The 5 Star Course On Creating 5 Star Courses
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- You'll have everything you need to be able to create a highly reviewed online course.
- You'll understand the importance of teacher/student interaction and be able to interact with your students in a way that benefits your course.
- I'll give you a template you can apply to your courses that will guide you through the course creation process.
- You need nothing to take this course but the ambition to craft a well balanced, highly reviewed online course on any platform.
Without very good reviews and testimonials your course won't do well.
I know this is a little harsh but it's the truth.
The great news for all of us is that the magic formula is already out of the vault.
All we have to do is apply it to our passion.
In this course we will look at a very simple formula I’ve used to receive very high course ratings.
I’ve never paid or asked for a review… directly.
Warning: If you’re caught paying for reviews on most platforms, including Udemy, they will ban you.
You don’t have to, I’ll show you how to get them honestly.
I’ll show you how to do it ethically and indirectly.
All of us know that without positive reviews our course will most likely not do well.
In this course we do more than explore the mechanics of course creation.
We will cover the most overlooked and most important facet to course creation – human interaction.
We will cover some mechanics but any course presented well should have positive course reviews.
I’ll teach you how to work with students so they feel a part of the learning experience.
The best part about this approach is its simplicity.
No rocket science here. Just common sense applied to online learning.
Great content, presentation, audio, video and communication will provide you with everything you need to receive high course rating and positive testimonials.
TIP – Did you notice my last statement? I didn’t write… "please take my course." I didn’t write… "my course is great." I gave you a firm command. Enroll Now!
Also... notice that there are no words capitalized in my course descriptions above. Words that are capitalized have become synonymous with yelling.
Lastly, I used one exclamation point. If you add 2 or 3 you are yelling. I know these little tips seem insignificant but they aren't.
So, use commands at the end of your course descriptions and at the conclusions of your courses.
- You'll be able to spend you time focusing on your courses's content and not the mechanics of what constitutes a great course.
- If you are a course author or desire to be one then this course is a must see.
What's this course really about.
What are you going to learn.
In this lecture we are going to learn what this course is about.
Your time is limited.
Unless you design courses for a living, spend you time concentrating on content specific to your skill set.
Spending time arguing about what you believe constitutes a good course from a structual point of view is a waste of your time.
Should you take this course?
If you create online courses on any platform then this course is a must see.
I'll give you tips throughout the course to add a final polish to all of your courses, no matter what the content.
Let's walk through my reviews.
They aren't perfect but with a 4.67 over 8 courses they are very good.
You can get the same results by following some simple rules.
These are the two core fundamental elements to every single successful online course.
Without these two you will fail.
Take your time in the beginning to get these right.
This course was built for one reason.
I want to give you the skills necessary to obtain those 4 and 5 star ratings you have to have for your course to do well.
Although most of your content should be video, it's really important that you combine content to make the students experience more exciting.
Mixing content helps reduce the boredom often associated with watching the same content over and over.
Collages as a learning tools are gaining a lot of ground.
They have the same effect as white boarding.
The idea is that only one main image is shown at a time while other images are on the periphery.
Our interest is held because we want to see how the images relate and what they are.
I'm not endorsing any specific product but I just wanted to show the basics behind white boarding.
It's effectiveness as a presentation tool is far superior to just about any other medium including the much loved talking heads.
There's something mesmerizing about watching these images appear in front of our eyes.