Once a student has purchased your course, you'll have access to the instructor revenue report.
Viewing the Revenue Report
The revenue report can be reached from every page on Udemy.
- Click "Instructor" in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
- From the dropdown menu, select Revenue Report
The revenue will load a high level summary of purchases.
Revenue by Channel
This page shows which channels are driving your revenue in any given month.
- Hover over the chart to see how each channel is performing.
- Click and drag to zoom in for a closer look at the graph.
Scroll down the revenue report to see expected payment dates and the payment amount for a given time period. Click on a month to see a more detailed report.
After clicking on a specific month, you'll see a breakdown of all revenue by channel.
- Your Promotions - These sales were created from your personal marketing efforts. If a student purchased your course through your instructor coupon link, the revenue will be attributed to this category.
- Udemy Organic - A student discovered and purchased your course after browsing the Udemy site. They did not use an instructor coupon code.
- Ad Program - A student purchased your course after clicking through an ad. These ads appear on Facebook and Google AdWords
- Affiliate Program - A Udemy advertiser drove traffic to your course before the course was purchased.
- Refunds - A student returned your course within the 30 day window.
Your Promotion Activity
The second pie chart shows which of your promotions are driving sales. Udemy coupons will not appear in this section, only instructor coupons.
Your Earnings by Course
Breakdown of Your Total Earnings
Your Total Earnings is broken down in the table below across each tab, and it follows the equation:
Other revenue includes external partner payments, adjustments (corrections for any errors in past statements), and any revenue generated from Corporate Subscription, if applicable.
Viewing Single Transaction Details
Export Revenue Report as .csv
Click here for more details about the Instructor Revenue share.