4 Week LIVE Niche Case Study Series!
Watch Jay build a live niche website in real time!
This is the 1st week of our 2017 Build a Niche Site LIVE Case Study month.
For the next 4 weeks, Jay will go through the entire process of building a niche website.
From keyword research, ranking in the search engines & earning commissions.
Join Jay (magistudios) for a 4 part live training series on building a business from scratch.
Week 1: This week he will start the process of building an online business by finding a niche.
I appreciate you taking your time out to show us how to build a niche site. I learned quite a bit viewing the training. I thank you for the specific information that you shared in the video. The video clarified quite a few questions I had. I am going to tweak my website with the information you gave in the video.
Thanks again for sharing your insightful information.
It was excellent. I really want to develop a good niche and so have a great website. I did go back to have a look at the website you checked out with the stonepans and induction. There is a lot of info there and well done. I wonder if I could ever do the same!
Thank you so much. Great stuff.
But th real point I am trying to make is that if I had information on all the tools available prior to building the first website it would have been an easier task.. I was totally unaware of tools like Jaxxy and other s you presented. I will rerun last night's presentation and definatley sit in on the next three for sure. Thank you....
Thanks so much Jay this easy-to-follow and act-upon training!
Only one problem.... induction cookware was on my list of possible niches. My sister has been complaining that her new stove doesn't work with her favorite pan. Ha!
For me, the best part of the webinar was how useful SEO tools are in picking a website name. I did not grasp that concept during the initial training and it would have really helped me to choose a different domain name than I did. Oh well, next time I will know, thanks to you.
Hang a picture or two on your wall dude. :-)
You made it real for us. It was like you were sitting in a room with all of us as we worked through the initial start up of our web sites.