Number of weeks: 1
Required books?: No
Live video session?: No
Part of a certification or series of courses?: No
Promoting your work can be awkward. You want to share your course with those whom it would help,
but how do you do this in a way that is humble and helpful — and not annoying or slimy? All the different social media platforms can be overwhelming. Which one is the best use of your time? How do you make the most of your current networks and find new networks to connect with your ideal course participant?
These questions and more are answered in this course with our Director of Engagement, Meg Calvin. She’s here to serve you as a marketing coach, cheerleader, and soundboard as you take your marketing strategies from obligatory to enjoyable.
After these five days, you will view marketing not only as another outlet for your artistic expression & content creation but also as a joyful opportunity to cultivate a conversation around a subject matter about which you are passionate.
You’ve worked hard to prepare a quality Christian course, now equip yourself to get it to the folks who have been waiting for you to share it with them through authentic marketing.
This course is worth 0.5 CEUs.
Past Students Said…
“Meg’s course opened my eyes a bit. I figured that if I had something to say, there would of course be people to hear it. Instead I learned that I have to put my stuff out where people can find it easily. And then I have to work at guiding them to those places. Especially if you have reservations about “marketing”, take the course.”
“It’s been decades since my one and only marketing course, so Meg’s course was such a blessing! Her focus on marketing as a way to help instructors help others through our courses gave us a foundation that supported all the work!
I also learned so much that I was able to create a full marketing plan for myself and all my courses! I’ve got an elevator pitch written for every course and dates for promoting courses throughout the rest of the year!”
Video Review of This Course
Hear from Past Student, Jonathan: