Marketing is evolving at a rapid pace with new software and tools designed to improve your key metrics becoming available daily. But in an age when marketing has become a highly technical digital career, we can easily forget about the importance of getting out into the community to run events and meet peers and potential clients face-to-face.
I’m very excited to announce the release of my first book ‘A Guide to Better eLearning‘!
Are you getting started with creating online courses or learning content, but not quite sure where to begin? Want to develop a better connection with today’s online learners?
A Guide to Better eLearning will help you gain a deeper understanding of the concepts behind the world’s most successful online courses.
After spending months, or even years working your ass off on something, you are going to be very excited to share your hard work with the world – and rightfully so!
As a new creator, one of the hardest things to wrap your head around when this time comes will be that support for your new-found success will not be come from people you might expect it to come from.
Over the past 10 years I have been involved with the creation and building of several brands ranging across a variety of industries and differing target audiences. There was Chucking a Mosh which was promoting Australian punk, metal and hardcore bands, Waywire who specialized in online video and pre-roll advertising, and currently I’m working for GO1 and building up OnlineLearningWeekly.com, both of which sit in the online education space.
How many times have you heard the phrase content is King? Over the last few years it’s one of the driving factors behind why almost every business has a blog as part of their website.
If you have anything to do with creating websites or blogs over the last 10 years, you are most likely familiar with Photobucket. For those that are not familiar, Photobucket has been the go to website to host images online that would be embedded into your website. It was quick and easy to use, you could get any sort of embed code that you needed. So much so that many major websites including Amazon, eBay and Etsy, were using the platform due to it’s reliability.
How often do you do you talk to people and hear them say “I’ve got this really good idea for ‘X’ that I’d like to work on”, only to hear them repeat the same idea time and time again for months, and even years without, making any progress?
More than 20,000 Australians have made the move to Silicon Valley in the hopes of taking their internet startups global. However, the hunt for expert advice and capital is often met with many challenges unseen back home, especially for those dealing with remote teams operating on opposite sides of the world.
I recently launched a new project called Online Learning Weekly. The idea behind the Online Learning Weekly stemmed from conversations that I had with several learning and technology experts in San Francisco. We had all experienced the same frustrations when trying to keep up to date with industry news, best practices, and other general cool things that people are working on.
In theory this shouldn’t be too hard, should it?