How To Conquer and RIP Apart Niches- And Profit Like A Mad Man!

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Lets go right to it!..

I recently entered a niche/market and took it over. Literally within 7 days I took it over.

I obviously, won't give it away because its my territory but I am going to layout exactly the formula/methods I used to do this.


1. I first entered with PPC. PPC allows me to see if its profitable, and if I can make money with PPC, I sure can make money with SEO, PPV, Offline marketing!

I figured, if I can make 10 sales with ppc, its well worth my time to do SEO, setup more PPC campaigns, content, placements etc.

2. My SEO Steps:

- Domain (match my keywords)
- 15-20 Articles Linking back to my {pre-sell blog}, I then go and hire a person from odesk to submit my articles throughout the article directories.

Ezine articles offers a $97/monthly membership, that instanlty approvals your articles, which really helps with SEO and getting ranking.

- I grab the Hubpages, Squidoo, Digg, and make sure my keyword can be at the end of the url.

Example: Under Construction on Squidoo or my-keyword

- I will write a squidoo, hubpages, and digg entry. I will make sure all my articles have been submitted to these sites as well.

- I then go find relevant blogs, and post 100-200 posts, linking back once again to my pre-sell blog. So while I am building optimization through the search engines, I am still making sales and generating quality traffic to my blog (google likes this)

- I will feed my SEO work, every single day with new backlinks and internal linking throughout the blog, Fresh content is always added.

2. I expand my PPC campaign into the content network, I will use Contentbully, once again to find the sites that are matching my "keywords" and relevant ads. If you haven't noticed PPCbully and Contentbully were created by the same guy, awesome!

3. I will also setup a PPV campaign, targeting my own SEO sites on the search engines based on that niche, and others as well.

WHY you make ask?.... Well because I want to take over, and if someone comes to my blog and doesn't buy right then, my ppv POPS up underneath their browser. (If they have the ad-aware on there computer). And boom there is my ad again making sure they didn't miss anything on my blog.

4. I then purchase media space, through adbrite and make sure my banners are "under the fold" and the site is targeted to my niche/product.

I usually spend about 1 week doing all this work, and perfecting exactly all my steps and systems to continue taking over some niches.

This formula has made me around $200-300 per day, sometimes higher, and sometimes lower! Obviously, my PPC campaigns are not pumping like crazy, because my SEO work is FREE TRAFFIC!
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  • Profile picture of the author LeivaMatias
    Hey,

    I have gone away from the free traffic sources. Nothing against them, it seems like a lot of manual work, I have tried the video marketing (couldnt inflate the views), messed with CL then came across to many obstacles and it became a full-time thing with CL.. I tried outsourcing but most of those clowns couldn't get an AD up.

    The latest I have tried is CL scraping, don't have enough results to speak upon it.
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    • Profile picture of the author LeivaMatias
      oh yeah you def. got the luck on that end. I spent several $35 payments with getafreelancer and others for CL posters. I still outsource for other work , but def. haven't had much luck with the CL people.

      Originally Posted by honestbizpro View Post

      LOL, that's funny on the outsourcing....I guess I got lucky.

      I am so glad I created niche blogs because everyone of them is an asset to be sold.
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  • Profile picture of the author Midas3 Consulting
    Originally Posted by LeivaMatias View Post


    4. I then purchase media space, through adbrite and make sure my banners are "under the fold" and the site is targeted to my niche/product.
    Nice blueprint, mind you on point 4, I'm figuring you meant "above the fold" .

    Hook me up on SKYPE , not chatted for a while.
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  • Profile picture of the author LeivaMatias
    Simon,

    hey thanks for catching that. yes sorry guys above the fold.

    I apologize.
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