How to Increase Your Course Completion Rate to Up To 96% with Dr. Carrie Rose

About this webinar (35 min)

Dr. Carrie Rose is the CEO of Of Course, the bestselling author of The Completed Course, and a Thinkific expert who is best known for her innovative teaching strategies and methodology. In this webinar, Melissa Kwan, CEO and cofounder of eWebinar, asks Carrie to share the secrets of how course creators can increase their course completion rates (that have an industry average of only 3% - 5%) to as high as 96%!

What you'll learn

During their conversation, Carrie shares:
  • Her remarkable story of how she became obsessed with improving the way people learn online
  • 5 key tips for increasing your course completion rates that you can start putting in place today
  • How to effectively offer a suite of products so you can keep clients in your orbit and increase your sales
  • Her thoughts on the Thinkific App Store and why you should take advantage of the apps in it today!
Register now and learn how to get access to a special automated webinar template created exclusively for eWebinar by Thinkific designed to help you supercharge your online course sales and put them on autopilot 24/7.
Your Presenters
Melissa Kwan
Cofounder & CEO
eWebinar
eWebinar is a solution I wish existed when I was growing my previous tech company. Signing up new customers was always fun, but it didn't take long before I was drowning in repetitive training and onboarding webinars every day. After that company was acquired, I decided to solve the pain of of doing the same webinar over and over again. Our mission is to help give people back their time, and I'm excited for you to give eWebinar a try.
Dr. Carrie Rose
Cofounder
Ofcourse
Dr. Carrie Rose is a #1 Best Selling Author, Educator, Entrepreneur, and Keynote Speaker. She holds an Ed.D in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida, wrote her doctoral dissertation on Professional Development, and is best known for her innovative teaching strategies and methodology. Her current research is in course completion rates and connecting online course development with The Science of Learning.