Can someone help me with niche sites?
Hello there, I want to create niche website. I have learnt about the whole process from SMART PASSIVE INCOME BLOG, but some things are still not clear about selecting a niche and doing further keyword research. All i want to know is:
- How to do select a niche and how to do keyword research on that?
- Is SMART PASSIVE INCOME BLOG really worth the details.
- What are the things one should keep in mind while creating a niche website in 2013?
You can just google’s keyword tracker tool to find the right niche’s.
You can also have these guys do it for you.
A help on keyword research on niches?
I am new to internet marketing and i have just started to build niche websites. I have found some profitable niches after doing some keyword research on them. They are:
- back acne
- body acne
- olay pro-x
I just want to make sure they are profitable and just want to know about their competition.
Just wanna cross check the work i did as a beginner.
Please just tell me if they are good or not? If not, how?
And a little more thing about the EMD update of google? what is it actually?
Can i register a exact match domain for a quality website after EMD update?
and ‘chest acne’ as well is an another niche.
I believe the back acne or body acne niche is a good one. It will have desperate and passionate buyers, which is a must for Internet Marketing.
You are going to have to do your own keyword research, no one can do it for you. The four keywords you provided are good seed words, but I wouldn’t use them as the main keywords to go after. Start with the Google keyword tool, it is free and it is easy to use. Make sure you click on the exact match, and take off the broad match selection button. Just put each of those three keywords in the keyword tool field and see what is returned. Look for keywords and phrases that have lots of monthly searches and low competition. I usually look for a second opinion when it comes to choosing the keyword phrases I am going to try to rank.
Other tools that I have found useful for this are:
Micro Niche Finder
Stealth Keyword Competition Finder
I hear that lots of people use and swear by Market Samarai, but I found it too expensive to try.
Realize that with the list of four words that you provided, that three of them are generic problem keywords, and one is a brand/product name.
People searching for the generic problem words might be further out in their decision to buy than those searching for a brand/product name. The latter is called a buyer’s keyword, and is more likely to get conversions than the other three. However, the other three would likely have more traffic.
I would run each of your keywords through Google, and through a second keyword analysis tool. I would work at finding 10-15 high traffic, low competition keyword phrases that have 3-4 words per phrase (long tail keywords). My guess is that the three generic one-to-two word phrases that you mentioned will have lots of traffic, but lots of competition, and will be hard to rank for.
I would also suggest that you find 2-4 other specific brands/products that you can sell as an affiliate. (such as the Olay Pro-x).
Create one page informational articles for each of the 10-15 keyword phrases that you find. Create one page review pages for each of the products you find to promote, and finally create a page where you compare and contrast the solutions that you have found, providing a link to each of the products.
Creating the pages is only half of the work.
You need good links to the pages.
With Google changing their algorithm often, and changes such as the Exact Match Domain Name that you mentions, people go crazy trying to keep up, and it is a loosing battle. Every new thing found, becomes something that Google penalizes next month. My suggestion is to create links that will bring you traffic whether Google exists or not.
What I mean by that is, say, posting an article on article directories will bring you traffic to your site even without any “search” traffic. However, Google will count those as “good” links, and reward you in your rankings as well.
My favorite list of places to link:
Document Sharing Sites (Scribed, Slide Share, Crocko, etc.)
Niche blog comments
Niche blog guest posting
All of these places will give you good links, will look natural, and will create traffic outside of the search engines, so they will create traffic even if you don’t get your keywords ranked.
And, with the latest changes to Google, may actually get your well researched keywords ranked and create a good traffic stream through search engines.
One more thing, make your comparison article longer than the others, and call it a buyer’s guide. Create an opt-in page and give it away as a free report. Start creating an email list. Most marketers don’t start making consistent money online until they have a list, and can start cross selling with other marketers who have lists. Just my two cents–for what it’s worth.
Hope this helps. I believe that this type of approach will make you successful in any niche you might choose.
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