How to Build a Sustainable Online Business Like a Pro

Building a profitable online business isn't about what you do to get traffic but what you do to sustain the traffic.

If you ever searched anything in Google and paid a close watch on the search results displayed on your screen, you would’ve found that there is a correlation between that experience and doing a competition analysis for your business.

Unfortunately, most of us (bloggers) do not pay attention into simple details like this which turn into a bigger problem in future.

For example, you might think you are the only young person who knows about knitting until you go to Google and search, you will find over 500,000 other pages aiming at people just like you.

As per recent figures, the number of web pages crawled and indexed by Google has now passed 130 trillion web pages, potentially a massive competition for your brand if you choose to invest in the search engine for your business in future.

As more businesses compete for visibility in the world’s largest search engine, that figure is only going to rise and rise and rise.

Before I scare you off with my alarm-triggering intro, let me also point out that SEO is very much alive today as it was the time that Google first rolled out the first algorithm, PageRank.

PageRank was an algorithm used by Google to rank websites in their search engine results by counting the number and quality of links to a page to determine a rough estimate of how important a website is.

The mode of application might have changed a bit today due to Google now incorporating machine learning into its web algorithm to determine what content that’s most relevant to users based on query used and Google’s ability to match that query to other queries in its search index even if the particular query has not been typed into the search engine before, this iteration of algorithm is known as RankBrain, it’s still the same SEO.

From PageRank to RankBrain, Google’s algorithm is still focused on the same thing, which is improving the user experience in the search engine. I learned this in a hard way because I never got the full interpretation of what a user experience means to Google when I started my blog, so hear my story:


Like anybody else, I started blogging because I wanted to create a learning experience for my business, to connect, build, and evolve my business into a more sustainable model. And more importantly, after listening to the success stories of many bloggers, to also make some blogging bucks for myself.

So I set about by purchasing a domain from GoDaddy and connected that to my blogger’s blog I had earlier set up with my Gmail account. Yes! I started blogging on, I moved over to WordPress only after a few months experimentation on Blogspot. And that’s what I will advise any blogger to do, to start their blog on right away: stop wasting your time on a free hosting platform like

With hordes of fans on social media already, I thought I could share a few random posts on my blog and get immediate responses from visitors it was already happening on my social media content, that was when I got a rude awakening of blogging!

To my utmost disbelieve, my blog engagement was a shadow of what I was expecting to come through to my blog from social media, neither was there any meaningful interactions from those that were coming in.

Worse still, each day I was unable to blog I experienced a serious downturn in traffic, that my traffic stat would almost reach zero. I became petrified by this reality of my blog

The little over 20 daily visitors I was receiving on my blog at that time was hard won, because I would need to make a blog post every day to keep that figure from shrinking.

I wanted to improve on that so I contemplated on hiring a freelance writer for myself as well as ramping up my own effort to improve the number of posts that were being churned out everyday. But I was exposed to something else that's new along the line, something I ought to have had in place all along – a strategy.

A strategy to improve not only my SEO but also to optimize my web pages for web crawl tools and max out the web pages' indexing in Google.

I took the initiative immediately and optimized every aspect of my site I could visibly touch for the search engine crawlers, and it paid off. In just a month (or less) after this, my search traffic jumped from barely nothing from Google to over 8,000 monthly organic clicks.

And still rising.

If you ever found yourself in a position where you got nothing from Google in the way of organic traffic, and then just a couple of weeks later you started seeing this amount of visitors coming from the search engine on a silver platter, you would have nothing else to say but to believe that the method you applied is working.

I was very excited to see this massive turnaround in Google traffic and curious as well, because I think it is something worth passing on to other bloggers.

Because every blogger who has ever set their sight on organic traffic as a way of growing their blog has a story to tell about how this isn’t easy, especially when you go to your Google analytics and see that soul-crushing figure.

You can take a few hours class with me in this course to learn how I did it when I was in your shoe.

The surprising thing about this course is that, during that period that my organic traffic dramatically surged, I didn’t write a single post on my blog for almost a year, except for those few times I was sharing the blog on social media. As evidenced by this blog archive.

I was busy honing my tactics, attending to more leads, building this course, and reveling on my traffic stat 

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Before you become too excited and jump right in to enroll into this course, let me draw a few clear lines on why this course is for you and why it isn’t. I need to make clear that this course is not a quick rich scheme, it is for those who are ready to put in the work and time to grow their blog by applying the step by step instructions, but surely.


You can enroll in this course, if

You’re a blogger and you’ve already got started with blogging or you want to start your blog afresh.
You’ve been blogging for a while but can’t still make blogging work for you, or want to improve on your blog traffic.
You’re a business owner but can’t come up with the right plan and steps to build a target audience for your business online.
You want to invest the time and effort needed to cultivate engagement for your business on social media.
You’re looking for a way to improve your content marketing skills or don’t even know how to get started with content marketing in the first place.

Don’t enroll in this course, if

You’re looking for a quick way to make money online.
You think you suck at implementing simple tactics for your business and giving it enough time and effort to germinate and grow.

Once you’ve made up your mind by enrolling in this course, I’ll personally guide you through the implementation of the start of this course to get you off to a good start.

