We want to explain with each module the introduction to the module. Why do we need to know this? What is it? How do we do it? What about this or what about that? And then you have a summary, which should be the ‘action steps’ after each module.
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Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
There are many ways of generating income through various online efforts, people just need to learn how. In the newest SuperFastBusiness update, CEO and Internet marketing expert James Schramko reveals the easy steps to his own highly effective process in creating information products that will engage online customers and direct more profits to Web-based enterprises. Having established himself as one of the most consistent and reliable online marketing personalities today, the latest update is his response to all the people who have been coming up to him and inquiring about the template or framework he’s been using for information product creation.
Schramko’s process starts with the “product outline board,” which is a basic white board with a grid and columns divided into course essentials such as the course intro, all the topics to be covered, and lastly, the course summary. For the grid’s rows, he makes use of the “4mat” format, which basically questions the “why,” “what,” “how,” and “what if.”
According to Schramko, he sticks with this fundamental format for the creation of his companies’ information products because, “We want to explain with each module the introduction to the module. Why do we need to know this? What is it? How do we do it? What about this or what about that? And then you have a summary, which should be the ‘action steps’ after each module. So if you use this format, then you are going to have information modules that are useful to people.”
It’s simple, systematic, and best of all, effective.
Using dynamic forms of presentation like video and audio are greatly recommended for creating a powerful training course or other information products as well. However, in ensuring the efficacy of these media, Schramko suggests keeping them within a strategic viewing time range. “Two to 12 minutes is ideal. Short modules get high retention,” he claims. People’s attention span naturally range from just two to ten minutes; audiences have a better chance of understanding and effectively utilizing information from training course s presented within such time frame.
This latest update reveals so much about how Schramko is able to yield at least one information product for his company every month. To learn more about how he makes the “4mat” format work, visit http://www.superfastbusiness.com for the full version of the update.
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