The Niche Site at Night is finally underway! In this public niche site case study, I am sharing every single step and process that I use to create a profitable niche website. Anybody who knows anything at all about niche sites knows that keyword research is absolutely the most important step if you plan to get your traffic from search engines (namely Google). Not only is it the most important – but it is also the very first step.
Keyword research enables you to find what people are actually searching for in Google. With a little bit of experience and knowledge, combined with the use of some powerful tools – you can use this information to determine competition levels for keywords and whether or not you think you will be able to rank for them. You need seed keywords to begin your keyword research. There are many different ways to come up with seed keywords. I’ll show you one method that I’ve been using. This method has helped me find some pretty sweet keywords over the last several months – keywords that will be highly profitable by promoting Amazon products. You can try my method or use one of your own. The possibilities are almost endless when it comes to picking seed keywords to begin your keyword research.
Note: I do all of my keyword research with Long Tail Pro (Platinum version) – and this is the only tool I suggest using for keyword research. There are other tools and even free ways to do keyword research – but I will not be discussing them. Long Tail Pro is the industry standard for keyword research and is by far much better and faster than any other tool.
Niche Site at Night Video
Finding a Niche and Starting Keyword Research
Or you can watch the video directly on YouTube here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCVd9gZrKjs
Tools Used in the Video:
- Azon Top 100 Analyzer – Included in AmaSuite – 4 ridiculously valuable software products for one low price
- Long Tail Pro (Platinum) – the best keyword research tool on the market
Although my niche selection process isn’t quite complete – I think I’m off to a pretty good start. At this point, I am still undecided as to whether or not I will use the niche that I found in the video. Early indications tell me that it might be a great niche – but I’ve still got some digging to do. Plus, I might want to explore a few other niches before I make a final decision.
I’m sure there will be a few questions regarding some of the stuff I shared or something I may have left out. I’m looking forward to answering questions in the comments section below.