However, you must be ready to put in the hard work to get to the juiciest part.

As Keval, a course participant, did.

Unlike anything else I’ve found on blogging and digital marketing, this course has helped me in terms of building my blog traffic and knowing the right fixes to make when my traffic tanks. The simple step-by-step instructions highlighted in this course gave me a rare insight into what to improve to get my web pages into search index fast and what content to focus on to attract the right visitors to my blog. I managed to grow my search traffic by a little less than forty percent in two months after the initial implementation of this course. It was a great time working with Akinade end-to-end in solving common SEO issues like this.

- Keval Senghani, Business Development Executive, eSparkBiz Technologies Private Limited.


You can also take advantage of the beginner’s walkthrough in this course to give yourself a good start in blogging.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn in this course:

Social Media Marketing Statistics
Since marketing gets a lot easier with actionable data by your side, you’ll find some up-to-date data to guide you in implementing tactics for your business on the major social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and YouTube.

How to Start a Blog

Choosing a Blogging niche – from choosing your blog niche to determining if it's the right one for you, you’ll get a ton of blogging topics to make the perfect choice for yourself.

Choosing a Blog Domain and Web Host – your blog domain might be something you can think of right away, but there’s a technical side to it, especially now that it's scarce to get a good single-word domain. You can pick a perfect blog domain that'll reflect your brand, as well as choose the right web hosting that will be optimized for your blogging software.

Installing a WordPress Blog – in most part, it isn't technical anymore to install a WordPress from your hosting account's cPanel, many web hosts already provide easy steps to do this. But it doesn't excuse the fact that a WordPress installation has a technical side to it, especially if you're doing it yourself. So you'll learn how to perfectly install a WordPress blog to not run you into problems in future.

WordPress Design and Customization – This is a fun part of this process as designing means giving your blog your own brand. Choosing the right WordPress theme is easier if you’re familiar with some filters to find it. If you also purchase a premium theme from a third party vendor, you can take a few steps to upload your theme to your blog and customize it (we have you covered).

Optimizing a Blog for Search Traffic – most of the things you’ll do from now on will be to optimize your blog for search traffic. There are many sides to it, but the first thing is to set up the foundation of your blog SEO using a powerful WordPress plugin I’ll show you, to: write a perfect title, meta description, and meta keywords; set the canonical URLs and rewrite the title for each page; choose which parts of your website to include in search index to boost traffic and a lot more.

Creating an XML Sitemap for SEO – an XML sitemap is the easiest way to get your website indexed fast. But most sitemaps don’t get crawled and indexed easily by the search engine bots, which also affects the overall ranking of the website. You know that huge gap you normally see between “URLs submitted” and “URLs indexed” when you go to Crawl > Sitemaps in your Google search console, this can be fixed by optimizing your sitemap for the crawl tools. You’ll see the simple changes you can make to your XML sitemap to bring these two metrics into parity.

Optimizing your Website Database System – a database is a technical side of your site which can be too tricky for a newbie blogger. But you'll get a walkthrough on keeping your database clean, optimized and safe.

Create a Perfect Robots.txt File – there are many things you can do to improve your blog SEO, one of them (that's key) is a robots.txt file. A robots.txt file is a crucial part of maximizing your Google’s crawl budget and boosting your search traffic.

Content Marketing Strategy

A good content marketing is a life blood of any blogging enterprise. Without an actionable content plan, no one will be able to find your blog and interest themselves with a good business strategy you've set up on it. Carrying out a detailed plan for content requires adequate research into what your customers want. You'll learn everything from start to finish.

Social Media Marketing Strategy

The twin impact of search and social can make a lot of difference in boosting your blog traffic - one is incomplete without the other. But unfortunately, the social side has become commercialized for brands, it's now hard to get impressions on social without investing on ad budgets. But there is an organic side to social strategy as well which you can explore to boost your social signals and social referral traffics.

As with any marketing course, we'll continue to update this course as new changes applied to the tactics unfold and notify course participants of these updates. This won't affect your life-time access to this course which you can get for USD $299 now.

The course is written mostly in text, visuals, PDF, and videos. Most of the videos are planned for the subsequent sections.

If you have any question about this course, you can forward that directly to me on my contact page, here: But you must show that you're genuinely interested in this course to get a quick response back from me.

Enroll in this course for a LOWLY sum of $299 USD now. I cannot guarantee if this discounted price will stay available once we get to a certain number of subscribers.

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Your Instructor

Akinade Eniolabi
Akinade Eniolabi

Hi, I'm Akinade. Your business amplification specialist. I created a blog ( where you can learn all things online marketing, from social media to content marketing, creating online awareness and nurturing ensuing conversations into business opportunities. Many things have changed since I first made my blog, while I've made a bunch of bucks from this blog, I also see areas such as social signals and technical SEO becoming more important, potentially to boost my blog income. I've made noteworthy contributions to some online magazines and ecommerce websites like 3e-mag and Zugonow to boost their income as well, I want to do the same for your business in this course. If this sounds like something you want to be part of, hit the Enroll button below and let's begin talking.

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