A while back, I decided to start testing out 'testing niches for free.' I have several of the test 'tests' running right now, but I'm going to tell you about the two I'm getting results from.
Here's what I did and the results I got.
I took a PLR product I had and put up a blogspot blog
I copied and pasted PLR into the blog
Put up an opt-in
Put adsense on the blog
WENT TO YOUTUBE AND MADE A VIDEO ADSENSE PLAYER! And installed the code on a blog post.
I SPUN, that's right SPUN, 3 articles into ONE BRAND NEW ONE using Word and a tool I just LOVE, (ContentBoss), and submitted to eza.
The eza article is still on p.1 of the SERPS today
I went to Clickbank and grabbed some related product affiliate links and hyperlinked some keywords in the article.
I made a cheesy video and uploaded to Youtube.
I submitted the RSS feed to the aggregators
I submittd the video to a free online podcast directory submission site.
Time Invested: 3-4 hours
Adsense Revenue: $0.00
Video Adsense Revenue: $.93
No Clickbank Sales
Case Number 2:
Yesterday, I was stuck somewhere *waiting* for several hours, so I decided to build another blog.
I grabbed a CPA offer off a network and built a blog around it.
I used a blogger blog
Again, I used PLR material from my collection to populate the blog
I grabbed links to some affiliate products from clickbank and hyperlinked the keywords to them
I installed Adsense
I made a Youtube video Adsense player
Grabbed pics some royalty free pics and hyperlinked them to the CPA offer
Plus, I hyperlinked some keywords in the blog posts to some additional CPA offers.
Used them to make a video, uploaded to Youtube
Once again, spun the articles to make 1 article, submitted to eza
THEN, spun THAT article and submitted to about 15 other article directories.
By this morning, I made one $32.00 CPA sale and it wasn't even from the primary product.
So, today, I submitted another article, social bookmarked the site at about 15-20 social bookmarking sites. I'm anxious to see what happens tomorrow when I submit the RSS feed to the aggregators and the video to the podcast directories.
Gotta love those blogger blogs and PLR.