How To Build Your Niche

If you are interested in launching niche sites and want to tap in to this lucrative market then you need a plan of action. Before you start on your first project, ask yourself how you want to approach the task. Do you want to produce a large number of mini sites in order to gain as much ad revenue as possible; or do you want to be hands on and build up your chosen niche in a precise and meaningful way. If you are using PLR articles for your niche site then you will need to re-edit and make the articles your own. Whichever way you choose to tackle it First of all you will need to do a feasibility study on your chosen niche.

Tools to help you decide

First off we need to gather some information about your chosen niche like how competitive this particular niche is. There are many analytical tools available for you to use, one of my favourites is the Firefox add-on called   Search Status: A Search Extension for Firefox and Mozilla this is a great tool for analysing your competition. Search Status is a toolbar extension for Firefox and Mozilla that allows you to see how any website is performing. Designed for the highly specialised needs of search engine marketers, this toolbar provides extensive search-related information about a site, all conveniently displayed in one discreet and compact toolbar. The list of stats that this extension spits out is very impressive, there are just too many to list, so click through to find out more.

Building your niche site

So now that you have done all your research and are satisfied that you’re chosen niche is a feasible one you will want to start building your site. Choosing niche content builder software is your next important decision. For this article I will be using Content Builder Pro and I will explain why,   Read the rest of this article >>>

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