What MC Hammer Can Teach Us about Creating Online Courses

What MC Hammer Can Teach Us about Creating Online Courses Avatar Posted by Copysugar under Online Marketing
From http://teachgoodstuff.com 748 days ago
Made Hot by: fundpr on July 16, 2013 12:04 pm
Yeah, your girl was back up dancing for MC Hammer. You read that right. The shiny suit, parachute pant wearing MC Hammer. You may be wondering, what does MC Hammer have to do with creating online courses? I’ll get to that in a moment.



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Written by tiroberts
3 days ago

"Facebook is def a traffic/adv giant. But I think that more time should be focused on using FB to get traffic directly back to our own sites instead of letting the traffic congregate there. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.



Written by tiroberts
10 days ago

"Facebook is def a traffic/adv giant. But I think that more time should be focused on using FB to get traffic directly back to our own sites instead of letting the traffic congregate there. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.



Written by tiroberts
136 days ago

Should be interesting...



Written by tiroberts
178 days ago

"Facebook is def a traffic/adv giant. But I think that more time should be focused on using FB to get traffic directly back to our own sites instead of letting the traffic congregate there. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.



Written by tcamba
748 days ago

I really love looking at case studies honestly. It's a great way for me to find ideas and brainstorm on things that I should do and should not do in a business as well as find things to replicate and probably do.



Written by tiroberts
748 days ago

Really great post, Jennifer, and a eye catching title indeed. I love the analogy.

It truly does take some creativity and innovation to be able to catch and keep your readers/students/audiances' attention. You've provided some excellent tips on how to to do just that.

One thing that I've found to work wonders when I relaunched my blog last year is writing case studies. My case studies were extremely in-depth and detailed.

They were centered around showing my audience EVERY single thing I did to generate traffic and build relationships with top bloggers in my niche; down to the screen shot of the comments I left on blogs to invoke engagement and interaction.

I don't think that any engagement tactic is truly "original"; many of us participate in the same activities to gain exposure and traffic. However, what IS original is our unique personalities and the way we deliver our message and content. As you've exemplified in this post. :)

This is my first time visiting your blog, Jennifer; I'm love what I've read and seen so far.

I'll be sure to share this post with my social network.

Keep that great content coming and I look forward to connecting more with you soon.

Ti



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