You are currently browsing the tag archive for course

August 8, 2011

Should SEO Be Taught in Schools?

Filed as General with 1 comment

Depending on what degree a certain person might be trying to obtain, it might actually be in the best interest of a person to skip college and go right into starting their own business or making it the hard way – working.

There are some types of degrees you absolutely have to go to college for. You cannot become a doctor or a plastic surgeon without going to school (at least in the way our world is operated now). And you more than likely cannot be a chemical or electrical engineer without going to school either. However our school system was based on a system that was created many, many years ago – and it may perhaps be entirely outdated.

Should SEO be taught in schools?

Could you imagine how many more Internet startups there would be if they taught it in high school to teenagers? You would have 14-18 year old kids cranking out affiliate gateways, blogs, and providing SEO services everyday after school at 3 p.m. The SEO industry would be flooded within the matter of a semester or two of teaching it and the competition on the web would skyrocket. read more

Tags: , , ,

June 30, 2009

Become a Blogger course reopens for five days only

Filed as News with no comments

Yaro Starak and Gideon Shalwick’s premium “Become a Blogger” course has reopened to new signups for five days only (less at time of writing).

When the course launched, it was selling at $77 per month and sold out very quickly.

Now the monthly price has been reduced to $47 per month, which you pay for the six months course duration. read more

Tags: , ,