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Question: How you choose your niches? And make a Formula out of it

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Killerfox, Apr 5, 2013.

  1. Killerfox

    Killerfox Junior Member

    Mar 9, 2011
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    Hi everyone,

    I already started with 2 little micro site, one was bought from here, one will be just for a studie. I use Nichecracker for finding niche. It gives me a lot of Informations, Cpa, Unique visitors, and much more. Some of the keywords get green, others yellow. But I'm really afraid of taking a niche that could work. How do you choose your niches? What is a good niche and what is a bad one? (Possibly a math formula? Unique Searches * ACTR/ Competition Rank * 100 or something like this) Would be great to get some advices from experts like you all are. And work out a nice Formula or a good eye for the right niche.

    Hopefully you could help me for choosing my / our next niche and through an formula it could be good to compare different keywords with each other. Would this be possible?


    PS: I'm sorry for my bad English but I give my best to keep it understandable ;)
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2013
  2. Trevor J

    Trevor J Junior Member

    Apr 4, 2013
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    I usually try to get a "best case scenario". I used to do adsense, but realized CPA is really the way to go a long time ago. So I usually look at products that have high pay rate in a larger industry, insurance is a example of a larger industry. I then probe around to see what the top earners are making, you can ask your affiliate managers or the product manufacturers. Once you get a best case scenario and it sounds worth it monetarily, then I would go ahead and pursue the niche. (also after looking at competition etc).
  3. LitSumo

    LitSumo Junior Member

    Mar 21, 2013
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    Middle of Nowhere
    just research, research, research, and research.. which is good.