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Good evening/morning everyone! I have been ready your post and it has answered many nerve wracking questions. However, I have I am not sure what I should do....

 

I wanted to know if I can email previous colleagues,  businesses,  schools, churches,  etc. that I know and invite them to my Udemy course? Is that a form of soliciting?

 

Also, I noticed that individuals have a separate YouTube page for their links. Is it recommended to do that, though you are wanting people to come to Udemy and purchase your courses?

 

Want to make sure I do this correctly and not get shut down or drown on my first attempt with Udemy. 

 

Thanks for your feedbac AND for hitting the LIKE button!!!!👍🏽😎

 

Lisseth

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Yes - of course you can invite people you know to your course. But - that scope will be very limited.

Which is why you see others having a social media presence. Get yourself up to speed on sales funnels and content marketing. 

You need to get in front of your potential students and build a community. Start a blog - Google #1 search engine. YouTube channel - #2 search engine. Publish a e-book on Amazon - #3 search engine. 

 

The biggest mistake I see new instructors making is having the build it and they will come mentality. If you build an on-line community your success will be much greater.

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Yes - of course you can invite people you know to your course. But - that scope will be very limited.

Which is why you see others having a social media presence. Get yourself up to speed on sales funnels and content marketing. 

You need to get in front of your potential students and build a community. Start a blog - Google #1 search engine. YouTube channel - #2 search engine. Publish a e-book on Amazon - #3 search engine. 

 

The biggest mistake I see new instructors making is having the build it and they will come mentality. If you build an on-line community your success will be much greater.

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Great idea LondonGlobal - the more traction you can get with potential real students when you launch the better. Well done for being proactive! 

Sharon Ramel
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