Teach what you love from the comfort of your own home! You can teach webinars if:
- You love writing and teaching;
- Your print publication revenue is less than you'd like;
- You love public speaking but not the travel;
- You want to bring your message to a wider audience;
- You have a decent Internet connection and a microphone.
The new online series Create Your Own Webinars is now available on-demand and includes:
- Over four hours of pre-recorded instructional videos;
- Three recorded inspiring and lively Q&A sessions;
- A private moderated Members’ Chat room;
- Four months of unlimited access to all online material.
The series price is $185. Register Now!
Learn from someone who has created over 12 hours of content videos and presented nearly 60 live Q&A sessions in two years. Cheryl Corson presented a well-attended roundtable talk on webinars at the garden writers' 2015 Pasadena conference. Afterword, many participants asked for a webinar series about webinars. This new series distills Cheryl’s experience, proving that the cost of entry is low and your system can evolve along the way. Thanks to Garden Design Online for posting this nice write-up!
Learn by doing, so when you are in the moderator’s seat you’ll have some experience behind you. Contact Cheryl with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session 1 (35 minutes) provides an introduction to webinars, Cheryl’s experience, plus hardware and software requirements and options.
Session 2 (37 minutes) goes behind the scenes with GoToWebinar, Vimeo, WordPress, PayPal and more.
Live Q&A session on Sessions 1 & 2;(70 minutes)
Session 3 (39 minutes) provides online content and content delivery tips, and shows how not to "dumb down" your PowerPoint slides.
Session 4 (42 minutes) helps you organize and lead lively and engaging Q&A sessions, and walks you through the GoToWebinar control panel.
Live Q&A session on Sessions 3 & 4 (53 minutes).
Session 5 (49 minutes), reviews other webinar businesses and online coaching resources.
Session 6 (38 minutes) summarizes marketing, PR, and record-keeping suited to those activities.
Live Q&A session on Sessions 5 & 6 (58 minutes)
About Cheryl – Cheryl Corson is a landscape architect, writer, and gardener. She writes a monthly garden column for DC's Hill Rag. After 10 years in private practice she undertook the formidable Landscape Architecture Registration Examination (LARE), and was licensed in 2013. One month later, she started teaching webinars to help others through the exam process. Passionate about providing affordable support, she has helped nearly 400 people become licensed so far, making new friends along the way. Teaching online is one of the most satisfying experiences in her 20+ year career as a landscape professional.