More About The Course
With apprx 50 planned lessons, it is scheduled for 20 hours over 4 days; 3/17, 3/18, 3/24, 3/25. I considered stuffing it in to 2 looooong days, but 5 hours at a computer, will wring a sane man or woman.
Scheduled time is 9am – 2pm EST. If you’re on eastern timezone, you’ll get a few hours to sleep in. If you’re on pacific time, it’ll just be like you’re regular wake up time <— these statements assume you’re on the home service entrepreneur daily schedule.
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Do I need a website?
To apply the information you learn, you do need a website, and the knowledge to post blogs on. To really get the most from your site, and the audience that goes to it, you do need your phone number prominently displayed, and also an ‘estimate request’ page (beneficial if the user gets sent to a thank you page afterwards).
After you sign up and get your website review video, you might want to contact a developer to make the changes. I’m currently working on a deal with a developer who can accommodate these changes for a reasonable price and also set up effective websites.
That said, even if you don’t have a website right now, this instruction, at this price will be valuable once you get set up.
Do I need Facebook Ads Experience?
No, you do not. I suggest you open up an ads account and play around with it. Practice building your own campaign (don’t turn it on), so it isn’t it will over
The actual course has been mapped and planned out for several months. I’ve even taught a few close friends and team members ‘the course’, but when it comes down to actually recording and ‘making’ the course, talking at the computer from hours on end gets a little boring, and my attention span dwindles. This of course resonates in the videos. By going live, and keeping it interactive it will be engaging for myself, for you, and anyone those that take the ‘recorded course’, in the future. We’ll also get to cover your questions, that will likely help others down the road.
I’ve tested several programs for hosting it, and the live program I’ve settled on is very easy to log on to, but most importantly it allows for participants, to engage and share there screen, and to use annotations and highlights.