Masterclass Week 7

Well we are moving forward in John Thornhill’s Marketing Masterclass.  This week we are continuing to Blog and to review each others sites to get ideas for are own sites and to help others that are having problems with things we have already resolved on our own.  To that point John has now set up a Masterclass Forum so we can get to know each other better and share our knowledge and experiences with each other.  The forum has only been up just over a day now and let me tell you it is being well used.  I learned several things about HTML coding in posts and blogs.  John posted an additional video about sending a bulk email out from our AWeber account using our lists being developed through our blogs which helped me for the future.  I would love to send out a bulk email, but lets be serious….at this point I only have 4 subscribers.  Guess I need to drive more traffic to my site. (I can use help here people!)

In any case this week is stretching me into areas that I have never been involved with before.  I never used a forum before, but it seems to be working out well.  Then by reading one of my classmates help pages I followed him to Twitter where I now have an account.  Follow me to Twitter  See what I mean, this is all new to me, but I am making progress.


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4 thoughts on “Masterclass Week 7

  1. Phil says:

    Hi Jay and Lynne,

    Hey don’t knock your blog with only 4 subscribers. Well now you have 1 more. And as an additional point your blog is 25th out of 114 blogs on JTs blogroll with 184 inbound links. Now that is not to be sniffed at.

    Have a look here and you see what I did,
    and you will see what I mean.

    Week 7 is a wee bit tricky. Up until now it was all quite straight forward. Now JT expects us to sit down and think for a week. 10 things. hmmmm.



  2. Jay Mueller says:


    First of all,thanks for signing up. Second I did check out the list and I find it pretty interesting, and it gives me a bit more confidence about this whole thing. Thanks for the pep talk. Also thanks for taking the time to post the numbers. I hope everyone likes them, and even if they don’t, I hope you continue to do so.


  3. Hi Jay. Keep on bloggin’ and you will get the results you desire. I like the links you’ve placed on your sidebar to the resources that you’ve used on your site (e.g. Aweber, Planet Divinity, etc) I assume they are affiliate links! Good idea!

    1. Jay Mueller says:


      They are affiliate links, but I am using all of them. It gives them credit where credit is due and if someone buys their products it is money in my pocket too. Its just a win, win situation all around.


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