I'm have a question about co-instructor revenue share. Can co-instructors create their own course coupons? If yes, do they keep 97% of their share of the revenue. For example, if the co-instrucor gets 50% of sales and brings in a student via a course coupong, does he/she get to keep 97% of the 50%?
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I don't think Udemy keeps track of which co-instructor created the coupon. No matter which of you made it, 97% of a course attributed to an instructor coupon will go toward the instructors, which will then be split up however you've agreed.
So, short answer: yes.
Hi @Ashebani, It will be split evenly between you and the instructor no matter who created the coupon, it will track the coupon name used, so a lot of times I will create a custom coupon name for me, so I can keep track of who is making more sales with coupons, me or the co-instructor (mostly as a fun game where everyone wins).
And yes, if it comes in as a coupon you should get 50 percent of 97 percent of the sale.
Yes, co-instructors can create coupons if given permission from the course settings. Since co-instructors share revenue it would work the same as other sales in the sense that each co-instructor would get the corresponding assigned revenue share percentage of the 97% earned from this instructor coupon sale (The coupon sale would not be given to a single instructor all at once, unless only 1 instructor has all the revenue share percentage assigned, which can happen).
You can find more detailed information about the revenue share here https://support.udemy.com/hc/en-us/articles/229605008-Instructor-Revenue-Share