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by CaptainCode

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April 22nd, 2014

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This spring, Visual Link Spanish celebrates FRIENDSHIP. Introduce your friends to our award-winning Spanish learning system and reap some rewards for yourself!

With AMIGOS promo that runs from now, April 22 and ends on May 23, 23:59 IST, share the joy of learning Spanish with your friends and enjoy a HUGE discount.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Like our page on FB (in case you haven’t done it yet).
  2. Recommend Visual Link Spanish software to a friend.
  3. The friend makes a purchase AFTER the start of the incentive, 22 April 2014.
  4. You message us your name and registered email, and your friend’s name & registered email. Please send your messages here, on Visual Link Spanish official Facebook page.
  5. We send you a one-time-use 90% coupon code which you can use for any Visual Link Spanish course or bundle.
  6. The promo runs from Tuesday April 22, 2014 through Friday, May 23, 2014.

Sounds good? Last but not least, at the end of the promo, all referrers will participate in a lucky draw, standing the chance to win a special prize… Stay tuned for more! ;)

by CaptainCode

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March 3rd, 2014

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spring big

Sale ends this Friday, so NOW is the time! Visit us today!

by Jake Beus

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December 13th, 2011

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I am excited to announce the Visual Link Spanish 12 Days of Christmas, which began yesterday. If you follow us on Twitter and Facebook, you should already be aware of this. The Visual Link Spanish Level 1 course is broken up into 13 sections like greetings, comprehension, and travel. Customers who purchase Level 1 receive mp3 audio lessons from each of the sections. We are giving away those audio lessons for free. The best way to stay updated is to ‘Like’ us on Facebook and ‘Follow’ us on Twitter.

There are a few Spanish audio courses which are sold for hundreds of dollars. Each day you get the audio from 1 section for free. Be sure to pass this along to all your friends, neighbors, and acquaintances who have a burning desire to learn Spanish online.

Just because it’s the Christmas season doesn’t mean you need to spend every penny that you have. We want to help out your pockets. We do our best to keep our prices low so that if someone has the misfortune of spending all their money on Christmas, it won’t be because of us. If you happen to receive or give the gift of Visual Link Spanish this Christmas season, then know that you will be giving and receiving a gift that will last a lifetime and open doors for your future.

Once again, the best way to stay updated on our deals is to ‘Like’ us on Facebook and ‘Follow us’ on Twitter. We will be having a few Christmas Spanish video lessons soon, and we will be posting those here on the blog, on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can access all of our free Spanish video lessons on the Visual Link Languages YouTube channel.

by Dave Clark

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December 7th, 2011

¡Hola Amigos!

If you didn’t learn anything for Junior High or High School Spanish, don’t worry – you’re not alone – neither did I or anyone else I’ve ever talked to…or at least not enough to carry on a real conversation with native Spanish speakers.

Let me be clear up front that the fault usually doesn’t lie with our Spanish teachers – they’re generally very creative, hard working and underpaid. The challenge is the old-style curriculum they’re required to use. They’re using the same tools that have been used for hundreds of years – text books…and in this economy, some don’t even have text books. Granted, some are slightly more advanced technologically and have “software” that comes with the text books. However, it is usually a glorified picture dictionary on CD or simple quiz system. It’s not a system for teaching Spanish.

To put it succinctly, Junior High and High School Spanish curriculum isn’t meant to teach you to converse in Spanish, it’s meant to teach you lists of vocabulary, grammar rules and verb conjugations.

I’ll continue on my personal vendetta in a minute, but first, I want to show you my favorite Spanish YouTube video that illustrates what is learned from the first semester of Spanish in the academic school system. This video is so funny because it is completely true!

Hopefully you thought that was as funny as I did.

Now back to my personal vendetta.

Unfortunately, you really don’t learn to converse with native speakers in academic Spanish (Junior High, High School and even most colleges). Sadly, in many cases it is simply a waste of time.

My first daughter took Junior High Spanish and regressed from the Spanish I had taught her as a child. She was embarrassed to speak with proper pronunciation because nobody else in her class did (including the teacher unfortunately).

Personally, after taking 2 years of Spanish in Junior High, I finally learned Spanish after living abroad for 2 years. I also got a degree in Spanish and taught it for 3 years at a university.

From my frustrating experience teaching academic Spanish at a university using the horse-and-buggy approach, the Visual Link Spanish course was born.

I knew there had to be a better way – a way that could teach proper, grammatically correct Spanish, without having to memorize word lists, rules and focusing on verb conjugations – similar to the way kids learn, but using the resources of the adult mind.

After years of research, heavy collaboration from native speakers, and teaching hundreds of people in the community and business setting, we had developed a system that gets you conversational quick by categorizing words into different groups that can be used like building blocks to form sentences. We then spent the next 10 years turning it into the software and online Spanish lessons we have available for you today in a 1-month free trial.

Now, there you have it, the birth of the Visual Link Spanish course – a result of over 16 years of intense research and development to give you the best experience out there for learning Spanish. We firmly believe that statement and our customers also affirm it.

¡Gracias por estar conmigo! (Thanks for joining me!)

¡Hasta luego Amigos!

by Jake Beus

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November 25th, 2011

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Black Friday Sale

Our Black Friday sale begins NOW and ends on Friday, November 25 at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time. We saved some physical courses for the holidays. After they’re gone, we’re converting to online and download only. Use this coupon code for 50% off current sale prices on all products in our online catalog:

Coupon Code: BLACK
Code expires Friday at 11:59 P.M. (Eastern Standard Time)

Click to Visit Our Online Catalog

Visit the catalog anytime between now and 11:59 PM EST to order Visual Link Spanish products for 50% off. It doesn’t matter if it’s for you or someone else. If one of your goals for the 2012 is to learn Spanish, then you might as well get the best product for the best price. Best of luck and happy shopping!

by Jake Beus

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November 22nd, 2011

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Black Friday Sale

Our Black Friday sale begins NOW and ends on Friday, November 25 at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time. We saved some physical courses for the holidays. After they’re gone, we’re converting to online and download only. Use this coupon code for 50% off current sale prices on all products in our online catalog:

Coupon Code: BLACK
Code expires Friday at 11:59 P.M. (Eastern Standard Time)

Click to Visit Our Online Catalog

by Dave Clark

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October 12th, 2011

We need your feedback on a new possible way to learn Spanish: Visual Link + Weekly Video Chats

Come share your opinion on our Facebook Survey: Would you like to learn Spanish in video chat groups?

If we get a large enough response, we may consider forming groups that meet for an hour each week.

How it Would Work

Our idea is to sell a monthly subscription to the Visual Link Spanish Level I course for only $9.99 per month. Individuals would learn a particular section during the week, then they would come to their video chat group (which would be free) for an hour to practice with 9 others. Individuals would create 10 questions, from the given weekly section, then come to the video chat group and take turns asking and answering questions in Spanish.

There would be a group leader (also learning Visual Link Spanish Level I) who would help coordinate and guide the conversation and questions.

The sessions would go for 8 – 10 weeks or so. Participants would study on their own, then come once a week, at a given time, to practice with their group.

Your Feedback will Help Us Decide

That being said, if we get a big enough response, we will seriously consider starting these type of groups.

So…we need your feedback.

If you have ideas on how this could better work to help you learn Spanish, please let us know. We are open to suggestions as we are the focus-group phase at this point.

Once again, to participate in the survey, please visit http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish to vote on the survey. You can either leave us feedback on Facebook or feel free to comment here on our blog.

¡Gracias Amigos!

by Jake Beus

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August 9th, 2011

JJ Barea

I will be highlighting famous people from Spanish-speaking countries from time to time. Lately the most famous Puerto Ricans have been Jennifer Lopez and J.J. Barea. So here is a little bit of information about each of them so you can keep up on the latest. It’s fun to know what the latest is as a conversation piece with native Spanish speakers.

J.J. Barea – Over the past couple of weeks, J.J. Barea has been participating in parades in Dallas and in Puerto Rico. He is the backup point guard on the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks. He recently shot himself into fame by picking apart the Los Angeles Lakers, Oklahoma City Thunder, and the Miami Heat. He was a crucial part of the Mavericks’ championship run. People call him JJ, but his full name is José Juan Barea Mora. At 5’9” tall, he is the envy of short guys playing at local gyms everywhere. Let’s not to forget to mention he is dating the former Miss Universe, Zuleyka Rivera, who is also from Puerto Rico.

Jennifer Lopez – J-Lo has become the center of attention again. She was one of 3 judges on American Idol this year, and the lone female alongside Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson. She was actually born in the Bronx, New York to Puerto Rican parents from Ponce, Puerto Rico. She is an actress, singer, record producer, dancer, television personality, fashion designer and television producer. She is currently married to singer Marc Anthony. She gave birth to twins on February 22, 2008. Jennifer Lopez was named ‘People’ magazine’s Most Beautiful Person in April 2011.

In my opinion, these 2 have been the most famous Puerto Ricans recently. If you agree or disagree, I would love to hear your comments.

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