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Teaching Sells Closing Doors

Teaching Sells is Closing the DoorsTeaching Sells is closing its doors! If you have been thinking about joining, now is the time to do it.

Brian has announced the course is going to evolve, and the price is going up. You have until the end of this month to get in at $97 a month, after that the doors shut to new members and will not open again in the current form or price. Click here for full details.

In my talk on making a living from blogging over the weekend I told the attendees that one of the best ways of making money was to create a member site, and the best education for creating member sites is Teaching Sells.  Online courses like these are attractive to members because they get education not available anywhere else, and attractive to you as a publisher because you get a recurring income.

Teaching Sells was a big part of the inspiration for my Authority Blogger online course. While, being the rebellious type that I am, I haven’t followed Brian’s model to the letter, I have taken a lot away from his strategy.

If you really want to help a large number of people while being healthily rewarded, then you need to get in to Teaching Sells before the doors close.

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  1. I’ve done this course. It is really good on marketing and selling. If you don’t know about teaching you’ll need to supplement it with something else. The single best book on (classroom) teaching I know of is Eric Sotto’s When Teaching Becomes Learning – the title repays much thought. It is a basic approach to teaching followed through to the preparing of lesson plans. Superb. For how to do teaching online little is available that is of much value. There are blogs from teachers who are involved in doing it which tend to be involved with the nitty gritty but if you mix this with a good theory (like Eric Sotto’s) you should be able to come up with an excellent course.

  2. I’ve done this course. It is really good on marketing and selling. If you don’t know about teaching you’ll need to supplement it with something else. The single best book on (classroom) teaching I know of is Eric Sotto’s When Teaching Becomes Learning – the title repays much thought. It is a basic approach to teaching followed through to the preparing of lesson plans. Superb. For how to do teaching online little is available that is of much value. There are blogs from teachers who are involved in doing it which tend to be involved with the nitty gritty but if you mix this with a good theory (like Eric Sotto’s) you should be able to come up with an excellent course.