#1 Ranking on Google Now to make more money. Full Niche Details Revealed in Video

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Hey,

Well, after all the fantastic feedback I got from my last Video series, I thought it only right to create another Video series, this time even more secrets and a Bonus as I reveal one of my 280 Niche Websites which each generate me between $5 and $500 a month.

Those that know and work with me understand that I believe in transparency, It is one thing trying to teach and trying to learn about Niche marketing through theoretical explanation. I choose to reveal everything when I tell a secret technique or discuss something that works for me. If you want to read my posts and go after one of my niche markets, that's ok, best of luck I say, it only pushes me harder, I have nothing to hide, only tonnes of information to share.

So, take your first peek into my $36000 a month Niche market empire. There will be plenty more to come.



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  • Profile picture of the author kkchoon
    Very helpful! Thanks for the video!

    I see you build many small niche sites to accumulate a big figure. Do you also build list and membership sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
      Originally Posted by kkchoon View Post

      Very helpful! Thanks for the video!

      I see you build many small niche sites to accumulate a big figure. Do you also build list and membership sites?
      It is a pleasure, glad you enjoyed the videos.
      Most of the Niche markets I am in are more geared towards a single sale and not repeat sales, so 80% of my sites just links of to merchant websites and I don't collect data. Yes, I know that this may sound like a missed opportunity, but I have my reasons, there is method to my madness
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  • Profile picture of the author askloz
    Why you bother putting them on "Exact" match, is beyond me, it has no bearing on how many hits you get. "Exact" is used for PPC only, not SEO.

    If for instance, you have a phrase that has 100,000 monthly searches, and you decide to flip the drop down box to "Exact" and if it shows 56,000, it does not mean it was searched for 56,000 times or someone used [brackets] to get the exact results back on the search engine.

    Those figures in [exact match] are PPC figures only, how many times those phrases were used for those using [exact match] in their Adwords campaigns.

    So who ever started that rumor about 6 months or so ago, needs to get their head checked!
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    • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
      Originally Posted by askloz View Post

      Why you bother putting them on "Exact" match, is beyond me, it has no bearing on how many hits you get. "Exact" is used for PPC only, not SEO.

      If for instance, you have a phrase that has 100,000 monthly searches, and you decide to flip the drop down box to "Exact" and if it shows 56,000, it does not mean it was searched for 56,000 times or someone used [brackets] to get the exact results back on the search engine.

      Those figures in [exact match] are PPC figures only, how many times those phrases were used for those using [exact match] in their Adwords campaigns.

      So who ever started that rumor about 6 months or so ago, needs to get their head checked!
      Phew, OK, where do I start with this reply. Firstly, for anyone who may be confused, I take it this reply relates to my original keyword research videos and not the ones in this post. In those videos, when using the Adwords Keyword research tool I suggest changing the dropdown from "Broad" to "exact". These results, and I must reiterate that this information comes from Google, pertain to Search statistics, not PPC statistics, and although the Adwords Keyword tool is part of the Adwords program, the tool being used is for researching search statistics as opposed to PPC statistics.

      I never implied that using "phrase" or "exact" match means that someones search includes either the double quotes or square brackets, however when using Googles search research tool (Part of Adwords) using these things helps define search context.

      For example a broad search for: make money online there are 450,000 results. This means that 450,000 searches included but were not just limited to the words (in any order) make money online.

      When this is changed to Phrase match "make money online" it shows 368,000 matches. This means 368,000 searches included but were not limited to the exact phrase "make money online" (in that order")

      When this is changed to Exact match [make money online] it shows 110,000 matches. This means that 110,000 searches contained the exact phrase "make money online" (in that order) and no other keywords at all.

      I'm not sure if I can make this clearer, but having an open mind, if anyone thinks I am wrong, please reply and include refrences to details of your explantation and not just theory. If I am wrong, well, you learn something new every day.

      Part of my reference from Google is at the link below, but don't get confused, although this relates to PPC, the same applies to search research.
      https://adwords.google.com/support/b...=6324&ctx=tltp

      Thanks
      Nick
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      • Profile picture of the author askloz
        Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

        when using the Adwords Keyword research tool I suggest changing the dropdown from "Broad" to "exact". These results, and I must reiterate that this information comes from Google, pertain to Search statistics, not PPC statistics, and although the Adwords Keyword tool is part of the Adwords program, the tool being used is for researching search statistics as opposed to PPC statistics.
        You're wrong!

