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**When Is It Time To Move onto Your Next Niche?**

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by wezzab, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. wezzab

    wezzab Registered Member

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    When is it time to move onto your next niche? do you know when you have done enough or what kind of things do you complete before you say "Next One".

    Can somebody post their list of things they do ie: Youtube video, website, twitter/facebook accounts set up etc.
    Its just that obviousley it takes a little while before your efforts start to pay off, but when do you say right "Thats enough". Its just that i always make the mistake of starting something else before i should, but then again i do get most things done, but am i doing enough?

    What I do

    Website (Main one)
    Twitter
    Facebook
    You Tube Video
    Classifieds
    Forums (a few of the niche's main ones)
    Only x2 Bookmarking Sites
    Squidoo Page

    Leave 4-6 month and start building links where i can.

    These are done in a day or a couple depending how busy i am, but like i say, i tend to move on sometimes without going back to them. I am all over the place i think at moment.

    Can bhw members post their ways (Not any of your secrets if you have any ha ha!)

    I am new to pumping out loads of niches, i have built websites and promoted for years but used to rely on Adwords as my profit margins were so big that there were just no need to do all the above (Bit Lazy i know)
    I am certain that i have probably made a lot of newbie mistakes.

    I look forward to your posts, and thank you in advance

    Thnx
     
  2. wezzab

    wezzab Registered Member

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  3. Duffers5000

    Duffers5000 Elite Member

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    Look if you keep on chasing Niches you will keep on having the scattergun effect. Pick a niche that is evergreen and you like working on and it will be there forever. I have sites that I dont work on all the time but I keep coming back to them and plan to do for as long as possible.
     
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    What I've been doing is, instead of looking for different niches, I've been working on different products within the same niche instead.

    So for example,

    I'll build a site, a strong social presence, and make sure I'm steadily earning about 1k a month. Once I'm averaging about 1k monthly, I'll move onto another product/site within the same niche and start working on that the same way.

    Obviously I need to maintain everything, but it's not good to keep all your eggs in one basket.

    In my opinion if you keep moving around, you won't be able to fully take advantage of the niche you're in. Might be missing out on a lot of cash.

    Hope this helps

    -best regards
     
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