How long did it take you to build a profitable niche site?

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Been wanting to start a niche site. It seems that it could be very time consuming and difficult if you're not an expert in the niche.

Looking for any tips or advice??

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jamie3000
    Very slow to begin with. One you pick up good strong links or build a PBN then things get going but don't be surprised if you don't make any real money for 6plus months
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  • Write some good review about the niche which you promoting, Build some quality back-links( Create back-link by own instead of purchasing), Within 6 months you will get get result.



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    • Profile picture of the author joshdn10
      Yeah thats what I'm thinking. I know how to build good backlinks because I've done it for a few old blogs. But I think YouTube is a must these days..
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by joshdn10 View Post

    Been wanting to start a niche site. It seems that it could be very time consuming and difficult if you're not an expert in the niche.

    Looking for any tips or advice??

    Thanks


    Why bother?

    You're already turning $1 into $30,000 a month with your forum sig. (....>> $1 = $30 000 per month <<....).

    Wouldn't it be easier to spend $10 a month and make $300,000?
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    • Profile picture of the author joshdn10
      The problem is that I invest majority of that into my property business.. I also have an e-comm store that is starting to take off but I want to diversify online so thats why I'm interested in niche sites atm.
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      • Profile picture of the author Adrianne_
        Originally Posted by joshdn10 View Post

        The problem is that I invest majority of that into my property business.. I also have an e-comm store that is starting to take off but I want to diversify online so thats why I'm interested in niche sites atm.
        Are you giving yourself enough time to develop one thing
        before moving on to promoting something else? You have
        a property business, e-store, and now you want to start
        a niche site?

        I suggest you choose one of your streams, and get it to
        earning a certain amount of income, such as $1,000, or
        $3,000 or something. This will give you time to develop
        a working solution that you can use on your other
        businesses.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    Well working only with blog its hard and it takes time .To diversify things i promote my blog posts on forums ,facebook groups youtube etc .I dont wait for google rankings
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  • Profile picture of the author kindsvater
    Could be a day. Could be many months. The term "niche" is too broad and vague in this context. The more narrowly defined and targeted you are the less time will likely be required.

    I wouldn't worry about not initially being an expert. The process of creating a site should require work that develops you into an expert.

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  • Profile picture of the author Marketing4life
    If it is a very specific niche, this can be very very hard for someone just starting out. But you can definitely learn about a niche by reading up on the topic and see what it is all about if you had no previous experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author ma247
    If you work with a low competitive keyword you will get paid very quickly but profit will be a small amount. To earn more money you have to work with competitive keywords and invest more money.
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  • Profile picture of the author GrowthforLife
    Yes, it is going to be time consuming, but you'd rather look at the potential benefits several months/years down the line, rather than how much time it will take now. Give yourself time to study the niche, learn as much as you can, learn about online marketing and SEO, do all the necessary groundworks, make comprehensive plans - and you will be successful. Most people hardly ever take the time to do all these things, and that is why very few are successful. I knew nothing whatsoever about websites or online marketing, but all my current incomes are from the sites that I created. I put in the work for about 2 years and got really good at it. Don't look at it as a matter of 'how long its going to take'.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    I'd remove your forum signature. Take a deep breath. Relax. Then ask yourself:

    "Why do I want to build a profitable niche site?"

    Answer honestly. If money is your prime driver, it will be time consuming and difficult because money sprints from greed and fear energies. But money flows freely - gradually - to generous entrepreneurs who follow their passion, develop their skills, cultivate a sense of detachment about their work and build their friend networks to solve a specific problem and to render useful service.
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