We’re excited to announce a change to which categories we present within the Browse section of the site, making it easier than ever for students to explore and find classes they love.
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.
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.
As you grow your Skillshare channel, we encourage you to think about your long-term vision for teaching. In other words, what does your perfect channel look like? What subject do you want to be the expert on for Skillshare? You can build your successful channel by thoughtfully planning your classes, establishing your brand as a teacher, and marketing to your networks. Read on to learn about these three important building blocks for your Skillshare channel.
We always want your creativity to shine in your Skillshare class -- and that’s especially true for a culinary class. We encourage you to experiment with new ways to teach your favorite recipes and cooking methods. But we also want to make sure you have a good foundation to work from. After watching countless Skillshare culinary classes, we’ve compiled a few helpful tips to make sure you teach the best class you can.
By now you’ve heard how important it is to promote your Skillshare class, but we want to make sure you know the best way to do so. There are a few built-in marketing tools that make it easier for you to share your class, but there’s one in particular that has the most bang for the buck (literally): your class referral link.
You don’t need to be a Food Network star to show off your coveted recipes. You can create your very own cooking channel here on Skillshare. With a few inexpensive tools and a handful of filming best practices, you can create your own series of culinary classes for our millions of students. Let’s get cooking!
Success doesn’t happen overnight and it can be stalled by a number of avoidable mistakes.
We've seen new teachers struggle to gain traction when they forget to take a few simple steps before and after publishing. Let's talk through 5 of the most common mistakes, so that you can avoid them and be well on your way to Skillshare success!
Teachers are always surprised by how easy it is to record high-quality classes at home without breaking the bank. Whether you’re planning on filming a screencast-based class with a quick talking head intro, or an entire class where you’ll show your process for creating your own beautiful Kokedama, you’ll need a few tools to help you get started.
Has this ever happened to you? You're scrolling through Skillshare and wonder, "how did that class get over 1,000 enrollments?" Or you open up an email and think, "how did that class get featured in the trending section?" Or you're reading the blog and come across an interview with a teacher and ask, "how did they earn enough to quit their day job?"
Every type of class has its own unique attributes and style. A Business class may use slides to emphasize key concepts and a Music class may use screencasting to give a walkthrough of a new recording software. What you’re teaching requires a different setup or style to properly demonstrate the skills you want students to learn.
We noticed that Crafts classes are on the up and up, so we compiled a few best practices to ensure that you are recording the best, most accessible class you can.