        Broad refers to the Total Searches of that phrase, exact match refers to PPC on those who have bidded on that phrase and how many searches out of the total broad were allocated to clicks that were on Exact match.

        Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

        I never implied that using "phrase" or "exact" match means that someones search includes either the double quotes or square brackets, however when using Googles search research tool (Part of Adwords) using these things helps define search context.
        No, but that's what you're thinking.

        Cos you state that having the drop down box switched to Exact match will give you exact statics for that phrase for searches in total, but you're wrong.

        How do you think they came up with those stats? By PPC Data and the bids made on [exact match] keywords. You can't collect that data by entering [your keyword phrase] in the search engine cos it's not a search function.

        Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

        For example a broad search for: make money online there are 450,000 results. This means that 450,000 searches included but were not just limited to the words (in any order) make money online.

        When this is changed to Phrase match "make money online" it shows 368,000 matches. This means 368,000 searches included but were not limited to the exact phrase "make money online" (in that order")
        It makes absolutely no difference, if those words are found, then you will rank for it. doesn't matter if I enter "money online make" (without quotes) in the search engine, and had "make money online" on my page, I'll still rank for the phrase "money online make".

        Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

        When this is changed to Exact match [make money online] it shows 110,000 matches. This means that 110,000 searches contained the exact phrase "make money online" (in that order) and no other keywords at all.
        Right, for PPC data! NOT Search total data. Total Search Data is what ever it was you said above, 450,000 or what ever.
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        • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
          Originally Posted by askloz View Post


          No, but that's what you're thinking.
          When I don't imply something as I stated (You may want top read my post again for clarity) This most certainly does not mean that I think it. Be careful with your choice of words, I specifically state that search stats have nothing to do with people including "[]" or """" and yes, you may wish to read this paragraph again, because I am stating it, again. If I state something, I don't "think" something different. Your post is extremely vague, so, as I have done in my post, perhaps you want to back up your claims with references from Google, or perhaps we are talking about the same thing in some strangely different way. All I know is that my search and keyword research based on this information I have provided matches with my Google analytics results with sites that rank #1. My posts and keyword research has absolutely nothing to do with PPC, I just happen to use the Keyword research tool which is part of Adwords, and again, the results in that tool are there as search result statistics, not Adwords results statistics.
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          • Profile picture of the author askloz
            Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

            When I don't imply something as I stated (You may want top read my post again for clarity) This most certainly does not mean that I think it. Be careful with your choice of words, I specifically state that search stats have nothing to do with people including "[]" or """"
            Listen man. It was an example. You're basing your search stats off an exact match. Exact match is used with square brackets, that's how they get the data for the partial searches out of the total broad match terms. How else do you think they came up with those statistics? It's not how the person enters a phrase into the search engine, such as [keyword phrase], they are all based off a broad match, that is the root of all the statistics you see using the google suggestion tool!

            So you've been living a bogus formula to base your ideas on how many searches you'll get.

            Any way, you've contradicted yourself a few times on this thread, so I'll leave you to live in a world of your own - you obviously don't know what you're talking about.
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            • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
              Originally Posted by askloz View Post

              Listen man. It was an example. You're basing your search stats off an exact match. Exact match is used with square brackets, that's how they get the data for the partial searches out of the total broad match terms. How else do you think they came up with those statistics? It's not how the person enters a phrase into the search engine, such as [keyword phrase], they are all based off a broad match, that is the root of all the statistics you see using the google suggestion tool!

              So you've been living a bogus formula to base your ideas on how many searches you'll get.

              Any way, you've contradicted yourself a few times on this thread, so I'll leave you to live in a world of your own - you obviously don't know what you're talking about.
              Ok, since I have better things to do with my time, other than repeating my explanations to someone who has not made the effort to fully understand what is being explained, nor made any effort to back his claims up with any substantial evidence of their own "Theory", I will refrain from getting into the argument / fight you a clearly trying to pick.

