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How To Teach An Online Class<br />Lesson 2 - Content<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights R...
Content Matters!<br />You may feel “tied” to your computer this week, as you create your content.<br />You don’t have to f...
“Content” Varies <br />Even if you are not creating an ebook or “tips” list for your class, it’s still a good idea to writ...
You Don’t Have To Do All The Work!<br />You can use PLR (Private Label Rights) Articles<br />Hire a ghostwriter<br />Recor...
You Don’t Have To Start At The Beginning!<br />If you get “writer’s block” or aren’t sure how to start, get creative<br />...
Reuse Your Blog Posts<br />If you have already written blog posts on the subject of your class, go through them and use th...
Use The Action Worksheet<br />I have some resources listed on there, in case you do not have a word processor or PowerPoin...
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  1. 1. How To Teach An Online Class<br />Lesson 2 - Content<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
  2. 2. Content Matters!<br />You may feel “tied” to your computer this week, as you create your content.<br />You don’t have to finish it, but at least draft your lesson plans<br />Don’t forget – I am here to help!<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
  3. 3. “Content” Varies <br />Even if you are not creating an ebook or “tips” list for your class, it’s still a good idea to write down what you plan to say on the audio or in your live web conference class<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
  4. 4. You Don’t Have To Do All The Work!<br />You can use PLR (Private Label Rights) Articles<br />Hire a ghostwriter<br />Record yourself speaking and hire a transcriptionist<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
  5. 5. You Don’t Have To Start At The Beginning!<br />If you get “writer’s block” or aren’t sure how to start, get creative<br />Start writing in the middle or the end, you can go back and add the introduction later<br />Just start writing! Once you are writing, your creative side will take over<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
  6. 6. Reuse Your Blog Posts<br />If you have already written blog posts on the subject of your class, go through them and use them in your class<br />You may need to add more content to create a “cohesive” flow to the posts, but the majority of your writing will already be done<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
  7. 7. Use The Action Worksheet<br />I have some resources listed on there, in case you do not have a word processor or PowerPoint-type software<br />Also – next week is marketing, so keep that in mind!<br />How To Teach An Online Class - IndieBizChicks.com - All Rights Reserved<br />
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