3 months ago I posted my course on Skillshare.
The Skillshare business model:
To see how well the course will sell organically, I did not do any promotion of the course myself.
Here are my results:
STUDENTS ENROLLED =
15 students "enrolled" into the course in 3 months.
The enrolled students watched 1,109 minutes of my video lectures, resulting in me earning a total of 29$.
29/1109=0,026 (2,5 cents per minute watched).
My course: "Ruby on Rails 6: Learn 25+ gems and build a Startup MVP 2020" (Target audience: Ruby on Rails developers that want to advance their knowledge).
The course on Skillshare: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/The-Intermediate-Ruby-on-Rails-6-Web-Development-Course-2020-Learn-25-gems-and-build-a-Startup-MVP/141468652?via=search-layout-grid
The course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/2519558/?referralCode=4721E9D437DEE1734159
LESSONS LEARNT =
=> If you are a course creator/educator - sell courses, not minutes watched!
=> If you are an entertainer/animator - sell minutes watched!