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Saturday, February 9, 2008

How to Find a Niche for Your Website?

I am thinking to set up another new website with a new theme. Finding a niche that is not so competitive on the Internet but is market-demanding is hard. This week I've been searching tips and resources for finding a niche for my new website. I found a couple of websites providing resourceful tips. They all share the common ideas on a list: your passion, your hobbies, your expertise, and things you want to know more about, and etc. Check the list below:

  • How to Find Your Perfect Niche Market - A niche market is composed of individuals and businesses that have similar interests and needs, which can be readily identified and that can be easily targeted and reached.
  • Where to get ideas for a niche website - Good niche website ideas are all around you. Here's how to see them. ... You'll find lots of website ideas and problems your website could solve. ...
  • How to Find Niches for Your Websites - Creating niche websites is one of the best and easiest ways to make money online. The hardest part can be finding niches ~ however, once you learn how you'll start seeing niches everywhere you look! It's a great Internet marketing strategy if you are looking...
  • SEOmoz Finding Your Niche - SEOmoz is a hub for the search marketing industry, providing an SEO Services Marketplace, a popular SEO Blog, SEO Tools and premium content.
The above links provide FREE information of finding a niche for your website. If you still can't decide after reading all these websites above, you may like to try a professional niche-finder tool that I personally use and love; and it makes my life a lot easier - Keyword Analysis Tool - Market Samurai.

Updated as of 12/16/2012: After you've found a niche, you may want to find a hosting for your blog/website. Read Which Web Hosting is Good for Your Website/Blog? to find out more.

1 comments:

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