I'm planning on creating a course (Udemy or maybe my own website) - Should I break the 10 hours of content into multiple courses? - Josh Loe

I’m planning on creating a course (Udemy or maybe my own website) – Should I break the 10 hours of content into multiple courses?

I’m a freelance web developer. I’ve been looking to replace a couple clients with something a little more “passive”. I work with a specific platform (Shopify) on a daily basis – and I’ve noticed most tutorials and courses on Shopify only cover the client side (sales, marketing, admin, etc) and there’s not much for developers or freelancers. I may also c

I have roughly 10 hours of content planned out. Initially I thought I’d make it one “start to finish” course. Or I could break it down to a couple courses: ‘Fundamentals’, ‘Intermediate’, ‘Advanced’, and then perhaps a couple micro courses on niche functionality & features.

Each of those would only be a couple hours max though. Would that be worthwhile for people? Especially since I do plan on uploading portions of the courses on YouTube for marketing (probably a scaled back version of the course with maybe 30% of the information).

I’ve also been debating creating an e-book. This would cover all from fundamentals – advanced. Perhaps that would be best to do after the courses though?



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