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The Challenge – Build A Business In 30 Days

2 July 2010 No Comment

If you’ve been involved in online business for any length of time you may well have heard of The 30 Day Challenge.  If you haven’t, it’s quite simply the single best free resource for learning how to build a solid online business.

Yeah I know, that’s quite a statement and it sounds like a sales pitch but take my word for it, it really is 100% free (no upsell, 7 day trial followed by a monthly fee – zip!) and yes it really is the best resource out there… and this year it gets even better!

The whole training program is created and run by Ed Dale and Dan Raine of Stompernet fame.  They have been running ot for 6 years now, so it has a proven track record and a significant number of people have gone through the program to build really substantial businesses.  Each year they improve and expand on the content, and each year it gets better and better, staying up to date with new technology and techniques.  In fact, I’ve learned something new from the previus 2 years, and I’m sure I’ll pick up something new this year.

Now – if you are a 30DC veteran then you may already know that there is a BIG change this year, in fact it’s no longer a 30 day challenge at all.  This year it’s simply The Challenge, and the reason was that in previous years many people struggled to get through all the lessons.  They fell behind a day, then 2 days, and by the end they were struggling to keep up and gave up.

This year the lessons are split into modules, each one is 7 days in length and each module is then followed by 7 days off giving people a chance to catch up, while also giving more time for SEO and allowing Google and other search engines to rank new sites.

Well, there’s no point in me telling you any more.  Suffice to say that if you’re new to online business, or if you just want to learn some awesome new ways of increasing your own traffic, conversions and growing your business then you would be a fool to miss out on this opportunity.

Check out The Challenge at www.challenge.co

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