This is a little crazy, and unexpected…
Yaro Starak and Gideon Shalwick just sent me an urgent note to let you know they are very briefly opening up their powerful blogging coaching program again, which I’m already participating in.
Well, they said that they got HEAPS of people that missed out because of the Independence Day Holiday in the United States last week.
And they wanted to give you another opportunity to join their amazing program, along with all the other 420 students who’ve already signed up last week.
If you missed out last week for whatever reason, this is your chance to get in.
They’re opening doors on Tuesday, July 7th at 2pm EST Daylight Savings Time (19:00 GMT), and they said they’ll shut the doors again 24 hrs after that and don’t expect to reopen for another almost 6 months.
Here is the page where you can sign up: Become A Blogger.
If you have any questions about the Become A Blogger program, please don’t hesitate to contact me on e-mail or via Twitter. I’d be happy to answer your questions.
6 thoughts on “Another Chance To Join “Become A Blogger Premium””
Looks like I’m too late! Just tried to register but apparently all spots are full. On the waiting list now. Thanks for sharing this.
Sorry to hear that you missed it. I’m enjoying the program so far, learning a lot about blogging that I didn’t have a clue about before, while trying to optimize techpatio.com accordingly 🙂
If you’re up for it, the guys behind Become A Blogger also published a “Blog Profits Blueprint” – obviously you have to sign up for their newsletter to get it, but it’s free and worth it. Otherwise there’s the Blog Mastermind program, which I’m going to take after the initial “Become A Blogger” program, the Blog Mastermind program is more advanced.
While much of the stuff you learn in the program is already available on the Internet for free, the problem is to find and digest it properly – seperating “what works” from “what’s blowing steam”, I think Yaro Starak and Gideon Shalwick does a wonderful job explaining and teaching what they know, to their students. And by looking at the members-only forum, I’m not the only one who thinks that way 🙂
Let me know if you have any questions – otherwise I’m looking forward to seeing you in the Become A Blogger community when they open up again!
No problem — I just need to be a bit faster next time, haha! Good to see you’re enjoying the program so far.
I’m definitely interested in the Blog Profits Blueprint. I’ll have a look at that within the next few days. Thanks for recommending it.
Btw, nice blog you have here. I’ll be back to read more!
I’m glad you like it. Be prepared to see some changes in the upcoming weeks though, as I learn more from the Become A Blogger program 🙂 I’m also about to invest in a much better theme. I like this theme, but it’s not really “professional” enough, I think.
It is professional in fact, but it is just a bit too simple — that’s all. I would also recommend you start to move to something a bit more advanced. You don’t need to spend a lot, or anything at all, but something with a bit more features would be better. Nonetheless, your content is good, so you make up for the lackof theme. Good work on that aspect.
Thanks, your comments and input means a lot to me. I’ll make sure to keep on the good side with content and keep improving every day 🙂 I actually already have my mind set on the Thesis theme, but at this time I’m more focused on writing some content to “get out there” and start being noticed by Google, but soon I will start work on the new theme too.