Learndot

Our journal of discoveries, interviews and updates. Read on to uncover insights into — and the biggest secrets of — customer education and customer success.

Learndot ranking

This blog ranks #205 in our Top E-Learning Blogs.

Copy and paste this code into any part of your blog to get a dynamic badge that automatically updates your rank every day.

Posts by Learndot

4 ways education services drives revenue and how you deliver it

The education services function, in most software companies, is treated as a cost center. The mindset is about allocating budgets, controlling spend, and minimizing the […]

Education services revenue opportunities in a COVID-19 world

Classroom training is the leading revenue generator for education services. TSIA reports that 79% of customer training revenue is derived from instructor-led training, 38% of […]

How to build your education services plan for 2021

It’s that time of year again: annual planning. It’s when education services teams at software companies all over the world scramble to put presentation decks […]

Welcome to the party: PluralSight acquires DevelopIntelligence

Congratulations to PluralSight on your October 14, 2020 acquisition of DevelopIntelligence. I especially want to call out Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of PluralSight, for […]

[Infographic] The revenue impact of education services

Most executive teams and founder/CEOs intuitively know that customers will need some level of help in learning how to use the software they just purchased […]

A new podcast from Learndot by ServiceRocket

We just launched a podcast. It’s called, Connecting the Dots. It is a podcast about building a SaaS business on learning. Learning from customers and […]

Education services shouldn’t hire anyone without a staffing model

You cannot hire people onto your education services team because you are busy. This is a bad idea. It means you have no staffing model, […]

Create a forecast: What can education services learn from sales?

A sales forecast is an expression of expected sales revenue. It estimates how much your company plans to sell within a certain time period—and the […]

What should go into your 2021 education services forecast?

A sales forecast is an expression of expected sales revenue. It estimates how much your company plans to sell within a certain time period—and the […]

How education services leaders can get a seat at the executive table

Education services leaders want a seat at the executive table—we want to be recognized for the value we bring to the company, and want the […]

4 ways education services drives revenue and how you deliver it

The education services function, in most software companies, is treated as a cost center. The mindset is about allocating budgets, controlling spend, and minimizing the […]

Education services revenue opportunities in a COVID-19 world

Classroom training is the leading revenue generator for education services. TSIA reports that 79% of customer training revenue is derived from instructor-led training, 38% of […]

LOAD MORE
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK