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The 3 Building Blocks of a Great Channel

The 3 Building Blocks of a Great Channel

As you grow your Skillshare channel, we encourage you to think about your long-term vision for teaching. In other words, what does your perfect channel look like? What subject do you want to be the expert on for Skillshare? You can build your successful channel by thoughtfully planning your classes, establishing your brand as a teacher, and marketing to your networks. Read on to learn about these three important building blocks for your Skillshare channel.

Your Guide To Getting Serious about Skillshare

Your Guide To Getting Serious about Skillshare

Has this ever happened to you? You're scrolling through Skillshare and wonder, "how did that class get over 1,000 enrollments?" Or you open up an email and think, "how did that class get featured in the trending section?" Or you're reading the blog and come across an interview with a teacher and ask, "how did they earn enough to quit their day job?"

Class Topics We'd Like to See in 2016

Class Topics We'd Like to See in 2016

Part of the beauty of teaching on Skillshare is that you’re truly empowered to teach any topic or skill about which you’re passionate. With over a million creative students on the platform eager to learn every day, the possibilities of what you can teach are limitless. With 2016 ahead of us, we thought it would be fun to take some time to brainstorm some of the class topics we’d love to see taught this year. Check them out, and remember: anyone can teach on Skillshare, and that includes you! 

Tricks of the Trade: Choosing Your Class Topic

Tricks of the Trade: Choosing Your Class Topic

All Skillshare classes are project-based, giving students the chance to practice their new skills and create something to share with the community. We recommend building a class topic around a class project that will inspire students to take your class and get them excited to create something.