A bit hard to digest this one but the Quick Start Challenge is finally
over (a newer version just re-opened here!)
Even though there won’t be any tears of joy I have to tell you that I learned quite a lot from it and I wish it lasted a bit longer.
If you’ve read my review, Dean’s Challenge was only four weeks long and even though it felt like just one week to me, I learned quite a lot of things.
If you’re just getting started, this training is going to take you by the hand and leave you with a blog, traffic and subscribers willing to opt-in to your lead capture form.
If you’re already a bit more advanced marketer, meaning that you already have your blog up and running, already know how to drive traffic and getting constant subscribers, you can still learn about proper organization and time management.
There are some amazing not announced surprise bonuses inside that deal a little bit more with the self help topic so if you need something of that, this has it as well.
The Quick Start Challenge Community
I’m not sure how many we were in the whole first generation (I think this training is going to be opened again) but I counted a litte bit more than 100+ and I connected with a lot of them.
There are people that are just getting started and there are people that are already successful so there’s a wide array of levels of expertise amongst the QSC students.
The main site hosts a blogroll in the sidebar with featured members and as it is dynamic, you can get exposure to other students in the training.
At first I never thought I was going to get any traffic from that but Clicky proved me wrong.
There is a forum hosted inside the Quick Start Challenge main menu and even though it is small (we’re a bit more than 100+ students so far I think) the forum is pretty active and it’s starting to get more active with time.
The Facebook Group
The facebook group has a LOT of activity.
Many members share their tips over there and are constantly supporting each other.
I’m not a big fan of Facebook but I do check in with the group from time to time and I can tell you that place is growing really fast now.
The Skype Group
Just as the Facebook Group, the Skype Group has been growing a lot lately.
This was created almost since the beginning (facebook group was created last) and there’s a major buzz going on almost at all times in here.
I’ll be super brief with this (I can’t type too much lately, read my previous posts)
Week 1 is all about creating your blog and learning how to plan your week’s activities and more important… sticking to them!
Week 2 is about driving traffic. I have to say I knew both strategies already but I never knew how important was one of them. My traffic has definitely increased in the past days.
Week 3 is about list building. How can you get started, what to do if you don’t have anything to offer and many more tips.
Week 4 is all about taking action. Understanding the power behind automated campaigns and living the instant Internet Lifestyle.
As I already said, the training is divided into four sections corresponding to each week.
You’re given assignments on each week that you need to complete in order to be able to follow through with the rest of the training and at least on my generation, there was a few $5K prizes (high level coaching) for the people that did an amazing job on each of the challenges presented.
Dean Holland’s Quick Start Challenge Testimonial
A video speaks more than a 1,000 words so let’s see if that’s true.
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If you’re a seasoned marketer, already have a blog, building your list and making some money, maybe this won’t be the best course for you.
However if you’re a long-term newbie, have a blog but don’t have the right direction or aren’t sure of what to do next, then this is definitely going to help you out.
Hope you liked my short testimonial!