One of the drawbacks with online courses is the number of students who tend to lose interest mid-way. What seperates online courses with continuing education courses offered in colleges is that students attending classes usually are working towards a degree or certificate which motivates them to stay on till the very end. With independent online courses, students sign up strictly to learn something useful and aren’t working towards any type of degree or certification.
This is the reason why online courses need to deliver great content and keep the student interested and invested. This tends to be a challenge for many course-creators who see a lacking number of students completing their courses. Many students opt out while barely starting because they might decide the course isn’t for them or that they don’t find the material useful or they might find the course too challenging. It’s been reported that around 10% of people finish an online course. That hits the course-creators hard as they find it difficult to continue marketing their other courses to students. If you’ve ever tried to develop online courses for students or wish to in the future, this video set could be right for you. In this 8 part video course, you’re going to learn how to get your students to stick around till the very end. It’s not an easy task seeing how a lot of people have short attention spans but it will vastly improve your chances in getting your additional courses and classes selling well.
Last thing you want are students signing up for a course and then bailing. You’re in the business of selling various courses which means you want students to sign up or buy the variety of courses you offer. This video series will show you the way. In the first video, you’ll be given an overview of what to expect in this series. In the second video, you’ll be shown how to tap into your students’ senses that push them to stick to the course over the long run. In the third video, you’ll learn about how to get your students excited and keeping them motivated. In the fourth video, you’ll be shown further how to use triggers to keep your students on the ball. In the fifth video, you’ll learn how to get your students to hold themselves accountable.
In the sixth video, you’ll learn how to use rewards to make your students happy and keep them focused. In the seventh video, you’ll be shown how to use rewards to make your students more engaged and have them asking questions and maintaining interest. In the eighth video, you’ll learn more on how to keep the attention of your students. What you really want is to get repeat students purchasing your courses. That’s the way to a great business. So if you’re ready to make it happen, hit the download button now.
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