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60% off My Digital Marketing Course for Small Business Owners - $118 Instead of $295

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OZBARGAIN

I've decided to jump on the Black Friday/ Cyber Monday 'bandwagon' and offer all you fellow bargain hunters my Online Presence Accelerator course at a whopping 60% discount of its normal price.

Just to clarify: this is not some marketing gimmick. $295 is really the price this course is selling for as you can see on my website.

Also, this offer is not being made anywhere else and the secret link that leads you to the discounted price will expire this Saturday at 23:59 AEST.

Here is what this 12 week course covers:

  • Choosing the right web host for your business & setting up your web hosting account
  • Installing and setting up WordPress
  • Choosing the right theme for your new WordPress website + theme installation and configuration.
  • The plugins you must have on your WordPress website for security, social sharing and Search Engine Optimisation
  • Tracking website visitors using Google Analytics and optimising the appearance of your website in the Google & Bing search
    engines.
  • Getting your business set-up on Google Maps & Apple Maps (the only two mapping services that matter!)
  • Email marketing: overview of recommended tools + setup and configuration including creation of opt-in boxes.
  • Ecommerce - How to sell digital & physical products directly on your website and which tools to use
  • Optimise your Facebook business page for maximum FREE exposure.
  • How to use Facebook's paid advertising platform the right way and target only those who have already shown interest in your product or service.
  • Using LinkedIn for lead generation
  • Using Pinterest as a major traffic source & setting up ‘buyable pins’ for selling your products directly on Pinterest.

Happy to answer any questions :)

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  • +5 votes

    Smells like Spam.

  • +4 votes

    Step 1: Don't waste money on scam courses!

  • +1 vote

    Perfect for people who want online presence but cannot google (and don't want a web professional to do it for them)

  • +3 votes

    Why would anyone take marketing advice from someone who jumps on an annual "bandwagon" a day too late?

    • +1 vote

      Oh come on! He's a marketing professional! He's so proud of his course he didn't mention vendor in title.

  • +2 votes

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  • +1 vote

    How about 100% discount? I like to bargain…

  • +1 vote
  • +2 votes

    "Optimise your Facebook business page for maximum FREE exposure.
    How to use Facebook's paid advertising platform the right way and target only those who have already shown interest in your product or service."
    And yet, your Facebook business page has less than 300 likes despite being there for at least a year

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      your Facebook business page has less than 300 likes despite being there for at least a year

      The number of fans (or likes) on a Facebook page has little relevance to how much 'organic' exposure your posts will get on that platform.
      It's just a vanity metric with little to no impact on the bottom line for most small business owners.

      Furthermore, advertising on Facebook solely for the purpose of increasing the number of likes on your page is not a wise move in 95% of cases.

      You can understand why by watching this excellent video.

      I am getting organic (i.e. unpaid) reach for certain posts on that page that is between 5 and 6 times the number of 'likes' I have for that page.

      For most small business pages, reaching 5-10% of their page fans for free is considered very good these days.

      Finally, I should also mention that the main reason I have that Facebook page is to run paid advertising because without a Facebook page, your placement options are significantly restricted and the two best ones (timeline on mobile & desktop) are not available.

      • +1 vote

        I'll back the dude up by saying all the above is in fact true.

        Except….The number of fans (or likes) on a Facebook page has little relevance to how much 'organic' exposure your posts will get on that platform.

        That's inherently not true, since organic exposure is 'fixed' at a small percentage, the higher the number of follows, the more organic exposure you'll get on your initial post (just by shear percentages).

        Also as engagement with your content goes up, your organic exposure goes up, assuming people like what you are posting. So it's not all vanity metrics. It also plays in to your social proof, so numbers somewhat matter.

        Although I'm not as harsh as the others…haha….you're probably posting to the wrong audience here, which doesn't give confidence. You've got an intro course to online stuff (from web development to marketing, which is heaps) to do in 12 weeks.

        You should be targeting small business owners who want to know the surface of everything you teach, which they aint here. :)