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Online Reputation Management Training Workshop

If you’re interested in learning about Online Reputation Management and can get to Vegas on 14 January Andy Beal is putting on a one day event that you should consider.

He’s offering a $100 discount to ProBlogger readers (use the discount code of ‘problogger’ when signing up and you’ll get it). Plus there’s a further $200 early bird discount if you register before 31 December.

This is a day of professional training – particularly targeted for those who look after their company’s reputation management OR for those wanting to offer online reputation management to the services that they offer to others (a service that I think more and more companies will be paying for).

The class size is for 25 so places are limited.

Andy is a growing authority on the topic of online reputation management – in fact I was at a seminar last week where an Aussie reputation management expert who was speaker spoke glowingly of Andy and recommended him as an expert on the topic.

Learn more about what Andy is offering here.

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Comments

  1. Blog Expert says:

    Sounds great and I wish I could get there. It is pretty neat how people always give your readers discounts. It’ll be nice to hear how this goes.

  2. Andy Beal says:

    Thanks for mentioning my workshop Darren. If anyone has a question about it please leave a comment and I’ll be back to answer it. :-)

  3. John Smith says:

    These are some great tips. I was able to take something from this.

  4. Harish says:

    Hmm I wish I get there but I can’t afford to come such long in one day. Any way thanks for mentioning.

  5. Darren Rowse says:

    John Smith – did you read this post? It didn’t even contain any tips….

  6. uwak says:

    Thanks for information….useful event with discuss many interesting topic but very limited just 25

  7. Glen Allsopp says:

    I can vouch that Andy is one of the best in this business (if not the best) and anyone interested in this topic should go and check out his workshop.

    Good luck Andy, and thanks for sharing Darren

    Cheers,
    Glen

  8. Free Footy says:

    Well after reading some very interesting comments.I will try to give it a go..I haven’t been to any workshop before and this can be my lucky event.I hope the seats isn’t already full..

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  10. timmy says:

    @Darren: It almost looks as if “John Smith” was a spammer who forgot the useless links!

  11. Andy Beal says:

    Thanks Glen!

    @uwak – by keeping the event limited to just 25, I can ensure that everyone gets personalized attention and their questions answered.

  12. Andy Beal says:

    @Free Footy – we still have some space. I hope you’ll join us!

  13. Outlet says:

    Can you recommend me any other trainers except Andy Beal. I am not free on January.

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