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More Programs for Freelancers

This Site is Growing, Fast

What a week! I’ve gotten more accomplished in the last two days than the last two weeks, and it’s been quite a relief. But the part that might interest you is that I’ve just added about 20 more programs for freelancers to our Career Niche menus. Some are on writing income, others marketing, social marketing, graphic design, and becoming an Internet researcher.

Later, this week, I’m going to add a long list of business startups that will be a mix of fixed location businesses and mobile businesses.

There is some overlap between categories with our existing affiliate list of training programs, like “Site Audits Made SimpleThis is a course that’s useful for auditing your own website. It teaches great skills for everyone who has a website they use to promote or sell. AWAI does a great job of teaching you all the little things to look for that make your site get higher Google ratings, better conversions and work like the marketing tool it should be.

But this program also teaches how to audit other people’s sites, giving you another marketable skill. At $2,500 or so per site, that’s a nice freelance income. And if, for any reason, your clients aren’t up to making the improvements you recommend, there’s your upsell opportunity. Simply propose to make those changes for them. And of course you’ll charge for that service, too.

But it doesn’t end there. If they don’t want you to do the improvements for them, offer to teach them how to make the changes, and monitor/audit their site, themselves.


Emergency Preparedness Freebie

Don’t forget to grab your free 2-page Emergency Preparedness Checklist. The weather reports are warning of unpredictable weather and weather outcomes all across the southwest. But as you already know ~ from California’s mudslides, and the recent storms on the east coast, not to mention the destruction we’ve seen over the years ~ being prepared is essential, no matter where you travel or stay.

When you opt in you’ll be sent a download link to this PDF document. Page one is a checklist, and page two is full of emergency links that would come in handy during any emergency. If you view the form on your computer, the links are hot. But the links are also spelled out, so be sure to print a copy so that you can use them on any computer or phone.


I’ll be back later with more information about this new set of training products. Each one focuses on a specific, and complete business setup.