Dear Jarrett, Congratulations on publishing your first course!:) While I don't have a specific marketing advice, let me share with you something that might help. I've met quite a few people who divide their projects into two categories: 1) "I want this to happen". And it is profitable. 2) "I want this to happen". It is not profitable. But I want to create this thing. If the projects in "1)" are so profitable, that they cover their own costs plus the costs of "2)" - then the whole economy is working. So projects from "1)" sponsor (fund) the projects from "2)". Why discuss this? Because it is quite possible that some very niche courses might not sell well (sell very slowly), simply because the audience is very small. But I hope that you will create the next courses anyway!! Even if the first few courses are not profitable straight away. Also, they might become profitable later - after a long period of time, when enough people enroll to cover all the costs to create the course. And by the way - the programming courses are not as easy to market as it seems. The competition is fierce - any popular topic is already covered in depth by best-selling instructors. So creating a niche course is really a good thing: small niche -> small competition -> larger market share. Another aspect is COVID-19 - unfortunately, some people study new language when they prepare to travel to the specific country. When travel is postponed to next year, some people might postpone the language learning (i.e., why learn today - I'll travel next year, so I'll forget anything... I better learn next year, right before I travel). Good news - even if this factor is affecting (maybe it's not), it will go away next year.:) All the best! With kind regards, Vlad.
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