Blogging OnLIne Course from Simpleology


I like this site  -- Simpleology --  and its offerings, and though I haven't taken any of Mark Joyner's classes yet, I enjoy reading what he has to say about life, action and inner and outer peace. In order to win a a free enrollment for a new course on blogging, all you have to do is go to his site, write about it like this, paste some code on your site to get his widget. If you're still thinking about blogging, either as a personal tool, a marketing avenue or a way to record your work and process (I do all three here), check out Mark's work and see if it fits your needs.

I'm evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they're letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I'll let you know what I think once I've had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it's still free.

Here's Mark's invitation:

It took me 6 years to figure out that blogging was significant.

"This is just a freakin' self-posting guest book with comments!"

So, my company (Simpleology) decided to create a course on blogging.

Umm ... can you say "credibility gap?"

Apparently I can.

Anyway, we make kick ass courseware (among other things), but kick ass it may be - your course is only as good as the content is valid, right?

We consulted with some industry experts on the content and people who have seen it say it's great, but I'm still not in my comfort zone.

So, here's what we've decided to do ...

We're going to give the course away to anyone who blogs about it.

All you have to do is mention that it exists.

After you try it you can rip us a new one in your blog - it's all good. We accept all feedback (we may or may not agree with it - but it doesn't mean we can't be friends).

We're not sure how this stacks up against our other courseware (about which we're very comfortable - proud even), but this is what it is.

I'm half-curious to see what the blogosphere thinks about it.