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Hard or Easy Market to Penetrate?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by agag2, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hi
    Do u think promoting tweetattacks (sold here on forum) is a hard or easy niche? 26,000 results in google for tweetattacks review (with quotes)

    Will it be hard to rank? Need your thoughts
     
  2. masteraffmarket

    masteraffmarket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What are you seo skills. Is 26k to high.
    You tell us
     
  3. The Captain

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    all niche's are hard if you don't put effort into it.
     
  4. imperial109

    imperial109 Regular Member

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    Why don't you pick another niche that tweetattacks doesn't particularly focus on? If people go looking for the software, more times than not, they'll expect to buy it directly from the source, so to answer you question, yes it is a hard niche. Don't compete directly with the distributor. Think outside the box and find something else that it isn't applied to.

    Read some sales eBooks if you want to do affiliate marketing. For the longest time, I got by with just making a site and focused on getting visitors, and I thought that the rest would take care of itself. Sometimes I would spend months trying to rank a good site, but the conversions were only mediocre. Then I started applying sales techniques, and getting people drawn in. The sales went through the roof.

    Here's some tips that have helped me along the way.
    1. Incentives (offer something free from the start, and gear it toward the software)
    2. More Incentives (offer something free with the purchase of the software)
    3. Squeeze them (get their email and send weekly newsletters to those who haven't purchased)
    4. Emphasize the benefits of having the software (make it seem(scratch that, believe it) like that's the only software you use, and you would go broke without it)
    5. Post a video explaining aspects of it (you can use an online power point/slide show and windows movie maker to put together something simple - people are more willing to read short bits of text from a video than on a page)
     
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