Hello, I'm reading this article https://www.udemy.com/instructor/resources/?page=audience and I have a question about it: "These programs allow Udemy to offer your course at a discount to current Udemy students, to affiliates, and to social media audiences via paid advertising. You can always opt-out of Udemy promotions and drive your own traffic to your course to keep 97% of the revenue (less a 3% payment processing fee, 4% in Japan).".
Does this mean that If I opt-in to Udemy's promotion program and I drive traffic through my link I will get 97%? Or if I'm opt-in I will always get 50%?
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I think this article answers the question: https://teach.udemy.com/marketing/make-the-most-of-coupons-and-referral-links/ - "And finally, when you use Udemy’s promotional tools to bring in a new student, you keep 97% of the revenue from the sale. Your promotion, your reward.".
But let someone else confirm it, please :D
Hi @devsmanship To clear things out there the 3 scenarios for our revenue share:
Your promotions: If students are enrolled in your course using your referral links, coupons. You will get 97% of the revenue of the total sale.
Organic sales: If students purchased the course with no instructor coupon, this happens when students browser your course from the course catalog. You get 50% and Udemy 50%
Paid User Acquisition Channel Sales: If students are enrolled through an affiliate link, instructors get 25% of the revenue.
You can learn more in this article Instructor Revenue Share.