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Hi instructors

 

Can I publish my paid courses antother palforms?

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Hi HarendraKeshawa;

Yes sure. But you can't publish it as free in other platforms.It violate Udemy policy.

So publish it with price in other platforms.

In addition base on my experiences:

Teachable is not good platform!Why?Because it hasn't any markrting tools at all.

 

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@RafiSaar,

 

Sorry for the late reply...

 

My big answer is: nope, I have no such concerns just as I have no concerns that I'm only getting 25% from Udemy ad or affililate sales.  I need sites to show me the money!!!  Whoever and whereever you are...

 

---Brian

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@HarendraKeshawa

 

Definitely.  And you should to the extent that doing so does not distract from your primary source of revenue; namely, Udemy.

 

I publish on:

 

Udemy

SkillShare

StackSkills/StackCommerce

iStock

LearnFly

Simpliv

Teachable

 

Again, focus on Udemy which is where the bulk of your revenue is likely to arrive.  Add more as you find spare time.

 

---Brian

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The big question is: won't you lose potential Udemy customers if they realize they can get the same course elsewhere for a flat monthly subscription fee (and you'll get less for it)?

 

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@RafiSaar,

 

Sorry for the late reply...

 

My big answer is: nope, I have no such concerns just as I have no concerns that I'm only getting 25% from Udemy ad or affililate sales.  I need sites to show me the money!!!  Whoever and whereever you are...

 

---Brian

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Hi HarendraKeshawa;

Yes sure. But you can't publish it as free in other platforms.It violate Udemy policy.

So publish it with price in other platforms.

In addition base on my experiences:

Teachable is not good platform!Why?Because it hasn't any markrting tools at all.

 

Regards;

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Thanks a lot for repliying me

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Hi @HarendraKeshawa 

 

Udemy does not own the rights to your courses. So you are welcome to post them on any platform you choose, including YouTube or your own site. As your fellow instructor mentioned, do not offer them for free elsewhere while charging for them on Udemy.

 

 

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Then how to publish it on YouTube? It’s totally free isn’t it ???

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Hi @HarendraKeshawa 

 

My apologies for the confusion! You can publish parts of your course on YouTube. It’s a great way to get students for your paid Udemy course!

 

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thanks maria


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Hi @HarendraKeshawa 

 

My apologies for the confusion! You can publish parts of your course on YouTube. It’s a great way to get students for your paid Udemy course!

 


 

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