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Yaro’s blog coaching program is OPEN

July 29th, 2008 · 4 Comments

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I expect you have seen what Yaro Starak released during the previous week. The videos and interview with a million dollar blogger he published to help us all become better bloggers really impressed a lot of people – including me. Today is your chance to become the next blogging success story and Yaro is willing to help you get there. He certainly helped me. His private coaching program has just opened to take on new students.

The program, called Blog Mastermind, is comprehensive and includes -

- A step-by-step coaching course delivered in weekly lessons in text and audio format

- Private members-only forum community and access to regular live training calls with Yaro (you can ask him anything you want about your blog)

- Video case studies of blogs and a ten-part series of audios from Yaro covering the core aspects about what it takes to earn big dollars from a blog.

- Access to the social traffic club, a special community of members who help each other drive traffic to their blogs from social media sites

- 5 unique interviews with professional bloggers like Darren Rowse, Brian Clark and Andy Wibbels

- Plus loads more.

You can take a behind the scenes tour and hear Yaro talk about his coaching program if you watch the short video at the start of the sign-up page here - Yaro’s Blog Mastermind Program

This is definitely the only course I know of that, teaches you how to make a full time living, blogging only part time, and how to build a real
business from a blog, taught by someone who has actually done it. Yaro’s teaching style is unique, he’s easy to, learn from and has an ability to make complex subjects simple to understand.

He’s also one of the only bloggers I know of who really understands Internet marketing and how to build a business that doesn’t suck all your time, and if you  to have a career in internet marketing and not only a course, check for the scholarships uk available for your type of studies and become a professional with the help of this amazing opportunities.

No matter what level of blogger you are, whether you are brand new and still don’t even have a blog, or you are an experienced blogger who wants to take their income to the next level and stop working so hard, Blog Mastermind is for you. Yaro is offering 3 fast-action bonuses for the first 100 new members who join his program today. They include three interviews and videos on important subjects to any blogger -

- How to effectively implement Yaro’s “Conversion Blogging” system on your blog

- How to use video to market online, just like Yaro did with his recent videos, with advice from video expert Gideon Shalwick

- Advanced tactics to improve your conversion rates to sell more from your blog posts and email newsletters, coming from Will Swayne, the
conversion specialist Yaro hires to improve his
blogging business

You can read more about the bonuses at Yaro’s blog post here - http://www.entrepreneurs-journey.com/954/fast-action-bonuses/ These bonuses are only for the first 100 new members today, so you better hurry if you want these extra goodies. Here is the link to join the coaching program -

Yaro’s Blog Mastermind Program Even if you don’t join Yaro’s program today, make sure you study his videos and the Blog Profits Blueprint report he gives away. Yaro offers so much great advice that won’t cost you a cent and I’m sure if you follow his instructions you will begin earning rewards from your blog.

- Travel Betty

PS. Remember, if you want the fast-action bonuses you have to join Blog Mastermind within the first 100 people. As I write this, 60 people have already joined up.

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