SBI! for a solo build it website that used to be called Site Build It! and that is now called Solo Build It! An ebiz-building approach, accompanied by a tutorial and a series of actions and instructions on how to build a profitable online business.
DAY 5. Refine Your Site Concept And Register Your Domain
DAY 5 is about defining my site (and yours):
DAY 6. Build a Site That Gets the Click
On DAY 6 I created my site's design with the help of Maxime, a talented local graphic artist. He created eight very colourful banners and I love each and everyone of them.
I reviewed my site structure, made sure my pages are
easy to read and built two site maps, one with all my pages in
alphabetical order and another divided into Kits.
DAY 6 is a big DAY and an even bigger accomplishment! DAY 6 is the beginning of what will become an OVER delivering niche-based content loved by the search engines and by my many visitors!
DAY 7. Build Free Traffic From a Variety of Sources
On DAY 7 targeted traffic is attracted by various activities including publishing high-value content pages. A never-ending activity.
It also includes being accessible from desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smart phones, establishing the presence of Montreal Kits in the search engines and creating and engaging a social media presence, my next task.
DAY 8. Develop Relationships - Deepen PREselling
This is my very important next step.
DAY 8 is about building a personal social network with visitors and influencers who will help deepen the trust and the credibility of my Montreal Kits website. Achieving this important goal is like becoming a knowledgeable friend making a recommendation.
that will soon become a very interesting and very profitable achievement.
9. Know Your Visitors (and customers)
DAY 9 is a fun part. On the one hand, Solo Built It! offers various tools such as Traffic Stats and Search Engine HQ. Important and valuable tools that help me follow my results and bring the necessary adjustments when required.
On the other, many tools for testing websites are available on the Web, Some are completely free and others are free for a certain number of tests.
recently used some of these tools to evaluate potential customers. Sometimes their website is properly built, sometimes it's not. Being a MY Site Build It subscriber for a number of years, I definitely know what to
If there are weak points such as a non https:// secure site, very few Facebook reviews, no recent updates, no Alexa (free) rank, very few words per page, no home page description, no HTTP 404 page, no GDPR, in French only... then I will probably be able to convince some (many) companies to join Montreal Kits.
A solo build it website and a very challenging, very rewarding endeavour.
10. Monetize Your Solo Build It Website
On DAY 10 we determine whether our website is ready for monetization and if it's time to turn traffic into income.
According to SBI! with our Solo Build It website "we sell something our customers genuinely need or want" and, according to Montreal Kits "our customers don’t need to be praised, they need to be explained." and this is definitely what I am doing.
I am not creating a nice online business card which many have done quite well. I am building a business called Montreal Kits entirely dedicated to Montreal and Montrealers. A business that offers visibility and services to local companies in exchange of money to cover the operation costs including salaries, to expand and to invest for the long term.
Interested in DAY 1 to DAY 4 - Go to Solo Build It Site
Montréal KITS - Solo Build It Website - by Rachel Louise Barry