Posts tagged niche
[VIDEO] The Find Your Niche Formula: How to Choose a Unique Niche That Makes Money and Makes Competition Irrelevant

Picking a niche can feel overwhelming.

Is it too broad?

Is it too narrow?

These are tough, but great, questions to ask yourself.

One of our students recently asked us this question:

“Should I niche down my online business idea, How do I pick a niche for my online business? Is it too broad, too narrow?”

To answer this question best, we decided to jump on camera and get into the nitty gritty details of niching your business.

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30 PROVEN, PROFITABLE COURSE TOPICS IN FRINGE, WEIRD NICHES YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF

Guys. There’s one thing that drives me absolutely nuts about running this online business teaching online business.

People assume that only people who sell marketing advice can make real money. People literally tell me “you have it easy, you sell business training. I could never do that in my niche! I talk about saving money/quilting/holistic herbalism/whatever”.

It’s the great big internet marketing lie: that success is only for people selling “make money online!” courses and programs.

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6 Reasons You Need To Start Doing Webinars ASAP (Webinar Rockstar™ is Here.)

I am so psyched to finally introduce my new masterclass course on creating, promoting and profiting from webinars:

Webinar Rockstar™

Lately, lots of people have called me the "webinar queen", or a "webinatrix" and I've shown my clients and colleagues how to do what I do with tons of success (we're talking thousands in sales from their first ever webinars).

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10 Ways to Go From Blogger To Business Owner (without ads, sponsors, or tons of traffic)

If you’ve done my free course Build a Profitable Blog, you know that I am not a fan of putting ads in your sidebar or trying to monetize with affiliate links, because it dilutes your brand, clutters your site, takes way to long to make real money, plus a hundred other reasons.

So if I’m taking those outdated ways of monetizing your blog off the table, what are we left with?

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