Ed Dale is a well-intentioned and generous person, and he wonâ€™t steer you wrong. You will meet a lively, energetic bunch of folks in the TDC forum, you will work with a team, and there is a convention in San Diego the next month to cap it all off. I attended in 2006 and did some valuable networking.
The 30 Day challenge takes at least one hour per day to follow, and at least another hour per day to implement, but you will learn a lot and perhaps have your own website and product to promote by the end of it.
Another excellent product to check out is John Reeseâ€™s Traffic secrets 2.0. He guides you through the basics to the advanced steps to build a complete online business, itâ€™s not just for traffic. Itâ€™s well worth it if you work it a minimum of 3 to 5 hours per week.
If you are serious about building an internet-based business, you will purchase ONE multi-topic home study course or coaching program and work it with a partner or mastermind team. Lynn Terry’s SSWT forum provides a great resource for finding others to work with on your projects. Be sure to take advantage of it. Check out one of the discussions on her blog: 20-in-20.