Hi @MarkEmmanuel, I would fully agree with @Salil Dhawan and @Bella. I will definitely encourage you to add captions for several reasons as outlined below: With the mass usage of streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc, captions are considered a bare minimum requirement by most content consumers. Captions shows the seriousness of the instructor to serve your audience. This may not be a very big tick in the box, but it does positively add to how your audience looks at your course. As Bella mentioned, it is important for those who have hearing impairment. I have received emails from students thanking me to add captions and enabling them to complete their learning requirement. If you do not write a script, these captions can be made available as a written manuscript. You can use this to create eBooks and Audiobooks to be published on Amazon, Audible, etc. Hence, captions have multiple benefits. It may take time, but it is a one-time effort. And it does pay off in the long run. Hope this helps 🙂
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Hi @AhmedGaber,881 Welcome to the community, and congratulation on your new course! I would love to see what other instructors will respond, but for now... I'd like to share with you some of the best strategies for marketing your course to increase your sales and enrollments.
Below is a list of the most popular posts in the community on how to promote your course using social media platforms:
Which social media sites do you use to promote your courses?
Facebook vs Youtube by @LukePriddy
Using Social Media Wisely to Thrive by @SharonRamel
This marketing strategy did work out for me! by @MahaAtef
Facebook Group or Website by @RichardDeut752
How often do you promote your course in FB groups? by @MartinBelvi89
Hope this helps!
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