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Are you a Speaker, Coach or Educator? Here are 3 ways you can make apps work better for you

Are you a Speaker, Coach or Educator? Here are 3 ways you can make apps work better for you

Mobile-Training-AppsWith more than 1 billion consumers using smartphones, and mobile learning being one of the fastest-growing sectors in mobile, smart devices are quickly opening new revenue channels for educators.

However, while most educators understand the importance of mobile and have started investigating ways to engage their clients and customers, many are not using the medium to its full potential.

Here are three specific ways for educators and trainers to drive additional revenue in this brave new mobile learning world.

No 1. Create a freely available marketing & engagement app

Here you want to package up what content you have at hand into a mobile app. No doubt you have several articles, blog posts, videos or podcasts on your topic of expertise, so you will want to package up this content (along with anything else that positions you as a leader in your field) inside a freely available app. By integrating your app with the social networks such as Facebook & twitter, you instantly open up opportunities to expand your reach while automatically syndicating all in-app activity to your app user’s network of friends and acquaintances.

Mobile is social, so it makes sense to integrate the two.

You will also want to place a code on your website and/or blog that prompts your website visitors to download your app. This will allow you to secure more of your website visitors on your mobile app, which is essentially the same as acquiring an email subscriber. You now have the power of push notifications in your hands (point No.3, below).

Also, by integrating your app with your existing email newsletter, you can sync up all your client touch points within the one user experience.

No 2: Create individual apps for each of your courses

Initially you want to have a freely available app for the purposes of lead generation and relationship building (as mentioned above), however, once you have this under wraps, the natural progression for educators/coaches/speakers/trainers is to package up your existing course materials and present these inside a professional mobile training app.

By doing so, you open up the opportunity to leverage yourself by allowing potential clients or students to consume your course materials anytime without you having to be there.

And with paid in-app-subscriptions, clients can simply subscribe to your exclusive mobile training course (i.e. monthly, quarterly or yearly) to consume your course modules from anywhere, and use the native functionalities of the mobile device to submit required video and/or audio recordings to the trainer for review and assessment (if required) all via a single mobile experience.

Here’s how this would work…

Users would simply click on your banner or promotional message (from your free engagement app) to download your course/training app (for free), then once installed, the user can opt to subscribe from within your training app to access course/training materials at the touch of a button, and without having to present a credit card.

Once the user has subscribed (i.e. Monthly, Yearly, or however you would like to charge), they are then allowed to access your mobile course materials, allowing for automatic monthly or yearly revenue generation.

This model works well because you aren’t asking for the user to pay to download the app initially, instead, they download a free app (securing the user), they then have the option to access your course materials after they’ve download the app and all transactions are processed through Apple (or Google Play), while revenues are deposited direct into your bank account

Once you have one course packaged up, you can create multiple training apps for individual courses and then promote each of your training apps from inside your core (free) client engagement app.

Overtime, as you strengthen the relationship with your free app users, you will naturally guide users to subscribe to your paid training apps for monthly or yearly revenues. Which leads us to No.3…

No 3: Use smart push notifications to promote your subscription based training apps and related products or services

Using push notifications, educators can use targeted messaging to drive clients to their paid subscription based apps, or to purchase relevant products (or course registrations) right then and there from inside their core (freely available) engagement application.

Notifications can also be used to send live event updates, available course materials, or notify users of upcoming speakers and workshops. And with segmentation and localisation features, educators can message specific customers individually, with the goal of ethically persuading them to take action in the moment.

If you combine this with the power of mobile analytics, you can gain further insights about your clients, allowing you to send even more targeted messaging to your users at anytime, anywhere, and thus, increasing conversions and sales.

When used effectively, customised push notifications are a powerful mobile marketing tool that promotes increased engagement and provides educators with a strategic means to drive revenue.

If you are interested to learn more about how you can implement the above strategies in your business, contact us for an initial no hassles consultation +61(2) 9439 6398 (Sydney, Australia).

We have successfully created these mobile app models (and more) for educators, speakers and trainers looking to leverage themselves and their organisation with mobile applications.

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