Here at Teachable, we have one goal: To help you become the most successful online course creator you can be.
And today? We’re excited to announce a new platform where you can consume Teachable content…
We’ve come to the realization that not everyone prefers to sit down and read blog posts, so we wanted to create the content that you wanted to consume.
You can still expect new blog posts here every Tuesday and Thursday, but we’ll also be uploading onto YouTube each Friday, too. Additionally, some weeks our blog posts will have accompanying videos, so you can choose how you want to consume the content.
What to expect from our YouTube channel…
By and large, YouTube is still an experiment for us. We’ll be creating the content we think you want, but we’ll be looking for your feedback, too. If you want to see certain types of videos, have questions you want answered, or any other video request, be sure to let us know.
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Otherwise, here’s a look into what’s on our YouTube agenda:
- The same types of walkthroughs and guides you see here on the Teachable Blog. In fact, we’ve taken some of our greatest hits on the blog and turned them into scripts for future videos. Have a favorite blog post you want to see made into a video? Let us know!
- Tech tutorials to help you better use Teachable. Sometimes it helps to actually see how something is done rather than read about how to do it. When it comes to creating sales pages that convert, or customizing the branding in your Teachable school, we want to offer visual walkthroughs of how it’s done.
- The content you want to see. The types of comments and questions we get in comment portion of our videos will largely dictate the type of content we create in the future. If you’re interested in a tutorial on a certain topic, let us know. We’ll be paying attention to what questions are asked and which of our videos you all respond to the best.
I’d love to hear what kind of content you want to see! Let us know in the comments, and you may just see your video idea come to life.