How To Stay Relevant Online
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Sometimes staying relevant online is a challenge within itself. In this course we're going to talk about how to stay relevant and stay ahead of the game. The only materials that you would need to master this course will be an Internet connection from any type of device. I've done everything in my power to keep the course shortest possible, my main objective is to make sure that you get through it within 1 to 2 sessions.
This course is mainly set up behind a screen share to show you real-life daily interactions. All the events that you see within the course are live and gear towards myself as a web developer. From my examples it will be very easy for you to tailored towards your niche.
However you're able to obtain the resources you will be able to utilize your iPad your phone your tablet or desktop computer to take the skills to staying relevant online. Enjoy =)
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|Section 1: Getting Started|
|Thank you for taking the course! Now lets have fun!|
|The parallax design is really new to the web. In this lecture we will break down the importance of having a Parallex design.|
|Let's talk about the necessary tools that you need to stay relevant online today. The web is changing quickly so you must change or get left behind.|
|Section 2: What you need to know|
|No one has time to tweet all day. However tweeting is a necessity to staying relevant online. We will introduce to you in this lecture an awesome program called "buffer" that will keep you connected at all times.|
|The look and feel of the web is changing rapidly. In this lecture we will show you how some of the bigger brands have made the switch to a more simplified logo.|
|All roads lead back to the parallax design. Lets do a quick overview to talk about what we've learned so far and why this is so important. See the Example Page that every client gets with Websitecandi.com|
|Section 3: Bonus Time|
|To be a giver is a great thing. Let is introduced to you and show you why you want to give away your best content to stay relevant.|
|In this lecture we will show you why it's important to thank people and make everything you do public. You can never go wrong with showing somebody you appreciate them for being involved in anything you do.|
|There's so many tools and so many things you can do to leverage your availability and appearance online. In this lecture we will cover how to leverage affiliate tools for your business.|
|I would like to say thank you for participating in the course and we look forward to working with every single one of you!|
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|Tell a friend or not... Either way you get a DISCOUNT! Visit Website Candi Inc. and let us know you came from the course.|
I am a Gemini and what they say is true- Gemini's do have split personalities. For me, one of my personalities is good and the other is better. I am a web developer by day and graphic designer by night.
Coffee and serious dedication have kept me going over the past few years. I am always looking to learn more and more. I am constantly sharpening and developing my skills by using tools like Udemy. You can always learn from others in your field. That’s why a website like Udemy has been needed for a very long time. It’s useful for connecting with other people who share your skill and learning from them.
Be aware of all of the resources out there that can help you with your skill and don’t be afraid to try something new. I learned a lot on Udemy but once I took the leap of faith to use Dreamweaver I haven’t looked back. Now I don’t have to write too much code because the program does a lot of the work for me. As for Photoshop, I learnt 95 per cent of my skills from Udemy.