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How to create scenario-based learning directly in your LMS

Stories are not just a medium for entertainment. In fact, they serve a much bigger purpose: learning. Humans have always learned through storytelling, and it’s something that stands true today. That’s...

Using Quora to grow your online business

These days when people have questions, they immediately turn to the internet to find answers. Since for some inquiries it’s hard to figure out what information is accurate and what isn’t, Quora was in...

What you need to know about repurposing content

Creating content to promote your online course — on top of creating the course content -- is no easy task. It often takes a lot of time and research and once you are done and post it on the intended p...

6 Tips on using visual elements in online course design

Online course creators are often focused on the content of the course – getting all the relevant information in, making sure every source is correctly cited, organizing the information in a way that i...

How to create awesome quizzes for your online courses

Ahh, challenges. Whether you love pub quizzes or playing trivia on your phone, you know how exciting it is to anticipate an answer or the gratification of choosing the correct one. It’s basically cand...

PROs and CONs of online course outsourcing

The work involved in creating an online course and the effort it takes to make sure it has a life in the virtual world can be a daunting process. Outsourcing comes as a solution you should definitely ...

4 Ways to create meaningful microlearning in your online course

In the age of speed, internet and accessibility people are very careful about their time. And while learning is something universally deemed useful and bettering, very long sessions will feel prohibit...

Embracing organic marketing to promote your online business

There’s a lot of talks these days about the opportunity of promoting your online business. It’s clear that people spend a lot more time online and therefore it’s a good idea to engage in online market...

7 Things that may be wrong with your online course quizzes

Your online course outline looks great and you’ve already started working on your modules. Everything’s peachy so far, but you feel as if you’re missing something. Most likely, that something is a cha...

Which parts of your online course can you outsource?

Anyone with substantial knowledge in any field of expertise can become an online course creator. However, making your course visible online is no easy task. There are a lot of side skills you should m...

6 Tips on using Facebook to grow your online business

Facebook is the most well-known social media platform of the day. Some dispute its positive impact on our lives but both enthusiasts and detractors have to admit that the potential it has for marketin...

6 E-commerce hacks for getting higher sales on your online courses

E-commerce has come a long way from its beginnings. It’s about much more than attractive advertising and online stores that employ upselling and cross-selling techniques. Online courses are not exactl...

Adapting traditional sales techniques to the online reality

Sales funnels are essential when you are marketing your online course — or trying to sell anything online, for that matter. Websites get a lot more traffic than traditional stores who have seen a dram...

Why you should consider outsourcing parts of your course creation

Creating an online course can be both exciting and challenging. You might be full of energy at first but you need to keep in mind that the workload can be overwhelming. That is especially true for new...

Taking your offline business online — a jumpstart kit for entrepreneurs

Needless to say, given the recent pandemic, small business owners are canceling events and face to face training sessions at a growing speed. There’s a race to move these events and other activities i...

5 Things to remember if you don’t want to overstuff your online course

One of the most valuable things I learned in my first ever ‘Train the Trainer’ course was that I should think of myself as an iceberg. The information shared with the learners should be just about as ...

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