Get featured in the Wall Street Journal — today only

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Every 2 weeks, I send out an email newsletter with material that you never see on the blog.

It’s over 45,000 members strong, and it’s filled with insider material that helps my readers get an edge in investments, negotiations, entrepreneurship, and psychology.

I’m sending out another newsletter today at noon. Today’s issue will contain:

  • An exclusive interview with one of my students, Andrew, where he describes exactly how he started earning thousands/month on the side…enough to quit his full-time job and set his own schedule.
  • The weekly opportunity to get featured on ABC News, where I’ll answer your question live on-air
  • Opportunity (today only) to get featured in The Wall Street Journal. Lots of reporters ask me for people to feature in their national columns/TV shows and my subscribers get first crack at the opportunities.

I also use it as a testing ground to give away free PDFs and other goodies to test them and see what you think.

So — the newsletter is free and I make it very, very worthwhile by giving you stuff that nobody else ever sees. And if you don’t like it, you can unsubscribe instantly.

If you’re interested, sign up before 12pm today to get the WSJ details:

(Can’t see the form above? Click here to join my free newsletter.)

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  1. Not sure how I missed your “backhanded comment post” But I’d just like to say:

    Your book sucks less than your blog.

  2. This post has yesterday’s date on it, but I didn’t get anything in my inbox… know why?

  3. Ok I’ll bite and sign up.

  4. Sign up! It’s worth the little tidbits Ramit sprinkles in and it only comes about once a week. Not like that annoying junk mail coming every other day . . .

  5. Thanks Ramit. I continue to be wowed by you.

  6. Hey I can’t wait to see these interviews.