05-22-2021 02:07 PM
My courses are for new entrepreneurs as well as people who have ambitious plans and little or no business education. After several fast growing companies of my own, which were each a hair-raising experience, I'd like to make it easier for others.
I'd love to hear about best practices for spreading the word about my new courses. They are a lifelong accumulation of content. I am not 20 anymore, so I have many miles beneath my skis, so to speak!
Please do share!
Frumi aka Dr. Frumi
05-22-2021 03:02 PM
Congratulations, @FrumiRachel802 , 6 courses at once is a strong start! I recommend you to check out this thread
if you haven't stumbled upon it already 🙂
Good luck with your courses!
05-23-2021 01:52 PM
Thanks - I appreciate the heads up. I hadn't found the article. This is the week to start marketing!
05-22-2021 05:29 PM
All the best, congrats.
05-23-2021 01:53 PM
Thanks for the encouragement!
05-29-2021 03:52 AM
Dear @FrumiRachel802 ,
My sincere congratulations on publishing the new courses! The first course is usually the hardest to create.
Please note that many instructors believe that 1-1.5-hour courses do not sell well on Udemy. If I were you, I would really combine those 6 courses in one long course. Of course it's hard to tell which way is better, but you may want to consider that option...
Cheers and good luck,
With kind regards,
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