I’ve been slowly (very slowly) working my way through Ed Dale’s 30 Day Challenge and I can tell you that there is literally a ton of valuable information in this free course.
One thing I’ve enjoyed the crap out of is the Flock browser they introduced in the pre-season training. This is a cool browser folks. It’s made by the same people responsible for firefox and it is called “The Social Web Browser” because it’s got all sorts of neat features built in that make it that much easier to work with many of the major social sites like Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and several others. It also makes it a 1 click operation to grab any RSS feed from any site and add it to your Google Reader.
By the way, if you aren’t using Google Reader, you should be. It’s a fantastic way to have the information most important to you and your business come directly to you each day in a nice easy to peruse format. It’s a godsend for people trying to make money online and will soon become an important tool for your business.
Another amazing benefit of this free class is the free access we’ve had to Market Samurai a Niche Research and keyword tool with some really fabulous features like automatic SEO competition analysis, the ability to find related content online for your niche and several other features. As 30 Day Challenge participants, we can grab a copy at the ridiculously low price of $69! That’s 50% off what the normal price will be once the product is fully launched in September.
The problem with the 30 Day Challenge is of course, finding the time to go through all the material. People who have started the project and kept up with it are currently on day 23 or 24 I believe, while I am still wading my way slowly through the waters at day 4.
Hey, I may be slow, but as they say, slow and steady wins the race.
No matter, the material will remain available after the 30 days are up and will continue to be relevant for quite a long time to come.