I think you are putting the cart before the horse, so to speak. If you're that interested in specific demographics like that, why not just look at your competition and see what kind of demographics their students have. Or better yet, why not just create the course and then see who signs up for it. Focus on beating your competition, that's what matters. As I said before, people are always going to be interested in the topic, you don't have to go out and find your audience, despite what people keep saying.
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Ok, I wonder how many people are even aware that your audience and niche is already defined by the actual topic of your course..... am I wrong? I mean, if you've created an entire online course and still have absolutely no conception about the potential demographics of your audience, then that's kind of perplexing. Because, maybe just start with "demographics of people pursuing_____", and then just go from there.... I know common sense is kind of rare these days, and I'm certainly not qualified to lecture about common sense myself, (which is why I dont teach it as a course, right). But....... Yeah. It's kind of just common sense. And perhaps even more importantly, figuring out your "target audience" will have almost zero impact on the popularity of your course. There's a target audience browsing every topic imaginable on Udemy, folks. There's no topic that literally zero people are interested in, that's not the issue. There aren't people out there who are browsing Udemy who just haven't found your course because you never defined your target audience. That's ridiculous. The reason they didn't click on your course is competition. If the topic is high demand but there are also a ton of courses on the topic, then guess what? You can plug in marketing formulas and lose sleep over defining your audience until the sky comes crashing to the earth. It won't matter one bit. The simple fact is, you must create a better product than your competitors. The audience will find you (Just make sure you SEO optimize those keywords fam). But the audience won't just look at you. They'll look at your competition, they'll compare all of them and they'll seek out the one that they think gives them the best value for the lowest possible price. And if you face a ton of successful competition, then wasting your time over your audience who already knows what they're searching for regardless will doom your Udemy career. I know I'll likely get blasted for ruining the echo chamber, no offense. All of this is said with love and honesty. I genuinely want you to do well. And that requires dispelling illusions and being direct with the truth. Only good vibes from me, cheers.
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