The last few weeks have been a huge learning curve for me. To be more precise it has been a life-changing decision. I was looking for a digital marketing course to join during the lockdown. Tried a lot of courses but I wasn’t satisfied. Finally decided to seek the help of Google baba and started with Facebook ads. Most of my ads got rejected and I didn’t know the reason.
That’s when I came through Digital Deepak’s mastery courses. I was actually overwhelmed with the content but like anyone, I was hesitant to buy the course. I started to attend all the webinars hosted by Deepak.
His webinars made me wonder how one can provide so much valuable content in a free webinar. For example, the 3 hours of the webinar on lead generation itself can be a course. Link on the below link to watch the video.
After giving a lot of thought I joined the internship program and after which there was no looking back. Every week I was overwhelmed with the content and he works really hard for delivering the best content.
As a digital marketing program, it would have been easier for him to teach us only digital marketing concepts and strategies. But he ensured that we understood the basics of marketing before continuing with the entire course. Because digital is just a medium through which the marketing is done.
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Assignments are given in such a way that it ensures you will be able to face all the challenges be it content writing, video creation, or SEO optimization. The internship covers all the digital marketing concepts and so does the assignment.
Without any guidance, you can waste your valuable years trying to practice from various sources. Instead, you must follow the example set by Masters throughout the ages and find the proper mentor. The mentor-protégé relationship is the most efficient and productive form of learning. Deepak is one such mentor.
I have completed 9 weeks of internship and I am already confident of kick-starting my digital marketing career. Some of my fellow interns have already got their first client.
Every week we will be given a video that covers the wide area of content in the particular topic followed by an assignment explanation session. Where he explains the assignment and how it should be done. But what about our doubts?! Here comes the best part, after the main video and assignment explanation there will be a Q&A session where you get all your doubts will be cleared.
It’s a paid internship but you get all your money back that you paid. How? After you submit every assignment there is an assured cashback amount. It’s a 12-week program and by the time you complete the program, you will get all your money back. And guess what?! the top 100 students will get an additional bonus which means if you perform well, you will get more than what you paid.
I have not seen anyone teaching digital marketing in such an easy and practical way. There are also four bonus weeks which cover the 4 main aspects of digital marketing like Personal branding, Affiliate marketing & Blogging, Freelancing, Digital mentoring. The internship also comes with an amazing community and mentors who are always there to guide you throughout the program.
I like the fact that it forces you to implement and take action. Because if you don’t submit the assignment you will not get the cashback. Now, you may be thinking what if my assignments get rejected?! If your assignment is rejected for some reason, you will again be given an opportunity to correct your assignment and resubmit it.
The program focuses on learning, implementation, and getting results. Because when you get results it will motivate you to move further and take the next action steps. The program covers almost every concept of Digital marketing like keyword research, niche selection, lead generation, email marketing, SEO, Facebook ads, Google ads, etc.
People who take action have already started to get results. I myself have two freelancing opportunities in hand. And the magic wouldn’t have been possible without the mentor-like Deepak.
And as a community, we help and collaborate with each other online and offline. When you have stuck somewhere a small message in the telegram group will always save the day be it WordPress or lead generation the group members are always there to support you and help you through the assignment.
Now that I spoke about our community helping each other, here’s an example. For week 10 we are supposed to get at least 3 backlinks for our blog as a part of our assignment. We exchanged links within ourselves. One of my interns had a very thoughtful and sweet gesture. checkout ‘A little help for my friends‘ blog post by Prasad Gangan.
I can feel the transformation. I was a fresher who thought digital marketing is just advertising online. Deepak changed my perspective and approach to digital marketing. This is the best mechanism to make people learn. Because I myself have bought all the mastery courses. Since I am not an action taker, I did not complete those. But this internship has forced me to take action. And only because I took action, I got the result.
I felt that it is my responsibility to share my learnings with you. The entire digital Deepak team is very helpful and they ensure that even the small queries are answered. I feel happy that I took the right decision to join the internship program. So what are you waiting for? Just go for it.
To join the internship you need to fill the application form. Once you are selected, you will receive and mail from Deepak. Followed by there will be a webinar that explains all the processes of the internship program. Acceptance to the program is strictly application based.
Even the free webinar conducted by Deepak is completely valued packed. It’s like a golden opportunity. Do not miss it guys. Invest your time and money where you can learn and earn at the same time.
After the payment you will get the payment receipt immediately by email.
Stay tuned. I will be sharing more from my internship and digital marketing journey. The more you share the more you will get.
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