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Niches are so difficult

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by verticall, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. verticall

    verticall Regular Member

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    I know how to use Market Samurai pretty decdently after watching all the videos but it is difficult finding a niche. I mean, there are literally hundreds and thousands of them but I have no clue which once to pick. I'm always worried about as to where I'm going to get the RSS feeds from, what the domain name should be, etc.
     
  2. sab1153

    sab1153 Registered Member

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    just do it. Also what I have found to be good if you do not want or don't have the cash to buy domains is to by a general domain and then for every niche to create a subdomain.It works well for me
     
  3. taemonica

    taemonica Junior Member

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    pick the one that interest you, with good amount of search volume, low competition, at least 5 advertisers on the niche. those are the basic ones i guess.
     
  4. Alex Brooks

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    It's not hard to find a niche, it's hard to pick what niche you want to work on, right now I've got like 10 projects written down in bits of paper across my desk, all in different niches, they'll just get thrown in the draw till next month when something will probably happen.