I think this niche is starving, but I've not used this technique before....

by newbim
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Hi,

I'm looking at PPC / CPA (never looked into this area of IM before so forgive me if my terminology is incorrect.

From what I understand about selling to a hungry niche, step 1 is checking google. These are the results of the niche I'm looking into (see attachment):

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So my understanding shows this is a very hungry market. The next bit is what I'm having difficulty with - what now?

I think it's the part where I create a keyword-rich web site, and a squeeze page. Is this right?

I already have a product I created some time ago, and it matches well with the demographic of the majority of searchers.

.... or am I completely off track? ANY clarification would be great.

Thanks for reading,

Andy (newbim)
#niche #starving #technique
  • Profile picture of the author winsoar
    It means competition on Adwords is low, so the cost per click is low. It doesn't mean the organic competition is low. You need to use the allintitle search to check that.
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  • Profile picture of the author newbim
    Thanks,

    So, I've had a look through some on google using the allintitle prefix, and there doesn't seem to be any sponsored ads com up on the main keywords.

    At what point would you decide if it's a profitable niche to start developing?

    Thanks again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Baadier Sydow
    The competition is low because the adwords competition is low. Its most likely because people do not buy when searching that particular keyword. Your competitors are often your best researchers because they have already tested the market for you.

    Naturally though, if you think you can pull a profit going after it then why not.
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    • Profile picture of the author newbim
      Originally Posted by Baadier View Post

      Your competitors are often your best researchers because they have already tested the market for you.
      I see what you mean, but isn't it like saying that the only worthwhile niches are taken already by the competition?

      I wanted to try and create a product based around something I know about - so I can offer maximum value, and I thought these figures looked the most promising. HAHA, so much I have to learn. Thanks for the reply .
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    I normally look for around 70,000 searches per month. Quality backlinks are what you need to get a decent ranking for any page. You also need lots of pages, unique content, and regular updates. The Google +1 button also helps a lot, as does Facebook likes to a lesser extent. Tweets have no effect on ranking but can help to drive traffic.
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