How Any Udemy Course for $1 only ?

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I am very Excited to see an offer on Forum where I see the access right of any udemy course for only $1 Whereas the mother site udemy is selling the course for $50-$300. So how they able to serve it ? Here is the Offer

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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by david177 View Post

    I am very Excited to see an offer on Forum where I see the access right of any udemy course for only $1 Whereas the mother site udemy is selling the course for $50-$300. So how they able to serve it ? Here is the Offer

    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1274747.0


    IS it safe to buy from here ?



    Udemy allows the author of each course to make the price whatever they want whenever they want as often as they want. They can even use coupon codes to allow the product to be free.

    They do this to inflate the purchase numbers with fake data, so 1,000 traffic could get the course for free, next the author raises the price to whatever they want so when the unsuspecting buyer traffic shows up on the sales page it looks like the course is very popular when in reality the traffic numbers are all bogus because people will take anything that's free.

    So..., 1,000 free users looks like 1,000 buyers when the author turns on the price. Example, say the udemy course cost $59 the real buyers will think the course profited $59,000 when in reality the profit could easily be $0 because of a free coupon.

    The real scheme is udemy allows both free coupons & paid versions of the exact same course so the author can run a nonstop campaign somewhere on the net funneling free users back to the sales page so it looks like they're always getting sales even without getting sales. The poor bastage with a credit card gets spoon fed fake user data.

    The way udemy is setup is a total scheme for buyers.

    The screenshots below are the exact same udemy sales page both campaigns running at the same time. Jacking up data/numbers. Udemy creates multiple URLs for the same sales page so buyers don't realize the same course also has a free coupon code.








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  • Profile picture of the author georgec77
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    Yukon: Thanks for the insight. Yeah I wish Udemy wouldn't count users that took a course for free as part of the main stats shown to the public. The same should go for the reviews.
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  • Profile picture of the author TonyMontana1
    Obviously the reason it does is because of income. More people "fooled" equals more buyers and more commissions.

    Ethical or not, it still gets done.
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  • Profile picture of the author OussamaBusiness
    Bro , you can find coupon code for udemy course example : course = 300 $ with coupon code you can find = 15$ or 10 $
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    Udemy's business model is to sell cheap courses that are always shown to be discounted from much higher prices.

    Basically instead of saying "here's a $10 course for $10" they say "here's a $200 course for $10".

    Psychologically it makes you think what you are getting is more valuable.

    Similar to how retail stores like Sears always have most of their inventory "on sale" all year round.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathongs
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    Originally Posted by david177 View Post

    I am very Excited to see an offer on Forum where I see the access right of any udemy course for only $1 Whereas the mother site udemy is selling the course for $50-$300. So how they able to serve it ? Here is the Offer

    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1274747.0


    IS it safe to buy from here ?
    Very Impressive service to enjoy with low price.
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    • Profile picture of the author EASSS
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      • Profile picture of the author SteadyRiseMedia
        Thanks for the insights yukon, I myself was fooled by some of these "sales" numbers...glad to know the truth! I guess that's the downside when everyone can just publish anything they want and immediately look like they are an authority on the subject. Even though it's great to be able to access a ton of information in our day and age, the amount of irrelevant stuff one needs to filter through first grows bigger, too...
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  • Profile picture of the author paladinseo
    Udemy Course for only $1 is because thats the exact value of it most "tutorials" are bare bones and noobish as fuk
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  • Profile picture of the author Tomek Kurpanik
    From a legal point of view, you could actually sue them as a product has to be advertised for at least 28 days before they can cross off the original price and offer a discounted rate. But who wants to sue someone who offers a course for free ;-).
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