Will Learners Pay for Your Online Course?


There’s a lot of free content online, but it can’t replace instructor-led learning. Our commenter wanted to know whether a certain type of course content was still relevant, given the number of tutorials learners could find for free on the same subject on YouTube.

6 Top Selling Points for Online Courses


What are learners looking for in an online course, and how can you show them you deliver? What’s harder: creating or selling your course ? Some course creators know their material backwards and forwards and don’t have any trouble turning it into amazing content—but then struggle to communicate the value of their course to their prospective learners. Of course, not every course will have the same benefits and attractions.

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Online Course


Ready to take your course to the next level in 2021? While New Year’s Resolutions are notoriously difficult to keep, when it comes to your online course, setting just one or two major goals for the year on top of what you’re already accomplishing can get you a long way.

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6 Ways to Advertise Your Online Course


Ready to put some ad dollars behind your course? There are many successful online educators who have built their courses without spending a cent on advertising. Ads are great, so long as your course is in order. Here’s where to start.

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The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

Top 8 Online Course Trends for 2021


Here are some of the most popular course trends to prepare for 2021. It’s been a red-letter year for online learning. For online educators—and those who are interested in creating online courses—this creates an exciting opportunity to develop their own course catalog.

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7 Ways to Market Your Online Course


For a lot of course creators, marketing is a love it or hate it activity. However, if you’re serious about building your online course, there’s no way around it: this is not an “if you build it they will come” situation. DON’T spam professional groups with your course.

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7 Social Media Marketing Tips for Online Courses


For your average online educator, the biggest challenge to launching their course is finding an audience of learners to sign up. At a certain point, for your course to succeed, you need complete strangers to discover and sign up.

Taking courses online

Clark Quinn

He was telling me about taking his class online (like so many others). I of course offered some suggestions, and he opined that I could (and should) be helping others too. Which, of course, I agree with, because that’s what I do. So, here, is a brief summary of my experience taking courses online. I stepped away from the university to assist first one, then another initiative in online learning. So I was talking to my brother the other day.

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4 Characteristics of the Perfect Online Training Course


With the use of remote training on the rise, training administrators are looking for ways to create the perfect online learning course for their employees who are working and learning from home. Online Learning COVID-19 Online Learning Platform

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Digital Learning Tips and Tricks from Neuroscience

Speaker: Margie Meacham, Chief Freedom Officer, Learningtogo

Join "Brain Lady" Margie Meacham for a quick-paced review of the latest tips and tricks as revealed by neuroscience. Learn how the brain works - and, in doing so, discover how to make your training stand out amidst the daily clutter of the online experience.

6 Elements Every Online Course Needs to Have


Every educator wants to create a course that will keep learners riveted. Many online educators begin creating courses with a good idea, but get lost somewhere along the way. When a course falls flat, it can be incredibly discouraging for the instructor.

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Best Video Hosting Solutions for Online Courses


You’re creating a video series for your course. Video content is an almost-essential feature to online courses. However, while many course creators are capable of creating video content, they often get hung up when it comes to distributing it online.

How to Validate Your Online Course Idea: The Ultimate Guide

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Email Marketing Tips for Online Course Creators


Simply creating an online courses and putting a price onto it will only get you so far. But any business today will tell you that email marketing fits into every stage of the marketing process, and that includes your online course. Encourage current subscribers to forward your emails to friends who might also be interested in your courses. It’s also the perfect place to shamelessly plug your course. sell elearning sell online courses

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Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

Curriculum vs. Course Design Curriculum design is the term used to describe all of the work. curriculum design can happen on a smaller, single-course level, the. project charter Whether you’re converting a curriculum from instructor- led to online, or building a new online or blended.

Simplifying Online Course Promotion


Creating and selling online courses is an exciting entrepreneurial prospect. All you need to do is set aside some time and in a few months your course can be complete (assuming you’re building it on a part-time basis). If you haven’t been promoting your course prior to the launch then your journey to the first sale will be a bit longer but it is by no means impossible. sell elearning sell online courses

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7 Benefits of Taking Online Courses


Online courses offer several huge advantages for learners over in-person training. For learners who have never taken an online course, signing up can be a little intimidating. Most of us are used to the traditional course model, where we go to a classroom and learn in person from instructors. We’re used to choosing courses based on what’s available that semester, interacting with peers face-to-face, and regular class schedules.

6 Simple Ways to Market Your Online Course


Tapping into existing communities can help you market your online course. You have created an awesome course. The topic is clearly defined, the materials are engaging, and the course structure is perfectly organized to promote learning. All you need now are students who are ready to learn, but that is easier said than done.How can you market your online course to attract those students? Sometimes online marketing is not enough.

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6 Tips to Upsell Your Newest Online Course


How can educators retain learners after their course finishes? Many of our users devote a lot of time and energy into putting together their courses and finding students who would benefit from them. Rather than throw those relationships away when the course is over, educators should provide value-added modules and offers that keep the student interested and give them additional information to help them succeed. Show similar courses students might like.

