Resources and Perks

Hi loyal blog readers,

You may have noticed a few changes around this blog.  I’ve started launching classes, etc. 

This blog will remain my learning journal and where I share my random tips and thoughts.  As I grow as a marketeer, I have come to realize that I have picked up a few tips and tricks that may be helpful to others.  I have had several conversations with marketing novices where I realized that what would be obvious to me would be ground-breaking concepts to them.  (Okay, maybe I exaggerated a little.) 

So, my new experiment is to put my thoughts out there where these marketing novices may search for information.  I will be experimenting with the following platforms:

Skillshare: 

This is a subscription-based learning site.  Big time marketers such as Seth Godin has content on this site.  All classes are video based and project based.  Teachers produce video lectures, and each class has a capstone project.  With monthly subscription, you have unlimited access to all the classes on the site.  Use this link for a free month (I in turn get a free month).

Udemy:

This is another video learning site.  Each class is on an a la-cart model.  I will list all my classes in the Resources page, often with promo codes.  In addition, if you sign up for my newsletter, you will get exclusive offers (not available elsewhere on this blog) for my Udemy classes.  You can check out all my Udemy classes here

Skillfeed:

This is also a subscription-based learning site.  You should be able to find all my classes via this link.

Amazon:

I don’t have anything here yet.  But I am writing an e-book.  Once I finish it, I intend to publish it on Amazon, and maybe other platforms where people are searching for marketing information.  Once my e-book is ready, my blog readers will be the first to know.  Again, I will list it on my Resources page.  Furthermore, if you have signed up for my newsletters, you will get notified for any exclusive offers. 

One comment

  • Well I’m flattered that my blog would be coersdnied good read-while-drunk fodder, anyhow. Complaining because other people’s jobs have more perks (as in, things given in addition to what was agreed upon by you in your contract) just shows a lack of professionalism. And I don’t mean, oh man this sucks complaining. Because it does suck. I mean whining to district offices or torturing your school over it.Of course I’m going to work tomorrow. I’m going to do my best to sit directing in front of the VP’s desk and look pitiful. But I am going to work tomorrow. I’m a big girl. I can handle it.

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