Skillshare Star #2: Understanding the New 2017 Royalties Calculation and the Class Size Conundrum

David ✏ Ault, The Writer Teacher

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6 Videos (43m)
    • An Introduction to the Class

      1:28
    • How is the New Payment System Going to Affect Instructors?

      4:36
    • Comparing Revenue Earned Using Both Payment Systems

      13:45
    • The Class Size Conundrum

      5:38
    • Does this mean the death of the Bite-sized class on Skillshare?

      8:00
    • My Top Tip to Help You Decide Upon Your Strategy Going Forward

      9:48

About This Class

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Understanding the New 2017 Royalties Calculation and the Class Size Conundrum falls within Point 2 of the Skillshare Star: Understanding how Skillshare Works.

In the class I shall discuss:

  • How the new way earnings will be calculated in 2017 and how it is likely to affect Skillshare instructors
  • Actual Examples Comparing Revenue earned through both the old and new payment systems
  • The Class Size Conundrum
  • What this means for the “Bite-sized class” on Skillshare in the future
  • My top tip for how YOU can decide on the best strategy to adopt going forward

So why don’t you enrol in this Skillshare Class, as we attempt to get to the bottom of this huge change and figure out how exactly it is going to affect YOUR earnings on Skillshare in the future.

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Good and useful info for teachers
Even though I'm not a teacher on skillshare, all this information was super interesting! It's worth a look as a consumer as well as a maker on skillshare.
Excellent class so much information and tips! Fantastic teacher very professional video. Bravo!
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David ✏ Ault

The Writer Teacher

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Currently, on the How To Publish An eBook website, I am giving away a FREE online course for anyone who is interested in making a living (or at least a part-time income) from self-publishing.

I also teach classes about course creation, online learning platforms and teaching, and recently, I launched the Writer Teacher Facebook Group as a place where self-published authors and online teachers can hang out to discuss how to make a significant income from your writing through the repurposing of content that you have already written in the form of online courses.

Some of my most popular Skillshare classes include:

The Writing Productivity Masterclass
How to Become a Star on Skillshare
Scrivener Simplified
Adobe Spark
The Writer - Teacher
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 Apple iOS 10 


A Little Bit More About Me

My name is David James Ault and I am a British ex-pat living in Slovakia, in the heart of Europe, with my wonderful Slovak wife, our three children and our English Bullterrier, Shaggy.

Having graduated with a BSc (Hons) Degree in European Business, the first part of my career was spent in marketing, especially in the tourism industry, and during that time, I completed my Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing, at the CIM.

In 2001, I moved from the UK to Slovakia, where I set up a tourism portal about Slovakia and wrote travel related articles and books. I also began writing my first novel.

During the last 15 years, I have written non-fiction books in a variety of niches and set up a number of successful websites to promote my various interests. More recently, I have also been writing fiction and non-fiction books for teenagers and young adults and, in 2015, I set myself the goal of becoming a full-time Writer Teacher within the next couple of years.

I have an eclectic range of interests, including languages, writing, history, online marketing, design and travel. I also have a passion for cooking and eating healthy food, as well as the traditional Slovak dishes I have discovered, whilst living in the heart of Europe.

I have created a number of online courses for many of my niches and I have set up both the How To Publish An eBook and the Teach Someone A Lesson websites to impart some of the knowledge I have learned over the years to my students.