              You have your theories, (based on what I do not know as you don't shre in any detail) and I have mine, based on information provided by Google and 6 years of successful Internet marketing based on sound research, in particular, the area of keyword research.

              I would love to learn where you come up with your theories, as perhaps I too and other warriors, could learn from that same resource as you are very certain about your opinion.

              Thanks for taking the time to contribute to this thread, in such condescending manner, it really helps to makes things clearer.

              Cheers
              Nick
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            • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
              Originally Posted by askloz View Post

              It's not how the person enters a phrase into the search engine, such as [keyword phrase], they are all based off a broad match,
              Sorry, I could not resist one last comment, after reading this part of yours. You seriously need to read peoples posts before you comment, as, I say almost exactly this in my post above, because I know how it works, yet you still feel the need to explain the same thing, why is that?
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              • Profile picture of the author askloz
                LOL, yeah yeah, what ever, having a nice dream there are you? Mind your step when you sleep-walk, you may get another person in your dreams who says "switch the drop down box to get the exact match search query so you know how many people are searching for that phrase for SEO, and the google suggestion tool is not for PPC, it's only for SEO..."

                Laters Mr Clueless!

                Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

                Sorry, I could not resist one last comment, after reading this part of yours. You seriously need to read peoples posts before you comment, as, I say almost exactly this in my post above, because I know how it works, yet you still feel the need to explain the same thing, why is that?
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                • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
                  Originally Posted by askloz View Post

                  LOL, yeah yeah, what ever, having a nice dream there are you? Mind your step when you sleep-walk, you may get another person in your dreams who says "switch the drop down box to get the exact match search query so you know how many people are searching for that phrase for SEO, and the google suggestion tool is not for PPC, it's only for SEO..."

                  Laters Mr Clueless!
                  "Name calling" - Classy, thanks again for your contributions loz, appreciate all the brilliant advice and maturity in your discussion, but I'll take my SEO advice from people who's opinion really count.

                  Cheers
                  Nick
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        • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
          Originally Posted by askloz View Post

          Right, for PPC data! NOT Search total data. Total Search Data is what ever it was you said above, 450,000 or what ever.
          One last point, on the above, When you change the match type on the search results report, the column still says "Approx Avg Search Volume" and nothing to do with PPC.

          I understand exactly how match types work when adding keywords to an Adwords campaign, this debate, is about Search statistics not PPC statistics, and again, note the name of the column "Approx Avg Search Volume" and it stays "Approx Avg Search Volume" when you change match type.
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          • Profile picture of the author askloz
            Originally Posted by nichemarketninja View Post

            One last point, on the above, When you change the match type on the search results report, the column still says "Approx Avg Search Volume" and nothing to do with PPC.
            NONSENSE! That entire data is for PPC. Exact Match, Broad Match, Phrase Match are all to do with PPC. That's why they created the "Google suggestion tool". DUH!

            The Broad match gives the overall searches performed on google for any particular phrase. The other data is a break down on searches performed out of the total broad match total for those who decide to use phrase match and exact match in their PPC Campaigns!
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            • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
              Originally Posted by askloz View Post

              The Broad match gives the overall searches performed on google for any particular phrase. The other data is a break down on searches performed out of the total broad match total for those who decide to use phrase match and exact match in their PPC Campaigns!
              I do agree with this point you make, however, why you feel you need to make it after I explained the same thing, in a slightly different way, astounds me. Advertisers use that information to choose whether they will include exact match and keyphrase match keywords in their campaigns. I however, don't need to use Adwords, as I rank 95% of my websites in the top 3 organically, so I use that information to determine the best keyphrases to target, and that works for me. Again, people can choose to use this information however they choose, and Even if my assumptions, which are based on fact, are for some reason incorrect, it would not worry me, as I know it works for me.
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        • Profile picture of the author nofearman
          Originally Posted by askloz View Post

          You're wrong!

          Broad refers to the Total Searches of that phrase, exact match refers to PPC on those who have bidded on that phrase and how many searches out of the total broad were allocated to clicks that were on Exact match.



          No, but that's what you're thinking.

          Cos you state that having the drop down box switched to Exact match will give you exact statics for that phrase for searches in total, but you're wrong.

          How do you think they came up with those stats? By PPC Data and the bids made on [exact match] keywords. You can't collect that data by entering [your keyword phrase] in the search engine cos it's not a search function.



