When doing affiliate marketing its important to choose the right niche market to enter. Choosing a great niche is usually the most common thing that people struggle with, so I have provided 9 examples of good affiliate niches…
Category Archives: Niche Research
Perhaps the most common question that I get asked by people in regard to online marketing really, is ‘how do I choose a great niche market?’. So assuming a lot of my subscribers would like to know this, I decided to write this post on the topic….
If you really want to become an authority in your niche and produce good quality content, then you really need to know your niche and produce content that will connect with them. By the way if you haven’t yet watch the webinar I did with Mike Ullman the other night, he presented some pretty compelling info that I highly recommend you watch, here’s the link to the replay: Webinar Replay
There are various ways that you can learn about your affiliate marketing niche…
In this post I’ll be explaining a very useful tricks on how to find niche markets and products to promote as an affiliate. I have included a video at the bottom of the post also.
When I first started out online, many years ago now, I struggled to know what niche to enter into.
These days I find it much easier and I want to share some tips on this for you all today….
In the video below I have demonstrated an some important keyword research techniques that will ensure you are choosing keywords that will make you good money for longterm.
The last thing you want to do is build a whole bunch of content on keywords that are on the way out or very inconsistent…
Below is a video that demonstrates how to do some very effective affiliate research for finding quality products to promote, and also how to find some great content for your review pages.
The focus of this video is on physical products, and I’m sure you’ll agree there is a lot of choice out there when you head done this path.
Watch the video and if you could be as kind to comment on my Youtube video, I would appreciate it!
From my years of experience coaching people online, I’ve found that one of the most common stumbling blocks for people, is knowing how to find good affiliate programs.
In this post I will help you overcome this, by sharing with you a sneaky little trick that involves a little spy work and using the popular social media site called “Hubpages”.
In this weeks post I am going to stick to the theme of working smarter and not harder, and I am therefore going to show you a very simple and effective way that you can leverage the work of your competition, and also get some very valuable links from .edu and .gov domains.
Building back links to your website is absolutely key when it comes to getting good search engine rankings. However if you have spent any time doing this you will realize that it can be hard work.
However there is are free ways that can help you see what your competition have done, in regards to back linking their sites, and that is by using search strings in Yahoo…
I hope you are all well and enjoying 2010 so far!
To kick things of this year I thought it would be a good idea to share, perhaps one of the biggest lessons that I have learned in my online marketing career, and that is to work smarter and not harder.
So, in this post I will be sharing with you some tricks that you can use, to ensure that you get the most out of your marketing, and work smarter than the bunch!
I see a large number of newbie internet marketers, in their over zealous enthusiasm to make money online, race in, head first and build websites that target any keywords they can think of.
Next they virtually burn themselves out doing SEO or burn their bank accounts out on Google Adwords, and sadly often to little positive effect.
In today’s post I am going to be showing you a little trick for finding hot niches for affiliates, that focus on physical products.
However the best part is that I am going to show you a great free tool from Google (no its not the keyword tool, but we will use it) that will make this process a whole lot easier.
What most affiliates do is focus heavily on Clickbank products, and this is not a bad thing, however the competition can be fierce in some niches. The great news is that you don’t have to stay in Clickbank, there is a HUGE amount of other networks that sell physical products which you can be an affiliate for too.