Over the last few years, I’ve recorded many podcasts for The Trainers Training Company with the lovely Ginette Tessier and featured on a number of other podcasts, so I thought I’d share my top 10 tips for being a brilliant podcast guest. Why be interviewed...
Do you use explainer videos to help promote your courses or training? If not, today’s blog is for you and why now might be the time to start. What are explainer videos? As the name suggests, explainer videos are short videos that explain a product or service. They can...
Have you ever launched a new training programme, filled all the seats (virtual or in-person), got fantastic feedback and been thrilled with your success, only to attract little to no interest during your second launch? You’re not alone. Many trainers and other course...
There is an abundance of benefits to becoming a freelance trainer and spending your days in the training room doing what you love. However, starting your own training business isn’t always plain sailing. One particular thing that many who are new to the training...
Is there a secret to smarter marketing for my training business? I’m asked this question a lot, usually by trainers who fall into one of two camps: those who feel like they’re spending all their time marketing (but not always with results proportionate to...
Marketing matters. Even if you’re rushed off your feet with clients queuing up for your training services, I hope I can convince you that marketing should still be at the top of your priority list today and every day. I often hear from both new and experienced...
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