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Winstructor.com announces the signup of its 10,000th member.

Corporations approach us to have our training videos made available to their staff, either on their intranet, or for their support staff to use on their notebook computers. This enables companies to train staff at an affordable price, and reduce their downtime.

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Winstructor.com announced today the signup of its 10,000th member. Two short years ago, Winstructor launched its internet presence with only $4,200, and a handful of MCSE Training Videos. Today, Winstructor is one of the most popular computer training and certification sites on the web.

“People are tired of the same old computer based training products on the market. There are many out there, and most of them are ineffective, concentrating on marketing rather than technical content,” said Michaela Versteegen, head of marketing at Winstructor.Com. “We produce training that can take a student with no knowledge of a product, to a high level of expertise. Based on feedback from our members, we are achieving that goal, but we are continually looking for ways to improve.”

“It’s the goal of many of our members to be MCSE certified and if we can help them achieve their goals, then we've done our job right. We support all of our members that use our products, helping them pass their MCSE exams and improve their careers," she added.

“Corporations approach us to have our training videos made available to their staff, either on their intranet, or for their support staff to use on their notebook computers. This enables companies to train staff at an affordable price, and reduce their downtime.”

“New products are released regularly. We've just launched our Microsoft SMS 2003 Computer Based Training Video series and we have new videos for HP Openview Network Node Manager, CiscoWorks 2000, Microsoft Operations Manager 2005, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Web Marketing and Linux coming soon. Our members have asked for these, and we'll deliver. We certainly buck the trend by producing training on products that other CBT companies would not dare touch -- and the list is growing."

“To celebrate our success, for the month of July Winstructor will give all new customers 20% off any product, and we extend this offer to our Corporate Customers as well. Customers can visit http://www.winstructor.com/promotion.htm for the details.”

In addition to their high quality training videos, Winstructor is unique in that they produce custom training videos on practically any subject, not just Information Technology. Winstructor has already produced custom training videos for Government and Fortune 500 companies, through to small business customers that require simple training tutorials to bundle with their own products.

"Companies from all corners of the globe are coming to us because we deliver," added Michaela. "90% of the custom video work we have done have been from referrals, which demonstrates how people view the quality of our work. These companies understand the benefits of customized training. The costs associated with training can be enormous and we help to manage the costs and increase staff productivity. Currently we are working with one company that requires an HR induction course and another manufacturer that wants video training demonstrating how to install their automotive product into a car. We make training easier and cheaper for them and they recognize that. Companies can contact us and we’ll work together to produce a tailored solution.”

About Winstructor.com

Founded two years ago to create custom video training solutions, Winstructor has grown into the Internet's most unique CBT Video provider. Members of their Website can download and watch any video, including new products that are released throughout the year at no additional cost.

Contact:

Michaela Versteegen

+613 97633272

http://www.winstructor.com

Corporate Inquiries: corporate @ winstructor.com

Custom Training: http://www.winstructor.com/custom.htm

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