A peek inside NicheReaper 2
I’ve been a member of NicheReaper since it opened its doors a couple of years back.
Keyword tools come and go; some like Market Samurai run on your PC, other like Keyword Canine run online through your web-browser. PC-based software tends to run slowly while online tools return results quickly. Desktop tools tend to require a single payment while online tools usually require a subscription.
NicheReaper was an online tool that required a subscription. As is NicheReaper 2.
If you do a lot of keyword research, you’ll know that it’s a time consuming business. And this is where the desktop tools fall down. While they will …
I’ve had a few queries about how to use NicheReaper to find niches and keywords to build sites around. So here’s a video I’ve just put together showing one of the ways I use it to find profitable niches:
There’s a better quality video here if you’d prefer to see finer detail in the video.
Ever heard of NicheReaper? It’s a subscription-based service that has a database of just under 2,000,000 fully researched keywords (about 20,000 new keywords are added each day).
The keywords are researched for their profitability (so you get a ballpark figure of how much can be made with Adsense per month) and how many opportunities there are to rank the keyword in one of the top 5 positions on Google using competition analysis.
Keywords are grouped by niche, so you can quickly go in, find a niche, get a list of profitable keywords in that niche and start building sites around them in minutes. Keyword and niche data can be further filtered …
One Affiliate Marketing Difficulty
One of the hardest things for any Affiliate Marketer to do is to pick a Niche that will allow them to build a successful and profitable blog or website. This is especially true for Auto Blogs. “How do I find the best Niche?” or “What is the Best Niche to Start with when building Affiliate Websites or Auto Blogging?” are the most common questions asked by affiliate marketers.
It’s actually quite difficult to explain this process as it’s more art than science. We all know there are great tools out there like Micro Niche Finder and Market Samurai, but these tools can’t tell you if a niche is …