It's now easier than ever to create and publish your online courses, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you are going to find it easy to get more enrollments, or make money off your content. Udemy User Joe Natoli experienced this first hand before he noticed a sudden spike in enrollments from an alternate source.
Joe, who is the owner and founder of GiveGoodUX has created two courses on the on the Udemy platform covering User Experience Design Fundamentals and UX & Web Design Master Course: Strategy, Design, Development. Although his courses were highly detailed and receiving great reviews on the platform, Joe's courses were not getting the exposure that he would have liked to have seen, until one day after an increase in enrollments it was revealed that there was a new leading source of traffic to his course pages, the Go1 Marketplace.
Since it's launch in June this year, the Go1 course marketplace has expanded to contain the largest collection of online course in the world, with in excess of 100,000 courses listed. The marketplace contains courses from a number of parters of Go1, as well as indexing some of the top content providers worldwide to allow users to find the best, and most relevant course to meet their needs.
Because Joe's course was listed in the Go1 course marketplace, it was then able to be discovered by an entirely new audience, as well as being promoted through regular Go1 marketing materials and category listings on the website.