How Ubindi calculates your revenue

How Ubindi calculates your revenue

It's very simple. Ubindi shows you the payments you've received through the platform, separating classes, videos and packages (that's passes and subscriptions all together).

In order for your revenue to be shown here, you need to take payments on Ubindi (which means you can take advance payment for classes, video, and passes)

If you're not sure how to take payments, or whether you should use the payments feature on Ubindi at all, read our blog article: the cost of NOT using a payments platform.

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