topics in one post because they actually do tie in to each other, at least
loosely. After I'm done, you'll see why.
I went to check my EZA stats and was greeted by all these bar graphs of
my article views. They now show you what your most viewed articles are
by month...really cool.
Anyway, I was looking at some of the views of my more popular articles. I
don't normally even care because I know that ultimately my article writing is
making me money.
But today I really saw why.
Articles that I wrote well over a year ago are still getting a decent number
of monthly views, which explains why my daily opt ins are increasing at
an arithmetically progressive rate.
Now, my IM related articles (make money online niche) now total over
1,000. So I can understand the income they're generating.
But...I just recently started another niche that I only have 45 articles for.
Think about this...45 articles. That's not a lot.
And yet, this niche is now bringing me in sales on a daily basis.
I can only imagine what kind of an income this niche will bring me once I've
reached several hundred articles.
I can't even imagine the income once I've hit 1,000.
Point is, the niche you tackle can make such a HUGE difference in the
results you get, even with just a small amount of promotion.
Article writing, in general, for some niches is a lot more effective than for
the IM niche, which is what I've been primarily writing in for years now.
Just more statistics to make me wish that I had avoided the IM niche from
the very start and just concentrated on niches where...
refunds are fewer
people are less skeptical
competition isn't as fierce
I'm certainly not going to give up my main source of income, but boy, my
life could have been so much easier had I gone in another direction.
Something to think about if you're first starting out.