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SparkplugU – Work at Home Training

July 21st, 2008 posted by · 1 Comment

Today I received an e-mail from a colleague of mine who has been using SparkplugU for the last week or so. She happens to be a work at home mom and absolutely swears by this new service — thus the reason for this review.

For those of you that aren’t familiar with the service… SparkplugU is an online training centre that offers courses and tutorials for at home workers. For a small monthly fee, you can get access to numerous courses taught my professionals.

Like many other online training sites, SparkplugU offers shorter courses (they don’t want you to get bored). A class can range from 1.5 hours to four sessions long (1 hour each).

SparkplugU was created by Wendy Piersall. She and her network have been featured on, The Chicago Daily Herald, The Huffington Post, LifeHacker, Success Magazine, and Revenue Magazine.

Each class SparkplugU provides:

  • Course Outline – What you can expect to learn by the end of the class
  • Prerequisites – What you need to know before you take a particular class
  • Course Materials – Some classes will include course materials in the registration cost. But there are no surprise additional expenses, if there are additional books required, you will know exactly what you need up front.
  • Refund Policy – You can cancel after the first session of any live class we offer. Self-paced downloadable classes are non-refundable.

If you’ve been looking to get educated in the online world, preferably the entrepreneurial side of things, then maybe you better check this out. Take a look at their current course list for more information.

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    This is a great business idea. There are countless numbers of individuals out there who don’t have a clue about the online entrepreneurial world. Short courses on relevant subjects should make a killing in this niche. What people don’t realize is that Internet, while very familiar to us bloggers and webmasters, is still quite a novelty for A LOT of people. Sparkplug should do very well for itself educating those people.