Two weeks ago I wrote about an online program named Teaching Sells and the Free Report that I downloaded, read and got sold on it. This morning, I received an email from the originator of the program that the course is up and I can join as “charter member” whatever that means, with an offer price of $97 for the initial 3 months course with a option to further my “studies” after that for another price yet to be announced.
My heart beat skipped for moment as I have just withdrawn $800 from my PayPal account the day before and if my memory is not failing me, I am left with about $50+, but my memory is indeed failing because when I checked on my PayPal account, I saw that SponsoredReviews has paid me and I have more than $400! I had totally forgotten about that payment! As though it is the will of God that I must sign up with this program, I parted with my hard earned $97, hoping this “investment” will give me a good return.
Some top notch bloggers has had a look at the program and all them gave their thumbs up.
Brain Clark, one of the founder of this program described the program as thus:
It’s a complete methodology for choosing profitable topics, developing dazzling content, attracting paid members and building air-tight websites.
DailyBlogTips is full of praises too:
The information is pretty solid, and I am definitely looking forward to the next courses and to apply all that in the near future.
Needless to say, Darren Rowse is also a strong supporter, getting as exited as me.
The reason what they’re doing excites me is that I’ve long held the belief that while it’s possible to make good money directly from a blog – that there’s also a lot of opportunity in leveraging the profile and traffic that a blog can bring and launching something bigger.
It’s been more than 30 years since I left school and studied seriously about something via books or courses be it online or offline. I won’t know if my old feeble brain here will be able to absorb what is being taught but what the hell. I certainly can’t be depending too much on Paid Posts from now on since the recent PR crackdown. I doubt I will be getting as many good paying reviews as before. If this thing works out, I won’t be needing that Google toolbar anymore, so let’s hope for the best but expect the worst, for I intend to make the most out of the $97 I “invested.”