How to Build Your Website Like a Pro

How to Build Your Website Like a Pro

taught by Tom Corson-Knowles

Course description

How to Build Your Website Like a Pro is your step-by-step guide to creating a professional website in less than two hours. You'll learn exactly how to build your own author or business website, how to get traffic and leads from your website.
Tom Corson-Knowles
Tom Corson-Knowles
Bestselling author of Secrets of the Six-Figure Author and Founder of TCK Publishing

Tom Corson-Knowles is a serial entrepreneur, blogger and international bestselling author. He started his first business at age 13, manufacturing SAD lamps out of his father’s garage. By the time he graduated from Indiana University Kelley School of Business at age 22, he was earning a full-time income from his first successful business which he started in his dorm room.

Tom then decided to share the keys to success that he had learned along his journey to becoming a financially independent entrepreneur through his books, videos, and seminars. Today, he teaches new and established authors and writers how to achieve incredible success by writing and selling ebooks on Amazon Kindle.

Tom is the founder of TCK Publishing, an international trade book publisher that is leading the industry in providing advanced marketing support for authors. TCK Publishing specializes in marketing for both fiction and non-fiction authors to help get their messages and stories out to millions of readers all over the world.

Tom is also the founder of the Publishing Profits Podcast show where he interviews bestselling authors, literary agents, publishers, marketers, and creative people to help you discover what’s working right now to grow your business and create a life you love.

Tom’s bestselling books include Secrets of the Six-Figure Author, The Kindle Publishing Bible,Facebook For Business Owners, and The Kindle Writing Bible, among others.

Tom is often quoted as saying,

“You can achieve all of your dreams as an author if you’re willing to master the three key areas of authorship: writing, publishing and marketing.”