Last Day for Labor Day Savings: 50 Percent Off at Poynter's NewsU

2:10 AM Sep. 03, 2013 — by Vicki Krueger

Our Labor Day Sale ends Tuesday. Use code 13LABOR50B and save 50 percent on up to five courses--plus get another special offer later this fall.

We know it's tough to stay ahead in these competitive times. So NewsU is here to help. From writing and reporting techniques, to social media and mobile skills, to innovation and entrepreneurial strategies, our on-demand courses can give you the edge you need.

To take advantage of this limited-time offer, enter the promo code 13LABOR50B when you check out. It's good until 11:59 p.m. Eastern time Tuesday, Sept. 3. Enroll in up to five courses before midnight Tuesday and get unlimited access year-round. And one more bonus: Use this code Tuesday and we will send you another special offer later this fall.

Choose from more than 300 Webinars, seminar snapshots, video tutorials and self-directed courses in our training library, including Friday's Webinar, Engaging Storytelling for Mobile Devices and Tablets. And at NewsU, we always offer free shipping. [Just kidding. We really don't have anything to ship; but we have lots of online learning.]

The fine print: This offer is good only through Tuesday, Sept. 3, and is good only for individual courses, Webinars or tutorials. It cannot be combined with other offers and can't be used for any training packages.

While the savings disappear on Tuesday, our campus never closes. See our full list of free and low-cost training that's available year-round.

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