I’ve been thinking about all the affiliate and internet marketing courses I’ve bought and learned from over the years. And how many just languish on my digital shelves now and how many I actually used and still use.
Many had short lifetimes because they exploited a loophole or trick to achieve their aim and, once that was plugged, whatever the course taught didn’t work any more.
Then there’s the simple reality that the internet is an incredibly dynamic entity.
Google changes the rules on a what – daily, weekly, monthly basis? We get to hear about the big changes like Panda and Penguin algorithm updates but the knock-on effect of these changes …
Ever heard of Udemy? They’re an online educational institution that provide a huge number of tutorial courses on a wide range of topics (internet marketing courses are a small part of what’s on offer).
I’ve no idea what Udemy actually means but I’ll hazard a guess that it’s some mix of “University” and “Academy”.
In any case, the elearning courses they have on offer are thoroughly vetted so you can be assured that they are quality courses. Many organizations even use the courses to educate their staff on various topics and information. So there’s no cheap PLR courses here.
Maybe you’re interested in learning more about internet marketing, or how to …
I got a few email queries about what I thought of Andrew Hansen’s new Forever Affiliate course. As I mentioned in my previous post, I didn’t know anything about it apart from the fact that he’d just released a new course.
The course I consistently rely on is Mike Johnson’s Profit Marketer as it’s detailed, gets updated constantly and provides members with pre-configured blogs, top-notch plugins and themes and great support (there’s more on it here). I still dip back into the Bring The Fresh course as it takes a different approach to building blogs (it too is a comprehensive course) but Profit Marketer fits my needs better. …
I just received an email from Andrew Hansen (a marketer I’ve come to trust) about his new Forever Affiliate internet marketing course. I don’t have the time to paraphrase it, so here it is in its entirety. I haven’t bought his course so can’t comment on its effectiveness but it’s something you might be interested in:
To those of you who have already joined me at Forever Affiliate – welcome! We’re about to do some very profitable things together 🙂
If you haven’t yet, I want to talk to you today a little bit more about what Forever Affiliate really is, and how it’s strategies can grow your online income.
UPDATE: No Longer Available
[Update: August 17th: Greg Jacobs’ “The Assassination target” launched today. Copies were expected to sell out in about 5 days. However, demand has apparently far outstripped what was anticipated and the doors are expected to close within 24 hours. That’s quite phenomenal for a $1997 product! So the question is: am I buying this product? No. That’s not because I think badly of the product, think it’s over-priced or any such reason. I simply don’t have the time available to follow another course as I’m already invested in Alex Jeffreys marketing course and Mike Johnson’s Autoblog Blueprint course. The Assassination might be the course for you, so …
While I already have an online business building websites, doing affiliate marketing and selling my own products, I wanted to move my online business to the next level [my backstory is on my About page]. Now I’m a pretty disorganized individual. When I was growing up, my mom was forever telling me to clean up my room. I did when she told me but without her impetus, the room descended into a disheveled heap again.
That’s kind of how my business became; bits here, bits there; couldn’t lay my hands on something when I needed it; stuff shoved all over the place with the intention of going back to it to give …
I’m always looking for new ways to make money online and new ways to get traffic to my sites. After all, internet marketing is an ever-changing business where you can’t afford to stand still for too long.
The other day, in amongst the 100 or so emails I get a day was an invitation from my old astronomy buddy, Todd Gross, to join a marketing course run by someone called Alex Jeffreys.