Last October I signed up as one of the initial members or Teaching Sells. The course has been a valuable and eye opening experience for me and I’ve learned a lot during the past few months. For awhile now Teaching Sells has been offering a one week trial for $1, which is a great bargain given the usual $97 for three months of access. However, the trial offer is coming to an end tomorrow (April 17th, 2008 at noon eastern time) so if you’ve been wondering what’s inside and thinking about joining there’s no better time than now.
I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect when I first signed up, but Brian Clark has long since earned my trust after years of reading and learning from CopyBlogger. I took a chance and have been rewarded for it.
Teaching Sells Core Courses
- How to Create Content That Sells
- How to Effectively Market Membership Sites
- How to Create Killer Multimedia Content with Quick and Easy Tools
- Seven Profitable Business Models for Interactive Content Developers
- Your Blueprint for Building Membership Sites with Open Source and Low-Cost Software
The above is the core course, but there’s an advanced course in progress that expands on the topics above and includes some case studies.
It’s hard to say which part of the course I’ve found most valuable, but if pressed I’d have to say it’s been a combination of the discussion on business models and how to shape and craft your content more effectively. You’ll learn how to market and sell your ideas and also how to create valuable ideas in the first place.
While the focus of the course is how to create and market a membership site there’s plenty to gain even if you aren’t looking to sell your content. The content creation and marketing courses can be applied to anything you want to promote online. The overall course may still convince you of the advantages for charging for access to some of your content, but there’s much more to Teaching Sells that can be applied to your current situation.
One of the aspects of Teaching Sells that has most impressed me is how Brian and Tony have listened to what members want to know and are fine tuning the program to teach us exactly what we’ve asked to learn about. They’ve been very responsive and and are consistently providing new and better material.
Last Chance for the Trial Offer
For $1 you really have nothing to lose. One week isn’t enough time to absorb the whole program, but it’s more than enough time to decide if you want to continue. I suspect once inside you will want to stay, but even if you don’t you’re going to get far more in return than you’re spending.
You don’t have to take my word for it either. You can download and read the Free Report and let it convince you. But keep in mind the $1 offer ends tomorrow so the time is now to sign up and see if the course is for you.
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