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Finding a good niche?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Ramus313, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. Ramus313

    Ramus313 Power Member

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    I have got some new content software I would like to test out, and i am going to be making an adsense niche/authority site as a case study(sort of). i know how to find good keywords for a given niche, but i really do not have any niche in mind for the new site. I have LongTailPro and a couple other keyword research tools, but can these be used for finding potential niches?
     
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    john1444 Elite Member

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    Always go after a niche where you know there is money being made.
    No point in having rankings if it doesn't convert.

    There are still good keywords to be found and if you are good at SEO you can even target the main keywords.
    So by all means, go after the weight loss or finance niche. At least there is money to be made ;)
     
  5. beauxesprits

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    Go after any niche and try to dominate it, dont go for 10-20 niche that wont help you at the initial stages.
     
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    To spot a good niche you'll need some experience. Just test, test, test. :) PM me for more info if you want.
     
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    for me, looking into squidoo topics have always worked.. you can give it a try..
     
  8. YoungCaesar

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    You could use Google Trends if you have done it before. It is a good way to profitable niche. Usually i would find something that is still coming up and with low competition yet and possible to rank. You could use Google tools to estimate potential profit from AdSense (yes, it is not a guarantee... ) as well based on few keywords :)
     
  9. Vekkata

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    I think it depend. If you are not good at SEO like me and you count on social networks for traffic, then you have to know what people are looking for in your social network. For example in Pinterest 80% of the users are female mid age. So weight loss/healthcare niche is perfect. If you have tumblr for example, most of the users are horny teenagers - porn will be perfect. But from my experience " fight cancer " niche pay the most. I just don't feel like making money from that niche... people that will read those articles, they are in pain, they have someone closer to them, who have this f*cking disease, they will click on your advertisment, because they are looking for the answer. If you decide to pick weight loss/healthcare and you need help with Pinterest, PM me i'll invite you to my boards and give you some tips how to get 2000-4000 k UV daily with little efforts. Sorry for my english. Good luck !