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What percentage of your students are successful?


Updated: February 3, 2016

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  1. Thank you for making the point that success looks different for everyone. I finished the course before I quit my physically demanding part-time job. I didn’t push any marketing for a month or so, because I did not want to take a job before I had the time in my schedule to devote to it properly. I’m not one who made a four-digit monthly income the first couple of months. That’s okay, because I want to do this slowly. I want my clients’ money to be well spent, and I believe I’m doing that. Those who have fewer other commitments have different results, and that’s great for them! We all have to do it our way, or it won’t last.

    1. So true. We can’t live life trying to be like someone else!! I’ve had to learn that the hard way… multiple times 🙂

  2. Very good article! I graduated about four months ago and have found it very slow going. Partly because my attempts to make connections and promote myself were interrupted by life disruptions, and partly just not seeing results beyond a couple one-time jobs despite researching, emailing, calling, trying Facebook and other sites, and reaching out to court reporters through the recommendation of a family friend who’s a lawyer.

    But! I’m keeping at it and after seeing the information added to the course regarding LinkedIn and social media promotion I put in some dedicated time figuring out what I was doing there. Between that and an unexpected opportunity through CSRNation I’m starting to see some much more promising developments now.

    It would’ve been very easy to give up before this point, though, rather than stepping back, taking stock, and learning some new approaches.

    1. Awesome, Emily 🙂 Marketing is an ever-evolving beast — what works for one person may not work for the next. Things change year to year as technology keeps stirring things up. I’m glad you went back and checked out the new tutorials!! I plan to keep adding them so you guys always have an edge.

  3. Hi Caitlin.
    Do you have any clients or students from Australia?
    After watching your tutorial I am interested in signing up but not sure how I will be impacted in terms of spelling and clients etc.

    1. No clients from Australia. Not sure if I have students from Oz or not, but I do have UK students, and native speakers from the Philippines, native speakers living in Ecuador, Costa Rica, Kenya, Puerto Rico… as long as you can accept PayPal, it really shouldn’t be an issue. Depending on your willingness to harness the American way of spelling things, that shouldn’t be a problem either 🙂

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