Competitive Research System 2018 - How To Analyze Your Competitors

Kiss Sándor, Internet Marketing Expert, Entrepreneur

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15 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. Meet & Greet

    • 2. How Our Competitive Research System Works

    • 3. How To Research Your Competitors - Introduction

    • 4. This Excel Spreadsheet Will Transform Your Business

    • 5. Three Ways To Identify Your Competitors

    • 6. SEMrush - Our Secret Weapon

    • 7. How To Use SEMrush For Free

    • 8. How To Determine Site Traffic With SimilarWeb

    • 9. Why You Have To Create Benchmarks

    • 10. How To Analyze Your Competitors - Introduction

    • 11. Analysis #1 - General Audit

    • 12. Analysis #2 - Content Audit

    • 13. Analysis #3 - Social Media Audit

    • 14. Analysis #4 - Email Marketing Audit

    • 15. Congratulations!

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6 of 6 students recommend this class
I recommend this presentation because the information is valuable, well organized and useful. But you have to slowly work your way through it. There were some problems that irked me. The instructor spoke with good English but it was sometimes sloppy. He tripped on some phrases while obviously reading and also slurred some speech. Along with the sloppy speaking, it was difficult to read the charts on my 22 inch computer screen. I had to magnify my screen four times its original size and everything was still almost impossible to read. I also had to slow some parts down to 1/2 speed and repeat several sections over and over.
DeNi Santana

Multi Talented Artist

Great, clear coverage on how to analyze your competitors with very usefull affiliate resorces.