Building Membership Sites

It’shere, are you ready?

Spring is here, Baseball season is also here but that’snot what I’m talking about today.

I’m talking about my latest course:

http://BuildingMembershipSites.com

A membership site to me is a secured area that contains information for your members. That could be a simple membership site for product downloads. Or, an advanced membership site for training and coaching groups.

Now I know you may have seen training courses on this before but this is different then what you may have seen elsewhere.

Go ahead and check out the video at http://BuildingMembershipSites.com

Not only is this course different in content and training style then you’ve seen before it’salso more affordable then what you’ve seen other places.

Now don’t think just because it doesn’t cost you as much you don’t get all of the details or I’m leaving something out. Actually just the opposite, many participants of my other training course say I tend to over deliver and this course is no exception.

I’ll keep this message short but go ahead and visit http://BuildingMembershipSites.com seating is limited so you’ll want to get registered soon.

 

About Frank Deardurff

My Passion is my Faith, Family, Love for Music, Art and Photography. I myself have delivered many of my own training courses as well as webinars and teleseminars for many other coaching groups. I’ve also published a book titled “50 Biggest Website Mistakes”. Having many decades of experience in various forms of graphics and IT experience and aspects of online business, my vision is to help others overcome their fears and frustration with taking their businesses online and reach the next level of success.

2 Comments

  1. Bill Coons on April 21, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    Frank
    I signed up for this course on 3/30 but have not received any emails about the date and time yet.
    Bill

  2. Frank Deardurff III on April 21, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    Hey Bill I’ll check that out immediately with the support team and get your access resent. Thanks for letting me know.

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