How many human senses exist? Right, there are six senses. When we talk about online teaching, instructors have to make do with only two senses: seeing and hearing. Today’s topic is about the hearing part and therefore your voice.
Teachinguide has compiled the results of its 2020 Udemy Instructor Survey, the 2nd of its kind. Our first Udemy instructor survey was done in 2019 and you can read about the results of that survey here.
We’d like to thank those Udemy instructors who took time to complete the survey. Your feedback will help us to improve our products and services.
Without further ado, we’ll get to the main findings of the survey.
The Value of Understanding Learning Science
The majority of Udemy course creators are not professionally trained course designers or certificated teachers. That’s both the opportunity and challenge of being a course creator and a student on the Udemy platform. Have an idea, a passion, an expertise? You can simply “teach” it on Udemy. Want to learn a new skill? You can simply “learn” it on Udemy.
In our 2019 online instructor survey responses, one of the biggest challenges cited by online teachers was the promotion of their online courses to increase sales. Many are left scratching their heads on how to market an online course. In this article, we present 7 straightforward things Udemy instructors should be doing to promote their online course on Udemy.
There are no fancy click funnel strategies here. Just a reminder of some basic but necessary steps to set the foundation for growing your course sales. These tips will focus specifically on the Udemy platform, but they can also be applied to marketing other online courses. Here we will teach you how to market your online course.
Udemy Instructors face significant headwinds. With tremendous opportunities come harsh challenges.
Creating and marketing courses for students on Udemy has become very competitive. Some things work, some don’t.
In our new study, we shed light on the most important trends, challenges, and best practices. So we need your help to be part of that quick study and tell us your perspective.
For your participation, you will receive the fully compiled results report and a new 30 days free trial for the Teachinguide Instructor subscription.
Our mission is to help Udemy Instructors. So, your feedback is important to us to make Teachinguide better.
Thank you so much!
We recently wrote an article about the impact of the COVID pandemic on Udemy course enrollment. In it, we highlighted several findings from a Udemy report on the first two months of course enrollment during the pandemic. As a reminder, Udemy found that the following increases:
Udemy Course Demand Has Exploded
We recently wrote about the huge uptick in enrollments in Udemy classes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic – consumer enrollments were up 425% in the first two months of the pandemic.
As a Udemy instructor, you might be considering jumping onto this trend by creating more courses. If so, it might be helpful to reconsider once more how to go about choosing a profitable Udemy course topic.
Students, working and non-working adults around the world have been at home now for over two months due to the COVID19 shelter in place orders. As a result of extended homestays, massive job cuts, and displaced college and high school students, the world has seen a major surge in online education over the last 2 months.
Teachinguide’s platform aims to provide online instructors with the tools they need to grow their online course audience and sales.
We’ve found that with over 57,000 Udemy instructors and over 100,000 Udemy courses (and growing), that, for instructors, it’s very difficult to get the information and insights you need to be competitive.
A Udemy Review – Is Udemy legit? Is Udemy worth it? Is Udemy a scam?
Elearners seek a Udemy review frequently. According to Ahrefs, these three questions are searched 2,600, 1,400 and 160 times a month, respectively. These numbers indicate that there’s a fair amount of doubt about the Udemy elearning platform.