Would A Warrior Coach Me On Micro Niche Finder

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I know that there are some Warriors who use Micro Niche Finder (MNF) and therefore, I'd like to ask for some help if anyone is able?.

I have seen some keyword tools being marketed here on the forum recently, and it might be said, I say might, that they are better than MNF.

But, for me I want to stick with MNF as I have had it a while and it's always being improved, but I'd like to ask if there's a Warrior who might be able to help me understand the finer points of the software, by way of a few coaching sessions, perhaps by looking a particular niche?.

I want to put up a new website on a familiar niche, and I want to choose the right keywords, but I'm not entirely sure how to recognise the best ones.

So if someone could coach me on recognising the right keywords, I'd really appreciate it. I'm in the UK, so there will be a time difference of course.

Thanks for reading, even if you are not able to help.

Kind regards

Brian
#coach #finder #keyword #micro #niche #warrior
  • Profile picture of the author buckapple
    Hello Hackbridge,

    I have MNF, I would contact James Jones or whatever his name is, or his support person and they should direct you to different videos with examples. Also MNF is on twitter with a lot of tips.

    Also get on his mailing list, because different users will post videos from time to time explaining how they go after a niche.

    I've have other keyword tools and really none of them are going to be dead on, I do find MNF can zero in on good ones though.

    Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author buckapple
    Hello Hackbridge,

    I have MNF, I would contact James Jones or whatever his name is, or his support person and they should direct you to different videos with examples. Also MNF is on twitter with a lot of tips.

    Also get on his mailing list, because different users will post videos from time to time explaining how they go after a niche.

    I've have other keyword tools and really none of them are going to be dead on, I do find MNF can zero in on good ones though.

    Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author Hackbridge
    Thanks for giving me that in stereo . No I appreciate your reply. I just wanted a 'shortcut' from someone who is using it.

    Kind regards

    Brian
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  • Profile picture of the author ultimatebits
    For the best keywords:

    1. search your keyword or phrase
    2. sort your results from most to least by clicking on the column header
    3. go down to about 1000 searches area
    4. click SOC for some of the terms

    if red = very hard competition
    if yellow = moderate competition
    if green = GO FOR IT

    Very Simple
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    James Jones is top on my list for customer support!
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    I use MNF and love it. dr-genius gave a good blueprint for quick results. I would add that it pays to take the extra time to really dig to find those hidden gems. Here's what I look for:

    Search Count = 10,000 or more
    Ad Cost = *$2.00 or more
    *Can be very useful if you use AdSense, because those clicks will pay more.
    SOC = Green (I actually look for 20 or lower here, but anything Green is good)

    It can take a long time to find keywords that fit all these parameters, but they're gold.

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author DonnaLeona
      Hi,

      If you google Micro Niche Finder you will find the videos that show folks using it. They are really great and helped me understand it much better.

      Some really clever uses for this tool are in the videos.

      -Donna
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