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Micro nishe in other languages then English - what do yo think?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darklich, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. darklich

    darklich Newbie

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    Hi,

    I have several micro niche sites, all with unique articles all in English.


    What do you thing should i translate them to other languages, like German, Chinese etc?


    Should i buy domain in the local translate language or add the new language in my current site/domain


    Should i use a translator like google translate, babylon or pay someone professional for the translate?


    Do you think i should try this tactic?

    (I currently use adsense for ads :) )

    Thanks,
    DarkLich.
     
  2. Bartholomew

    Bartholomew Regular Member

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    If you do site for anything else but backinking you should do professional translation by native language speaker, as auto-translated texts are so much horrible that it is even not funny.
    Now about traffic
    I've got a microniche site in Italian which ranks on first page of google for such keywords like "comprare gioielli" ("buy jewelry") and several related keys, and there's almost no traffic at all. In a whole year I earned less than 10 bucks with adsence on this site.
     
  3. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Can always do keyword research for anykeyword before committing to it.

    If keyword has traffic, then I see one big positive. Easy to write the stuff, since you can simply translate (professionally) something that already is written.
     
  4. dichotom

    dichotom Elite Member

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    Could I always do keyword research for anykeyword before committing to it? :p
     
  5. kenwithblue

    kenwithblue Junior Member

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    No way, man... You should do keyword research for anykeyword before commiting to it.

    Could you?
     
  6. Seki99

    Seki99 Registered Member

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    I have a german site, around 30k Broad match, listed without quotes 3# and getting around 40uniques per day, earning around 1$ per month...thats nearly nothing
     
  7. kenwithblue

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    I´d love to know the answer too.

    On a side note, EMD and Hosting would be another issues to take care about, I´m afraid. If your domain is an English keyword and you host it in USA for better SEO (provided this is your primary market), the –say– "German" side of your website will be seen as a foreign page in the eyes of Google.DE

    Perhaps there is some way to overcome the hosting obstacle (sort of mirror site)... I don´t know. Just speculating.