So I was browsing without any particular motive, skimming through a viral blog & I find an article - some wannabe fashion enthusiast shared her experience with a product. I thought of it as a niche first but I guess an Amazon aff. site would be better? I think this can be huge because the article is going viral & a fashion YouTuber did a video recently which is going viral too. Something like a trend that could spread like viral among US women (this was pretty much unknown till now or very little exposure) I searched the main keyword on Google, intitle: "main keyword" - No results. 34 results without quotes out of which 3 are related. The top 10 results (normal search) are: - That viral article - 3x Amazon.com links (2 related - 1 somewhat unrelated) - The viral video - An article that basically just links to that viral video. - An article from 2015 which was written on the same topic (This didn't went viral then, but I see people are digging up the post now & there are many comments that has been posted last month - ie March 2017) - 3 articles written in 2015 - not viral, no comments or interaction here. The exact match domain (.com) is still available. My problems are: - Will it be too difficult to outrank the viral sites? They are pretty famous ones. - One of the sites already has Amazon Buy Now links, but strangely enough these are not referral links. - Price of the products are around $10 - is it too low to consider? - Considering this is a beauty product (that runs out) women might buy it again but they won't follow my link & buy from Amazon directly because that's normal. What would you do? Some of this might sound noob as I'm not really into Amazon niche aff. & this would be my first. I was pretty much always into content writing & learning SEO for the past few months after joining here. Thanks for all inputs guys!