In addition to Getting Started, there are 12 more "classrooms". While each of these have unique training content, there is overlap between some of the courses and videos. For example, a lot of the material in classroom 4 (Everything WordPress), also applies to classroom 8 (Website Development). Here are the 13 Topics covered in this section of the training.
Hey Chris - I am finally making significant money with affiliate marketing with videos, all due to your help. When I met you in February of 2018, I hardly new anything about Video SEO. After going through both of your courses and with your private tutoring, I am finally where I want to be. Making BANK! You have the patience of a Saint! I can’t thank you enough Chris!
SEO should be a core tactic in any marketing strategy. While it might seem difficult to understand at first, as long as you find the right course, book or audiobook, and devote your time to learning, you'll be in good shape. Considering that there are over 200+ ranking factors in Google's current algorithms, learning, digesting and successfully implementing good SEO tactics is essential to the success of your website or blog.
Hi Simon, yes, yes, not necessarily, sort of and yes. It’s an experience that all of us online can share (we’re together in this my friend)… and it’s not a good one. Although building a website is relatively easy, and gets easier the more you do it, that first one takes some time and effort. And then, after everything… you are nowhere to be found in the search engines.
So to answer your question about how long it takes… it’s difficult to say because it depends on how much time and effort you put into your website, how good your keyword research is, the niche you’re in, and so on… However, it’s fair to say you should expect at least 3-6 months. But, even though this takes time, the benefits of free traffic coming from visitors who looked and found you (instead of you going out and advertising to them) are huge, and well worth the effort. The work you put in early on can end up paying you back for many years to come and that’s really what we all want 😀
In sales, we all know that customers generally need to hear about the product. They need to see the product. They need to do both multiple times before they decide to buy. Often they will use your affiliate link to go to the product, and then later just google the product to return to it. Sometimes the customer knows he is being sold. He wants to get around you and directly to the product. In most cases, you caused the sale but you can’t earn on the sale. Not so with ClickFunnels.