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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Ideas That Sell: Your Guide To Market Research For Online Course Development | Pre-Launch

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Are you thinking about creating an online course, writing a Kindle book or developing an information product? If you answered yes then I strongly recommend you watch this pre-launch trailer video and check out my page at http://ecoursedomination.com/ideasprelaunch 1 x well planned and researched topic 1 x active, hungry market 1 x addressing needs, answering…

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Teach Online: Bundling, Marketing and Uploading Your Udemy Courses | Your Questions Answered

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Can I bundle my Udemy courses and sell them at a discount? I’ve given out free coupons to my course now how do I start making money? I uploaded my course materials to Udemy but now I can’t change and move things! [powerpress] In todays episode we’re going to be discussing some of the questions…

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How To Take Control Of Your Course, Students and Business by Hosting Your Online Course with Fedora | With Ryan Bonhardt

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As I’ve always said, Udemy is only one option when it comes to teaching online. But while Udemy can definitely boast the lions share when it comes to traffic and students, it certainly has its flaws. [powerpress] Ryan started teaching online with Udemy around mid-2014 and found it great to grow his student base getting…

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Building Student Relationships and Engagement When Teaching Online With Dennis J Smith

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When it comes to getting your online course ranked in Udemy, student reviews and course discussions are very important. Udemy likes this engagement and is more likely to promote your course. [powerpress] Rising in the ratings is important. With numerous courses being added each day getting your course listed on the first page of your…

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How To Market Your Udemy Course: Posting Free Coupons To The Udemy Studio Facebook Group

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You’ve just published your Udemy course, it’s passed the Udemy review process and it’s LIVE! Now what!? This a challenge many new instructors face. How to get your online course out in front of prospective students. Once you have two or more related courses it’s a little easier because you can promote your courses to…

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Marketing Your Online Course: How to Build Your Online Presence Using Google+ and YouTube | Social Proof | With Mark Timberlake

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It all comes down to building relationships. How to Use Social Media Marketing to Build Authority and Social Proof. [powerpress] If you are looking at creating an online course or you’re in the process of creating your course then now is the time to start building your following. Don’t wait until you have completed and…

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How to Teach Online: Which Presentation Style Is Most Popular?

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A major question many people are faced with when they first decide to start teaching online is what type of media they should use to present the course content. Video, audio, text files, there are definitely plenty of options. [powerpress] As we have discussed in previous episodes, online courses can be used for a number…

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How To Create an Online Course: Getting Started on a Budget | With Huw Collingbourne

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When Huw first started out teaching online with Udemy he mainly produced screen recordings. However with his background in broadcasting and media, he was soon looking for ways to make his videos more engaging. [powerpress] Huw believed that if he added some talking head video to his online courses it would make them sparkle more.…

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