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Read this Free 22 Page Report and Case Studies on Growing Your Online Business

Posted By Darren Rowse 27th of January 2009 Blogging Tools and Services 0 Comments

Teaching-Sells.pngThe team at the successful Teaching Sells training program have just released a Free 22 page Report and 3 great Free Case Studies which I think make great learning tools for those wanting to learn how to start successful online businesses.

The report (that also comes as an audio file) covers:

  • Whether blogging is dead or not
  • How to avoid the tyranny of Google
  • Why you should forget the “Long Tail”
  • How to truly leverage Web 2.0
  • Why you’re not normal, and why that’s a good thing
  • How the true power of the Internet is being missed
  • What “teaching sells” means to you

With the report also get access to three very useful case studies from Aaron Wall, Joseph and James Bridges and Chad Board who have used the Teaching Sells philosophy to launch very successful online businesses.

All of this is free and contains great teaching and good information to give your online business a boost. For those wanting more the Teaching Sells course has also been overhauled, restructured and edited and is opening its doors for the first time in quite a few months.

Brian Clark and Tony Clark (no relation) are the founders of Teaching Sells and have helped many ProBlogger readers take the next step in making money online. I participated in the first version of Teaching Sells and still regularly return to their teaching as I continue to expand what I do.

Whether you just take advantage of the free stuff or signup for the ongoing paid membership I highly recommend you check out what Brian and Tony have put together as you move forward into 2009 – what they do is always a great investment.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. Thanks for the report… very appreciated. The PROBLOGGER book is the best you can buy on the topic.. just thought I’d give you a little testimonial out of appreciation.

    I run 9 good blogs, so I know what I’m talking about.

    Brent Riggs

  2. I read the free report. My mind has been whirring with new ideas. My partner and I have been tossing around some ideas along this line and this was just what I needed to know.

    If the free report is an indication of what is to come, I am interested in the membership.

  3. My blog is my business. Thanks! I will definitely view the report.

    Thanks a lot!

    live smart – stupidity kills

  4. Well the price is right, there is no sense in ignoring free advice! The topics it covers are all pretty relevant right now too, especially about utilising Web 2.0 properly.

  5. Excellent resource I’ll link to from one of my client’s websites about starting a new business in Florida. Everyone can use this free report during the recession. I’m a strong believer that every person on the planet should have an online business of some sort. There’s really no excuse not to! :)

  6. The point about whether blogging is dead or not has direct appeal to a wide variety of site-owners, as words about that topic, in a document being widely spread, could influence the perception we have. The “tyranny” of Google is also an item on the minds of a fair amount of people, as Google is the name attached to an abundance of efficient applications and services that most of us use. Keeping some of our information in other locations might be a way to distance ourselves a bit from worry of being exploited at a later time; however, since Google services are some of the most useful ones, this is not as appealing as it would be otherwise.

  7. Have to check this report. Sound great for my next blogging project.

  8. I have seen recent speculation that blogging may die… ??? I don’t get it. Written word will never die. Blogging aimlessly will…

  9. Just took a look at this via CopyBlogger’s site.. not bad at all!

  10. Vadim says: 01/27/2009 at 3:46 pm

    well, it looks like TeachingSells doesn’t immediately accept new members… Let’s hope I will not have to wait for too long before it re-opens for new users like me. ))))

  11. Looks excellent I shall have a read now, looking forward to it.

  12. Thank you for that! I will read it now.

  13. Fantastic report and definitely worth the read!

  14. Going there now. Thanks for the info! I always stop hear in the morning to see what’s new:)

  15. Covered special points and burning points and also taught in a very simple language.

    I would like to complete free segment first.

  16. Thanks Darren, I can always use great tips and information.

  17. hey thanks for this. btw i have your problogger book. it’s a great read. I especially enjoyed your tips on how to find your niche although i’ve yet to apply the lessons. i’m just new to blogging and I’ve been writing mostly about just about anything.

  18. I signed up with them a while back but haven’t really done anything with it. I’ll give it another look.

  19. Thank you for sharing!

  20. From the post title it seemed more like an order to do so…
    with that in mind I say, “Yes sire, I will read it… please don’t hurt me…”

  21. Signed up… they don’t tell you that there’s a waiting list. However, the good news is that they send you the stuff pretty much instantly.

  22. I got it over at Copyblogger via email. It gets your thinking juices flowing……………….:)

  23. This deffinitely looks like a good read. I agree with the specifications that it is all about the money and winning the game because no one wants to spend a million hours at a computer and fail. That is what pro blogger is all about as well. The blog that bridges the gap to blog comprehension.

  24. Travis says: 01/28/2009 at 11:10 pm

    All of these on-line marketing, business and insight blogs are turning into the same thing: a hawking grounds for each other. It’s getting to be ridiculous.

    It seems as though everyday I jump on-line to read about business on-line, I’m told about a “new product” that I just “have to read” because it will “improve my business.”

    It’s not different than someone selling a tip sheet in horse racing. If they were so good at picking winners, why would they need to sell a tipsheet in the first place?

    Even some of the sites I have visited for months are starting to promote their friends’ products. At what point does the “our readers are suckers” trainer run out of gas?

  25. Well i have signed up with them. Lets see what they have to offer.

  26. You’re certainly right “teaching sells” … it’s also one of the best ways to learn!

  27. Education is the key to anything, and obtaining high-quality knowledge is the only way to go. Great source of education. It will definitely come in handy. I will put it to use in my recommendations…


  28. Thanks for sharing the report! I

  29. hiya… I went to the link and they said no longer accepting new members? I’d like to see the report. If anyone could help it would be much appreciated. (Did I just go to the wrong link??)

    many thanks… Ms. S.

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