Why Traffic School Won’t Be Open to the General Public (and How You Can Join the Private Party)

  • February 23, 2011 by Corbett Barr
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I’m putting the finishing touches on Traffic School and getting ready to open the doors next week. We’ll be enrolling a limited number of new students, but this won’t be a public launch.

You can still get in on the private launch if you’re interested, and I’ll explain how in a minute.

First let me tell you a couple of important things about the program.

Traffic School is the most effective system available for growing a thriving audience and business online.

How do I know? The course framework was distilled from thousands of hours of experience in building successful websites. Not just my experience, but the experience of dozens of wildly successful online entrepreneurs, 14 of whom contributed in-depth lessons to the course that will teach you exactly how to duplicate or exceed their success.

I’m so sure that Traffic School will build a thriving audience for you that I will guarantee your success in the course. I’ll share full details on that guarantee on launch day. I think you’ll be impressed.

I mentioned yesterday in the giveaway that Traffic School is much more than education, it’s a complete system for building online audiences.

In addition to the media-rich lessons (in video, audio, written and interactive formats), you’ll also get exclusive access to interactive features and resources that will walk you through the process of making your website or blog a huge success. We’ll also be there to answer your questions and guide you along the way through instructor interaction.

How to get in on the private launch

Traffic School will be accepting a limited number of new students next week.

I know that not everyone who reads this blog is interested in all the details of the course. Fair enough. Because this course isn’t for everybody and because we have only a limited number of seats available, I’ve decided not to open the course up to the general public for this launch.

For those of you who are interested, we’ll continue this conversation over at the Traffic School site for the coming week. We’ll be giving away a bunch of useful resources to help you build traffic to your site. Even if you don’t enroll in the course, you’ll get a ton of value from the stuff we’re giving away.

Like I said, the launch won’t be open to the general public. I’m not going to announce it here. If you want to get in on the private launch, you can sign up for the special priority notification list and we’ll hold a spot for you if you decide you want to enroll in Traffic School next week.

If you’re new to Think Traffic, I should explain what’s going on here.

This site is about how to get more traffic for your website or blog, but the methods we use are far from typical. In fact, I started this site to expose the empty promises of “experts” who keep saying you just need to use Twitter and Facebook more effectively to build an audience online.

If you’ve tried that, you probably know it doesn’t work that way. If you haven’t yet discovered that the typical advice doesn’t work, maybe I can save you a lot of frustration and wasted effort.

The truth is, if you want to succeed online, you need much more than the same generic advice and recycled “top 10″ lists everyone else is passing around.

Our mission at Think Traffic is to show you what really works and teach you how to build a thriving audience that will become the foundation of a successful online business.

90%+ of what I do here is completely free. In fact, Traffic School is the first premium product I’ve released through Think Traffic. The course definitely isn’t for everyone. It’s really for serious entrepreneurs who are ready to grow and support a successful online business.

If the course isn’t for you, that’s totally cool. I hope you’ll stick around for the free content we publish. Like I said, the course isn’t for everybody, and I understand not everyone can afford the price point. The course will be quite a bit more expensive than an ebook, but much less than the $2,000 big courses like this typically cost.

Anyway, cheers and have an awesome week! Thanks as always for reading.

-Corbett

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Jeedo Aquino February 23, 2011 at 7:47 am

Hi Corbett,

Awesome, you really do things differently. Standing out among others is an art form itself but you make it so easy O.o

Wish you all the best with traffic school. A question though, would it be okay if I recommend other people I know who might need this training?

Corbett February 23, 2011 at 7:51 am

Hey Jeedo, absolutely, feel free to tell people you know if you think they’d be interested. Just make sure to let them know before next Tuesday (when the priority notification list will be closed).

Thanks for asking – great question.

Robert Dempsey February 23, 2011 at 10:16 am

On the list and looking forward to the launch. Question Corbett – are the lessons going to be dripped or will we have access to everything once signed up?

Corbett February 23, 2011 at 10:56 am

Hey Robert, 75% of the lessons will be available instantly after you sign up. The remainder will be added to the course over the following 3 to 4 weeks.

For those who want to take a guided version of the course (recommended actually), we have a system set up to deliver the course over 13 weeks.

Jia Jun February 23, 2011 at 9:22 pm

Awesome Corbett Barr. :D
It seems quite expensive for me as a student with no income yet (as blogging yet to make any real big money. ><)
But I'm seriously looking forward for the Traffic School that would benefits so much people here.

Avadhut February 24, 2011 at 2:39 am

Corbett,
I liked the strategy, rather 3-step formula in the ebook. I am excited to know the details.

All the best.

Matthew Needham March 2, 2011 at 4:34 pm

I think, with out doubt Corbett, that everything you’ve done on here has beeen immensely useful to me. I can only imagine how much more useful the course will be. I wish you every success.

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