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6 Tips for Creating Your First Online Course


Your first course is a learning experience for you, too, so know what you want to learn from it. For many of those starting off in online education, the biggest challenge is creating their first course. Others struggle with writing their course material, while still others grapple with the mechanics of getting their course in front of a large audience. Otherwise, these tips are here to help you gain traction with launching your first online course.

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8 Ways to Add Value to Your Online Course


Keeping learners hooked on your course is a matter of demonstrating ongoing value. Every now and then, I hear people claim that online learning is a way to generate “passive income.” So, if you’re looking for inspiration, here are 8 ideas to add value to your online course.

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How Much Does It Cost to Create an Online Course in 2021?

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5 Components Every Successful Online Course Contains

Client Engagement Academy

Let’s say you’re teaching an online course on how to build a successful online business. Now, imagine your course attract hundreds of new customers, and you’re making thousands of dollars a month, WOW…that sound like a successful online course business, right? Blog Explorer Online Course Creation

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Best LMS For Teaching Courses Online

Academy of Mine

If you’re thinking about offering a self hosted online course then you’ll undoubtedly come across the need for some type of Learning Management System (LMS). An LMS is essentially the background processes that allow you to administer, teach and learn online.

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Online Course Idea: Language Hacking


One of the first (and still most popular) online course subjects is language learning. You can find a digital course for a large variety of languages. I wrote about language courses before and how you could put a unique spin on such a course to stand out from the crowd and to dominate your niche. Because let’s face it, if you create a course teaching a specific language then you’re up for some stiff competition.

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How To Build An Online Course That Sells Online

Dan Keckan

Everyone can create an online course, but not everyone creates a course that actually sells. eLearning Market Create Online Courses eLearning Course Marketing eLearning Design Online Courses

Pricing Your Online Courses


One of the hardest things to do when selling online is to determine your ideal price. The same is true for when you create and sell online courses. When I speak to people who are creating a course to sell, they often struggle with the best way to price their offering. Usually the first pricing model people envision for their course is a monthly membership model. If you price your course for monthly installments, you better be sure people will continually use it.

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What Do Students Want From Online Courses?

Client Engagement Academy

Find Out What Students Want From Your Online Courses. It doesn’t matter how great your online course content is or how you believe people love learning… if your students don’t enjoy the experience and they are leaving your course before you can even deliver all the great information you have to share, you’re already losing the game

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8 Productivity Tips for Online Course Creators


In the face of distractions sabotaging your concentration, the following tips can help you focus on building the best online course in a timely fashion. Building an online course requires consistent dedication. If you want your course to be as good as it can possibly be, you will need to devote time to ensuring that all your materials are high-quality – this can be tough when you have a full-time job or a million other things vying for your attention.

How to Find Profitable Online Course Ideas


Inspired by the idea of teaching an online course, but not sure what to offer? Online courses aren’t just exciting opportunities for learners. Simply put, online education is a growing industry, and a lot of people want to try their hand at it. It’s a sign that the market is strong and that there’s plenty of room for more courses. You may not be an expert yet , but you’re also still in the early stages of the course creation process.

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Why Your Online Course Needs Branding


How a powerful brand can help you sell more online courses. When it comes to branding, many educators fall into one of two camps: Either they spend so much time absorbed in branding that their course never gets off the ground, or they never give it a thought and spend years muddling along without one. Of course, you don’t really want to belong to either of these groups. Here’s why you should take the time to develop a brand for your online course.

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How to Vet Your Online Course Idea


Will your online course idea make money? You’ve finally come up with what you think will be a great idea for an online course, but you’re not sure if it will turn a profit. Starting an online course is an exciting endeavor, but to ensure success, it’s best not to jump in blindly. Researching your online course idea can help you avoid common pitfalls and improve your topic, but most importantly, it helps you understand your market.

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Online Course Creation Summit!


Every week I have the pleasure of speaking to people who are creating online courses. It really is an exciting process and it’s so rewarding to see people do well when they finish their course and begin making sales. However, I would by lying if I said that everyone experiences success selling their course. As you probably can expect it takes a bit of effort to create an online course worth buying, and then market that course effectively.

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Facilitating Online Courses

B Online Learning

For the past year I’ve been facilitating our Master eLearning Course while my colleague Ruth McElhone has been on maternity leave (she’s back now). I’ve found that facilitating in the online environment is quite different from classroom facilitation and as such has a number of unique characteristics and limitations.

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6 Tips to Help You Plan a Successful Online Course


Success in online education begins with thorough and thoughtful planning. The fastest way online courses run into trouble is when they’re launched with insufficient planning. Without planning your course, you can easily create a series of lessons that miss their target audience, fail to meet learner needs, or don’t establish a strong course objective. Here’s what students will look for before signing up for your course: How do you stand out?

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The Secrets to Selling More Online Courses – It’s Not What You’ve Been Doing

Client Engagement Academy

An alarming study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania showed that online courses have an average completion rate of 4%! That means as an online course creator, 96% of your customers are failing to see value in your courses. Blog Online Course Creation online courses sell online coursesFailing to impact the majority of your clients is a recipe for disaster. Not only does […].

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