Hello I published my first course on udemy. I have explained few concepts of image processing along with its implementation using Matlab. I have written the code line by line in the video, simultaneously i have explained each command. One student enrolled the course, but he gave me 1 star. Where I genuinely feel the course is not bad. Can anyone please explain me why this happened then? Please do leave a reply.
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I think your course is decent in terms of content, it happens a lot when people just don't appreciate you amd your efforts and every instructor has to go through this, it doesn't mean there's a problem with your course.
Just keep hustling
All the best and don't let you down you are doing great🙌🏻
And also how much time it has been since you i uploaded your course ?
If u need any help for increasing your audience i will be glad to be of help
So @PragatiSuni103 you should firstly make coupons for promotion of 31 days to increase your audience okay and if u don't know how to do that just let me know.
And Secondly change the Title and image to be more attractive, you can use. Title such as Become great at using Matlab or such words in the Title .
You also have a single point in What you'll learn tab so add atleast 4 points to what people can learn out of it
Your Most Welcome 😊
HI @PragatiSuni103 As i have told you about the Course Promotion Coupon to attract more audiece.
You can create A Coupon of free Enrollment for a month on
The Course Promotion tab when u edit the course.
It will help build your audience.
If you want further assistance, you can always ask.
@PragatiSuni103 for audio editing Audacity tool is great. try to use it if you have any query about that tool feel free to ask. my first course in about to complete so I'll submit my course for review process very soon and parallel my second course is also near about ready for the review process submission. i am damn sure Audacity will help you to improve the audio quality.
Hi PragatiSuni103, don't worry about anything.
I can tell you, that it is not your course, but udemy's 30 day refund policy that makes this happen.
If a person buys this course, only with the intention of getting it free, then they will, buy the course, learn everything that you have to offer, and then ask for refund (and while doing that, they have to fill feedback, and that obviously would be a 1 star only so as to make their refund easier).
Don't be discouraged, just keep doing what you are doing and all the best.