Before you start creating your course content, it is important to dedicate some time to think about who your intended learners are.
A few simple questions can help you do this:
Having a good definition of your target audience will help you improve your marketing strategies, such as:
Learners are more engaged and motivated when courses are tailored to their specific interests. Keeping your audience in mind when creating your course will be essential to its success on Udemy.
For more guidance, learn more about how to define your audience in this article and
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How did you define your target audience? What are the advantages of doing this?
Thank you Bella, I thought long and hard about this point, before releasing my first course.
l tought what l gennarly teach to all beginner students who come to me to learn the Tabla drum, as l thought it is a good place to start as my next crouse will be learning a specific rhythm with all its developments. This rhythm is one of the most popular rhythms played in Indian music. I am about to release this part 2 course in December and hope that Tabla students enjoy it.
Hi @MendiSingh it is definitely an important part of the course creation process! Knowing who your students are and how to meet their needs and showcase the value of your course is key. Well done for taking your time to figure this out and best of luck with your new course in December! 😊
@Bella SPECIAL THANKS TO YUO (@BELLA) BECAUSE YOU SHARE GOOD SUPPORT TO MANY NEW PEOPLES OF THE UNITED UDEMY COMUNITY (UUC)......AND I HOPE SOME ONE WILL SUOON RELIKE MY POST .....BCZ MIEN ENANGLISSHE IST POIOOOR....
If there is no one who thinks clearly about these issues, then the course positioning submitted by him will be ambiguous. Without clear positioning, there will be no pain point, no corresponding demand, and no corresponding market. In fact, we should think about the '5 W' problems in the early stage of curriculum development