All posts by Bradley Morris

Engagement Games: Understanding and Applying Gamification to eLearning

Gamification is one of the most misunderstood AND most important concepts when it comes to building eLearning experiences that engage and inspire participation. Most people think gamification means turning your course into a game, giving out badges, points and other meaningless artifacts. That’s not the kind of gamificaction we’re talking about though. Join us in […]

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Why Hybrid Webinars are the Best thing Since Sliced Bread

Earlier this year, our team set out to reimagine the entire webinar experience. We wanted to come up with a creative way that transformed your ordinary powerpoint-style webinars, into an entertaining, highly engaging experience that participants wanna stick around for. So, we started experimenting… We played with green screens, storytelling, pre-recorded video and a bunch […]

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Ep.9 – Script Writing for eCourse Creators

There was a time where we didn’t script out our lessons. However, the further we got along in our creative journey with the Great eCourse Adventure, the more we realized just how potent, powerful and important script writing truly is. It adds power to what you’re teaching when ever single word is chosen with precision and […]

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Ep.8 – How To Validate Your Awesome Idea And Make Sales Before Its Created

The only reason our business exists is because we took the leap and made pre-sales. $30,000+ in pre-sales revenue came in BEFORE we even created our course. This is what funded us to build the Great eCourse Adventure. In Episode 8, we’re talking about how to Validate and even Pre-Sell your eCourse (or ideas) to ensure […]

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Ep.7 – Creative Ways to Grow a List From Scratch

“How do I launch a course and make money, when I don’t have much of an email list or audience?” Well, the answer is: start growing your list (now). And by list, we mean start making connections and and building relationships! But how? Glad you asked. Growing your audience (and mailing list) is the conversation we had in episode […]

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Ep.6 – From Boring to Awesome: How to Spice up your eCourse

Something we get asked all the time is “how do I take my boring course or outline and make it awesome, creative and engaging?” In episode 6, we’re going to deconstruct our creative process and show you exactly how to take a boring course and make it fizzle, pop and radiate with creative awesomeness. Listen […]

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How to Write your Community Code of Honour

We’ve been having a bunch of conversations around the topic of writing a “Code of Honour” for your online community. What we mean by code of honour is, the shared set of values and guidelines that all members abide by. We wanted to share ours here to give you some inspiration when writing yours, as well […]

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Ep.5 – How to Pick YOUR Perfect eCourse Topic

In the world of eLearning, it can be hard to settle on THE topic to build your entire eCourse (and business) around. It’s a big decision! In episode 5, we dive into exercises, journaling questions and all sorts of thoughtful approaches for finding a topic that won’t just make you a few bucks now, but will […]

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Ep.4 – Community Cultivation for Course Creators

Your online community space can be the most supportive resource for your students. In episode 4, we’re going to talk about how to create focused community spaces for your students to connect, collaborate, share and support one-another through your eCourse transformation. Watch, listen and check out the show notes below… EPISODE 4 SHOW NOTES: The […]

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Ep.3 – eCourse Creation Tech Demystified

There are a plethora of apps, plugins and platforms available for course creators to get their work online. It’s never been easier to build a course… and it’s never been more confusing to decide which technologies to use. Join Bradley & Andy as they demystify the tech side of things and provide a simple framework […]

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