Developing Tutorial Courses for Autoresponder Delivery

Written by Jill Black

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Followrepparttar instructions given when you sign up. Do a trial test to ensure thatrepparttar 131951 delivery options are set correctly.

Next place your course information on your web site with your course description andrepparttar 131952 mailto: link to your autoresponder.

After mastering this type of autoresponder course consider providing workshops via email or...

Self-learning training courses delivered via email.

These courses are structuredrepparttar 131953 same way as offline correspondence courses and tend to do well year in and year out asrepparttar 131954 market forrepparttar 131955 course information always constantly replenishes itself.

Self-learning training courses require structured lesson plans, a course outline and set objectives forrepparttar 131956 knowledgerepparttar 131957 student can expect to gain fromrepparttar 131958 course. Often this type of course includes a self-knowledge quiz atrepparttar 131959 end of each lesson for self-evaluation purposes byrepparttar 131960 student of how well they have understood ofrepparttar 131961 current lessons content.

Popular topics include

Business and money making courses Public Speaking courses Language courses Salesmanship courses Writing courses Interior Decorating courses Inspiration and self-improvement courses Computer Programming Stress Management courses Massage courses Astrology courses

"How to"...Just about anything that can be adapted for delivery via autoresponder that will provide people withrepparttar 131962 information and knowledge they are seeking.

Develop a prospectus for interested students to download (PDF format gives a more professional look) then create a course outline and sign-up enrollment form page at your web site.

Set your autoresponder to automatically deliver lesson installments to each of your paying students at weekly or fortnightly intervals.


Training courses contain no advertising for products or services...they arerepparttar 131963 product. Many "how to" ebooks can be adapted or broken down into course lessons and presented in this way providing another source of income or to be sold offline via direct mail.

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Five Free Graphics Tools

Written by Dianne Reuby

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Harm's Tile from will allow you to create seamless tiles for backgrounds, buttons, etc. It has several effects that can be used alone or combined together, such as ripple, fish-eye, buttonise and more. It's fun to use, too!

UFX (Ultimate Effects) - can apply special effects to your pictures. It's prime purpose is for scanning and manipulating photos, but it can be used on other graphics too. You can also use Adobe Photoshop plug-ins with it. Use it for screen capture, transparent gifs, special effects and other tasks too.

Some of my favourite freeware sites:

Some of my favourite free graphics sites:

Dianne Reuby is co-author of the e-book "First Website Builder", Dianne created and runs the Free Site Builder web site and ezine, dedicated to helping newbies create web sites with free tools, services and resources. Visit FSB at Send for a complete list of free articles and lessons by e- mail :

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