How to Reveal Top Web Money niches [Method]

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In this post I’ll show you a simple method to reveal Top Web niches that have less competition and High CPC and Traffic Volumes. If you are an affiliate marketer or Blogger or an Adsense Publisher, this article will help you to target Money Traffic and increase your incomes.

The Strategy

The Strategy can be applied to a single website or different specific websites.

You might being spending hours with KeywordPlanner, but nothing interesting. Now STOP and follow these simple steps. What you need is a PROVEN NICHE, one which another SEO/Internet marketer was ranking well in the SERPs and making money from.

Navigate to Flippa.com

Flippa is my number one source of free information about profitable niches. It’s the easiest and better way to find a niche, than using sites that are being sold with Analytics, PayPal and AdWords income to prove the niche.

Searching for a Niche

Set Flippa profile with 3 saved searches that you’ll use over and over again;

1 – Saved Search #1

  • Sites that have already sold
  • Over 12 months old
  • Net revenue of over $100.

2 – Saved Search #2

  • Sites at auction
  • Over 12 months old
  • Net revenue of over $100.

3 – Saved Search #3

  • All UK TLD Websites
  • Over 12 months old
  • Net revenue of over $100.

Niche Selection

Keyword Research

Keyword research is very important in today’s SERP environment. As a matter of fact, this has always been important, however most SEO’s just don’t get it.

Get this step wrong and you could end up wasting both time and money on a site that has no chance of ranking, or one that will take years to get anywhere near a good return on investment.

For keyword research, my tool of choice is Long Tail Pro (LTP), there is a free version which will do just fine. However I currently have the Platinum version as it also allows quick and easy competition analysis and domain availability checking, more on that below.

The primary function of LTP however, is finding those golden keywords. I’m not going to cover old ground.

Competition Research

If the competition for your chosen keyword is too high. you will always be facing an uphill battle. What we want is low competition keyword within a financially viable niche. By viable, I mean there must be money changing hands, people advertising, people buying services/software etc.

Long Tail Pro’s keyword competition feature helps us to gauge how competitive each keyword is. It does this by applying its own algorithm to the top 10 search results and combines factors such as Age, Back Links, Keyword in Meta Tags, Juice Links etc.

Here is the bumf from their site which explains how they do it;

The Avg. Keyword Competitiveness tells you how authoritative the results are AND how well they actually target your chosen keyword

This highly complex keyword competitiveness formula takes a look at all the results and gives you quickly a number between 0 and 100 for how competitive the results are based on authority and keyword relevancy.

as a general guideline; here is what I have found from my own analysis for keyword competitiveness:

  • 0 to 10 – No competition
  • 10 to 20 – Extremely low competition
  • 20 to 30 – Low competition
  • 30 to 40 – Moderate Competition
  • 40 to 50 – Somewhat High Competition
  • 50 to 60 – Very High Competition
  • 60 to 70 – Extremely High Competition
  • 70 to 100 – Don’t even think about it!

What I Look For

In general I am looking for keywords with competition less than 35, preferably under 30. The lower the better, and as you can see from the example keywords below, within just a 20 minutes I was able to find 3 low competition keywords I could target, all whilst writing this blog post 🙂

Keyword 1

Keyword – Divorce Process
Exact Keyword Search – 4,400
LTP Keyword Competitiveness – 25

Domain Research

Keyword Dump

All of my domain purchases start out this way. I perform a “keyword dump” into an excel sheet, which entails thinking of as many related keywords to the niche as possible.

Keyword Dump

The above snippet shows how I start with a keyword such as “Window Blinds”, then I move onto related terms such as “Wooden Window Blinds”, “Patio Window Blinds”, “Vertical Window Blinds” etc.

Then you have all of the prefix and suffix combinations just in case you can’t get an EMD. Below is a list that of those I use often;

Prefixes

  • my
  • just
  • the
  • best

Suffixes

  • HQ
  • review(s)
  • guide
  • online
  • net

Once we have a nice list together in excel we need to find out which domains are available.

Source : cloudincome.com

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