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Here’s what we’re talking about this week at Teachable. VOLUME 13 | MARCH 2023 Stuck scrol

Here’s what we’re talking about this week at Teachable. [Blog]( [Features]( [Examples]( [teach:able —]( VOLUME 13 | MARCH 2023 Stuck scrolling? We can fix that. We’ve all found ourselves deep in a TikTok rabbit hole wondering where the time went. As a creator, it’s so easy to get sucked in looking for new ideas, or watching other people’s morning routines. But it can also sometimes leave you feeling a little guilty for “wasting time,” or like you can’t measure up to other creators. So what’s the solution? Sometimes it’s a social media detox. It might be scary to think about taking a break from social, but we’ve got some tips for how to do it in the best way for you. [Break the cycle]( Get the most out of Teachable’s flexible features when you upgrade to a paid plan—now for up to 25% off for your first year. Plus, you’ll get our Future of Business Bundle with over $1,900 in bonuses to help grow and scale your business. [Upgrade today]( Want a copyright notice drafted by a lawyer? We got you Protecting your content and courses is a valid concern for a lot of creators. Nobody wants to go through the work of creating their exclusive content just to have it ripped off by someone else. So we teamed up with the creators at [Blogging for New Bloggers]( and [Legals for Business Owners]( to offer you a downloadable copyright notice template. [Download it here]( Join us on Youtube! We support a little extra screen time—when it’s our content that is. Damon Dominique is escaping the chaos of algorithm changes Cashing in on courses is one thing, but staying authentic is another. A recent Vox article puts course creators under a microscope. But, in an industry where tips and schemes are a click (and credit card) away, we believe knowledge sharing leads to creative, engaging, and powerful content that can unlock transformational opportunities. And this is what helps our creators stand out in a sea of algorithms and buy-now buttons. Take Damon Dominique, for example. Damon is the French teacher you wish you had in high school. The travel YouTuber turned to online courses during the Covid-19 pandemic and since then he’s helped more than 5,000 students learn French. “For creators like Dominique, online courses are a welcome respite from the erratic and unpredictable nature of making content on internet platforms. ‘There’s a change in the algorithm every few months, and right now it’s all moving toward short-form video,’ he says.” Read more about Damon and Teachable in Vox. [Read more]( What we’re reading this week - [Congress is considering banning TikTok or forcing a sale after a hearing last week]( - [TikTok ban backup plan? ByteDance-owned Instagram rival Lemon8 hits the US App Store’s Top 10]( - [11 tips to take your ChatGPT prompts to the next level]( - [Yes, creators have to file taxes—here are some tips]( (Consult a tax professional!) - [TikTok announces updated community guidelines, including new rules around AI-generated content]( Tip of the week April begins this weekend, which for the business minded, means Q2 starts this weekend too. Think about a theme or intention you want to set for the next three months. Is it intention? Presence? Growth? Hustle? Whatever it is, write it down and three [short-term goals]( you have for the theme. Copyright @ 2023 Teachable, Inc. All Rights Reserved 470 Park Ave South New York, NY, 10016 US [Change Your Preferences]( [Unsubscribe]( or [Update Your Profile]( at any time. [Facebook]( [Twitter]( [Instagram]( [YouTube]( [Pinterest]( [LinkedIn](

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