Diversity is the focal point of every business – either online or offline, and Aidan Booth and Steve Clayton know that for sure. When they announced the KIBO code, we decided to host them in an interview, where they talk about the six pillars of their online business. They are mainly present in the online world, with a focus on Internet marketing and eCommerce. Find out how they do it.
Table of Contents
- 1 How Did They Do It Before They Applied This Model To Their Business?
- 2 Uncovering The Six Pillars Of Successful Business
- 3 The Bottom Line Of Six-Pillar System
How Did They Do It Before They Applied This Model To Their Business?
Before partnering with Steve, Aidan comprehended the significance of diversifying his business; however, he never set out structured strategies in how he ‘d do it. As he spoke, he was a type of ‘flying blind’ utilizing instinct to get me where he wished to be. This was the first thing that altered in their brand-new business, and MAN did it make a distinction!
The preparation and structured technique offered his company a brand-new measurement.
Uncovering The Six Pillars Of Successful Business
Back in the “excellent old days,” his company consisted of nearly 100% of specific niche sites and eCommerce shops. Nowadays, Steve and Aidan have established a variety of various online services that fall under a couple of different classifications, the ‘Pillars.’
Pillar #1 – Specific Niche Websites & eCommerce Stores
These continue to be an excellent income source for them, although the internet has altered tremendously. The basics of how to establish and run these types of sites stay comparable to what it was in 2005, although the worth they get is not the same.
Pillar # 2 – Internet Marketing Training (including the KIBO Code)
This pillar is the training and training they supply to individuals who wish to reproduce their success online. The core of their online training is called Online Marketing Classroom, a month-to-month subscription that assists countless members in constructing, grow, and run online services.
In the past years, they launched additional online programs: 100K factory + Ultra edition & Revolution update, 7 Figure Cycle system and Parallel Profits which people found really unique and complete. So the KIBO code, coming in January 2020, is part of the second pillar. In training, they will uncover the most up to date techniques that work at that time, but more about that you can read in my KiBO code review.
Pillar # 3 – Small Company Marketing
This is a mix of marketing, consulting, and services that they provide to small companies worldwide. They took this to an entire brand-new level in 2019 by franchising their ‘regional marketing firm’ operation, and they now have numerous local marketing company franchises throughout the USA, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. This pillar was launched with its Parallel Profits program designed to teach franchise businesses how to do it.
Pillar # 4 – Physical Product Brands
In 2013, they ventured into the world of developing their physical brand names. This is where you make your own items under your brand and offer them online. So far, they’ve established four primary brand names, each with its own line of items. They offer these online on the Amazon market with the use of Amazon FBA (learn how to become Amazon FBA seller) and offline in the similarity CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, and other big ‘physical’ stores throughout the USA.
Pillar # 5 – Software Application as a Service (SAAS)
They have numerous software that they are selling on a membership basis. An example of these is NetBlaze, an option to the real dilemma that small company owners deal with. Others consist of tools mainly created for website publishers, like conversion optimization tools, good money page builders, and more.
Pillar # 6 – Hosting & Domain Registration
Out of requirement (and aggravation with average companies), Steve and he developed and run their own hosting and domain registration business, Float Hosting. Although still fairly unidentified on the planet of mega-companies that supply hosting and name registration (believe Host Gator, GoDaddy, etc.), Float Hosting serves countless clients along with looking after their internal requirements.
The six pillars all contribute considerably to their total bottom line and are all handled like different organizations. This transformation couldn’t be possible without a fantastic team, and they have to run this long-term system.
It would be difficult for Steve and Aidan to handle all of their services on their own, which is why they have CEO’s for their business, together with supervisors in essential positions. While Steve and he are both entirely associated with ‘cutting edge’ operations of various parts of their services, they likewise take more of a ‘directors’ function in numerous locations. This is an excellent system for them because it works. Read about Aidan Booth & Steve Clayton’s back story on this page.
Which Pillar Will Get The Most Focus In The Following Months?
As I spoke with Aidan in October, he told me that they are now 100% working on the latest launch of the KIBO Code – the most complete & unique commerce system. The pillar #2 will, for sure, get the most focus, and it will stay like this for the next few months. I hope you’ve discovered this page intriguing, and I hope it assists you to comprehend the method Aidan’s organization works and how it has actually progressed for many years.
As a bonus, I invite you to watch this video with Aidan Booth and Ezra Firestone to find out more about tactics, strategy, and mindset in his organization: