4 Week LIVE Niche Case Study Series!
Watch Jay build a live niche website in real time!
This is the 2nd 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 2: This week he will pick up where he left off and continue to build the website and let Google know the site is live.
I just want to thank you again for investing your time in the training videos. I really like to be in attendance when it's live, however, If something happens I can't make it I know that I can always count on it being ready for replay the next day. I usually got thru it step by step with my site open to make sure I'm getting it set up properly.
That said "Jay You Rock"
If I were to grade your first two videos, I would give you a B on (1) and an F on (2) and (3). Your content seems to be organized, but your presentation is erratic and full of distractions (like answering questions during the presentation--why not wait until the end?). Your mouse darts around like a hyperactive firefly, and all the variations you suggest make everything too complicated. You also seem to assume that everyone watching has a high degree of subject knowledge, which may or may not (in my case) be true.
Like everyone else, I am anxious to learn how to create niche sites to enhance my "authority website," and I consider your 4-part series to be crucial to this end. So, my question to you is: at the end of your series, will you create a step-by-step outline (for dummies like me) of this 4-part course on your cookware site -- "go here, click this, enter the title here, save here, etc.," so we can all use it as a model to create our own niche sites? I don't care about variables -- we can figure these out in time. I just want a simple, workable outline of YOUR niche cookware site to use as a guide as I create my first one or two niche sites--not about cookware, of course.
Hopefully I have not offended you.
I would however love to see more WAbinars on several different days and times from more dedicated people in the community, preferably also on times that are more suitable in different timezones such as mine (CET).
Like another one posted below, it would also be preferable to show level of difficulty per each webinar.
Perhaps ambassadors should be allowed to perform webinars.
I enjoyed last session and am looking forward to the next!
Would be helpful if there's a "level of difficulty" indicate how advance the video is going to be...for me, I am looking for advance level...
The training is great!
So far, i have received some thoughts on which theme to use and why we don't use free theme. It is a break-through for me when it comes to selection of theme and try to select paid / free theme usage.
Thanks again for the good direction.