Trainual Saas On A Budget: 6 Tips

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Trainual is the fast, easy, and fun way to learn anything. In this blog post we’ll be providing tips for those of you who are looking for trainual Saas 27m altos ventures but might not have the financial resources to pay for it.

As a company that’s been around since 2015 and teaches everything from coding to wedding photography, we’ve seen hundreds of new signups each day. And while many people are able to pay for our service with our money back guarantee, there is always a group of people who need some help paying for it.

So if you are interested in Trainual but can’t afford the $20/month, please read on.

This is by no means an all-inclusive list of tips for Trainual, so if you have a tip that’s not mentioned here that has worked for you, please leave a comment below.

1. Sell your stuff on eBay or some other site

I cannot even tell you how many products I’ve sold on eBay. For example: I once sold a Nintendo DS (USA) system in perfect condition with Nintendo DS games and accessories (all sealed) for $100. And before that it was an iPod touch, which I sold for $50 . Some of the things I’ve sold: electronics, laptops, game systems, clothing and more.

Not only can you make enough money to cover at least a portion of your subscription fee for Trainual per sale (some sellers on eBay make up to $10,000 per month), but you’ll also have an easy-to-sell product that would be hard to find at a local store.

2. Try Craigslist or some other free classifieds site

If you live in an area of big cities like New York or San Francisco, chances are there are free classified sites where people sell their stuff on a daily basis. 

I recently sold a working iPhone 5 (USA) on Craigslist.com for $200. Again, some people make a lot of money on Craigslist because they are able to take quick action and sell their products in bulk.

3. Sell your own service

If you’re good at doing something, try selling your service online for something you normally would go to the store for. For example, if you’re good at fixing iPhones (or anything else), try to sell those services under an alias name or business name and make some extra cash. I’ve done this in the past and made a pretty good living off of it because of my ability to multi-task so easily (I was able to fix someone’s iPhone while coding).

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4. Borrow from family, friends or a bank

If you’re in a bind and need Trainual but don’t have any money to spend, consider asking your loved ones for a loan. I’ve known people who have borrowed several thousand dollars from their parents or relatives to start their own business and it ended up turning into the next billion dollar company (I assume). 

If you can’t borrow money from your loved ones, go to a bank. Chances are they’ll be more than happy to lend you thousands of dollars at an interest rate if they think they’ll get that money back with interest.

5. Save up some money and then buy Trainual

If you have no money to pay for Trainual, consider saving up a little cash. I started off with $53 and then bought a Trainual for $20. If you really want to learn how to learn, I recommend that you do what I did – save up $100, buy Trainual and then pay for the next three months with the $100 you saved. There will always be some “emergency” in your life where it might appear that you don’t have enough money to buy Trainual.  That’s when you’ll have to decide if this is important enough for you. It was for me; so I saved up enough money and bought Trainual (and then paid for them with the advance payment).

6. Use your mother’s credit card

If you’re under 21 years of age and you want to learn something like wedding photography, but your parents won’t give you money for it, consider using mom and dad’s credit card. If you’re really reluctant to ask your family members for money or save up $100, use your mother’s credit card (or anyone else’s credit card) and pay off the entire amount of Trainual. I’m not even joking, this is how my mother set me up with Trainual in the first place.

Conclusion of this article:

In the end, I hope we’ve provided some great tips for those of you interested in learning on Trainual but can’t afford it. I also hope that if you did read this article you found it at least somewhat helpful. Trainual is a great product and has helped hundreds of people learn new things. It’s definitely worth the money for anyone who’s willing to pay for it. If you’re in that situation, please consider the tips above so you don’t have to resort to using your mother’s credit card…

Cheers!

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