GotBackup Live Webinar

This LIVE Webinar begins at 8PM Eastern Time, Wednesday, September 20th, 2023.

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What To Expect In This LIVE Webinar

Tonight’s (Sept. 20th) free webinar will follow a different format than previous Wednesday night webinars.

This time, Joel will be focusing on the GotBackup software and what it can do rather than the affiliate marketing / network marketing aspect.

GotBackup is an extremely useful web-based tool for backing up your internet-connected devices (PCs, Macs,  laptops, tablets & smartphones) and you and your family can backup up to 6 devices across 6Tb of storage for $9.97 per month.

Tonight, you’ll see why the GotBackup software is worth …

GotBackup Live Monday Webinar

This LIVE Webinar begins at 7:30PM Eastern Time, Monday, July 10th, 2023.

What To Expect In This LIVE GotBackup Webinar

Lynda Ann Cromar, GotBackup’s trainer, is hosting a one-of-a-kind, LIVE webinar TONIGHT at 7:30 PM EST!

And guess what? You’re exclusively invited to join this event and discover all the incredible features of GotBackup!

Learning the software and becoming a product of the product will increase you confidence and income as an affiliate.

Lynda has built an incredible reputation as a master of online backup solutions, and she’s ready to share her wealth of knowledge with you.

During this action-packed webinar, you’ll get to:

  • Explore all the amazing features of GotBackup

GotBackup Affiliate Opportunity

A Salutary Lesson

Have you ever lost photos or other files because a hard drive or an SSD failed?

I have…and it’s no fun.

I spent literally months scanning old photos that my dad took when I was a kid (he was an avid photographer) and I had over 1,000 photos scanned when my hard drive failed catastrophically.

My hard drive also contained all the source code for my astronomy software that I’d spent over a year coding.

All gone to digital heaven.

Now I did have backups of everything on another hard drive so I thought this wasn’t so much  a catastrophe as an inconvenient pain the ass.

That was until …