IMHO Reviews Updated Skillshare Review 2020
IMHO Reviews recently updated its Skillshare review and discussed a lot of exciting changes that are happening in the company in 2020.
Skillshare Update 2020
Skillshare already changed its interface, logo, and slogan. The new message - "Explore your creativity" - reflects the company's primary goal to encourage people to discover new abilities and new passions. According to IMHO Reviews, Skillshare will continue to grow very dynamically in 2020. A large number of new classes have already been added to the platform and the quality of courses has improved a lot. Some users also noted that the engagement between students and teachers has increased significantly. Skillshare remains one of the most popular educational platforms on the Internet that offers free and premium classes. Experts say that as demand for online classes grows, even more people will join the platform in 2020, especially considering its affordable prices. Skillshare offers access to thousands of high-quality premium classes for only $15 per month or $99 per year. In their article, IMHO Reviews also shared a link for a 2-month Skillshare free trial.
"We live in a world that is full of opportunities. However, we often forget to take advantage of them. Online education is one of those opportunities. I believe that continuous learning is the key to success. Sadly, most people today don't have time or money for that. And that is why platforms like Skillshare are so great. Taking online classes keeps your brain sharp and keeps you motivated. It also helps you learn new skills and improve the old ones. Plus, thanks to the "Groups" feature, you get to connect with other talented individuals and share your ideas with each other," - said Vitaliy, the owner of IMHO Reviews.
IMHO Reviews published its first Skillshare review article back in April 2018. Since then, the company has experienced significant growth. Among other things, the Skillshare team worked hard on improving customer service, the billing process, and the quality of classes. It is clear that Skillshare is thriving and evolving, becoming one of the best educational platforms, yet the prices for a Premium membership remain the same as before.
IMHO Reviews discussed other important topics in the review based on the user feedback they've received in their Skillshare YouTube video review. One of the issues they addressed was Skillshare's lack of accreditation. "Skillshare classes are not accredited. You don't get any certificate once you complete a class. What you do get is a practical skill. Moreover, if you take a class and create a project, you can showcase your work anywhere or even add it to your portfolio or a resume," - explained Vitaliy.
Another interesting topic that was brought up in the review is the Skillshare "Groups" feature. This is almost like social media for Skillshare members where they can connect with other creators, discuss interesting topics, improve skills, and ask questions. There are no ads, spam or any irrelevant information in "Groups" so that members can stay focused and work on their projects. IMHO Reviews also explained how Skillshare workshops work. What makes them different from regular Skillshare classes is that all students participate in them at the same time, have a more intensive learning experience, and receive a higher level of engagement from the teachers.
Lastly, IMHO Reviews revealed the most common question they get asked about Skillshare. "Almost every day someone asks us: "Is Skillshare a scam?". We addressed this issue so many times but since it is still a popular topic, we want to explain everything once again. This issue is common with companies that offer a free trial and here is why. People sign up for a 2-month free trial, but then forget to cancel their account before the end of the trial. It is no secret that the Skillshare refund policy states that you have 7 days after the charge has been processed to get a refund for an annual membership and no refunds for a monthly membership. So they get charged and blame the company even though it is obviously their own fault. They got to use the service for 2 months for free and could cancel their account anytime before the end of the trial to avoid being charged. But because they failed to do so, they call the company "Scam". However, most users are happy with Skillshare, and the company has a high rating," - stated Vitaliy.
More updates from IMHO Reviews: the company will continue to write powerful reviews for their readers in 2020. They are planning to review various new products and services that can help improve daily life and create new opportunities for people.