Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SilverMovieDownloads, Aug 25, 2011.
Are Micro Niche Sites Still Worth it?
anyone still making money off of these types of sites
No not at all, we make them for fun to earn 0.001 $ than forget it lol
Yes off course they still make money. Why else do you think so many are doing them?
Yes its worth!!!
it requires less time and investment.
If there weren't worth the money I wouldn't have built 3k+ of em.
With the right keyword you can rank right off the top with them.
holy cow you must make 30000 to 50000 a month
Authority sites are much safer in the long term against pandas!
Clade... do u host on C-class? Cheers
do you even remember your sites names? maybe some day you stumble on your own site (thinking it somebody ele's) and contact the site owner for link exchange, and getting it delivered in ur mailbox...lol
Nope, give up now. Don't bother, Google just black lists and deindexes them.
Stay away from Adsense/Amazon/CJ/ClickBank or any type of affiliate marketing Micro Niche Sites.
are you serious ?
Nope, just about 10+ different shared HostGator hosting accounts.
I don't interlink them whatsoever so they were good.
If my understanding is correct, just because you don't interlink them does not mean much. If you're not on a c-class hosting, then your sites will all have the same IP which is easy for google to tell.
Still make money. $100 per day not that hard but risky.
Many people jumped on the microniche wagon when they were first introduced.
They can be good but you need to know what your doing promotion and monetisation wise.
Tell what? That you have 3k sites?
If you use adsense they know that already.
Google don't mind that. 90% of the websites are on shared IP's, think shared hostings etc.
Hosting providers usually put 10-100 users on the same server.
10 to 100? More like thousands. It is called overstacking and hence why hosting is so cheap from companies like HostGator.
Honestly I find them great for flipping. I usually start 20-30 each month and flip them about 3 months later. I usually sell them in packages (so 3-4 sites) and often at 15+ times revenue.
Where do you sell them?
Separate names with a comma.