Hi @knihT , welcome to the community!
Since Udemy is a platform where students learn at their own pace, it is normal for students to wait until they have time to start the course.
For example, it's common for students to enroll in free courses and courses offered during promotional campaigns who do not start the course immediately. Student engagement will likely increase over time. With the Student Satisfaction Analytics instructors can see where students are dropping off in lectures.
Hope this helps!
It's normal if these 300 enrollments were due to your course being free or from coupons offering the course for free. When a course is offered for free, everybody under the sun seems to sign up, whether or not they really have any interest in the topic.
It's been my experience that most people who acquire a course for free never even start the course. I have no idea why this is. Maybe it's because people just like acquiring free courses.
one way we could change this is to make the platform more competitive to students by making a module similar to the Student satisfacory Analitics availible to them and the could see their progression and and want to complete it sooner and get the best badges availible.
please check my new post about an idea that may fix this, and make the students more competitive.
With over 300 enrollments in 2 days, there is 0 engagement. 0 minutes taught.
Is this normal?