Google+ Course for Freelancers Launches!

Google+ Course for Freelancers Launches!

February 7, 2012 by

After several months in the making, I’m pleased to announce the launch of my ecourse for freelancers and small businesses!

‘The Freelancer’s Guide to Winning Incredible Clients through Google+ Mastery’

The step-by-step course, split into three ebooks, has already received a great amount of praise and already a number of great testimonials, which I’m very grateful for.

I’m happy to share the course with you at a special launch price of 65%-off, though this ends on Friday evening 10th February, so you should think about getting in there before the price is raised.

The course shows you how to…

  • Land bigger and better jobs
  • Stand out from the rest on Google+
  • Make more money, more often
  • Save time through streamlining your online activity.

>> Read a free chapter of the course here <<


“Alex clearly understands the relevance and importance of Google+ for personal brands. This course is a must-read for not just freelancers, but anyone looking to land their next job.”

Kelly Clay, Technology writer,

“Mathers’ digestible insights, examples and to-the-point tutorials allow you to master Google+ in an efficient but highly effective manner.”

Jacob Cass, Designer, Just Creative Design

“Everything I wanted to know was here in one place, as well as insights into possibilities I never would have considered on my own.”

Joanna Falon, Illustrator


>> Buy and learn more about the course here <<

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About the Author: Alex Mathers

Alex is a project starter, sometimes finisher, writer and illustrator. He started Red Lemon Club in 2009 with the aim of helping talented creative people leave their mark.

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