04-20-2022 10:23 AM
Hello! As you all know that I had launched my first course some days back. But, I didn't get student enrollments since I'm aware that these things tend to take time. Hence, I have now changed my course to FREE:) It will surely help people get accustomed to my teaching style, get to know about my future courses fairly well as well. I have made some changes in my course keeping into consideration the time durations for a free course. So, now anyone can join this course! so, Feel Free to do so!
You can check the course out on my profile and give your reviews as it is prove as a source of motivation for a young instructor like me. Also, My second course is soon going to be launched which i'll share with this great community!
04-20-2022 09:18 PM
Thanks for sharing! Many instructors choose to offer their courses for free to generate a following, capture reviews, and get feedback, then switch to a paid course at a later date. If you'd like to learn more about free courses, check out this article.
Wishing you the best of luck! If you need any resources or help with anything, let me know, I'd be glad to assist! 😊
04-20-2022 09:23 PM
@Bella Yes Ma'am. That was my intention. I was apprehensive but now getting a go signal from you, has put me at ease:) Now I am just hoping for the best and have already started getting enrollments
04-20-2022 10:54 PM - edited 04-21-2022 09:19 PM
may I offer you some advice based on watching your promotional video?
- You should edit it more as we see you clicking away to begin the recording.
- Create an exciting picture to introduce your video rather than straight to you. Canva is free to use for example.
- You mention many examples of how you are going to make the course exciting - either bullet point this so it reinforces what you are saying or edit in some of the ways you are going to do this.
These few simple tips will create a more professional engaging promotional video.
Good luck with your endeavour - it is exciting to see young professionals here on Udemy
04-21-2022 05:09 AM
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