Update: the contest is now closed after over 120 (!) entries. Thanks so much for all the awesome comments. I’ll be announcing a winner shortly. Check out the free content we’re posting over at the Traffic School site in the mean time.
One week from today I’ll be launching the biggest product I’ve put together in the past two years. I almost can’t wait.
Traffic School is a complete course on building thriving online audiences. The course will teach you how to build an audience of raving fans that will become the foundation of your online business.
The course is built on a robust framework called the Thriving Audience Framework that I put together with the help of 13 ridiculously successful online entrepreneurs and bloggers. Those 13 special guests (I’ll announce who they are shortly) each contributed guest lessons to the course.
The course is chock-full of resources to help you build an audience, including lots of videos, audio files, transcripts, checklists, workbooks and more.
Traffic School is much more than education, and you’ll hear all about the special interactive features and extra traffic-building resources within the course starting tomorrow.
For now, I want to give away a “full-ride scholarship” to Traffic School to one lucky reader. This isn’t a light weight giveaway either; this course will be changing the lives of the limited group of students who enroll next week. If you win, you’ll get full access to the entire program.
To win a copy, all you have to do is leave a comment below and tell me why you should win.
I’m looking for someone who will make the most of the course. You should have a website or blog that needs a much bigger audience, or simply have an idea for a website or blog that you want to launch. In either case, tell me why you and your site should win a spot in Traffic School.
I’ll be reviewing entries between now and tomorrow (Wednesday, February 23rd at 10pm central time). I’ll announce the winner on Thursday.
If you’d like to vote for someone else’s answer in the comments, feel free to do that in lieu of your own entry. If you decide to enter for yourself, please keep your comment as brief as you can while still getting your point across.
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