There is absolutely no doubt that online training courses are seriously HOT right now. It seem like everywhere I look there is another blogger offering entry to their super special training program that promises to convert participants into expert infopreneurs (shout out to the Fizzle boys for the reference).
The popularity of this approach isn’t surprising, in fact the only thing I am I’m surprised about is the amount of time it has taken for it to catch on. Transferring knowledge is one of the simplest ways to provide value to a customer and just about every aspect of marketing these days involves a certain amount of teaching.
Why not formalise the process and slap a price tag on it eh?
Sadly, what most people tend to produce is a media-rich info product that has bulk content and slick video, but no real focus on a learning outcome.
In this article I’m going to show you how to implement an online training approach that focuses on learner outcomes and identifiable changes in the behaviour and actions of your audience.
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