I want to create a few niche sites, but before I jump in I want to learn the tricks of the trade. A few things I need to learn are:
i) How to choose a profitable niche?
ii) How to effective monetize the website?
iii) How to get traffic to the website etc.
I may have missed out something here as I am new to this so please add it. Can you suggest places where I can learn it. I prefer videos to written content.
There is a saying:
Do what you love. And the money will follow.
I would definitely pick a topic that you know a bit about, and preferably one you enjoy. Finding the perfect niche requires some competition research though, Traffic Travis is a good free choice.
thisisoli - you never seem to amaze me with all the tools you know about. . I must say I have used many a suggestion from you . . and you have never failed me!
Just wanted to say thank you. . .its a thank you that is way over due ! Traffic Travis is one that I am def going to try!
I totally agree with you wavegirl22. Oli certainly knows his stuff and you would do well to listen to him for your own good.
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