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We’re starting the year strong with another major update to our WordPress LMS plugin, WP Courseware! As 2021 kicks off, we’re starting the year off with a bang with another major update to our WP Courseware WordPress LMS plugin. But before we give you the details, first… …THANK YOU! We receive hundreds of feature requests…

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S3 Media Maestro Version 4.0 WordPress Amazon S3 Video Player Plugin

Announcing a major update to our Amazon S3 media delivery and protection plugin for WordPress…S3 Media Maestro version 4.0 has arrived and brings functionality enhancements including multi-language closed captioning, video transcoding, and more! Day Hour Minute Second Do you deliver media or downloadable files to paying customers through a membership site, online course, or your…

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Introducing Memberships for WP Courseware 3

Now you can use WP Courseware as a single solution to deliver courses and premium membership content! Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve wrapped up development of version 4.7.0 of WP Courseware and it includes one of the most highly requested features of 2020… Memberships! In a nutshell, this functionality allows you to assign…

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Online Course Creation Mistakes

Creating an online course is a lot of work, taking hours and hours of content creation, course organization, and buildout time. After staring at your own course for so long, you may have neglected these 4 key areas. If you’ve already created one or more online courses and you read the intro header for this…

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You asked for it! Over the last several years, we’ve had several requests for the ability to add standardized e-learning content from other authoring tools to WP Courseware courses. And the wait is finally over! We’re excited to announce that WP Courseware now integrates with the Experience API (xAPI), also known as the Tin Can…

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Conversion Rate Optimization for Online Courses

If you’re not analyzing your course sales page’s conversion rate and continually optimizing it, you could be leaving serious money on the table. You’ve created your online course, navigated a successful launch, started executing on your marketing plan, and sales are beginning to roll in. If this is you…congratulations! But let me pose a question…

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