Hi from the UK Guys!! I'm away on business (travelling at the time of the webinar) so will have to review later. My question however is around student scoring of the courses we have on Udemy. For me we have sold several thousand courses over the years, but the student score is only ever reflective of this current month's score submissions. Meaning that if we do get one or two individuals (rare but it does happen) who (for whatever reason, sometimes suspect) decide to give a course a low score - then the score ducks down to way below what it has been. This has a knock on effect that it then stops other new potential students buying for a while, as they deem the course to be no good (so kinda perpetuates the problem). For me what would make more sense all round for everyone... Udemy; the Student and the Creator, is if the course score was given a lifetime average. In this way, it's far more representative of what's available and thus more objective than just a couple of 'bum' scores posted in a month, that then drops the course rating down instantly. What thoughts has Udemy got on changing this for the better please? We are always willing to accommodate feedback and adjust as necessary by the way. But the current system is open to mis represent the true value of the courses we have on the platform and with little recourse back for us. Best wishes Tony Armstrong - CEO Exceed9 and BMD Global.
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