Questions to ask yourself as you explore these resources:


Which business model would you like to investigate?
What skills do you have for niche marketing? Writing, website developement, programming?
How will you use Micro Niche Finder to help you achieve your goals?

Beginners Start Here

Five Ways to Discover New Niches

  • How to find a niche in 10 minutes.
  • Use Google Trends and/or Yahoo Buzz to see if any products are listed.
  • Research a market that interests you, narrow it down to more specific keywords.
  • Search eBay completed auctions to see what sold and the number of bids
  • Search Google using seed keywords (see Niche Seed Terms sections)

Affiliate Networks

Domain Name Modifiers/Add-On Words

  • Buy
  • Buyers
  • Buying
  • Buys
  • Cheap
  • Cheaper
  • Cheapest
  • Costing
  • Costs
  • Coupon
  • Coupons
  • Discount
  • Discounting
  • Free Shipping
  • Merchandise
  • Merchandises
  • Merchant
  • On-line
  • Online
  • Order
  • Ordered
  • Buy
  • Buyers
  • Buying
  • Buys
  • Cheap
  • Cheaper
  • Cheapest
  • Costing
  • Costs
  • Coupon
  • Coupons
  • Discount
  • Discounting
  • Free Shipping
  • Merchandise
  • Merchandises
  • Merchant
  • On-line
  • Online
  • Order
  • Ordered

Get More Add-On Words

Resources

SEO Basics

  • SEO: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners:
  • Long tail keywords
  • Google Optimization:
    • keyword or keyword phrase as your domain url or domain subpage Ex: Company.com/keywordphrase.html)

    • keyword/keyword in Title Tage

    • Title Tag should be no more than 64 characters

    • keywords in h1, h2 heading tags

    • keywords elsewhere in the text and HTML

Monetizing and Business Models

Niche Seed Terms

  • Acquire
  • Best
  • Get, Gets, Getting, Got
  • Greatest
  • Highest
  • Most
  • Newest
  • Retail
  • Shop, Shopper, Shopping, Shops
  • Special
  • Top
  • Wholesale

Glossary

  • Adsense: a context-based advertisement service operated by Google that pays publishers a commission to run ads on their websites
  • Adwords: Google Adwords is the brand name for Google's popular pay per click advertising program
  • Affiliates: the publisher in an affiliate marketing relationship
  • Affiliate Network: a value-added intermediary providing services for affiliate merchants and affiliates
  • Backlinks: Backlinks are incoming links to a website or web page - see backlinks training video - www.TNRLinks/backlinks
  • Backlink (No-Follow): tells search engines to not pass Page Rank to the linked sites. Search engines will follow the link and index the content but will not give the linked site Page Rank for the backlink.
  • Backlinks (Do-Follow): the absence of a No-Follow code. This is a regular link that passes Page Rank to the linked site (Note: you do not have to specify Do-Follow since this is the default link behavior.)
  • Broad Phrase: searches in which all of the words from the search phrase were used, but not necessarily in the same order
  • CPA: online advertising payment model in which payment is based solely on qualifying actions such as sales or registrations.
  • CPC: the cost or cost-equivalent paid per click-through
  • Copy Writing: salesmanship-in-print or salesmanship multiplied

7 Backlink Sources

  • Engage regional blogs and news sites that will link to your site.
  • Identify local blogs and search them for the most relevant pages (site:domainname "keyword phrase")
  • Identify local news sites that support comments, then search site:domainname "keyword phrase"
  • Get relevant links from academic sites
  • Find forums, discussion groups, fan pages, or social media sites
  • Try relevant blogs and discussion groups
  • Look for fan pages and topic specific social media sites

