Choosing the Best Platform For Your Online Course

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Fedora? Udemy? WP Courseware? Which is the best platform for your online course? [powerpress] This episode is based on an Infographic I received from Alison Haag who is a content marketer and designer at Fedora. Click here to view the excellent job Alison did on pulling all this information together. In this episode we look…

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Choosing a Title for Your Online Course: The Importance of Keywords

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As online instructors it’s not enough to create a great course and sit back and expect the students to come. If you want students to find your course through the various search engines then you have to make good use of keywords. [powerpress] If you want your course to be found through searches on Google,…

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Teach Online – Using Periscope and Live Streaming To Connect and Interact With Your Students

Periscope is a real game changer when it comes to live interaction and connection with your students and is something every online instructor and coach should embrace. [powerpress] The way we do social media has been transformed with the introduction of Periscope, an application owned and developed by Twitter. A similar app called Meerkat was…

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How to Increase Student Engagement and Satisfaction in Your Online Course | With Paula Guilfoyle

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Regardless of whether you’re planning to publish a course to Udemy or any of the other popular e-learning platforms, the importance of student engagement and creating an engaging course is paramount to your success as an online instructor. [powerpress] Students aren’t going to leave you positive reviews if they haven’t found the learning experience to…

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