          It makes absolutely no difference, if those words are found, then you will rank for it. doesn't matter if I enter "money online make" (without quotes) in the search engine, and had "make money online" on my page, I'll still rank for the phrase "money online make".



          Right, for PPC data! NOT Search total data. Total Search Data is what ever it was you said above, 450,000 or what ever.
          "exact match refers to PPC on those who have bidded on that phrase "

          WRONG!!!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author nofearman
      Originally Posted by askloz View Post

      Why you bother putting them on "Exact" match, is beyond me, it has no bearing on how many hits you get. "Exact" is used for PPC only, not SEO.

      If for instance, you have a phrase that has 100,000 monthly searches, and you decide to flip the drop down box to "Exact" and if it shows 56,000, it does not mean it was searched for 56,000 times or someone used [brackets] to get the exact results back on the search engine.

      Those figures in [exact match] are PPC figures only, how many times those phrases were used for those using [exact match] in their Adwords campaigns.

      So who ever started that rumor about 6 months or so ago, needs to get their head checked!
      I think you were not paying attention. When doing keyword research on broad matches you do NOT get accurate numbers. So, to get an "true" search volume you MUST use drop down Exact match. Otherwise your getting, for example searching "real estate", every term that has "real estate" within the phrase.
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  • Profile picture of the author michael_nguyen
    This should help clear things up
    https://adwords.google.com/support/b...wer=6100#exact

    Thank you Nick for your quality videos. The great thing about this is that you've shown us how to do proper keyword research. In the past I've always used broad results but now I know that exact gives proper results. It's all about talking small steps with small site and build up a collection them.

    Thank you againd and cant wait for your next video!

    Michael
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    • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
      Originally Posted by michael_nguyen View Post

      This should help clear things up
      https://adwords.google.com/support/b...wer=6100#exact

      Thank you Nick for your quality videos. The great thing about this is that you've shown us how to do proper keyword research. In the past I've always used broad results but now I know that exact gives proper results. It's all about talking small steps with small site and build up a collection them.

      Thank you againd and cant wait for your next video!

      Michael
      No worries Michael, and thank you for your positive feedback and for pointing out that Google page for clarity on the issue.

      Guys, read that page carefully, it is a little ambiguous, but look at it from a keyword research standpoint and not a Adwords research perspective and it will all make sense.

      Now don't get me wrong, I'm not telling anyone how to do their keyword research, you can do it in any way you like, and interpret Google's information in anyway you like. I just show you what I do, and what works for me. Use it, don't use it. That's your decision to make.

      Cheers
      Nick
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      • Profile picture of the author peter gibson
        First off, those videos are very informative and thank you for posting them. Also, I will subscribe to your blog as I can see you are sincerely trying to help people who would like better information on keyword research.

        I would also love to know how you manage such a broad network of sites (200 +) to achieve such a wonderful monthly income. I make about 1/10th of your monthly from just under 15 sites. Since I am the main contributor and only outsource only the article writing to half of my sites, I can say managing 15 takes up the better part of my days. So my hat is off and if there is some kind of system to your getting so many sites on the go, I'd love to find out about it. You can always PM a brother if there's a trade secret involved
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        • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
          Originally Posted by peter gibson View Post

          First off, those videos are very informative and thank you for posting them. Also, I will subscribe to your blog as I can see you are sincerely trying to help people who would like better information on keyword research.

          I would also love to know how you manage such a broad network of sites (200 +) to achieve such a wonderful monthly income. I make about 1/10th of your monthly from just under 15 sites. Since I am the main contributor and only outsource only the article writing to half of my sites, I can say managing 15 takes up the better part of my days. So my hat is off and if there is some kind of system to your getting so many sites on the go, I'd love to find out about it. You can always PM a brother if there's a trade secret involved
          Hey Peter,

          Thanks for your kind words. How I manage my network of Niche Market websites is all down to 2 very important things:

          1. A Daily Task List (Fed by a plan and feedback from items 2)
          2. Automation (In my case a combination of custom written software and Off the shelf software)

          I will be creating a video on this some time real soon, so watch this space, as this is pure gold.

