Distance learning has been taking over traditional classroom education for years now. This process has advanced and quickened due to the pandemic. There are many people for and against it, so let’s see the pros and cons of distance learning and decide which side we are on. Undoubtedly, you’ve seen a lot more ads for webinars, courses online, and other forms of e-learning since the beginning of the pandemic. It has become a massively popular way of learning new things.
Gathering feedback is the best way to improve your webinar content and uncover customer needs. But traditional methods of getting feedback might be failing you.
If you want to optimize your webinars to be more engaging (and therefore higher converting), you’re in the right place. First, let’s explore why collecting feedback is so vital for successful webinars and why the two primary sources of user feedback have inherent flaws.
(Don’t worry, we’ll explain how to overcome them and get actionable feedback.)
So, you have decided to do a webinar and attract thousands of participants. You will help fill the world with knowledge and maybe make one or two bucks while at it. Or you may want to use it to make money, but not directly. So you add it to your marketing strategy. Or it may not even be money that drives you. You might just want to grow your mailing list, build authority, and connect with your audience.
Whatever it is, you try to host a webinar, getting everything ready for the occasion. But it seems no one is interested because attendance is zero.
Here are 14 great ways to make sure that doesn’t happen again or anymore. These 14 steps will help you attract an enormous amount of participants to your webinar.
The term “e-learning” was first coined by Elliott Masie in 1999. He defined the “e” in e-learning as the experience dimension of learning that includes engagement, curiosity, simulation, and practice.
Ever since the emergence of the term, e-learning has had several definitions. Sangrà et al., in their publication, grouped e-learning into four categories: technology-driven, delivery-system-oriented, communication-oriented, and educational-paradigm-oriented.
There are several reasons why your invitation to a webinar or other e-mails may be flagged as spam. These could range from keywords that fall under the spam filter to an incorrect HTML code or just a crookedly configured e-mail box. Let’s take a look at the main reasons why your e-mails end up in spam.