Lately, I have heard a few "guru" types mentioning that people no longer like drip fed content as far as them being a part of your email list/ email course that they pay for. They are saying a 6 wk e-course, for example, should not be drip fed over the 6 weeks. Just give it to them all at once (likely in a download page or member area of website).
I kinda liked the idea of drip feeding the parts, because people can't learn it all at once anyway. However, I am sure there are pros and cons to both sides of this.
I was looking forward to putting together something to drip feed to customers. But now I am second guessing. Maybe that shipped has sailed and people won't by a drip fed e-course (they would probably still take it for free though).
Maybe I have just been listening to too much hype and negativity lately.
Anyway, would like to hear some constructive suggestions.
Can anyone shed some light on this subject as it stands today? Is it a good idea to drip feed an e-course, or not? Are there still proven niches/ business models for this?
Actually, it is pretty well known that other types of online delivery-such as membership sites (rather than delivering through email). I could take this route I suppose.
Still, I am weighing my options.
So, I would love to hear what's working now from some people who are actually doing it.
Looking forward to the feedback.