Creating your email based tutorial

I chance upon an archived blog of Abraham Olandres where he talked about creating a PHP+MySQL email tutorial where he cited what I've done as an example. Actually, I first learned of the idea from Shery's DailyWrites site. To date, I have three workshops online hosting it at GetResponse.com.

Creating an online workshop helps you generate a good database as well of targeted individuals who you have assurance of their interest in the subject.

Were you able to create an email based tutorial? How was the experience?

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  1. Hi Janet!

    Just happened here thru my PinoyBlog site.

    About the Email Tutorial, it went well but I didn't have that much clients (about 4 or 5) that time. Half of them I sent a CD to include the necessary softwares to install Apache & mySQL locally.

    I did have other email tutorials after that (PHP and web design related) and a few more custom ones as requested.

    I'm planning to do more actually when I have time. =)

    Cheers,
    Abe
    yugatech.com
    pinoyblog.com

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  2. Hi Abe. Not sure if I got you there. What happened to your PinoyBlog site?

    I agree with you that e-mail tutorials don't click that much well. That is the reason why I switched to the club concept (came the DigitalFilipino.com Club) and integrated my tutorials there. So far ok na rin siya but it can do better of course.

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  3. I'm always on the look out for something I can launch online. Just discovered Macromedia's Captivate and it basically captures your desktop screen and creates a demo for you. A really good e-Learning tool. We're now using it as a tutorial materials for all our hosting appliances.

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