12-27-2022 07:45 PM
12-27-2022 09:55 PM
Brother I had no idea about business but I think your instruction strategy should be changed a bit. I think instead of slides if you look at all other instructors they show themselves looking presentable. Yes you can show your slides but explain it a bit by your presence. This will project your confidence. I think that's what the world demands, confidence. But I could be wrong.
01-03-2023 11:20 AM
Thank you for submitting your test video for review. Overall, I found the video to be well-structured and informative. Your teaching style is engaging.
The area for improvement could be the pacing of the video. At times, the video felt a bit rushed and I think it would be helpful to slow down and allow more time for explanations and examples. Try to use examples to illustrate your points. Additionally, I noticed that the audio quality was a bit low at times and it was a bit difficult to hear what you were saying.
There is background noise in the audio of your test video, it can be distracting and make it difficult for viewers to focus on the content of the video. Here are a few steps you can take to reduce or eliminate background noise in your audio:
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Overall, I think this is a strong test video and I believe you have the skills and knowledge to create a valuable course on Udemy. Keep up the good work!
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