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How to lock down your niche

Episode 160 - Featuring John Locke

August 28, 2018

How to lock down your niche

You’ve heard that finding a niche is an effective strategy to grow your business. Yet how do you choose your niche and roll with it? John Locke shares his journey from local SEO to global SEO in the manufacturing sector.

He didn’t get it right first time, and he openly shares what he tried out before finding the industry that he could serve the most effectively. With a global client list, John is able to serve the sector with both knowledge of SEO as well as the industry he serves.

Takeaways:

  • Don’t be scared to try. If it doesn’t work out try something else.
  • Having a niche allows you to compete in a smaller pond.
  • Being known in a particular industry makes referrals easier for your network.

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