Udemy for Business is a fast-growing, subscription-based enterprise learning solution, offering a curated selection of Udemy’s top-rated 5,500 courses to leading organizations around the world. Thousands of companies leverage Udemy for Business to engage employees in learning from the freshest, highest-quality content on the market. To read more about many of the companies that use Udemy for Business for their learning needs, click here.
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Please note that if your course(s) are added to the Udemy for Business content collection, you may begin to see new students in your student list with a Udemy for Business tag (see below).
Udemy for Business Revenue Calculation
On Udemy for Business, instructors are compensated based on learner engagement. This differs from the Udemy marketplace model, where instructors are compensated based on course purchases.
Each month, Udemy allocates 25% of monthly subscription revenue from Udemy for Business customers as the instructor revenue pool. Each instructor's share of this amount is equal to their share of the total minutes consumed across all Udemy for Business courses. For example, if 3% of all consumption in Udemy for Business courses for a given month occurred in your courses, you'd receive 3% of the Udemy for Business instructor revenue pool for that month.
Consumption is calculated as minutes spent watching videos or actively using on-site interactive learning tools like practice tests, quizzes, or coding exercises. It includes re-watched minutes and minutes consumed using the mobile-only offline viewing feature.
While the total instructor revenue pool has consistently grown over time, fluctuations in your courses' relative share of consumption will also factor into the revenue you earn from Udemy for Business each month.
Udemy for Business revenue is added in the first week of the following month under the Udemy for Business tab on your revenue report. For example, your Udemy for Business revenue for the month of January, would appear in your January revenue report during the first week of February.
For courses with multiple instructors, revenue will be divided amongst co-instructors and reflected in each instructor’s individual revenue report.
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