I just completely restructured and expanded my intensive Advanced Google+ Local training program. Doubled the time and added tons of content - without increasing the price.
There is SO much important new info with all the new problems (like moves, do not support problems, etc.) and all the new G+ merge stuff that needs to be covered, that I could not cover it all in 1 session.
Expanded from 2 to 4 hours. Spit into 2 group training sessions over 2 days. Same price. Details at link above.
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