Season Pass! 3 teleseminars, 3 self-study courses, 2 books for 50% OFF

I’ve been sitting on this for a few days now and I might just ‘splode.
I’m offering a complete curriculum of blogging courses for one amazing price.
Get instant access to all of my courses for a super-duper deal: 50% OFF. This is the absolute best deal for all of my courses and products.
3 Live Teleseminars (11 calls)
– Business Blog Basics (Jan)
– Easy Bake Weblogs (Feb)
– Keywords Essentials (Mar)
Self-Study Courses
– Six Figure Blogging (the only course of its kind)
– RSS Essentials
– Podcasting Bootcamp
2 books
– Learning WordPress: From Wow to Cash Cow (ebook)
– Blogwild! A Guide for Small Business Blogging (print, featured in Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Entrepreneur and USA Today)
That’s three live teleseminar series (11 calls) + three self-study courses (hours of audio, pages of transcripts, tons of notes) + 2 books (one an ebook, one in print).
And: lifetime, anytime, anywhere, always-on registration in future runs of these courses. Yup: you can repeat these courses again at any time, from any computer, from anywhere in the world.
Grab it now before the first course starts!
http://andywibbels.com/seasonpass/

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About Andy Wibbels

Andy is an award-winning blogger and author of the book Blogwild! A Guide for Small Business Blogging. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Entrepreneur, Wired, Business Week, Forbes, and other national and international media. He was worked at several San Francisco startups including Get Satisfaction, SAY Media, InMobi, Keas, and Mindjet. Currently, Andy is Director of Marketing at Lucidworks. Tw · Fb · G+ · Li

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  2. Geoffrey Sherwood

    Andy,
    I’m an Air Force intell veteran (Chinese linguist; flew recon missions against mainland China). I now work in international banking in Manhattan, which is, in a nutshell, beau coup boring. Two weeks ago I started an “alternative” political commentary website (not blog), called The Tropaion. I don’t know whether I should blog instead. My primary goal is to gain readership and reputation. Financial success in this endeavor would be nice, too, but is secondary. Are any of your blogging teleseminars, books and self-study courses relevant to my situation? If not, what would you recommend?
    Kind Regards,
    Geoff

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