These 13 (we thought this number appropriate considering the current global situation) Udemy courses provide some inspiration and ideas for how to optimize all those hours you might be spending indoors for the foreseeable future due to COVID19.
Teachinguide Update – November 2018
Teachinguide is live now for about 2 months. Since then we made massive changes and additions for online instructors and aspiring instructors in our web app.
Here is an overview of the biggest updates in October and November so far
- Added a 7 days free trial
- Reduced pricing further to make TG available for even part-timers
- Changes in Subcategory Ranking are now easy to see
- Changes in Keyword Ranking are also now easy to see
Find out which courses and instructors were the winners and losers of Udemy’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Cyber Week came and went quickly. So quickly that perhaps you haven’t had time to full appreciate the impact on your course sales.
Curious about how other online instructors fared with Udemy’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales? The great thing about Teachinguide’s database is that this is the kind of insights you can generate about your competitors using the data and search functions. For now, we’ve done the analysis of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Here’s a summary.
There’s over 130,000 courses on Udemy marketplace, but only about 3,500 courses on Udemy for Business. Ever wonder what that’s all about? Maybe you aspire to get your course listed on Udemy for Business? How do you get to be one of the chosen few?
In this article we take a look at what Udemy for Business is and how it’s evolving. In light of this, we look at what it takes to get listed in Udemy for Business and what you can expect.
Skillshare is the most comparable online course marketplace to Udemy. Both platforms market your online course to the masses and pay instructors a course revenue share monthly. That’s about all the similarities in the Udemy vs. Skillshare comparison, really. They are pretty different platforms.
So, let’s say you are a new instructor and trying to decide which is best to start with. Or, perhaps you are already creating courses on one platform and considering hopping to the other. What would the impact be on your online course business and the way you go about it?
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:
With tips for how to incorporate them into your online courses
The Online Learning Industry Evolution
Online learning platforms come in several forms – MOOCs, online universities, corporate elearning, K12 education, learning management systems like Teachable, and of course, Udemy and similar platforms such as Skillshare.
The online learning industry is clearly here to stay – and growing still. Estimates vary as to how big the online industry will become over the next few years, but they generally range from $200– $300 billion.
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.
Udemy 2019 News Update
As we move into the last month of 2019 we’re bringing you a round up of the most significant Udemy news for the year. So what has the world’s largest online course marketplace been up to in 2019?