In addition to my own website, my course is already on another B2B platform that offers subscription-based training to organizations. This is a private platform that does not require exclusivity. (I'm not talking about Skillsoft and similar which are publicly available for anyone to join). Our clients are primarily organizations so I put the course Udemy primarily to make it cheaply available for those people who do not have business backing to access it. However, if it ever gets more traction on the general site and is considered for selection to UFB (probably unlikely since it is new with very few reviews and is competing with well established courses) it would be a nice bonus. My question is, "does the fact that it is already on a different site preclude it from being included?" I ask this because the policy states "if your course is selected for inclusion, you will not begin to offer any equivalent on-demand content on any competitor site or platform other than your own". I will not begin. I think it is unlikely that businesses subscribing to UFB will also subscribe to similar services and vice versa. Therefore perhaps the competition is perhaps less about what individual courses are available on each site but rather between the platforms themselves. For example, cost, quality in general, set up, customer service etc.
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