – a collection of vintage photos from public archives. Moose by Icons8 — Interesting new option for free stock photos that match each other [link] You can even download them all as a big.zip file. Findshot – Yet another great looking resource for free stock photos. Artboard Studio in a browser-based mockup tool that combines photography and some really smart features to help you make great looking mock-ups and product shots.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

BrightCarbon

Advanced: Converting to and from Google Slides. One (slightly inconvenient) work-around would be to create a PowerPoint file with a custom colour palette and import this into Slides by uploading and converting your PowerPoint file to a Google Slides file.