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Top 10 best digital marketing courses [Online] 2022

Here are the 10 best digital marketing courses to learn the skills you need to become a digital marketing expert.

1. Google Digital Garage [Free]

Time to complete: 40 hours

Certificate: Yes

#DigitalMarketing #onlinecourses
2. SEMRush Academy [Free]

SEMRush Academy

SEMRush is the company behind the SEMRush brand of analytics and SEO tools. Learn from top experts such as Brian Dean, one of the forerunners of SEO, at your own pace.

Time to complete: 1-20 hours

Certificate: Yes

3. HubSpot Academy [Free]

HubSpot, like SEMRush, is another leading company in the digital marketing industry. They boast comprehensive courses on social media, SEO, inbound sales, and content marketing.

Time to complete: A course runs from 1:30 hours to 7

Cert: Yes
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I've made millions from selling coaching and courses.

Here are the 9 steps I follow to guarantee a million dollar program.
1. Get ultra clear on the pain you move your clients away from

Prospects purchase products to overcome pain.
2. Identify the outcome you take your clients

I've learned that when you offer guaranteed results, there's no such thing as a price objection - they're just not an ideal client if they don't want the guarantee.
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My institution is moving to #onlinecourses. In preparation, my students had the following suggestions. Not every strategy is going to work for every class, but here goes. 100 percent of credit goes to my Disability Memoir students (for context, we're a 15 person class):
Zoom is amazing for synchronous engagement. There's a whiteboard function and a share screen for PPTs. This service is great for 1:1 and group meetings as well. (IMO, moving forward any institution using Zoom should prioritize training).
For asynchronous teaching, instructors can create videos and send them to students. When I've taught online for another institution, I've made 5-8 minute mini videos focusing on key concepts and themes. I've shared them via Carmen, which I find to be a fairly intuitive platform.
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Thread: The @OpenClassrooms story: Teaching tomorrow’s skills w/ @m_nebra, Cofounder 🔖
We were honoured to have Mathieu at @_TheFamily with @emiliebmaret!
Here are the key stories & learnings of this fireside chat 👇
#edtech #education #MOOC #onlinecourses
1/ Openclassrooms started in 1999 as a side project out of frustration bcs he struggled finding resources online to make a website.
The courses were always free.
They monetized 1st through ads but it prevented people from learning.
So they focused on a subscription model.
2/ About moving from learning skills to learning jobs 👉
They listened to people. When they wanted books, they did it. Projects? Mentorship? Diploma? They did it.
@m_nebra also always did things by himself (giving online courses, being a mentor).
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