After a couple of months of fairly strenuous work since I arrived back in Spain, we’ve finally launched the initial version of our new English teaching website Ingles.fm.
Geared towards the Spanish speaking world, we will over the next few months be creating a range of audio-visual products to compliment the Tools of Fluency package that James – my partner in Ingles.fm – has already put together.
It would be really appreciated if you could help us out by becoming a Facebook fan of ours, following us on Twitter, or buying one of our fabulous products ;-).
For those interested in the technical side of things, we’ve built the site in WordPress (2.8.5) using a modified version of the Thesis WordPress Theme from DIYthemes. Thesis takes the already fabulous framework of WordPress and turns it into a Ferrari ‘blogging’ platform, with great support for SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) ‘out of the box’.
Apart from this we are using Paypal for payment processing and E-Junkie to manage our Digital Downloads and password protection.
Finally, we’ve put in an affiliate system so that anyone can join up, place links and banners on their blog/website to ivozi.com, and make 40% commission per sale. Please support us, and sign up today! It takes 5-10 mins of your time and you can even make money by posting an occasional link to our website from the likes of Facebook or MySpace. Find out how here.
4 thoughts on “New English teaching website IVOZI launched!”
learning english is quite easy, there arem any tutorials on the internet and some audiobooks too ~”`
Thanks Led Spots, yes, English is easy for some people (and not so easy for others), and someone has to upload the tutorials and audiobooks to the internet for them to be there in the first place, which is what we’re doing… 🙂
I have been made aware of you website from a friend who is using it to improve her English and I am very impressed with both the quality and content. I am an expat living just south of Barcelona and intend to use your site in reverse in order to improve my Spanish, keep up the good work.
Thanks Liz! We’ve had a couple of people contacting us to tell us they’re using it in reverse… interesting idea 🙂