New Feature Alert: MailChimp Integration

This week we’re introducing support for MailChimp within Teachery. This new integration, combined with our new Landing Page feature, makes it easier to build out an end to end sales and marketing campaign for your courses. Here’s how it works: Step 1: Connect Your MailChimp Account To Teachery To do that you’ll need a MailChimp … 

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Jumping From Cloud To Cloud, A Technical Update

If you’ve noticed improved performance while using Teachery this past week you’re not going crazy. In the name of providing a better user experience to you, as well as your customers/students, we recently switched out our cloud infrastructure and beefed up our servers. In the end, our efforts resulted in a 4-5x performance increase over … 

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New Feature Alert: Landing Pages

We know we’ve been a little quiet on the Teachery blog, but it’s been for good reason! Today, we’re excited to announce our newest feature: Landing Pages. Landing Pages On Teachery Work Two Ways #1 Use them as sales pages: Building your online course is great, but selling your online course is probably more important. We … 

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A Behind The Scenes Look At Product Development

Last week we pre-announced the addition of Landing Pages to Teachery. The feedback we’ve received since has been overwhelmingly positive. Knowing you’re on the right path is wonderfully affirming. This feature it looked to be relatively easy to implement as there are plenty of existing structures within Teachery to build it from and we had received permission … 

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A Quick Update, A Book Recommendation, and a Question

This week started with a plan. Then Gerlando and I had a conversation about a book we both just read. Then this week got flipped completely upside down. If you’ve ever tried to build anything at all, you can probably relate to this scenario. The book we read is one we think everyone should read. … 

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New Feature Alert: Comments

Today we’re excited to announce the availability of comments on your Teachery courses. Now instead of routing your users to Facebook or Twitter to build community, you can do so directly within your courses. Our comments system is powered by Disqus so you’ll need a Disqus account, but don’t worry…Disqus is free. We chose to use … 

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All The Small Things

When building a web app, the work is never done. We’re constantly iterating on Teachery to make it the best solution for building and selling your online course. We posted our Product Roadmap a couple weeks back, but there are countless smaller refinements and bug fixes that are also worked that are smaller in scope. In the spirit … 

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New Feature Alert: Sub Lessons

When we first started developing Teachery, I thought a course with 10-15 lessons would be typical. But as we slowly opened the doors to more users we started receiving a lot of feedback from authors with courses containing well over 40 lessons. Courses that large in scope would look daunting to new students with our current templates. … 

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Features We’re Currently Working On

We’ve had quite a few new users join Teachery in the past week due to the Bundle of Awesome and the free course I created, How To Build An Online Course. There have been a handful of recurring questions about upcoming features of Teachery so I thought I’d share them here and talk a little bit … 

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How To Build An Online Course (Free Course)

Building an online course isn’t easy. In fact, it’s downright daunting and scary. But today we’ve got something to put your fears and feelings of overwhelm at ease! There are a ton of moving parts when it comes to building an online course. The content, videos, downloadable resources, the course platform itself, etc. At the … 

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