Popular online courses on sale for $10 or less

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$10 to learn something like coding or photography? That's basically a steal.
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Looking for a way to impress your boss without seeming like an ass kisser?

The Q2 lull is the perfect time to start leveling up your skills. And right now, we’re offering ten of the Mashable Shop’s most popular courses for $10 or less. 

You can buy ‘em all for $100, or half of ‘em for $50, or one for $10, or any other combination in there. It’s up to you.

Here’s what’s on sale:

1. Programming For Non-Programmers

Wanna learn some basic programming skills? Of course you do, there’s no more marketable job skill in this crazy, increasingly computer-run world. 31 lectures, all yours, $10.

2. Instagram Marketing Crash Course For Beginners

Learn all the ins-and-outs and whos-and-whats using Instagram to make money. Note: This is not a course on the Instagram marketing crash, it’s a crash course on Instagram marketing. That distinction is important. $10, right here.

3. Web Design: HTML & CSS For Rookies

Learn HTML and CSS and master the design and functionality of your website. This six-hour course will teach you how to craft animations and become an efficient and effective web developer, all for just $9 right here. (That’s even less than $10!)

4. 25+ Gmail Strategies – Hit Email Inbox Zero

Gmail isn’t just an email service, it can become a job, especially if you let it get out of hand. This crash course in managing the most popular email client in the world will help you clean up your email environment, organize your inbox, and even customize it to your liking. And you can do it all right now for just $8.

5. Adobe Photoshop CC: Your Complete Beginner’s Guide

You know Photoshop, but can you really use it? Even the pros have new tricks they can always learn, and these 59 lectures and six hours of content will meet you wherever you are in your Photoshop journey and help you grow. And the price? A cool $10.

6. One Month Growth Hacking

If you wanna get more stuff sold, you gotta grow your product. This class teaches you growth hacks using today’s most popular tools, like Facebook, Dropbox, Zynga, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and AppSumo. 83 lectures, 6 hours of content, $10.

7. Beginner to Advanced SEO Course for Startups, Businesses, and Bloggers

Search Engine Optimization is how you make sure search engines find your content. It’s not as easy as it sounds, since people aren’t likely to Google “Brian’s Awesome Business Idea.” These 140 lectures and six hours of content will help you figure out how to get Google to guide people to your stuff. And the price? $10.

8. Photography DSLR Skills

Snapping pictures is about more than just pushing a button. In manual mode, there’s a lot of technical know-how to slog through, and this course can teach you all about it. And check out the price: $10.

9. The Complete Google Analytics Course for Beginners

Running your own website means interpreting a lot of data. And for just a single Hamilton, this course will teach you everything you need to know. 20 lecture, 3.5 hours, only $10.

10. The Complete iOS 11 & Swift Developer Course: Build 20 Apps

Finally, your app-building dream can come true. Over the course of 249 lectures and 34 hours of content, you’ll learn Swift 4, iOS 11, ARKit, MLKit, MusicKit, and Depth Photo API. And how much will we charge you? You guessed it: $10.

Read more: https://mashable.com/2018/04/01/online-classes-discounts/

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