Why you should NOT join Inc Academy - Honest Views

Why you should NOT join Inc Academy - Honest Views

April 24, 2019

Not all courses are created equal and not all courses will be suitable for you. If you resonate with any of the following scenarios, Inc Academy Programs might simply not the best fit for you. 


Inc Academy is a very reputed and well established training business. We care for your experience & money you are investing in training. 


So we want to keep it very transparent, you Should NOT join Inc Academy: 


1). If you DON'T want Practical Experience and are looking for only Theoretical Knowledge.


Simply put, no one can teach you to swim or drive a vehicle, without practical experience? It is impossible! You have to get into the water to learn swimming and you have to be out on the road to learn driving. Creating Digital Marketing strategy and campaigns is the same, you have to do it yourself in a course that is practice oriented.


About 10 years ago, a friend of mine approached me for Marketing Consultancy for his start-up. Despite having a Marketing MBA from one of the leading business schools in the world, he could barely do marketing for himself.


What he needed was customers – NOW.


He needed SEO, Search Engine Advertising, online lead generation – none of which was discussed in his MBA, laden as it was with theoretical knowledge and case-studies on US and European blue-chip brands. 


A few years later my friend had created a business with millions in revenues – with practical, actionable marketing strategies I made, with 100% focus on return on investment.


This is the story and philosophy I have carried to every Brand/Business I work with, and every course I deliver. Doing Digital Marketing successfully is all about using practical knowledge to acquire the right customer, on the right platform, with the right message, at the right time. And that’s what we teach at Inc Academy, with little or no theory and 100% practical and experiential learning -with live demonstrations, hands-on training and region-specific case studies.


2). If you DON'T Like Learning in Classroom Sessions, which promotes open exchange of ideas