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Article Ideas....???

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by the_punisher, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. the_punisher

    the_punisher Power Member

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    Does anyone else have this problem? When you have nothing to write about?

    For example i have a website that is using computer memory as the niche. There is not much to write on that.. like i can explain whet RAM is and what are its types and then thats it, what else can i write about with such a niche??

    any ideas or help???



    Similarly i have other websites whse main keywords are software products like backup and data recovery.

    There is also not much to write about there.....
     
  2. DaGrip

    DaGrip Newbie

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    The articles don't have to be that narrowly targeted, any article related to computer hardware, or computers in general for that matter, would be a good fit to place your link to your Memory site in the resource box.
     
  3. jy2564

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    News,Reviews,Trips,Buying Guide,Compare,Just Search google to find out.
     
  4. kyrash

    kyrash Junior Member

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    Just go find recent articles in your own niche and re-write them...since its computer niche its even better as they are all saying the same thing but in different ways. So get one and say it ur own words voila!!!
     
  5. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    yeah, jy advice is great. make any article about computer, virus, etc etc. :)
     
  6. BlackSmack

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    Best thing as far as SEO is to review very specific products. Just go to like a T1gerdirect or new3gg where they have reviews, make the topic the model number and just come to your own conclusion on the product based on majority, stick a nice picture up there, affiliate link it.

    There's probably 1,000 articles you could do on that alone and they would be very targeted, low competition keywords.

    You could also expand to VIDEO cards memory and such branching out to other types of memory with products related. Adsense and product reviews work very well for me.
     
  7. the_punisher

    the_punisher Power Member

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    Thx a lot guys, ill try that
    i could not find those reviews on t1gerdirect or on new3gg, can you link them plz
     
  8. dmed123

    dmed123 Junior Member

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    I'd start with a great topic sentence like - Read This Before buying XXXX or Do XXXX Really Work? - What You Should Really Know about XXXX . Or XXXX vs. XXXX who will win? Then get content from other articles, spin that information, rearrange that information and bam! You've got an article worth reading...
     
  9. buttercup

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    Here you go: http://en.wikip*edia.org/wiki/Computer_memory

    If you can turn each few paragraphs into an article, by the time you have all of those you will know even more about the subject and have more to say.

    Also, think about things related to ram that are not necessarily ram. Like ram optimizers, and reviews of other products that go well with a certain kind of ram. Like, recommendations about what kind of ram you will want for a certain mobo/chip combo, etc.

    Good luck.
     
  10. secretboy08

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    write about various ram companies,compare their products,review and grade them,keep a lookout for the latest innovations and products to come.also you can talk about ram in conjunction to different operating systems.
    same goes for hard disks.
    also you can tap into portable memories which are hot products these days.
     
  11. shrkscn

    shrkscn Junior Member

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    I do it this way...

    1. For the niche I search on google for very generic term...
    2. Find top 3 sites in google, yahoo, msn
    3. Use that URL in Google Keyword tool to get other keywords people would use to search for
    4. Use those keywords, search again in search engines, pick up top sites & look at all articles.
    5. Read content from these sites & you will get your articles ready

    But yes, if you are tired of articles, you can always do a review sites or comparison sites to explain different features in products from various companies.
    Visit major technology sites & look for article ideas on latest innovation, but mostly write on something people are looking for. You can find this info in the trends sites...

    One more suggestion, you should probably also expand your site to include other hardware as well..
     
  12. deth_by_uv

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    Stop writing specifically about 'computer memory'...stop writing about the 'features'...

    If I were you, I'd start scraping sites like Yahoo! Answers to see what people are concerned about regarding the uses and needs of computer memory...

    That's what you want to write articles about!...

    For example, when I first bought my computer with only 500mb of RAM I truly felt like my life was moving at the pace of a snail...

    Can you imagine how many websites/webpages I was unable to view as a consequence?...

    I could not look at the news, mortgage rates, weather, traffic cameras, stock quotes, celebrity gossip, free arcade games, etc...

    If fact, personal experience, when I searched for more memory I read a lot of reviews on circuit city, best buy, etc., and I noticed a lot of people mentioning how much more productivity they got...time saved...value savings...

    They did not give a rats ass about specs or anything...it boiled down to, "Who cares?"..."What's in it for me?"..."So What?"...Write about all those little issues having more memory solves, dazzle them with how you are the SOLUTION to their PROBLEM...

    In my opinion, I'd start writing about why 'computer memory' ties into all the 'important' and emotional needs we meet or exceed having more memory to allow me to accomplish more of what I want!...

    More, or a better quality memory would allow me to work faster and more efficient, and when I want to view the news or weather, shit...I could load 5 windows with 10 tabs each while I do some Excel spreadsheets for work...

    What does that mean to me emotionally?...That's where I'd try to hit upon with something like computer memory...
     
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  13. zebrahat

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    Check the amount of actual searching going on for your niche with a search engine like the SEObook keyword suggestion tool, or just do an in-quotes search on Google. I just did a check of the term, and 'computer memory' gets you an estimated 660 searches a day on Google (about 20,000 a month). You should research until you find about 10 equivalent keywords, then build your content around those terms (say one or two keywords in each article and title on the site). That content should nudge the reader into wanting the hot niche product corresponding to those keywords, that your web ads link to.