Multi Modality Traffic Grab Course Caters to Different Learning Styles
James Schramko has delivered on his latest product, Traffic Grab – a training course for grabbing targeted traffic. Having anticipated the learning needs of different customers, the course is made available in multiple media formats.
Sydney, Australia (April 21, 2011) – The incorporation of videos in instructional materials has become the standard as of late. In truth, not having a video would make one’s product seem overly outdated. Fortunately, today’s technology allows for easy creation of such videos which can be shared via popular video submission sites.
Traffic Grab’s Content module covers various lessons on how to prepare high quality videos as a powerful addition to anyone’s arsenal and is up for viewing at http://www.trafficgrab.com 100% free of charge – no e-mail opt-in required.
The entire course (over 9 hours long) is delivered in a high quality streaming video format voiced over by James Schramko. However, because the market is often quite diverse, videos are not always what customers want – an important lesson to all would-be marketers.
“In line with what I am teaching inside Traffic Grab, my team has prepared various formats of the course for paid subscribers to enjoy” says Mr. Schramko “and they are readily available for download for portable consumption”.
All videos are available in smaller-sized mp4 format compatible with portable devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod – ideal for people regularly on the move.
For easy listening and/or reverse and rewind, mp3 versions of the videos are also available, as well as high quality PDFs of the slides for easy reference.
Subscribers who prefer to read or are aiming to distribute the training material to their teams can avail of a lavish 300 plus page PDF transcription of the entire course. It comes complete with images and slides presented in the videos.
Regardless of which format paid subscribers prefer, a PDF copy of the “Spaghetti Bowl” map is available both in normal and high definition.
Traffic Grab is a training course for amassing targeted traffic, not software.
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