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WOW! Finding a Niche is hard nowadays! You guys feeling the same?

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  1. cdn_craigs

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    Before (meaning a year ago) it wass so easy to find a niche, get it ranked and make MOOLA

    now its soo hard, but even when ranked the traffic is not the same accuracy from Google Adwords Keyword tool i feel?

    What are you using to find NICHEs?

    Whats your take on this?
     
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    Yeah, that is absolutely right, but only for the English market. And what you say in you OP is the main reason that inspired me to start a service of Spanish MNS's buidling. IM'ers are too focused on the English market and they forget that although it's the number one language on the Internet, there are millions and millions of users that speak other languages, where many niches and KW's remain untapped.
     
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    It just requires more work and effort. That's never a bad thing; though some people may find it irritating, or have trouble earning as much as they used to, they just have to adapt. The internet is going to keep changing, as are the available niches.
     
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    @andres

    you are right on that one...
    ...but i guess you are from spain right?

    besides that - theres different countries and therefore different rules. most stuff around here is focused on the us market.
    some methods can be adapted easy - others can`t be adapted at all.
    so if you are from spain a.e. theres ways to tap another market with niches you ain`t got too much of competition.

    setting up something in a multilanguage way or making a multinational site isn`t that easy and has some risks attached to it - as you are in need of a desperate, trustworthy partner.
     
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    I know exactly how you are feeling OP, its impossible to find a niche that isn't already done. I always find a one off good one then I check and the competition is too high, Good Luck OP!
     
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    Been getting better with my spanish.. i'm thinking its time to start venturing into it.. thanks andres for the tip
     
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    Yes, I'm a native Spanish speaker, and I guess you are right; it's tough to venture into foreign territories without a clear and perfect knowledge about the specific language you intend to build a site around. And that's another reason I launched my service: to break language barriers. For me IM is a synonym of freedom, and I feel its kind of ironic to restrict oneself to just the English market, when Internet allows to reach every corner of the world. The game is changing; the online "boom" has been getting global since a while ago. The English market is not THE only market any more, but rather just a part of it. The new reality is clear, we can either ignore it and keep ourselves restricted to just one market or we can take advantage of it and expand our businesses to the enormous international market out there.


    Glad I can be of help.
     
  8. Halilovic-Squad

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    totally right on that one andres...
    ...maybe we should have a talk sometime about this - as i am planning to go multilingual on some stuff and can bring another native language to the table as well.