I rarely run a special on my products, but I’m doing it today, September 27, 2007 to celebrate freedom.
My flagship products are my Fiction 101 and Fiction 201 lecture series. I’ve taught these at writing conferences across the country. Last year, I created them as software products that run in any web browser, which lets you SEE my notes and HEAR me lecture.
Fiction 101 and Fiction 201 are available on CD or as large electronic downloads.
Recently, I’ve outsourced the CD distribution to Kunaki.com. That means FREEDOM for me from the drudgery of packing CDs in envelopes and mailing them off. It saves me MONEY, which I can pass on to my customers in lower prices. I have already cut the price of the CDs by about 20%.
To celebrate that FREEDOM, I’m slashing the price of a CD by ANOTHER 50%. Just for today, September 27, 2007.
I rarely run a 24-hour special, but when I do, hundreds of people typically take advantage. If you don’t have Fiction 101 or Fiction 201 and you want it, TODAY is your chance.
To learn more about the 24-hour special on Fiction 101 or Fiction 201, click here.
Daan Van der Merwe says
Yeah! Nothing like 24 hour specials! This was the first time my credit card was presented for a foreign transaction and I didn’t know what to expect. Man! Talk about Tiger Marketing! The transaction was approved in exactly 34 seconds!
Thanks Randy. I’ve quickly browsed through the Fiction 101 stuff and I figure that if I apply myself diligently, I should turn sophomore within exactly three months, one week and four days.
Other than the “Tiger Marketing” section, what is the difference between the two seminars? I already own Fiction 101 and the list of what’s inside the CD is identical except for that one topic.
Does 201 expound further on those other topics?
Randy sez: Yes, Fiction 201 is quite a bit more advanced than Fiction 101. It covers the same topics, but takes you further down the path toward that pesky perfection.
Nevermind. I figured it out.. lol I’m definitely a “freshman”, so 101 is what I need.
Was it my imagination, or did I hear you sipping coffee all the way through the 101 audio?
Thanks to the Power of Suggestion, I drank coffee the entire time I listened to that course. Which I think I did in one day.
You really oughta figure out a way to use that power for the good. If you can recalibrate sound waves, just think how you could completely revolutionalize internet marketing.