Online learning is a buzzword these days and not just because you can be watching Sailor Moon while engaging in a class. Obviously, it is not for everyone, but for those that thrive in a virtual learning environment, it may be a good thing to try. With online learners having varying attention spans, here are different types of classes to help you in boosting your marketing.
Long Classes, or Massive Open Online Classes
Colleges and Universities have created open classrooms to teach a variety of subjects. Many of them are free and only require a fee if you are looking for certification in the course (maybe so that the company will pay for the time you spent on it). From Harvard, MIT, and University of California, Los Angeles, you can take a pick of marketing courses that last a whole semester, or at your own pace. It’ll have homework that you can turn in, even resources to ensure you are getting the material.
Software Subscriptions Provide Online Learning
If you have a subscription to Hubspot, or Moz, they offer free classes and certification on marketing and e-commerce subjects that you can take. Since your company is already paying for this, why not take advantage of it and use it to get ahead of the game? Implement the lessons you learn to make your marketing better.
These are short and perfect for those quick learners that want a run through of a subject and talk about it quickly. The webinars also include other users and is perfect for getting other ideas on how to best use current software and best practices.
It’s a neverending world of learning out there. Seeing what the trends are can only help you make better strategies and gain a better audience and sell your product. Let us know at Tractus Online how we can help!