Students at Harvard Business School have a new course called ‘You will not be caught’.
The course, which will launch in May, will teach students how to use social media to make money online, and the lessons have been designed by social media company SocialBlade.
It was founded by Harvard Business students, Ben Storrs and Emily Shaffer, who were looking for a way to monetize their college classes while at Harvard.
The course will teach about how to start your own business, how to develop a business from scratch, how best to use the social media platform to advertise and market your product, and how to attract and attract customers online.
It will also show you how to set up your own social media account, how you can monetize your website and other online services, and other important lessons.
In an interview with Forbes, the founders explained how they were able to get such a successful product out of their students.
“The students were really keen to learn about social media and what we could do to make it better, so they wanted to make sure that it was a viable and fun experience,” Shaffer said.
“This was one of those times where the students really liked what we were trying to do, so we decided to take it one step further and bring it to life.”
The course has been a hit with students and the course has since been accepted into the Business School, which has about 3,000 students.