Udemy is undoubtedly is the largest video based e-learning provider right now. I have been teaching at Udemy for last three months and the amount of passive income it could generate is really awesome.
One of the problems I used have had over Udemy was that they don’t offer comprehensive categories. Sometimes you will see both software design courses and furniture design courses in the same “Design” category.
Starting from July 1, Udemy made some policy changes (most importantly the revenue share with the instructors when they drive the traffic to their courses) and well as complete work over on their current user interface.
As you can see in the image above the categories and sub categories are comprehensive right now. But as we know things always change, so Udemy might have to add / remove categories as time rolls. But as for now, they got almost all the categories covered.
At a first glance, a student can navigate and filter the courses he/she wanted to take instead of going through categories and playing with search box for hours and hours.
You will be amazed by the number of courses and students available at Udemy.
There are currently 17,000 Udemy courses, with 1,000 new courses added each month in ten languages. Udemy is home to more than three million students representing more than 190 countries.
This is exactly one of the reasons why I don’t want to spend more time with other e-learners and upload my courses at multiple places, though I get invitations once in a while from various upcoming e-learning platforms.
Next step for me would be to set-up a e-learning site based at jaymayu.com and provide my own WordPress based e-learning system. This way I can save the commission (up to 50%) taken by the Udemy or other e-learning platforms.
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