Ankur Nagpal – The Profitable Teacher Blogger

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While hundreds of blog posts have covered Product Hunt launches in great detail, this post is a full year in review — what happened in the one year after we launched on Product Hunt on April 15 2014?.

every time one of our teachers had a launch, it got us in front of the PH community.

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Ankur Nagpal is the founder of Fedora, an online course-hosting platform with more than 4000 instructors. From his unique vantage-point, he's got some insight into what separates top-selling courses from the rest of the pack.

image via teachable. Leave it to a serial entrepreneur to coin the phrase “teacher entrepreneur.” When Ankur Nagpal was between projects in 2013, he began teaching online and offline classes and quickly realized that there was a gap in the edtech market.

Increasingly, instructors are turning to Teachable, a New York-based startup run by Ankur Nagpal, 29. Most of Teachable’s teacher-customers pay $99 a month to use the company’s software platform, where they can upload videos, communicate with students and collect course fees.

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based on the actions of Teachable’s most successful teacher entrepreneurs.

Living and through his podcast and blog, he.

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In this episode of The Hustle & Flowchart podcast we sit down with the Founder of teachable Ankur Nagpal, after teaching courses on Udemy with his partner Conrad. They were making some money, but it appeared unwise to market courses to students that they didn’t have direct access to, an thus Teachable(formerly fedora) was born.

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