How do I find when someone asks a question about my niche/keyword?

by Murkr
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Hi, I recently created a website within a very small niche and i was wondering, how do i reach people who ask questions about my niche?

Right now im getting quora notifications and i search reddit.

But is there anyway i can type in my keyword(s) somewhere and then when someone asks a question about it, i can see it, and respond?
#asks #find #niche or keyword #question
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    You can do a few thing M:

    1 - Join related Facebook Groups and scan for questions.

    2: Join related Facebook Communities and scan for questions.

    3: Join niche forums related to your topic and scan for questions.

    4: Blog; running a self-hosted Wordpress blog positions you as an authority, allowing questions to flow to you.

    Be a generous contributor wherever you show up and yep; work to mine questions. Google Alerts can clue you in to some questions about your niche but to grow a sustainable business, bust your tail to find and answer questions and you will do A-OK buddy.

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    • Profile picture of the author Murkr
      Originally Posted by ryanbiddulph View Post

      You can do a few thing M:

      1 - Join related Facebook Groups and scan for questions.

      2: Join related Facebook Communities and scan for questions.

      3: Join niche forums related to your topic and scan for questions.

      4: Blog; running a self-hosted Wordpress blog positions you as an authority, allowing questions to flow to you.

      Be a generous contributor wherever you show up and yep; work to mine questions. Google Alerts can clue you in to some questions about your niche but to grow a sustainable business, bust your tail to find and answer questions and you will do A-OK buddy.

      Ryan
      Thanks Ryan,

      I have also joined Facebook groups.

      It sounds like Google Alerts is kind of what i was looking for! so besides the groups, message boards, reddit, and quora, when people post elsewhere it will be impossible for me to see fast enough to reply.

      I'm guessing that's what Google alerts will help with? I don't know yet, im about to start looking into what all it can do it my situation.

      ahrefs has an option to where if your "brand" is mentioned, it notifies you, I never tried it yet, but i thought there was some other bigger company that maybe focused on just that aspect.

      I was hoping to type some long tail keyword into some program and then have that program notify me when someone speaks of that long tail keyword.
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    set your google alert, youtube it. to get notified when people are typing your kw
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    I started a new forum recently. I've got some really good ideas for starting seed content by looking on existing forums.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nicholas Nalbach
    I did something like this on Twitter using IFTTT (If This Then That) app. You can set it up to compile a list of tweets depending on what specific keywords or hashtags are used.
    I am currently doing this for "#BloggerHelp" and I receive a notification when it is used. That tweet, profile, ect. is then logged into a Google Sheets page for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    If you have a gmail account go to Google alerts and put in your keyword that you want an alert for. Then when there is an alert you can answer the questions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamell
    One of the ways of finding out is by jumping in the comment sections regarding your niche and writing content answering or solving their problems.Another way is by searching users intent "local pan fried fish in southerncalifornia" .This is just to illustrate how you can specific search terms. Use your keyword search tools .
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