Teach Online | The Make Money With Massage Project | Part 1

In this episode, I take you behind the scenes as I create a digital product from the ground up. I’ll share everything with you, I mean everything. I’ll share what works and what doesn’t work. As I mentioned in last week’s episode, I am being coached by one of the best in the business, Eben…

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Teach Online | Which Learning Management System is Right for You? | With Chris Badgett & Joshua Millage

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Udemy, Teachable or Self-Hosting? Creators of LifterLMS and co-hosts of the LMSCast Podcast join me for a discussion on some online course publishing strategies. In this episode I’m joined by Chris Badgett and Joshua Millage as we look at what the pros and cons of the various Learning Management System platforms available to the solo…

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Teach Online | Turning Your Skills & Experience into Cash with Online Courses | With Sarah Cordiner

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Award winning Edupreneur Sarah Cordiner shares how she went from broke and homeless to building a seven-figure online education business in 18 months. Don’t wait until the perfect moment, your passion is enough! You don’t have to be an expert in order to share your knowledge and experience online. A forth grader is an expert…

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Teach Online: Which Platform is Best for Highly Niched Topics | With Terri Armenta

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Udemy is a great online course marketplace but is it the best platform for highly niched e-courses? Can you make a good income by focusing on a specific niche? When done right you can make a good living in a niche market. Let’s look at what it takes. Terri Armenta is a highly regarded educator…

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Creating an Online Course Creation Business | With Scott Paton

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Expand your horizons and discover the benefits of partnerships and co-creating online courses. Who better to join me on my very first video Podcast than the “Dean of Blogonomics and Podology”, Scott Paton. Scott has been teaching people how to Podcast and Blog for over 10 years. While Scott has courses on Udemy that he…

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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? 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 at…

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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. If you want your course to be found through searches on Google, Udemy,…

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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. Students aren’t going to leave you positive reviews if they haven’t found the learning experience to be…

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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. Ryan started teaching online with Udemy around mid-2014 and found it great to grow his student base getting to…

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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. As we have discussed in previous episodes, online courses can be used for a number of…

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