7.LinkedIn Courses (formerly Lynda.com)
LinkedIn Learning offers a wide variety of classes led by respected professionals from all over the world. The most useful feature of LinkedIn Learning is that it tailors its course recommendations to each individual user.
If you list “content marketing” as one of your skills on LinkedIn, you will be presented with recommendations for related courses, such as those that teach you to create a podcast or measure the effectiveness of your content marketing efforts.
Also, the suggestions you see will be affected by your role. Being a marketing writer, I am often advised to take up SEO, social media, and copywriting. Courses in programming and machine learning might be suggested to me if I were to pursue a career as a data scientist. The platform is free to use for the first month, and then starts at $39.99 per month.
More than four thousand self-paced professional development courses are available on Alison. There are certificate and degree programmes available here; you can pick the one that best suits your needs.
Selecting a learning path that incorporates multiple lessons and courses into a cohesive whole is one way to increase the difficulty of your curriculum while still providing you with a comprehensive education.
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9. The Meta Blueprint
Meta (formerly Facebook) is probably not unfamiliar to you at this point. What you might not know is that there are numerous certification and training options available on the platform.
If you’re a marketer looking to expand your business on Facebook, Meta Blueprint has both on-demand and live e-learning courses you can enrol in. While there is no cost for access to the course materials, there may be a fee of $99.50 to $150. Blueprint provides Facebook and Instagram instruction in a variety of languages.