Looking to teach Digital Marketing on Skillshare? This article is to help you get started and learn how to find success on the platform!
Want to make more money on YouTube? Before posting that tutorial on YouTube, consider teaching on Skillshare.
By now you’ve heard our many recommendations to use your referral link when marketing your class. But instead of just telling you the benefits of referring new students to Skillshare, we’re going to show you. Read on below to find out how some teachers have increased their revenue and their student following all thanks to marketing with their referral link.
Skillshare Teacher Bonnie Christine shares her tips on breaking class creators block and getting started on your next class! Read on for some inspirational words of advice.
You may feel discouraged from teaching a second class if your first class didn’t take off. But you may be surprised to know that many of our top teachers did not have instant success either. Read on for tips on growing your following overtime and making your next class even more successful than your last.
Starting January 1st, 2017, we're updating our payments model to compensate teachers based on the number of minutes watched by Premium students in their classes each month, rather than Premium enrollments.
How has teaching on Skillshare impacted your life? We want to hear your story. Our team will be collecting submissions and sharing the most inspirational stories in 2017!
Planning a Skillshare class? Use our new and improved Class Publishing Checklist to ensure you are on track to create a high-quality learning experience for students!
Teaching has unlocked new opportunities for many teachers in our community. We hope the teacher stories below inspire you to get started on your next class and get back into to the class creation hustle.
Whether you’re planning your first class or your fifth, it’s totally normal to feel nervous when hitting that publish button. To help you feel confident about your class, we caught up with five of our top teachers for some tips on their secrets to success on Skillshare!
Many people feel like they need to choose between pursuing creative passions and working in a job that provides security. But what if there was a way to use your creativity to make money in your spare time?
We know it can be difficult to constantly come up with new class ideas. Sometimes we just need a little inspiration to find the spark of a new idea. We’re here to help!
You wouldn’t give a gift unwrapped, would you? It’s no different when you publish your class on Skillshare! Don’t forget to wrap up your class with some eye-catching class merchandising to get it noticed. Small details like your cover image, class title, and class description can go a long way when potential students are browsing classes on Skillshare.
We picked five of our favorite Channels to jumpstart your inspiration and help you design the best channel you can.
See these 4 creative ways folks are using to share the skills they grew through their career and experience, showing that anyone can become a teacher without a teaching degree.
You can increase the number of referrals you drive to Skillshare by marketing your Channel. With your Channel Referral link, you can offer all of your classes, instead of just one class, for $0.99! When you can market all of your classes at once, the offer to sign up becomes much more appealing. And when you can tap into an audience that would benefit from all of your classes, you’re likely to see more enrollments and referrals from your marketing.
We reached out to a few of our up-and-coming teachers to find out how much teachers really make on Skillshare.
Through the internet, not only has learning become more accessible but teaching has too! Read this article to find out how to become an online teacher today.
We’re excited to announce that we have added a Teacher Stats Dashboard to all Skillshare teacher accounts. On the new dashboard, teachers can review each royalty and referral payment they have ever received from Skillshare, as well as their total earnings.
We’ve looked through what Skillshare, Teachable, Udemy, and Youtube have to offer, so you can pick the online learning platform that works best for you.