@MeshachAkak339 Let me make a couple suggestions. Take a look at this post that lists a lot of really good posts with a lot of really good advice, all from experienced and successful instructors. There is no point in trying to repeat it all. Be careful who you take advice from here. https://community.udemy.com/t5/First-time-course-creation/Best-Instructor-Posts-of-All-Time-Course-Creation/m-p/28405#M2765. Second, the object of marketing is NOT to acquire a huge number of enrollments. When you offer free courses or widely distribute free coupons you can get many thousands of free enrollments that do little but boost your ego. The object is to SELL courses and gain revenue. Here is a clue: Reviews are from real students who paid money and are going through the course. Enrollments mean nothing. Experienced instructors who are in the business of selling courses, not giving them away, will have a ratio of reviews to students of around 3 to 1 or 4 to 1. Many of us have computed our actual earned revenue as about $11 per reviews. You can compute this on most instructors page. It may vary some depending on category, but not that much. For example, and I am NOT one of the top earners on Udemy, I am only a modestly successful instructor given the amount of time I have been on the platform, my revenue is right at $888K and I have 81k students. Exactly that ratio. Approach this a business , a career, develop your skills, become an expert, and focus on what meets your customers needs. If you can do that, you will succeed. But, again, go read all the good advice in the post I linked to above.
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