#13. Audio Q&A Files
Setup a place within your course (or on our own course website) that allows your course participants to ask you questions.
Answer the questions asked yourself, using audio files, uploaded and placed beneath the question.
Using audio empowers you to create answers quickly to questions that are asked. Answers being in audio format makes them far more interesting than simple text based replies.
Additionally, getting their questions answered personally, adds incredible value to how course participants experience your course.
You can always repackage and repurpose this content by grouping questions that are related along with their audio based answers and offering this for free download to your course participants.
Such content also adds awesome sales value to your course when placed on the course landing/sales page.
Finally, the availability of such content adds a huge amount of credibility to you, (i.e. the course creator), as being the real deal.
#14. Standalone Slide Presentations
Upload PPT based slides which include text, infographics, charts and more to your course site or website. You can also consider using Slideshare to upload your slides to. When you do people can flip through and learn from them.
Let’s assume that part of your course is running a challenge. In this challenge, you need to communicate specific steps to your course participants. Allowing them to flip through a set of slides explaining these step at their own pace is a great learning experience for most.
Visually arresting, easy-to-follow PPT based slides have made a huge difference for my brand during my workshops, in my courses, and when I do various public speaking engagements.