          Cheers
          Nick
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    • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
      Originally Posted by blueice View Post

      In you vid your logged in to G when showing your ranking. Surely thats going to put a bias on your results. For me your down the list a bit, but still good stuff.
      Thanks for your feedback, I have a couple points to make about it:
      1. About 4min 21sec into the first video when I search for my primary keyphrase, you will see I am NOT logged into google and Ranking #1
      2. My Target Buyers are US so people searching on Google.com and no other top level google domain like Google.co.uk or Google.com.au
      3. Even Google.com search results are served from different Data Centers which can have slightly different results depending on which data center you hit
      4. Later in the video I search for a different keyphrase, where at that point I am logged in, however even If I logged out I would still have the same ranking.

      Rankings are only customized by Google if you are logged in and have specifically moved a particular search result up using the "Promote" link. I do not use this. In fact I think it is a ridiculous feature which I am yet to see any value in.

      Lastly, my videos are intended to help people with their Niche marketing adventures, they are not about self promotion or trying to up sell anything. I am very transparent with the information that I share and would gain nothing from trying to alter real results.

      Cheers
      Nick
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  • Profile picture of the author pcwork
    hey guys this is a great forum!!
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    • Profile picture of the author michael_nguyen
      https://adwords.google.com/support/b...wer=6100#exact

      Taken from google itselft

      Exact Match

      If you surround your keywords in brackets -- such as [tennis shoes] -- your ad would be eligible to appear when a user searches for the specific phrase 'tennis shoes,' in this order, and without any other terms in the query.

      Exact match keyword:
      [tennis shoes]

      Ads may show on searches for:
      tennis shoes

      Ads won't show on searches for:

      red tennis shoes
      tennis shoe
      buy tennis shoes


      I don't know if it's just me but the above seems really easy to understand.
      Can anyone comment?


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      • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
        Originally Posted by michael_nguyen View Post

        https://adwords.google.com/support/b...wer=6100#exact

        Taken from google itselft

        Exact Match

        If you surround your keywords in brackets -- such as [tennis shoes] -- your ad would be eligible to appear when a user searches for the specific phrase 'tennis shoes,' in this order, and without any other terms in the query.

        Exact match keyword:
        [tennis shoes]

        Ads may show on searches for:
        tennis shoes

        Ads won't show on searches for:

        red tennis shoes
        tennis shoe
        buy tennis shoes


        I don't know if it's just me but the above seems really easy to understand.
        Can anyone comment?


        Michael Nguyen
        Hi Michael,

        Thanks, finally someone else commenting on this thread about this topic that gets it and understands. It's all pretty straight forward.

        Cheers
        Nick
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  • Profile picture of the author mormel
    Hi Nick,

    Hm, all these discussions about brackets make it look like this useful and valuable thread is all about PPC, while it's about niche and keyword research.

    In your previous (equally good) videos you showed how you also used the Micro Niche Finder tool to drill down some niche keywords. Here in these new videos you don't. While I should think that the MNF would be an excellent tool to accompany Google Analytics in the search of some profitable adjacent keywords for any niche site.

    I guess you'll agree with this. Is there a specific reason - apart from the length of the videos - for not using the MNF in this stage of further digging?

    Yours, warriorly, Ed
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    • Profile picture of the author nichemarketninja
      Originally Posted by mormel View Post

      Hi Nick,

      Hm, all these discussions about brackets make it look like this useful and valuable thread is all about PPC, while it's about niche and keyword research.

      In your previous (equally good) videos you showed how you also used the Micro Niche Finder tool to drill down some niche keywords. Here in these new videos you don't. While I should think that the MNF would be an excellent tool to accompany Google Analytics in the search of some profitable adjacent keywords for any niche site.

      I guess you'll agree with this. Is there a specific reason - apart from the length of the videos - for not using the MNF in this stage of further digging?

      Yours, warriorly, Ed
      Hi Ed,

      Thank you for that great observation, The thread indeed has nothing to do with PPC, just uses a tool which just happens to be part of the Adwords system. Personally, I don't use PPC at all as I choose to keep as much of the profit from my affiliate sales and with good keyword research, understanding your market and an effective SEO campaign, I get more clicks than PPC ads would anyway but that is a whole other discussion.

