Are you thinking about launching a new website, or maybe revisiting your current one? Before jumping ahead and search for your ideal partner to support you in the project, make sure to go through these 3 steps and thus ensure a happy-ending story.
Raise your hand if you’ve never ever received an unsolicited email. A spam email. An unwanted creation that populates your inbox with titles aimed to grab your attention. Yup, I knew it! No hands were raised. The fact is we all are bombarded by spam, and it gets so well disguised that even the most sophisticated spam killers can’t see behind the smoke and mirrors.
There’s no detailed magic recipe. There you go, I said it. There’s no specific way to create and sell a course that’s bulletproof. People tastes and needs are constantly changing and every trainer is, and should be, in a continuous battle to make sure their courses can survive the market. There are, however, several recipes for failure, ways to ruin your chances of survival right from the start and those recipes are rather easy to follow!
A short and sweet pre-digested compost of what you need to know for the upcoming year when developing your next training website (or any website for that matter)! No, I am not a designer. Not by the title at least. But, I’m a marketer and I like writing about what I see coming up as web design trends, elements that in the end influence any digital marketing campaign, and at a specific level, the way your content is perceived by your targeted audience.