Kajabi vs Teachable

Kajabi vs. Teachable: The Ultimate Side-by-Side Comparison

Are you overwhelmed, trying to choose the right Learning Management System (LMS) for your online course? When it comes to choosing a platform, today’s course creators are faced with too many options. Think about it. With high-quality choices, like Kajabi and Teachable, how do you decide what will work best for your course business?  If you’re just getting started on your course creation journey, your peers often haven’t used these platforms and can’t weigh in. …

thinkific review

Thinkific Review [2019 Update]: An All-in-One Learning Management System

Post updated by Jessica Glendinning Learning management systems (LMS) have a big job. Not only do they need to house your course work, they should help you market and sell your course as well. Thinkific strives to do just that. After trialing a number of online course platforms, I found Thinkific to be a stout platform that can be just the right fit for many course builders’ needs. Overview of Thinkific Thinkific is an all-in-one …

Online Course Ideas

Revealed: Our Proven Process for Finding Profitable Online Course Ideas in 2019

Here’s a depressing thought: Most people who launch an online course aren’t happy with the outcome. This often happens because the course creator didn’t find the right idea — one they have the expertise to teach that also has a market. Maybe they jumped straight from idea to “batcave,” creating their course without doing any research. Or maybe they made a bunch of assumptions along the way. The good news is… you don’t have to …

teachable review

Teachable Review [2019 Update]: A Simple, Easy-to-Use Learning Management System

Post updated by Jessica Glendinning Course creation is tough work. You spend hours pulling all your hard-earned knowledge out of your head and into a course format that you hope will make sense to your students. You don’t want to struggle with learning a new platform in which to place your fabulous course. I’ve spent a little time playing in some learning management systems (or LMS) to give you a better feel for what is …

How to Choose the Best Online Course Platform: 5 Steps to Find the Ideal Tool

Choosing an online learning platform is like online dating. All the prospects say they’re the best. They only show their best angles. And checking out their online profiles doesn’t guarantee a good match. It could take you months, even years, to find The Right One. And making the wrong choice has dire consequences. Pick the wrong learning management system or LMS for your online course, and not only do you end up wasting time and …

The Ultimate List of Digital Product Ideas That Sell

Are you cash strapped? Short on time? Do you know you need a side gig or separate income stream to make ends meet, and carve out a bit of freedom and flexibility in your life? A digital product sure seems like the way to go. You create it once, post it up online, and throngs of people head your way to buy your thing. You’ll finally be able to make money while you sleep. What …

Selling Online Courses: How to Attract Your First—Or Next—5, 50, or 100 Students

Written with inputs from Danny Iny, Mirasee founder and CEO, Lizzie Merritt, Director of Education, Hanna Woodside, coach, and Diane Holmes, Evangelist. You feel lied to, deceived, betrayed. They said it would be easy and fast. But making money from selling online courses has been anything but. Instead, you’re exhausted, discouraged, disillusioned. You’ve poured your heart and soul into creating your course. You’ve done the research and people said they wanted it. But when you …

Online Course Design for the Teacher Who Wants to Make an Impact

This much is clear: when it comes to actual teaching, online courses get a failing grade. For starters, the completion rates are dismal. In MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), only 7%-15% of students complete the courses. Is it because they’re free and people take free stuff for granted? But even in paid online courses at the University of Phoenix, the average graduation rate is not much better at 17%. And if students aren’t even consuming …

The State of Online Learning 2018

The State of Online Learning 2018

Imagine you were about to climb Mt. Everest. Aside from training physically, gathering your gear, and hiring a good Sherpa, you would probably learn as much as you could from the experiences of others. You’d connect with other people who are planning the same trip, to compare notes. You’d learn as much as you could about the experiences of others who’ve succeeded—or tried and failed—to learn from their mistakes, anticipate and avoid the common pitfalls, …