Discussion in 'YouTube' started by dareos, Feb 7, 2014.
Where do i find niches for ppd what sites do i use and how to check if they will be downloaded?
It's easy! - Goto any of your site dashboard > Check spam comments > All niches are here
No joke, I easily get 8k spam comments every day in a relatively not-known-at-all website.
I can't imagine what bigger sites go through.
Here is the classic way to find a niche, pretend to offer freebies and then the people who are dumb enough will happily give you their niche.
Yes like Mickyfu said, pretend to offer some freebies on forums like free youtube likes or comments and get the noob niches
You could buy a bookmarking gig off Fiverr, off a big seller. Then go through all the bookmarks on the account which have been used for your gig.
Its motivating to see people share their own creative ideas.
What I do -
You can use the vagex bot for credits on YT videos, keep the bot open on your screen and record all the different videos people are promoting.
You can order SEO gigs on BHW and WF and steal niches from root domains.
You can do the same thing on Fiver.
Random searches from your brain.
Look on ebay, amazon, buy.com.
Scrape 1 root keyword in scrapebox 3 times then run all the keywords through GKT.
Filter out all the keywords under xxx amount of searches.
Do this repeatedly for as many niches as possible.
Save keyword data.
Honestly, we need a lot more bots for finding good keywords.
Use google trends on new products.
There are endless ways of finding niches if you think about it.
Someone should create 1 massive list.
Run a search on "random word generator", and keep generating words until something catches your attention. Once it does, open keyword planner and input the most broad version of that word into the textbox, and begin to narrow it down from there.
Checking the spam comments on your site is the best way. I have recently started using this method.
Before you consider the niche you first need to have an idea of the general category you want to do PPD in e.g. e-books, PDFs, apps, videos, softwares, cracks, hacks, gaming credits, virtual gaming goods etc. Once you have selected a category then you should list down some of the notable items in that category. Then utilize search analysis tools like the YouTube keyword Tool or the Google Keyword Planner to narrow down on the items that have a good/decent monthly search volume. The final step in this process is to select a product where the competition is reasonable i.e not too saturated. You know a niche is saturated if you cannot rank for any of your keywords and your videos are always flagged and removed 24 hours after uploading.
And I always keep wondering how people keep falling for this xD
What's a good monthly search and not saturated 2k and probably also hite hat niches howw do i find that?
Yes we actually had a 4 page+ thread dedicated to one of these scams the other day, and no matter how many people tried to tell others it was a scam, people just kept typing away "Im In".
Good monthly search volume > 9,000 searches/month
If it's over 9k searches/month what about 20k to 50k searches per month also?
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