Glossary, Continued

  • Exact Phrase: searches in which the searcher entered the phrase exactly as it appears
  • Global Count: the approximate average monthly number of search queries matching each keyword result for all Google servers. This statistic applies to searches performed on Google and the search network over a recent 12-month period. It includes traffic in all countries and languages.
  • Local Count: the approximate number of monthly search queries on the Google server used for the search matching each keyword result. This statistic applies to searches on Google and the search network in the most recent month that Google has data for.
  • LSI: Latent semantic indexing (LSI) is a means of describing a subject using different terms or comparing websites with common words in order to determine if they deal with the same subject
  • MOB: Measure of Backlinks is an estimated number of backlinks required to land on the first page of Google search results.
  • Niche: a focused, targetable portion of a market. Aniche market addresses a need for a product or service that is not being addressed by mainstream providers
  • Niche (micro): You can think of a micro niche as a extremely narrowly defined group of potential customers - even more narrowly defined than ‘niche’
  • Page Rank: Google’s measurement that represents how important a page is on the web. A large component of Page Rank is the number and quality of backlinks coming into a site.
  • Phrase: searches in which all of the words from the search phrase were used, in the same order, but possibly with additional words.
  • PPC: Pay per click affiliate programs pay affiliates every time they refer a visitor to a merchant’s website, regardless if the visitor buys or not.
  • Seed Terms: initial keywords or keyword phrase that are used to start keyword searches
  • SEO: process of increasing the amount of visitors to a website by obtaining a high-ranking placement in the search results page of a search engine
  • SOC: an exclusive metric Micro Niche Finder uses to determine the strength of the competition in a market
  • Tags: keywords or labels that you add to a site to make it easier to find by search engines

7 Outsourcing Options

5 Article Directories

9 Quick Traffic Methods

Advertising / Copy Writing

Six Ways to Prove It's a Bargain

  • Explain how you are able to offer the lower price
  • Dramatize the low price. (Ex. only ten cents per day!)
  • Tell how others are paying more.
  • Give the reasons for the low price.
  • State it’s a bargain. (Ex. This value is unbeatable, The lowest prices ever.)
  • Build the value. (Ex. It’s worth X, you pay Y.)


Seven Steps to Successful Advertising

  • Attract the right audience.
  • Hold their attention.
  • Channel existing desires onto your product.
  • Prove it is a bargain.
  • Establish confidence.
  • Make it easy to act.
  • Give a reason to act right now.

Nine Ways to Make it Easy to Buy

  • Tell where to buy.
  • Tell how to get there.
  • Give buying instructions.
  • Tell how to order by telephone.
  • Tell how to order by mail.
  • Include a coupon or order blank.
  • Offer an easy payment plan.
  • Offer free literature which does a complete sales job.
  • Offer a sample.


Ten Ways to Make Ads Believable

  • Be specific.
  • Use testimonials.
  • Feature the name of the manufacturer.
  • Build confidence in the manufacturer.
  • Tell a dramatic test of quality.
  • Use realism in copy and art.
  • State approval by experts.
  • Give proof of popularity.
  • Include a guarantee.
  • Repeat important points.

Fourteen Ways to Improve Your Copy

  • Write more than one headline.
  • Choose the best headline.
  • Do an opinion test.
  • Write more copy than required, then cut.
  • Omit introductory remarks.
  • Omit unnecessary wordage.
  • Ask for action.
  • Use judgement in revising copy.
  • Read it aloud.
  • Ask someone else to read it.
  • Invite criticism.
  • Give your critic a choice.
  • Aim for the stars.
  • Write every day.

Additional Add-On Words

  • 4less
  • Accessories
  • Affiliate
  • Affiliates
  • Affordable
  • Alleviate
  • Alternative
  • Bargain
  • Best
  • Best price
  • Best reviews of
  • Blackmarket
  • Brand
  • Budget
  • Build
  • Compare
  • Compare prices for
  • Competitor
  • Coupon code
  • Cracked
  • Create
  • Custom
  • Deal for
  • Deals
  • Discount code
  • Discounted
  • Do it yourself
  • Eliminate
  • Equipment
  • Event
  • Exposed
  • Fast
  • For less
  • For sale
  • Forum
  • Get cheap
  • Get rid of
  • Get the best price for
  • Half price
  • Help
  • How do I get
  • How to
  • I hate
  • I love
  • Increase
  • Inexpensive
  • Insider tips
  • Instant
  • Knockoff
  • Launch
  • Learn
  • Low cost
  • Low price
  • Low priced
  • Make
  • Manual
  • Method
  • New
  • Packages
  • Parts
  • Premium
  • Price compare
  • Price comparison
  • Printable coupon
  • Problems
  • Product
  • Products
  • Quick start
  • Release date
  • Remedy
  • Remove
  • Repair
  • Reviews
  • Revise
  • Sale
  • Secondhand
  • Secrets
  • Shortcuts
  • Start
  • Store
  • System
  • Tips
  • Training
  • Training video
  • Troubleshooting
  • Underground
  • Unleashed
  • Users
  • Video
  • What is the best price for
  • Where can I buy
  • Where can you buy
  • Where to buy
  • Who sells