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How To Start Creating Niche Websites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kudlajz, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. kudlajz

    kudlajz Registered Member

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    Hi.

    I would like to start a niche specific website, I am ready to write any articles myself. I am not a native English speaker, but my writing skills are pretty good. I just don't know what to write in those articles. Is it possible to write articles for a niche which you are not interested in? Maybe by looking into articles of others? I am now reading through some ebooks and BHW topics on niche marketing, but still can't understand it fully.
     
  2. Abroncas

    Abroncas Newbie

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    Amazon is a good resource for this, especially if you are not personally interested in or knowledgeable in the niche:

    1. Search the books section with the keyword for your niche
    2. From the search results click on the "Look Inside" feature
    3. Go to the "Table of Contents" - each chapter should give you a good idea what to write about
    4. Repeat 1 to 3 looking at as many books as necessary

    This method is also helpful to plan a list of articles upfront.

    Hope this helps. Good luck!
     
  3. georgemichael

    georgemichael BANNED BANNED

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    just go to any website in your niche and see what is being talked about, do some kw research of course, and start writing
     
  4. dannyhw

    dannyhw Senior Member

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    Supply and demand. If you find a niche with a decent volume you've found a demand. If you look at the SERPs and don't see any satisfactory content you've found a demand that hasn't been met. Those are probably your best bets. If there already is good content, you can try to do better but it's going to be a little more of an uphill battle.
     
  5. doof155

    doof155 Newbie

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    Find a good article in your niche and spin it :)