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Re: Finding Your Niche Market in the internet marketing industry

Post by mlsanders on Sun Jan 22, 2012 5:12 pm

Finding your niche market is one thing to explore in the internet market. Finding that niche market who are looking for you. And lastly, finding that niche market who are willing and able to spend that time with your market.

Re: Finding Your Niche Market in the internet marketing industry

Post by Nathaniel Wright on Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:23 pm

Thank God for the free google keyword search tools! google.com/adwords[

"(your keyword ) + affiliate" then do a search...shows how others
are making money with your particular keyword and how you can too.

google.com/trends then do a search on your keyword....
gives information on your keyword: search volumes, regions, cities
and languages.

Finding Your Niche Market in the internet marketing industry

Post by kfm24 on Mon Nov 07, 2011 7:23 pm

This theme of "finding your niche market" is the most important thing for the internet to reflect and decide.

First, what is a niche?

Ok, I checked our beloved Google search engine, and gave me this definition

Google definition of a niche market

"Definition of niche: a small but profitable segment of a market adapted to the attention focused by a marketer."

My definition of a niche market

My definition of a niche is a = a particular product or service focused, a group of special people

You are a smart, intelligent, so that the message I'm sending, I am saying is that you feel, do your homework, do your research to find a specific niche market

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