Hi guys, this might be in the wrong forum, but... I'm really going to start pushing my niche marketing efforts this year. I'm not a total marketing noob, but I don't have experience in testing specific niches before either creating a product or spending my valuable time developing a quality blog with affiliate programs. I've been studying a lot from books and various websites; I got some cool tips from Frank Kern (he did a promo video for Mass Control 2.0, but the video had lots of good info). I read Ewen Chia's "How I made my first million on the internet..." book, which had a ton of good info, too. So far, this is what I have: After you find your favorite micro-niche keywords (using Market Samurai, etc.): 1. Get 4 ClickBank affiliate links of different products (Low Ticket, High Ticket, and membership products) 2. Setup 4 Lists, and have 4 different landing pages that redirect to different sales pages of affiliate products. Rotate these affiliate offers in follow-up emails (2:1 ratio, 2 emails having cool tips and finds from you; 1 email sales pitch) 3. Find media to give away in the initial email 4. Create Landing Pages that APPEAL to bidding keywords, of which addresses the market's "problems". Create a pop-in that convinces the visitor to subscribe to your list before leaving the site. 5. Create a survey in Wordpress asking about why the prospect is researching on the topic (What are some key questions?) 6. Write articles (2-4) on your keyword topic (~500 words) and submit them to article sites, hubpages, etc. What steps am I missing for a successful testing? Any suggestions? Things I should change, or add? What about PR? Cheers!