eLearning has become such a catch-phrase these days. From helping people change an O-ring in a dishwasher to “Plug and Play VHS” types like the way Khan Academy was originally built.
In all intelligence, youtube is a viable eLearning strategy, except for the testing. There are videos that can show you how to do everything. Bake a cake, play a bass line from a Sublime song or even build an eLearning course. As odd as it seems building an eLearning course isn’t as easy as the video assumed. Nor was the cosmic votex it through me in, watching aneLearning video on how to build aneLearning course,
At any rate, getting started with eLearning can, at times, feel like you’re climbing up a snowy hill barefoot. But it doesn’t have to be that way. eLearning is a celebration about your content, your training and most importantly, your business. Besides, who knows your business more than you?
The reason our campaigns and tools incorporate video is that it is simply the most powerful digital marketing tool available. It’s better for recall, it’s more persuasive and search engines love it. Video is so effective, we couldn’t hope to list all the reasons it belongs in the best marketing plans… but we’ve tried.
With nearly half of America watching online videos, Facebook reports a billion views a day of their videos, Where to start? Do I turn on my web cam and start talking? Do I hire an advertising agency to storyboard the entire concept?
Even if you are currently making videos for your own blog, social media outlet or website, you’ll find some great information. Read more
Chance are you own your own business. Chances are you’ve poured your heart and soul into your business. Chances are you are not a web developer. Chances are you’re getting online for the first time or have little to no experience in online development, strategic marketing, web building, ecommerce, etc.
Getting your business on the web is the first step, and that is often the hardest. A good deal of hard work and resources went into getting the look and usability your clients need while looking you up on the web. It can seem a waste of that time to make design or content changes later, but updating your website periodically is the only way to keep up.
Minor changes can be made relatively easily, but major structural changes will also have to be a consideration in the long haul. The web isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but it will change.
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