My Test Run of Premium Plus - Part 3
HiGuys and gals,
I have just concluded my test run of Premium plus membership to evaluate what was on offer. Membership expired yesterday.
For those who missed them here is what I learned during my venture into a month-long evaluation of Premium Plus:
Note that since I promote WA's training, I must know all of what is on offer to give balanced feedback.
Secondly, at some point, we all come to the end of what the program has to offer here and need to go higher, bigger. As such it is important to know the options available to us at all times.
Third, I'd seen some titles that seemed to offer training that I am at this point exploring, thus my exploration.
So with my one month almost up, I have just one more feature to address: Hosting for 50 sites as against the hosting for 10 offered to premium members.
Many have highlighted WA as having a very secured platform. As such if you are planning to offer hosting services as part of your membership this may be a great reason to upgrade to premium plus.
I recently explored a few other hosting platforms to see what is on offer. I'll say it is nice to have hosting as part of our membership here because it costs a reasonable sum to host elsewhere.
I am now considering this as part of what I offer through my blog.
while I am interested in learning about email marketing, copywriting, traffic generation and so forth I do not consider the upgrade appealing enough at this time.
However, should there ever be a time when these courses are offered in a step-by-step fashion showing how to set up and scale these areas in an actionable way I may well reconsider?
To the most experienced members, do you sell hosting? Would you consider it?
What do you guys think of what is on offer at the premium plus level?
That's my two cents and a dollar.
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Let me know what is on your mind.