Keep as much as you can 'free' to help those who are new...
Helping new folks is an important task...
Possibly offer more ways to get courses free as you did for the blogging course.
Mark Jones commented
Don't forget, Simpleology isn't only helping us, it's providing funds for ConstructZero.org which helps those in real dire need.
If you apply the principles of the free Simpleology 101, and then 102 and 103 you would have most the skills you need to start making (more) money.
If you are still struggling (and even if you aren't), pop into the Simpleology forums and ask for help. There are a lot of people who are happy to help with their expertise and experience.
Mark Jones commented
Anonymous said: "I understand that the entire system cannot be free but i am intrested in Simpleology Premium. Maybe that can be free for 101 users as well."
Simpleology Premium *is* the whole system. You pay monthly to get every course ever released now and in future. If they give that away they're giving away the whole thing for free which wouldn't be good.
What about offering different levels of membership perhaps? Instead of just introductory and then pay for everything else per class??? Just at thought. :)
Mark Joyner commented
yep, we plan to keep 101 free ... and the core of the software free ... I don't foresee that changing.
Hi, I understand that the entire system cannot be free but i am intrested in Simpleology Premium. Maybe that can be free for 101 users as well. I am from South Africa and $1 is about R8 here so the Premium is quite expensive for us this side.
Amaury Chang commented
how did this get so many votes?
Nicolas Dreyfus commented
Only Air is FREE the rest you have to buy one way or an other with Time / Energy or Money ....
What'sFree has little perceive value but it could be sold for a Token ($1.00) or a recommendation.
Tedi Soriano commented
I agree with the basics being free since it makes it easier to recommend it to friends to try out
BUT, in my opinion, if the whole system is free, then you could have random people signing-up just for the heck of it and not really serious in learning the system, and it will affect us serious users since they would be eating-up bandwidth and use-up other technical parts of the system.
Also, if the whole system is free, then some random users will not follow the sequence and might start of with the most advanced part and give a bad review due to misunderstanding
I don't think the number of categories needs increasing but I agree with trying to keep the basics free. Simpleology has changed my life. It wouldn't have if I'd had to pay for it at outset.
jim hennessy commented
increase the number of categoriesthat are free