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We want to help you make more and better courses, so we’ve compiled a list of the best discussions about course creation for folks to read. We hope these conversations and tips help answer the most frequent questions about creating an online course and guide you through your Udemy instructor journey.
If you find that a topic is missing, or you spot a conversation that should be on this list, leave a comment with the link below and we’ll check it out!
How do I plan and build out my course?
My Course Creation Workflow by @Hypnodan
A Few Tips to Get You Started by @SharonRamel
Course Planning Process by @CharlesCorn
The importance of topic selection by @FrankKane
Lecture Effectiveness - The Research by @LawrenceMMiller
Tips on scripting your video! by @SharonRamel
Course Creation Blockages - AKA PROCRASTINATION by @DeniseFletcher
How long does it take to create a course? by @LondonAppDev
How to stay motivated during course creation procedure? by @MalayaBiswal
Lessons learned over the years by @Maged-Koshty
Mastering the Udemy Test Video: Tips and Tricks for Success by @AFROZULLA KHAN Z
How do I record my course? What equipment and programs should I use?
What should a first-time instructor invest in: audio or video? by @Robin_Slee
A/V best practices you should know when creating your first course by @JasonDion
What’s Your Set Up by @JulianJenki396
How to record my desktop? by @Robin_Slee
Drawing on a screen by @KalobTaulien
How I improved my green screen setup with some easy steps by @GregReverdiau
What I wear when filming a course by @FrankKane
How can I be more natural on camera?
A student said they didn’t like my delivery. What do I do? by @JasonDion
English courses by non native English speakers by @Maged-Koshty
Get Comfortable in Front of the Camera by @SharonRamel
How do I edit my course? What software should I use?
Picking video-editing software by @Hypnodan
What application do you use to edit videos? by @Marious
Help for Camtasia users by @MassimilianoAlf
How to get rid of environment noise when recording myself? by @SakjiMehdi359
What do you do to remove background noise by @AlexM
What materials can I use in my course?
A list of useful sources for instructors by @MassimilianoAlf
Where to Find the Best FREE and PAID Stock Photos (Video) by @LindsayMarsh
I finished making my course. Now what?
When do you consider a course “complete” and “ready to publish”? by @CarlosDeLeon
Plan Your course Marketing Before You Publish, Here are Proven Marketing Ideas by @LawrenceMMiller
How to gain potential students before you publish! by @AliciaPaz
I’ve published a Udemy course already, but how can I do it better? (Please note that some posts in this list are from our Published Instructor Club)
Four essential tips for increasing your chances of success on Udemy by @JasonDion
Time-saving tips for course creation! by @LindsayMarsh
Tips to create course faster by @ShubhiSaxena
What will determine the success of your course? by @LawrenceMMiller
What I learnt from creating online courses by @JasmineBayer
A huge thank you to all the folks who have shared their questions and experiences around online course creation! And a special shout out to @AlvaroChirou and @MassimilianoAlf for helping us curate this list.
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@JocelynH Thank you so much, what a great post. I will be keeping this handy for reference.
I am working my way through these great tips but I am denied access to the What I wear post by Frank Kane. Now I am more curious than ever! Can you help? I have a passion for fashion and must know what Frank wears, lol.
Hi, @Gypsywitch90 you might be trying to access a post that was published in the Published Instructor Club, a space for our published instructors.
@JocelynH , can you please make it available to all (or repost in public group), instead of only published instructors. Thank you.
thanks for sharing this. It's very helpful
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