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How to create niche site ?!

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by MoneyMafia, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. MoneyMafia

    MoneyMafia Regular Member

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    Heya everyone

    - I've chosen the product I want to promote it and now I'm on my way to create my first niche site.
    - Bought a .com domain related to product I promote.

    Question - How will I write the content .. I should rewrite its sales page or write a review of the product ?!
    Besides articles related to the product what have to be added on this mini site ?!

    Thanks in advance for your answers
     
  2. bhimeruk

    bhimeruk Newbie

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    People like you make me sick.

    'buy it try and and refund it, but don't speak to the product owner' - I hope Karma is real.
     
  3. battman323

    battman323 Regular Member

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    Yeah the whole CB refund thing is lame.

    To answer the question, I think a blog is best for niches for the following reasons:

    - Each post can be very specific about a certain aspect of the niche, which gives you more flexibility within your niche site of what you can do.

    - Blogs are easier to search engine love from

    - Blogs are better seen by social bookmarking sites than sales pages

    - You can add simple advertising to the periphery of the blog design for subtle advertising

    - RSS FEED - Need I say more?
     
  4. engine102

    engine102 Registered Member

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    MoneyMafia,

    The answer is it really depends on what product or service you are promoting. I agree that sometimes the best approach is the comparison page, where you take 3 or 4 products and rank them, of course with the highest commission ranked first.

    You can also use Squidoo to direct traffic, its a good free resource.

    As for articles/posts for your product or service if you go that route, you can always visit your competition for the keywords you are targeting and see what they are doing.

    I have done that on a couple of my niche sites and rewrote their content for my site, helps save time and duplicate content penalty. Plus, on a few of my competitors sites, they aren't SEO guru's, just average joe's so it makes it easier to outrank them.

    Hope this helps!
     
  5. kucaimas

    kucaimas Registered Member

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    i agree with engine102.. thx, that's really helpfull for me
     
  6. Darkness

    Darkness Registered Member

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    Ok, I guess this thread got WAY off topic, so I am gonna try and answer the original question. Whatever the product is, the person who made it probably has a blog or an email list you can subscribe to. Just combine what you learn from those resources, and google other articles related to your topic, and you should be able to create a ton of content.