Tweaking my website and progress on my studies

Last Update: October 13, 2017

Finally i was able to build a website and learned how to link all the social marketing methods which is integral for the website to gain traffic and indexed by google.

My website http://vendingproservice.com has not yet been indexed by google and i have applied google analytics and have been tracking it, i applied for adsense yesterday by creating a new email and hopefully gets approved.

Generally im very happy with the lessons that i have learned, it is just that maybe my niche on Vending Business is experimental and i don't know if this is exciting for everyone.

I sincerely wanted to have several niches that i can make ground up and hopefully monetize them, but i know it is a long journey and i will be willing to learn and i hope there is a class or activity that is dedicated on how to generate niches for website monetizing. Like a class or activity wherein you generate and brainstorm niches and get everyones opinion and vote if it is viable to make it into a money making website.

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IvyT Premium
Oh, that is a very interesting niche! It's geared for the B2B audience. What kinds of vending machines do you have experience with already? I personally love the idea of food vending machines that can dole out snacks to suit special dietary requirements! There are probably many small to medium manufacturers in this field who would appreciate understanding how to use vending machines to reach particular audiences in new locations.
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franzink Premium
problem is i wanted an easy niche that can be monetize via clickbank or amazon or google adsense. my niche is good but not for everyone
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IvyT Premium
Are you sure about that? I just did a quick scan of keywords and found lots of interesting hits with good stats for vending machines. Just for those looking for vending machine sales for instance - over 9K searches a month, with a QSR of only 125. That's not bad.

And look at this article, from here in Australia: http://www.smh.com.au/small-business/spotting-a-slot-in-the-market-led-to-australias-first-vendingmachineonly-shop-20170201-gu34m0.html

Wow. An empty niche on the market? That's just from this year. No competition for this business. You may be a very early arrival on the market... that can't be bad, right?
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IvyT Premium
Oh - also checking - did you add your site as a new property on Google's 'search console' in order to click through the verify it? And if you have, have you linked this property to its listing on your 'analytics' page?
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franzink Premium
Okay I think I have to be optimistic. It's just that it would be better for other niches that there are more traffic and easier to monetize
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IvyT Premium
I understand. It would be easier to look around at exisiting examples of a successful niche and emulate them. But looking at that article, I think it really just is a matter of there not being much competition or experience for this niche in the online domain. You can really take advantage of that, target your correct audience, and be a trail blazer!
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franzink Premium
It's just that not everyone buys vending machine and my target are the self employed people. I bet that I'll follow successful niche to emulate is my goal or maybe a variant of that niche . Because we are all interested in start earning a little and monetize
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