This Self-Publishing Course Is Free… And Great Too

If David thinks it’s good – it is!

David Gaughran

When I heard someone was giving away a self-publishing course, I was a little skeptical, presuming it was either some kind of bait-and-switch or an opportunity for some hardcore upselling.

But I was wrong.

Iain Rob Wright has done something pretty amazing. He has created a pretty damn comprehensive course on self-publishing and marketing – over 50 hours of HD Video – and he has made it all free. Not the first bit free. Not free for a limited time. Not free if you also buy this, or agreed to be assailed by that.

Just free.

Iain had originally planned to charge quite a lot of money for it, but the idea didn’t sit right with him and just before launching he made the decision to make the whole thing free. The course is called Self-Publishing Mastery and you can enroll here.

You are probably skeptical. And you…

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10 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing this Deb. I may check out a few marketing videos. 🙂

    1. Exactly what I plan on doing.
      Now there’s a surprise.
      Not!

      1. Lol. Well that’s a pleasant surprise. My website crashed yesterday 😦 😦 courtesy of WP. I lost all last week’s posts and all drafts for the coming week, including my Sunday post for your book. I’m currently in process of rewriting it so it can still get out tomorrow 😦

      2. How infuriating! You really don’t have any luck with WP 😦
        I just read an alarming post about a change to WP that is still in beta, but may become a totally new interface – far simpler than this one, but as a result looks like it might have considerably less functionality. That would be typical of them. I so hope it doesn’t come to pass.
        Why can they not just leave well alone when something works? (Or not, in your case!)

      3. NO kidding! I’m a firm believer of the ‘If it ain’t broken’ club. Technology is like a disease, it keeps spreading. Most improving is not. 🙂

      4. I guess it’s a way of keeping people employed. I just wish they would leave well alone, even for a non-techie like me I find the old interface simple to use, why do we need it simplified yet further?
        Not sure if this link will work for you, but just in case, here is the post: http://mailchi.mp/valiantchicken/wordpress-is-about-to-have-its-new-coke-moment?e=09e70bf4be

      5. Wow! I just read it. It sure sounds like the ‘new coke’ to me. Just what I need more grief with WP and self hosted. 😦 P.S. I posted your prequel today 🙂

      6. Let’s hope they don’t adopt it – it will be like starting over from fresh if they do. We really don’t have time to be doing that!
        And thank you for your enthusiastic post! 😀

      7. I pray they don’t. We don’t have time for technical interference! And you are most welcome my friend. 🙂

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