They say everyone is good at something, I say why not get paid for it at the same time? Let’s face it, not everyone is lucky enough to have there talent/hobby/passion also be their job, but that doesn’t have to mean you can’t get rewarded for doing it anyway. With GoToTraining you can hold online classes for up to 200 people, where you teach others what you know about your special skill or talent and charge them for it.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with GoToTraining you can find it’s features page here. The RevStream feature ties into PayPal, so once you’ve set up your PayPal account you can start charging students that attend your classes. Sounds pretty simple right? Well while “If you build it they will come” worked for Kevin Costner, odds are you are going to need to work a little harder, even if you are teaching the secrets of the Universe. This is where the getting social part comes in and GoToTraining is about to add some new features that will make it easy!
Tweeting Registration Links : GoToTraining organizers can now tweet registration links via Twitter.
The “Invite” button on the Manage Trainings page has been changed to a “Share” button. When organizers click the “Share” button, in addition to seeing an option to email the registration URL and copy the training information, you will now see options to Post to Twitter and Facebook.
For Twitter, click the Share button and select Post to Twitter. If you are not already logged into Twitter, you will be prompted to log in. Once logged in, you will see the “Share a link on Twitter” page. The training Title will be added to the default post (highlighted in blue) along with the shortened registration URL. Once you click Tweet, the post will be added to your Twitter page. Posting Registration Links to Facebook: GoToTraining Organizers can now share registration links via Facebook.
From the Manage Trainings page, click the Share button and select Post to Facebook to share registration links via Facebook. If you are not already logged into Facebook, you will be prompted to log in. Once logged in, you will see the “Post to Your Wall” page.
The training title, description and session date(s)/time(s) will be added to the default post. Once you click Publish, the post will be added to your Facebook page. They hyperlinks in the post, along with the “Register” link will take you to the Registration page for the session.
If you do this I’d love to hear how it goes so please come back and leave a comment. Good luck with your new venture!