Eshops Fables

Tales from the land where eLearning and eCommerce collide

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Posts by Eshops Fables

What is Tin Can API and why should anyone care?

Some possible Learning Record Store statements Tin Can API has massive potential to transform how learner data are stored, analysed and managed. It’s the successor […]

Choosing an eCommerce platform – the right questions to ask

In order to sell courses online, a means of taking payments is an absolute requirement. Here’s an article that provides a list of questions to […]

How to sell online courses

Launching an eLearning business? For the Edupreneurs among you, here’s a helpful introduction to selling courses online. It may serve as a refresher for those […]

Want to make money selling online courses? Start by giving them away for free.

If you are building a business selling online courses, one of the best things you can do is start by giving one away for free. […]

Welcome to EshopsFables.

There was a need for a central information source for people and companies who are in or want to be in the business of selling […]

Affiliate marketing: a potential springboard for your courses

  Affiliate Marketing has a unique set of advantages that make it an essential part of an effective online marketing strategy. It is a symbiotic […]

A flowchart for starting a profitable eLearning business

Plot your course before you start sailing I like it when bloggers cover the real pain points of starting an eLearning business: the emotional highs […]

A useful resource for edupreneurs: Moodle News

Moodle is the world’s most popular open-source Learning Management System. Moodle News is the leading web resource for, well, Moodle news. But they’ve also got […]

Marketing Your Online Training: Lessons in Persuasion from Aristotle

Let’s assume you are an edupreneur and have some courses built and installed on an LMS. We’ll focus here on using persuasion to convince learners […]

Why are there over 700 LMS vendors?

Why ARE there so many LMS vendors? Why isn’t the market consolidated like, say, the CRM market (Salesforce)? I’m sharing a post by John Leh […]

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