I'm really into Free Stuff lately, so I had to share this with you.
When I first got started in Internet Marketing in 2007, one of the first things that I found was a new blog with a large and growing following by a Brit named Caroline. Something about her transparent style captured my attention, and I have been reading her stuff ever since (along with her nearly 3000 RSS subscribers).
There are lots of things to like about Caroline. For starters, she is all about the truth with a no-nonsense approach to just about everything. Secondly, she always digs into the important deails. The two of great qualities really shine in her latest product, Stumble Rush.
But You Said Free Stuff
Well, that's the thing. I did say “free” and I did say “product.” Confusing, huh?
Over half of Caroline's product is actually free. It is an amazing try-before-you-buy thing. I personally think she is giving away too much, because there is no fluff anywhere in the entire thing. You will be stunned by the quality.
The entire course is polished multimedia and driven by email, WordPress and Video (hosted on Amazon S3). The entire thing includes 20 or so lessons. The first half of the lessons are free. In the free course, you will learn
- How to create content that gets stumbled
- Mechanics and ethics of StumbleUpon submission
- How to pimp out your profile!
- How to get more thumbs up votes
- The basics of networking on StumbleUpon
- Traffic boosting tips
- How you can correct mistakes
Hey, I Do Not Need To Know That Much About StumbleUpon
Yeah, I know. That is what I thought too. I think you are wrong (I was). If you feel this way, I challenge you to go take the first 3 free lessons and comment here. Once you see the information she is offering in this course, I feel confident that you will think it was time well spent.
Yeah, Sure, But What Is The Catch?
There is no catch. Sign up now for the free lessons. You will be amazed. If you like them and want more, buy the advanced course. Note that if you do buy the advanced course some day, that I will get an affiliate commission.
However, if you don't love the free course and you don't want the remaining lessons, seek professional help immediately.
Just kidding. If you don't want to buy the advanced course, just don't. That is another thing about Caroline. She is a zero-pressure personality.