12-31-2021 09:49 PM
I have an e-mail back from January 21st of 2015 from Lindsey Bonner from Udemy (yeah, all the back then) that reads: "Hi Max, Thanks for joining the Udemy Studio!". I thought it would be time now to actually do my part of joining the Udemy Studio.
I am from Sweden and I intended to start doing courses in the niche of Self-Improvement/-Help all the back in 2015. But as regular full-time work got in the way, it all got delayed. When I moved into a bigger apartment I really decided to get started but then the pandemic hit and everything that entailed.
As a New Year is here, I am now really serious as I do have a dedicated office room for filming and several courses written down with Lecture titles and bullet points and whatnot prepared for production and publishing.
I have a couple of questions though as I have not followed the Udemy Universe so much to know whether certain things are possible or not:
Those are the questions that I have as of now. I'll make sure to post new ones when I have them! 🙂
Happy New Year & Best regards,
Max "maxthemarketer" Karlstedt.
01-03-2022 08:21 AM
welcome back! It is always good to start the year with new goals! We are here to help!
about your questions:
1) yes, you can
2) No, we have not change the bonus lecture rules. Same rules apply for promoting courses in bonus lecture
3) I would suggest other instructors to post here their own personal experience for pricing
4) here are some links to the co-instructor's adding, but you are correct in your line of thought, you can apply a percentage for each co-instructor you add.
01-03-2022 08:59 AM - edited 01-03-2022 09:00 AM
I do not recommend wasting time on free courses. The students who come to Udemy are ready to spend money on education. The prices are affordable and the purchases are risk free due to 30 money back guarantee.
I also don't recommend giving massive free coupons to people you don't know/trust. I haven't done it myself and have not seen any good instructors doing that.
It's better to have 2 sales per day or week from engaged and committed students than a 1000 free students who don't ever touch your course.
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