Company Information

    CourseStorm was founded on January 2016. The company is based in Orono, ME, USA . The number of employees in CourseStorm is less than 50. Impossibly simple course registration for lifelong learning organizations.

    Here is how CourseStorm describes itself: "Cloud-based class registration and marketing software that's both simple and powerful. Increase enrollments and save time with CourseStorm."
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          Funding & investors

          CourseStorm has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $1.9M.

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                        CourseStorm - Blog

                          • Publicity 101: How to Promote Your Class For Free

                          • When you think about ways to promote classes for free, you probably think of social media or blog posts. Both can be valuable channels for class promotion, but they’re not the only options available. Publicity in the form of local media coverage helps spread the word about your adult ed or enrichment courses. Members of the […]This article originally featured on the CourseStorm blog.CourseStorm148 Main StOrono, ME 04473https://goo.gl/maps/6sK2RsQE9du
                          • CourseStorm Welcomes Nic Lyons and Tricia Cooke

                          • It’s been a busy time at CourseStorm, and we’re glad to finally have the time to formally welcome Marketing Manager Nicole Lyons and Sales Account Representative Tricia Cooke to the CourseStorm team!  “Our strength at CourseStorm has always come from the strength of our team. As the company continues to expand, we are always on the […]This article originally featured on the CourseStorm blog.CourseStorm148 Main StOrono, ME 04473https://goo.gl/maps/6sK2RsQE9du
                          • Keep Students Coming Back: Quick Tips on Student Retention

                          • Keeping the students you have is easier than attracting new ones. They already trust you and they know how interesting or valuable your classes can be. But easier isn’t the same as effortless. Ensuring that your current students keep enrolling takes effort and planning. It all boils down to giving students a positive experience from […]This article originally featured on the CourseStorm blog.CourseStorm148 Main StOrono, ME 04473https://goo.gl/maps/6sK2RsQE9du
                          • Promote a New Class: 6 Parts Every Press Release Needs

                          • A press release is a powerful way to promote a new class. You might think that they’re old-fashioned, but writing a press release is still a good way to organize the information you want to share with the press. A well-written press release can grab the attention of journalists and editors. Plus, they’ll be more […]This article originally featured on the CourseStorm blog.CourseStorm148 Main StOrono, ME 04473https://goo.gl/maps/6sK2RsQE9du
                          • How Education Programs Validate New Courses With Google Trends

                          • Whether you’re offering online classes or in-person workshops, you know the best way to maximize enrollments is to offer the right classes at the right time. That’s easier said than done. It can be hard to uncover what students are looking for. Of course, you could survey your existing students, but that won’t necessarily help […]This article originally featured on the CourseStorm blog.CourseStorm148 Main StOrono, ME 04473https://goo.gl/maps/6sK2RsQE9du
                          • How a Free Course Can Pay Off for Your Programs

                          • Giving away classes for free may seem counterintuitive. After all, it costs money to bring in instructors, develop a curriculum, provide supplies, and set up spaces where students can learn. Unless you’re running a non-profit (and often even if you are) it might seem like you can’t afford to offer free classes. Then again, maybe […]This article originally featured on the CourseStorm blog.CourseStorm148 Main StOrono, ME 04473https://goo.gl/maps/6sK2RsQE9du

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