This course is not sponsored by or affiliated with Udemy, Inc.
Are you a Udemy instructor? Well, so am I.
What do I teach?
I teach a number of subjects, but one of the subjects I specialize in, after having released 22 Udemy courses of my own, is how to create and sell Udemy courses.
This course falls on side of how to sell Udemy courses.
Mind if I ask you a few simple questions, instructor to instructor?
If you can't answer these questions, then you need my help...
This is a short course about how to use two Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets/Workbooks I've developed to analyze your Udemy course revenue and reviews.
I made each workbook simple and easy to use by including the following worksheets:
For each of two downloadable workbooks, revenue and reviews, I provide the following guidance:
Bonus Lecture I: The revenue tracking spreadsheet even includes an extension that I added after recording the original lectures.
Bonus Lecture II: I've added an additional worksheet that you can use to track course times as you record them and project the finished length.
So, what do you say?
Got a few bucks to begin learning how to analyze your Udemy revenue and review data?
In other words...
Would you like to begin to take control of your Udemy revenue and reviews?
Remember, measure it before, during and after trying to improve it.
Why not give my spreadsheets a shot at your Udemy data and see what they can show you?
I'll see you in the classroom,
In this lecture I will present an overview of the information addressed in this course..
In this lecture I'll provide an overview of the Udemy Instructor Revenue Analysis Workbook.
In this lecture we'll follow the instructions contained in the Udemy Instructor Revenue Analysis Workbook to replace the sample data with your data downloaded from Udemy.
In this lecture I provide a detailed examination of the internal workings of the revenue analysis workbook.
No sooner do I release a spreadsheet then I come up with extensions. Enjoy the additional columns of information. See the attached resource for the updated spreadsheet.
In this lecture I'll provide an overview of the Udemy Instructor Review Analysis Workbook.
In this lecture we'll follow the instructions contained in the Udemy Instructor Review Analysis Workbook to replace the sample data with your data downloaded from Udemy.
In this lecture I provide a detailed examination of the internal workings of the review analysis workbook.
A simple example of using an Excel worksheet to track and project course in progress information.
In this lecture I'll present my final thoughts on the workbook and recommend further courses of action.
Born in Los Angeles, California, in the middle of the last century, I have always wanted to be a writer. After twenty-five some odd years spent working in the computer industry in the heart of the Silicon Valley, first for Lockheed as a Systems Programmer and later for Cisco Systems as a test tool developer, I managed to retire early and begin my next career as a self-published author.
Along with writing and publishing my own novels I also publish the works of my wife, Melanie Jackson. During the past four years I’ve published well over 100 books in paperback and eBook formats. Oddly enough this includes eBooks on how to self-publish books and how to create professional looking book covers using the GIMP. I’ve also recorded and distributed a pair of audiobooks available for purchase on Amazon and Audible. Finally, I spend a portion of my time maintaining both my website and my wife’s website, which was developed using WordPress.
My latest endeavor, begun in July of 2014, is to record training courses for distribution via Udemy. My goal is to provide low cost high quality screen cast based educational material focusing on my area of expertise; namely, self-publishing and book cover design using the GIMP. As time permits, I plan to expand my catalog to cover Web page development and Udemy course preparation.
I currently live in the beautiful California wine country with my lovely wife, published author Melanie Jackson, and Butterscotch the cat.