Tony Karrer

This post likely will be quite a bit different because I'm convinced that most people have used different search tools enough that they are pretty comfortable with their current search behaviors. Yes, I personally use Google 95%+ for searching. Search.

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Is the Title of Your Course Killing Your Sales?


Choose a boring title and people will pass over your course in favor of something that sounds more exciting. A good course title does more than just tell people what your course is about. An example of a poor course title is something like this: “Methods for Making Money Online.”

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Online Marketing for Elearning Part III: Advertising


By using advertising dollars to promote your content, you can get it in front of more people more quickly. And because digital advertising can be highly targeted, those dollars are going to be more effective than old advertising methods, such as running a billboard or a TV spot.

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How You Can Protect Your Course Videos


Videos are extremely popular in online courses, but how do you prevent people from stealing the content? What you need to remember is that the people searching for freebies are not the people you want as customers anyhow. There are also some subtle strategies you can use to give these people a little “heartburn” which I will to at the end of this article.

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Benefits of e Learning


Traditional training methods, like classroom training, have their place in a blended training program. If you’re interested in any form of digital learning, you might search the terms: “eLearning,” “e learning,” “e-learning,” etc. Follow Follow Follow.

Why Video Microlearning is Perfect for Combating Short Attention Spans


One study even found that microlearning can reduce the number of learners failing a course to zero, markedly improving results compared to traditional learning methods. What learning tools do is make it easy for people to create, edit and collaborate on high-quality, often short videos.