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[Method] Finding good niches EASY

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tact89mark, Nov 29, 2014.

  1. tact89mark

    tact89mark Registered Member

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    I am going to show you a method to easily find new niches to get involved in. And the best part is that other people have already done the hardest part (keyword research) for you. All you have to do is verify their work to make sure they did the research properly.

    Guest posting has been all the rage lately for getting backlinks hasn't it? Well we are going to take advantage of this.

    There are multiple people out there offering paid guest posting on there blogs. A lot of these "blogs" are set up solely for this "guest posting" purpose, which means that the only thing on the blog are peoples articles with the link to their site that they are trying to rank. So here is what you do.

    Go to fiverr or whatever place you want to go and look for paid guest posting opportunities.

    Buy one of these gigs and give the guy a throw-away site if you don't want an actual link from the site. Once he posts the article make sure he gives you the url of the website it is posted on (or just find it with a backlink checker)

    Now go to that website and you will be able to see a bunch of peoples articles that they submitted for the purpose of getting backlinks to their niche website.

    Find something that interests you and go manually check out the keywords. If it looks good then there you go, a new niche idea that has probably already been chosen because it is promising.

    The only downside to this is that some of the people buying these gigs off fiverr don't really know what they are doing so the keyword research might not have been done properly. That is why you verify it yourself.

    Hope this will help someone!
     
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    Weblycos Senior Member Premium Member

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    I am not sure if you get high quality niches with this but certainly you will end up getting some good for sure. Good share
     
  3. praetserge

    praetserge Power Member

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    it is quite time consuming but I agree that it does make sense.
    I do a bit of a similar thing and if you spend a bit of time there then you can really find something nice... but it's not something new as people with some brain have been doing it or something similar for ages.
     
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    Great post for those noobs who are constantly asking about this. I'll be sure to link them next time :p
     
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  5. tact89mark

    tact89mark Registered Member

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    Someone, somewhere, will always be doing something similar in the area of SEO. The point is to think outside of the box and try different things. There are so many things out there that work but you actually need to try it to find out.

    And I'm sure many people don't think of this type of research because the common advice is "use google keyword planner" you know what I mean?

    As long as it is helpful for some people then Im happy lol

    stop worrying about the next google zoo update and just get out there and try things out. Not you specifically, just in general haha
     
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    serpdomination Newbie

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    You could also check popular sites such as ezine articles for recent publications and grab current niches.
     
  7. ZennoBlaster

    ZennoBlaster Senior Member

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    You could reverse engineer the links, but bear in mind that it could be a case of the blind leading the blind (i.e. they don't know what the f*ck they're doing). Plus, you're spending money on a possibly pointless exercise.
     
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    I found a less competitive keywords and niche via same method and now doing good in that niche :)
     
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    That's an interesting method, thanks for sharing! Definitively something to try out. Could be a bit hit and miss though, but at the same time it's worth a try since it could lead to finding some niche you wouldn't have known about before.

    I often use Flippa to find niches. However, I just use Flippa as a starting point to do further research on the niches that the websites being sold are in, since the numbers/earnings of Flippa are often inaccurate or faked.

    Surprisingly I also find browsing large libraries to be useful. I discovered the niche of one of my main sites this way, and since I found it in the library, I have hundred of books there I can draw on when writing articles.
     
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    sibivfl Regular Member

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    I think u could ask a seller for a samples instead of buying and get the same for free :)
     
  12. gazmo

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    I had in the past actually set up a fiverr gig for the sole purpose of finding good niches.

    The amount of trash websites I saw ... I'm pretty sure 99% of people there never made any money ... I only managed to find one good one, but it was still worth it, I'm ranking a parasite youtube vid for it and cashing out $$$$$
     
  13. tact89mark

    tact89mark Registered Member

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    Haha the library? What is that? lol I like it man going old school.
     
  14. tact89mark

    tact89mark Registered Member

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    I like the way you think
     
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    LeftLoosey Newbie

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    If the texts on the books was never uploaded online you could technically copy word for word and still have an original article !
     
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    this is very interesting but seems like it could be expensive buying all those gigs unless you find a great keyword niche on the first go.
     
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    xha44a Power Member

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    Here's a twist on it. Find those people who are clearly paying for their sites to have guest posts, and contact them offering to sell them links (for a price) and send them some BHW combos? Or setup your own guest posting sites on some expired PR domains for cheap and contact those people offering your services.
     
  18. tact89mark

    tact89mark Registered Member

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    But I would make sure they write and submit their own article with link where they want it. You would not catch me writing all the articles like some fiverr gigs lol