12 Weeks of Internet Marketing Training

The Provo Labs Academy is offering a Thursday evening (5 pm) training course for entrepreneurs who want to learn internet marketing. I will cover all the basics of internet marketing as well as a couple dozen of my favorite tools and tactics. Click here for more information. The cost is $995 for 12 weeks. Click here for more information.

In addition to the Thursday class, past and present members of the Academy are invited to attend our Live Friday meetings. Every Friday at lunch time we meet to discuss the internet news of the week: the new funded companies, the new web sites, the new marketing tools, the new advertising opportunities, the trends and shifts that are taking place in audio, video, mobile computing, social networking, and Web 2.0 that will affect your ability to reach and retain customers online.

If you can’t do Thursday evening, you can join the Academy and attend Live Fridays beginning in March for $99 per month.

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