5 Tips To Create An eNewsletter For Your Online Training Program

| November 15, 2018

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Engaging leads and customers is important for any business. Once you stop doing that, chances are your business will start to decline. The same rules apply to internal eLearning course marketing. Creating an eNewsletter can help you generate more interest and emphasize the benefits of active involvement.However, most organizations make the mistake of just throwing an eNewsletter without actually putting in the effort. Here are 5 tips that will ensure you create an eNewsletter that captivates your remote employees.Most people that read eNewsletters are interested in a specific topic that’s being featured. One major problem with eNewsletters is that they are unfocused and often cluttered. It’s understandable that you want to get the most information out to your employees.However, you want to keep it simple and focused so that they know what to expect and don’t have to contend with cognitive overload. Concentrate on a theme that you want to promote for every edition, such as compliance issues or the latest product line. This will allow you to provide clear and concise content to your corporate learners rather than casting the training net too wide.

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