Nov 13, 2021 3 min read

#02 Cohortland Newsletter: Getting students to join your course, Martech is now into cohort-based!

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1 - How to Get Students to Join Your Course

Without paying any cents.

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So you've built a great course, and now it's time for students to enroll. Our experience is that getting students is the hardest thing.

It's similar in building a great product, and it's time to look for users. It's easy if you already have your audience.

BUT what if... you don't have? How can you get students to join your course?

TL;DR. Here are helpful tactics that won't cost you any cents:

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2 - Featured Courses

I. Experience Hybrid Learning with Amani Institute!

Amani Institute, an award-winning global organization in the social impact field will start another cohort next year using the hybrid learning model.

If you have plans on traveling to Kenya, it's the perfect time to join their Social Innovation Management Program and meet fantastic people while making an impact. Scholarships are available so watch out! đź‘€

Learn Social Innovation through experience.

Start Date: January 2022
Price: $4950 for 5mo -online, $7950 for 6mo -hybrid. Scholarships available
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II. Join a beta course while leveling up your Product Analytics Skill!

The Product Folks is launching their very first cohort—Product Analytics 101 this November 20. Learn with a community of 100 PMs for free, and experience how course creators run their first cohort-based courses.

Be part of the first cohort of Product Analytics 101!

Start Date: Nov 20
Price: Free

Slots are limited so hurry —Reserve now!

3 - Interesting News

I. Even Martech is getting into cohort-based!

Photo by Campaign Creators / Unsplash

From cookies to cohort--marketers believe that cohort-based advertising is the future of digital marketing because it's ethical and privacy-compliant. On the other hand, the downside of this is the high involvement of teams and long processes of getting the first-party data.

Thoughts? How will martech emerge in the next web generation?

Read the article


II. Cohort-based Online Communities: Exploitation or Real Connection?


Listen what Alex Witkowski realized while working as a Community Lead in Section 4 about Cohort-based Communities. Is it really making real connections, or mere exploitation?

Thoughts? What's next after joining a cohort-based course?

Start listening


III. How did the cohort-based learning started?
Listen to Wes Kao as she unveiled the idea of cohort-based learning in digital platforms.


Start listening


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Janica Solis
Janica Solis
Edtech enthusiast with 5y experience in education. Worked in an iNGO that promotes global education, and in Edtech startups that design bootcamps and online courses.

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