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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

I am on the last task with level 1 of Bootcamp. I haven't seen any traffic other than when its asked for. I am going to continue on with Bootcamp to level 2 and so on.

My

I'd say that is a tough question, any topic can be a great niche if you are expert enough on the topic to work it. If you lose interest in the topic, or you just can't figure out how to incorporate good affiliates for the angle you're working, then maybe it's time for a fresh start and find one that you're more fully vested in.

Good question. One I'm sure is on a lot of minds. Like mine too.

I know that my niche still has more to write about and more to sell.
Thank you guys for responding..

Merry Christmas

You have to go with gut feeling, and researched training to determine marketability.

Finished all the levels in the bootcamp then you will learn more about how to use the bootcamp training.

I agree that sometime in the beginning, it's not really clear what a niche is and how to go about it... there's a learning process to go through....

I'm not sure I understand exactly what you mean. It took me some times personally finding a niche in the Bootcamp course. I decided to go for a specific department and built my site around it. It's on SEO and keyword research..."how to improve your search engines ranking"....

I'm aiming to target at least 20 keywords related to the subject and write articles around them. I will also write product reviews WA being one f them...

I am trying to evaluate where I am being at the end of a level in my training. I know that it is still to early to come to a final judgement.

But I am curious if there was some sort of time or point where others have quit a niche and moved on to another niche?

Does that make sense?

It's completely up to you.There are really no hard and fast rules about your niche selection other than it's better to have one that you are really into and know a lot about. If you are getting to the point where you feel you need to cut loose from a niche, you have to evaluate if it's worth the time and effort to stay in the niche and keep working at it, or decide to sacrifice all the time and effort on that niche to start working on a new one.
So there is no specific time or point to change niches, it's simply a matter of making a decision and sticking to it.
Keep a POSITIVE attitude whatever you do.

A ok I see. Yes it does make sense. It's others here are saying. It's up to you if you feel you can't continue with a niche and start another one.

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How long to allow a niche?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

I am on the last task with level 1 of Bootcamp. I haven't seen any traffic other than when its asked for. I am going to continue on with Bootcamp to level 2 and so on.

My

I'd say that is a tough question, any topic can be a great niche if you are expert enough on the topic to work it. If you lose interest in the topic, or you just can't figure out how to incorporate good affiliates for the angle you're working, then maybe it's time for a fresh start and find one that you're more fully vested in.

Good question. One I'm sure is on a lot of minds. Like mine too.

I know that my niche still has more to write about and more to sell.
Thank you guys for responding..

Merry Christmas

You have to go with gut feeling, and researched training to determine marketability.

Finished all the levels in the bootcamp then you will learn more about how to use the bootcamp training.

I agree that sometime in the beginning, it's not really clear what a niche is and how to go about it... there's a learning process to go through....

I'm not sure I understand exactly what you mean. It took me some times personally finding a niche in the Bootcamp course. I decided to go for a specific department and built my site around it. It's on SEO and keyword research..."how to improve your search engines ranking"....

I'm aiming to target at least 20 keywords related to the subject and write articles around them. I will also write product reviews WA being one f them...

I am trying to evaluate where I am being at the end of a level in my training. I know that it is still to early to come to a final judgement.

But I am curious if there was some sort of time or point where others have quit a niche and moved on to another niche?

Does that make sense?

It's completely up to you.There are really no hard and fast rules about your niche selection other than it's better to have one that you are really into and know a lot about. If you are getting to the point where you feel you need to cut loose from a niche, you have to evaluate if it's worth the time and effort to stay in the niche and keep working at it, or decide to sacrifice all the time and effort on that niche to start working on a new one.
So there is no specific time or point to change niches, it's simply a matter of making a decision and sticking to it.
Keep a POSITIVE attitude whatever you do.

A ok I see. Yes it does make sense. It's others here are saying. It's up to you if you feel you can't continue with a niche and start another one.

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