SBI 2.0 Review – Site Build It + Web 2.0

Posted by on Nov 24, 2009 in Site Build It

SBI 2.0 Review – Site Build It + Web 2.0

The SBI 2.0 review you’re about to read covers the recently renamed Site Build It product offered by Sitesell.com.

This review of SBI 2.0 shows the latest improvements and add-ons to the existing product which has been online for many years.

In fact, I suggest that you first check my original Site Build It review and and then return here to see what has been added to the original product.

SBI 2.0 Key Module – The C2

The C2 module has been launched more than a year ago and it was the single biggest improvement Sitesell has made in the 4 years that I have been using it.

The C2 module allows your visitors to create pages for you by sharing their stories, reviews and experiences and it also allows them to comment on the previous submissions.

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My SBI Barcelona Conference Presentation

Posted by on Sep 28, 2009 in Site Build It

My SBI Barcelona Conference Presentation

I’ve attended the first European SBI Conference in Barcelona from 21st to 25th of September 2009 where I also had a presentation about keyword research, optimization of pages and the importance of links.

Here’s what I shared…

1.    Choosing a niche (Slide 2)
When you’re choosing a niche you need to assess whether there is enough demand for the keywords so that in the long term your site will get lots of traffic. My definition of lots of traffic is over 1000 daily visitors.

Based on my experience, you need at least 3000 total daily searches for top 100 keywords found through the free Wordtracker tool. If you go for too many, you may have too much competition so a good number to aim for is between 3000 and 8000 daily searches.

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Site Build It Review

Posted by on Dec 7, 2008 in Site Build It

Site Build It Review

My goal is to make this Site Build It review as objective as possible, although I’ve been using SBI (Site Build It from Sitesell.com) since 2005, and am now earning more than $14,000 per month with just five SBI sites.

This review will focus mostly on the process and the tools that Sitesell.com offers with their main product. The actual results of using it, however, can be found in my post, My Journey To Freedom and Over $9,000 Per Month.

A Review of the Site Build It Process – The Action Guide

When you purchase your first SBI site, you are not given all the tools at once, and you cannot even register a domain immediately.

Your first tool is the Brainstormer, which allows you to brainstorm your chosen keywords and see what the demand (how many searches) and supply (how many competing websites) are.

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Site Build It Sucks?

Posted by on Sep 7, 2008 in Site Build It

Site Build It Sucks?

You really think Site Build It sucks? Let me share my thoughts on whether SBI (from Sitesell.com) really sucks…

Actually before I continue, let me show you a picture:

I saw quite a few times that people actually typed the “Site Build It sucks” phrase in a search engine and somehow found my site.

So I’ve decided to optimize a blog post on this keyword to hopefully get more people here and help them make the right decision.

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Interview With Ken Evoy – Part IV – The Future Of Internet

Posted by on Mar 14, 2008 in Site Build It

Interview With Ken Evoy – Part IV – The Future Of Internet

This is part 4 of the interview with Ken Evoy. Here are the links to part I, part II and part III.

Tomaz: What do you see as the future of the Internet? What’s the future of SiteSell?

Ken: Some years ago, I wrote that search engines were essential to the Internet and they were like the best bargain in the world. And search engine optimizers got it. But I don’t think the average small business person really got it.

And now, eight or nine years later, people still say that one should not get used to them because they can’t last forever.

There was this ridiculous interview of a Forester researcher were they asked her if Facebook will replace Google. And she actually thought it could. Her reasoning being, “Well, you know if you want to go to Hawaii now, you can just ask a friend on Facebook instead of doing the search in Google.”

Now, how stupid is that? Because thirty years ago you could ask a friend if you’re going to have a vacation in Hawaii without using the Internet.

You know, Facebook is an activity. It’s fun, it’s valuable, it connects people and all that stuff, but its not a gateway to the Internet. The search engines, as far as I can see for the next five, ten years, are still the main highway to the Internet.

And that sounds obvious, but it’s a bold statement to say because to predict anything beyond six months in the Internet is very dangerous. Things change. Gigantic killers come out of nowhere. Major new technologies happen.

But people use the Internet to search for information.

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Interview With Ken Evoy – Part III – Can You Become Financially Free With SBI?

Posted by on Mar 10, 2008 in Site Build It

To read part I and part II of my interview with Ken Evoy just follow the links…

Tomaz: Since my blog is about financial freedom, I want to ask you this question:

What do you think is a typical journey of someone who has achieved financial freedom with SBI? And how much do you think they usually earn per month?

Ken: It varies so much, Tomaz. And some people start part-time because they have a full-time job where they work sixty hours a week.

Some people start full-time like a stay-at-home mom whose children have just gone off school so she has six hours a day to really work. She picks a good niche, starts to see traffic, and starts to make income three to six months, which becomes the main family income in a year or in eighteen months.

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