How to Keep Your Enrollees Hooked to Your Online Course

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Type of content What Are The Ways To Keep Your Enrollees Hooked to Your Online Course? 1.Make your content relatable. 2.Ask them questions. 3.Ask them to interact with you. 4.Use different forms of content 5.Add humor to your course. What’s next? What Are The Ways To Keep Your Enrollees Hooked to Your Online Course? Creating a value-packed online course and marketing it effectively is one thing, keeping your students “hooked” to your course is another. I kn...
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8 Mistakes Online Instructors Make that Ruin their Career to Oblivion

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Just last night, I received a phone call from my friend Jeff. He was looking for someone to talk to about his frustrations. The thing with Jeff is that he has been creating courses for the last eight months now, yet he only has a handful of enrollees. I found this to be a bit surprising since he is one of the best online instructors that I know. Since Jeff and I go way back (we’re basically like brothers), I obliged and met with him at a coffee shop near our place for breakfast. As Jeff a...
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3 Ways to Establish Your Credibility as an Online Instructor

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As an online instructor, you will have to think about your credibility and brand image at some point. Here is how you can think about it seriously. Table of Content How to Safeguard the Credibility of Online Instructor?Increase your visibility in forums or Q&A sites.Guest post.Create case studies.What’s next? How to Safeguard the Credibility of Online Instructor? Your success as an online instructor hinges on whether or not your audience finds you ...
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2 Things that are Preventing you from Succeeding as an Online Instructor. And How to Get Over Them.

2 things that preventing you from succeeding as an online instructor
This article isn’t like the usual posts that I’ve been publishing. The ideas aren’t THAT specific, nor are they actionable. However... While this post might not be an actionable “How-to” guide, I promise you that reading this might be one of the most important things that you’ll ever need to do, as you try your hand at becoming an online instructor. We’re going to talk about your struggles as an online instructor -- whether you’ve articulated them in your mind's or not. These s...
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How to Get Positive Reviews for Your Online Course

Getting positive reviews for your online course is not that much of a difficult task. By following certain tips you can also get positive reviews. Here are some tips for that. Lets hope in. Table of content 1.Give free access to your course to a limited number of users, in exchange for reviews. 2.Ask for positive reviews within your course. 3.Run a contest. Make the reviews part of the contest’s entry requirements. What’s next? The other day, I was reading a sales copy ...
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How to Create an Online Course with PowerPoint [2023]

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Are you planning to create and sell online courses? That’s a great way to share your knowledge and experience with others and also it can be considered a good source of income. If you fall into that category, you’re tapping into an outstanding business opportunity. But rather than adding to the justified hype in that direction, let’s get to the actual nuts and bolts of how to create, format, market, and sell online courses. This article is about doing rather than dreaming. Learn how to create a...
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How to Use Influencer Marketing to Sell Online Courses – Guruface

Influencer Marketing to Sell Online Courses
I talked to my friend last night (he also sells online courses), here’s how our conversation went: My friend: Been marketing the heck out of my online courses, but I’m not getting any visitors on my website unless I use paid ads. It’s expensive. It sucks. Me: I used to struggle with the same thing. What kind of marketing methods have you been using? Ever tried influencer marketing? My friend: Yep. Didn’t work for me. Because I’m a nobody online, they’re just ignoring me like I’m a ...
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