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Exploiting the Spanish market

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by truesouth, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. truesouth

    truesouth Registered Member

    Apr 20, 2009
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    Well, compared to the English market, the Spanish market is very very late.
    You can give an idea of something in the English market and can not be exploited, but in Spanish it?

    Please discuss a healthy way.

    Thanks for your advice! :)
  2. brainchild

    brainchild Newbie

    Nov 25, 2009
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    Bashing Matt Cutts' post box with a baseball bat.
    There's no place like
    I didn't quite understand the question, but if you're looking for a way to monetize based on the Spanish market being a "late bloomer", since we're on the "affiliate marketing" thread, I would suggest you do the following:

    1. Take some time and do a search on recently purchased domains for your targeted market (in your case, .es domains for Spain). There are heaps of tools available online for this sort of activity. See what market niche is a trend right now. In other words, see what domains are being bought (ex: furniture, real estate, financial consulting etc). If a lot of domains are being bought at a certain moment, it means the market is heading for a boom period and you would want to be in on it.

    2. Get yourself a domain targeting the best possible keywords for the chosen field of activity (a good example for the "furniture" field for Spain would be "muebles-economico.es", which means something like "economy-furniture.es", for instance).

    3. Pump up said domain with as many relevant links as you can get, in as little time as possible, until the search engines give you enough relevancy to actually count for the field you have chosen.

    4. Contact some of the people who are high up in the search engine results for the main keywords of the market and offer them backlinks to increase their relevancy and gain an advantage over their competitor.

    Alternatively: you could try geotargeting with subdomains (ex: http://www.es.yoursite.com, where the "es" is a subdomain). NOT to be confused with a subdirectory (ex: http://www.yoursite.com/es).

    Hope this info was helpful.