Hello everyone, Do you know anyone who has purchased an iPad lately? I do and where are the instructions? One person I know said “Oh, I will take a course”. I am sure not going to do that.
When you think of all those people getting their first iPad and having to start from scratch to work it. Doesn’t make any sense to me.
I recently came across a site that provides iPad video instruction lessons. You can watch them at your own pace and go back and watch again. I think that is more convenient than taking any class.
There are over 100 videos to choose from covering all aspects of the iPad. Along with that you get lifetime access and updates.
If you want to get the most from your iPad, have a look at this link for all the scoop.
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This post again is not about my primary topic of IM product reviews. However, this has been on my mind for sometime and I wanted to air it out.
My question is…Do Webinars really provide a service for their audience? When I attend a webinar I expect to learn something I did not know or have it explained in a different manner.
Now, having attended many webinars, I find they can be classified in three distinct categories.
1. Short, about 1 hour. Free, that usually means minimal content. Pitch at the end, reasonable.
2. Longer, about 1-2 hours. Fee, that usually means more bio info from presenters. Pitch at the end $$ more costly and can be a membership style.
3. Very long, about 2-3 hours. Fee, very expensive, usually means lots of talk and filler. Pitch at the end $$$ very expensive.
I have attended many 1 and 2 style webinars but not style 3 because of 1 and 2. I will explain that. I feel that most previous webinars were presented solely as a lead in to their pitch. For that reason I feel that style 3 would be no better, just longer.
So, that being said, do you think you are getting your just worth from webinars you have attended?
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