      Back to your question, yes I did not use MNF here as the point I was trying to make was about "Keyword Expansion" based on Impressions shown using the Google Webmaster tool. But, you are 100% correct, you could take this even further by plugging those new keword phrases into MNF and evaluating the strenghth of competion etc. So, no real reason not to use MNF.

      Take care
      Nick
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  • Profile picture of the author Thoth
    I also use the exact match number when doing keyword research - and exact search counts looks to be consistent with traffic results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marcel Hartmann
    Thank you so much for these videos, Nick. I am going to purchase Niche Treasure Map as soon as I have actually made some money from my internet marketing exploits - I've been at it for about 3 weeks now. I've seen far too many people buy a whole bunch of stuff and not make a cent.
    I know I have it in me to make a decent living online.

    Thanks again, Nick! You're an inspiration.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jenie0109
    wanna watch it now but my connection is too slow *pissed
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  • Profile picture of the author seosharing
    The Videos are very Informative to me thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author John Brown
    Any tips on how you set up your blog? Pages or Posts? SEO Techniques?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sowemimo Oladele
    Hello Nick,

    Here I come again....remember the guy that had spent a year searching for what works to start earning online. I need to give a testimonial that founding you last month changed my mystery. I have now set up a blog on affiliate market with amazon that is ranked 4th postion on google first page without any post or back links yet.

    Folks, If I can do this with the free trainings I got from Nick, How wonderful would paid knowledge of his is going to be very inportant!!! (niche treasure map)


    and less i forget, i optin to NMCP request acess on your blog but its not giving me any acess to login...

    Thanks alot.
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    I just want to be rich and famous....!!!

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  • Profile picture of the author ranway
    Nick, Great video - again! You really give great advice and it is very much appreciated.

    Randy
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish
      Thank you very much for this thread. It has opened my eyes to other parts of SEO that I may have overlooked.

      For folks wondering about how much backlinks you should have to rank well, have a look at this...

      Link Diagnosis - examine your link competition

      nichemarketninja's blog is no.1 for the keyword phrase and there are virtually no decent PR backlinks pointing to the site. Most have relevant keyword anchor text, and combined with the unique content, seems to allow it to rank well.

      Good tips with the google webmaster tools. Although I was surprised to see that you have a webmaster account for just that domain...why not just add the domains to the one account? Unless you knew you were going to showcase that site and wanted to keep your other sites secret, which is understandable.

      Once again, thanks for taking the time to provide the videos.
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  • Nice read.

    Bottom line is a lot of people get so caught up in being "right" that they overlook what actually works. There is no one perfect method or practice. You figure out how to do something and you repeat it.

    Seriously how many people are going to take the time to show other people what to do and how to do it for free? And in such detail!

    I do NOT believe one should get caught up in the "Make Believe Math" of Keyword tools. There is no way Google is going to provide a free tool that doesn't somehow feed their own agenda.

    Why would Google provide results in an Adwords Tool for long tail keywords with ZERO competition... unless there was some way for them to convince advertisers to buy those terms?

    Google is going to display results and phrases in the order which makes them the most money.

    Keyword position (Proximity, Order) does Matter!

    Hotel New York returns a result with Las Vegas' NY NY Hotel first at the time of this writing.

    BUT

    New York Hotel also returns Las Vegas's NY NY first, but the remaining results are NOT the same.

    It is important that you figure out what keyword phrase and order of that phrase will result in you getting the traffic you want. And if "Exact Phrase" is the best "Approximate" tool for the job then that is what you use.

    Do you really know what is on your customers mind when they search? Maybe some people searching for New York hotel want a Las Vegas Hotel?

    It's part art part science. But you keep score with the money you make.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimerson Farveez
    Very helpful videos man., Thanks for sharing it. Hve got some great tips from there......
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  • Profile picture of the author nofearman
    Couple questions:
    1). I read that you offer a program with more details on how to duplicate your system?
    2). In second video you mention in webmaster, 404 pages or not found, how did oyu say to get rid of these? I have about 250 not found pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author mediaguy
    In one of your videos you made mention of putting your sites on auto pilot or something to that effect. I was wondering how that's done?
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    Just Make It Happen - Stop Making Excuses! Only failure is not taking action!
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