It would be great if someone can give me an explanation for the question.
I had better sales in 2020 compared to 2021, even though I believe that I did more work in 2021 so I find it difficult to understand the reason.
Therefore my concern is how to get better than these two years.
I hope that you understand my issue.
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@ariyam66 I will give you my advice, however, it is sensitive because the only feedback that is useful is absolutely honest feedback. Sometimes this is taken as insulting. I do not mean it to be insulting, but to be helpful. So, since you asked....
1. What is your expertise? You have produced 39 courses, most about only one hour in length, on very different topics. Some are on starting a business, some on bookkeeping, some on psychology/self-improvement. You are not expert on every subject and you cannot build a brand unless you clearly define your area of expertise and then focus on that area.
2. Students buy and rate courses based on the value that they feel they are receiving. Why do you have a one hour course on cryptocurrency? For the exact same price today there is a 12.5 hour course by Steve Ballenger that is a best seller and is rated 4.6. Why would I choose your course instead? Looking at all your other topics it is obvious that you are NOT expert in this subject.
3. Choose one subject that represents your true expertise (it is not cryptocurrency) and create a complete course of 4+ hours. Work hard at it!!!! Spend several months trying to make it the best course on that one subject, a subject in which you have demonstrable expertise.
4. I can't look at many of your courses so I am looking at one and these comments are based on that one, the first one that appears on your page, Stay At home & Start a business.
I think that is enough. Good luck.
Very much true.. I joined udemy in mid April this year.. with one course on board. I started working on 4 other courses.. in fact I have few videos ready.. just started and stopped them all.. as my objective changed from having N no. Of courses to having One course which gets revised, updated every month and until I feel it's truly standing out. Revenue has been considerably Great with month on month improvements, my course is within top 5 earning courses in respective category which has 1000+ courses 🙂
@ariyam66 The sales this month are almost identical to the two previous months. I have more than six thousand enrollments this month and I am not one of the best selling instructors.
Udemy is not the problem. If you are having no sales you have to face the reality of your own courses, your own performance, not Udemy's.
@RajGupta You are welcome to your own opinion. The idea that a decent course can be rated 3.5 for a period of time is not relevant to this situation.
My point is that the OP said " I think it is not worth expecting anything from Udemy" because her courses are not selling. She said she has had no sales this month. My data says that Udemy is not the problem. Sales are relatively normal this month. So blaming Udemy is not useful. It is useful to look at your own courses and think about why they are not selling in a marketplace that is functioning normally.