We are excited to announce that the Udemy Blog Contributors Program is now accepting submissions.
The Udemy Blog (https://blog.udemy.com/) is a marketing opportunity for published instructors with high quality courses. Our team will support you with the creation of content that helps you increase your visibility, grow your brand, and drive traffic and sales to your courses.
How it works:
In order to be considered for the program, you must meet the following requirements:
If you're interested in participating in this program, please fill out this form. We will reach out with more details if we think that you would be a good fit. Looking forward to collaborating with you!
This sounds awesome!
Great idea. I dropped an application as well. Looking forward to it.
I sent in an application several weeks ago.
Hi @ChrisBankes120, we received a high volume of applications, and due to the overwhelming interest this resulted in delayed response, but we will definitely be replying to everyone as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience! 🙂
All fine - thank you!
Wow, this is very good. The best of moderator give info Udemy news.
Very cool opportunity. I just filed my application
I have just submitted my application.
It would be nice to know more about how you run your blog (e.g. does Udemy send email updates to students who opt into receiving desired topics, do you ever post the content on your main site, etc.).
I've had a reply about the blog - this may be useful to everyone:
"Thank you for your interest in participating in the Udemy Blog Contributors Program! We are currently not creating content that would be a match for your course portfolio, but we will keep your profile in mind should we expand our content needs."
My course portfolio includes courses on:
Death, Grief and Healing
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