6 steps to successfully launch your first online course

| July 15, 2018

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Launching your online course can be confusing. After all, this is the first step that you are taking towards your customers and it should be done right. You have probably heard that there are several strategies to do it – through soft launches, quick launches, pre-launch strategies, etc. But which method should you choose and where should you start from?If you are launching an online course for the first time, we advise you to have a launch strategy written down and to stick to it. Preparing a strategy in advance will make the entire launch process much easier and less stressful. So let’s go through the steps you can follow to execute your successful launch strategy.

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