Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

I see you haven't published a course yet. 

View solution in original post

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Yes, I am working on it, the course is about motion graphics and video editing. I have a question, please, do you think creating training courses is worth the effort ?

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

It is a marathon, in the long run it can be helpful. But, only one course is not enough. You'll need to publish more than one courses if you want this income stream to become a part of your income portfolio mix. 

I believe the barrier of entry is lower for developing countries like Pakistan, we don't need a lot of equipment and our expenditures are lower as compared to U.S based instructors. 

You can call me on Whatsapp sometime if you need more information, I'll share my number if need be. 

Reply
Loading...

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution
Thnks sir, I sent you a message on facebook
Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Of course, sure. I'll check it when I get back to my laptop, have forgotten FB password and the Messenger app on phone is not working right now. 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

How can i become a instructor. I'm unable to find where can i post my articles and videos. 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution
 
Dear PhilEbiner 
Really surprise to have a link with you. I thank God for these happenings. My Sincere thanks to Udemy for creating such an arena with studio, Instructor and millions of students.
Best wishes to You and your family including cute twins.
After hard work and with basic experience in Ms-office, I alone create a course titled "Vedic Maths: Fastest Mental Calculation Techniques ". No review yet. 
Please guide me. No other income till now
Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hi, it is so impressive. As in your chart, the second top source of revenue comes from ad program. May you recommend me which ad program do you use? Thanks

 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hello Phil, how can we talk in person about your offer? 

View solution in original post

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

I have 20+ published courses, is there a way to talk in person? 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hey Phil,

This Rawan Darwish over here. 

I just started on Udemy, and my question to you is: What is the best Software to Build and Create Online Courses?

 

Thank yij for offering to help. 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hey buddy, Cool video! I'd like to know some of the best ways you have used to drive traffic to your courses?

 

Thanks 

Andreas

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution
Amazing job Phil... I'm really impressed! I hope I can make my first $1.5 Smiley Happy

View solution in original post

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hi Phil, 


Please recommend the specifications of a PC for course creation in 2020. 

 

Regards,

Naeem Malik. 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hey Phil,

Thanks for sharing your experience. It really is something.

 

i just have a few questions i want to ask. I posted it in the First Curse Creation Section but no one answered. May be because no one knew the answers.

 

Q1. I want to know whether having two accounts in Udemy is allowed or not. I have an individual account but then I decided to involve my friend as well to teach with me. so I created another joint account because I did not want to publish his courses in my account. is it legal?

I see other instructors do it like Mr. Schwarzmüller  who has an Academind account and a personal account.

 

Q2. this question relates to the first question. Let's say I create and complete a course and I want to share it in both of my accounts. what I mean is, in the course landing page for some instructors like again Mr. Schwarzmüller's JS course, it says "Created by Academind by Maximilian SchwarzmüllerMaximilian Schwarzmüller". it is available in Academind by Maximilian Schwarzmüller account as well as Maximilian Schwarzmüller account. now back to my question, how is something like this possible? I have not published any course yet but I am curious, is it possible when publishing the course (during the process in Udemy) or the course has to be uploaded twice, separately for each account?

 

Q3. This question relates to the previous one. this question has two parts. Part 1: If the situation in q2 is accomplished and let's say it is the first course for both of the accounts, then would Udemy ask for Tax information from both of the accounts or only one of them? they belong to one person in the end. Part Two: In case Udemy asks both of the accounts to provide tax info, and because those accounts and the course belongs to one person, then the tax info is going to be the same, would this create a problem according to Udemy's regulations?

 

Q4. Again this is related to the previous one. if everything goes well and a course is shared between two accounts (there are two accounts as authors which basically is one person), then will the income be shared between the accounts or not? If shared, then what is the ratio? I just want to see the whole picture.

 

Any help is appreciated. 

Thanks in advance.

 

Muslim Helalee

Love From Afghanistan

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hey Phil! I really appreciate your success on Udemy. and I have been motivated right now from you. I believe you are a nice guy. have a great day with your family(especially Twins)

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hello,My name is Panos Hadjigeorgiou.I am a personal trainer coach,am trying to create my first video on udemy.I want your help....What video editing do you recommend to me.I thinking to make one big video about 30 minutes and then small videos for the explanations of every exercise and the to combine them together.Or is better to write them in a slite before every exercise?


@PhilEbiner wrote:

(view in My Videos)

 

Hi, 

I'm Phil Ebiner. I'm a long-time Udemy instructor - been here since 2012. And I'm excited to be a part of this community. Please feel free to ask me any questions!

 

Since 2012, I've made over $1.5 million from Udemy. And I don't say that to brag, but to show you what a normal guy like me can do... someone who started like many of you without an audience, experience teaching, experience selling, email list, website... nothing.

 

It has taken a lot of hard work and time to do this, but I believe you can achieve your goals if you have the right mindset and put in the right amount of effort!

 

Screen Shot 2019-02-05 at 10.41.53 AM.png

I love Udemy, and hope to help you out on this amazing platform!

Cheers,

Phil


 

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

Hello,My name is Panos Hadjigeorgiou.I am a personal trainer coach,am trying to create my first video on udemy.I want your help....What video editing do you recommend to me.I thinking to make one big video about 30 minutes and then small videos for the explanations of every exercise and the to combine them together.Or is better to write them in a slite before every exercise?

View solution in original post

Reply
Loading...
Highlighted

Re: Ask Me Anything - Phil Ebiner, long-time instructor

Go to solution

That's very inspiring and encouraging too Phil. What would be your 3 vital tips to a person like me who has just started on Udemy?

Reply
Loading...
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Welcome & Introductions
Create a video to introduce yourself and watch other videos from instructors to get to know them. We recommend including your name, what you teach, and what you hope to learn in your video.
Top Liked Authors