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Tag Archives: niche research

Are You Following Inexperienced Advice?


Tweet An article I read today rehashed an issue I argued against on another blog a couple months ago. That issue being that content is not king. I instantly get into these debates because I find that the person writing about them is promoting disinformation which goes against everything I teach on this blog. What […]

Niche Secrets Are Pointless


Tweet A recent comment on another blog sparked my need to write about niche site research, and why keeping secrets about your niche sites is pointless. There was a comment warning the blog owner and niche expert to keep his niche details to himself because there are bad people out there that will hack his […]

If I Had to Start All Over


Tweet This seems to be a popular topic with many these days, because newbies want to know how to get on the blogging and niche fast track. People are in an extreme hurry to make money online so that they can quit their jobs and work from home. There is nothing wrong with this, because […]

The Big Fat Blogger Repeat


Tweet So we all have fallen victim to this scenario. Eventually, even the bloggers who create steady content that holds reader attention finds themselves repeating old articles using new words or article layout structure. More recently, I have even found some of the bigger blogs in this predicament. How do you avoid classic “rerun”? Well, […]