Our blog, GAAPology, shares our insights and conversations about accounting, auditing, and training matters. We’ve been publishing weekly posts since we rebranded and launched our website in mid-2015. We feel the easily digestible content and timely discussion of accounting topics is reason enough to subscribe. However, subscribers have recently realized that membership has its privileges, including free CPE!
Writing a blog is a labor of love and the professionals at GAAP Dynamics consistently produce great content, attracting visitors to our website. Over the past 365 days, we’ve had over 220,000 sessions on our website, with 195,000 visits generated from organic search. During this time period, three of our posts have had over 15,000 views:
- Step-by-Step – Step 1: Differences in ASC 605 / SAB 104 and ASC 606
- Principal vs Agent? GAAP Revenue Recognition Criteria (ASC 606)
- Top 5 Biggest Changes with the New Lease Accounting Standard (ASC 842)
In summary, blogging has been the secret to our SEO success!
However, we’d be nothing without our loyal readers! And we like to thank you from time to time with offers for free CPE! However, we can’t communicate these benefits to you unless we know who you are!
GAAPology subscribers were given an opportunity to attend a free webinar on May 3, 2018 covering the ASUs effective in 2018. Attendees received 1.5 CPE credits and the response was very positive!
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As a token of our appreciation, we are offering a coupon code to GAAPology subscribers to take one free course:
It’s a win-win! You get free CPE and we get beta testers to make sure our new product meets the needs of the learner.
Hurry! The code is only available to the first 100 learners and expires on September 30!
So, what are you waiting for? Subscribe to GAAPology and join the Revolution!
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