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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by KinzyeWriter(m): 9:53am On Nov 21, 2017
djbasket:

I meant the software, does IT deliver as advertised?
Yes Bro.
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by olyrayy(m): 4:29am On Nov 22, 2017
KinzyeWriter:
like how much could at least help?
If you're using a foreign host, you could need about 10 to 15k. But if you're using a Nigerian host like WhoGoHost, you could start with about 5k to 6k.

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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by KinzyeWriter(m): 6:52am On Nov 22, 2017
olyrayy:

If you're using a foreign host, you could need about 10 to 15k. But if you're using a Nigerian host like WhoGoHost, you could start with about 5k to 6k.
oh thanks for this
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 4:29pm On Nov 22, 2017
This is why you are struggling

#Forgive all the typos. I will clean it up when I'm home.


I sat John and Peter down.

Then I said, 'Look, as our new sales interns we need both of you to help promote this page.'

I fiddled around on my laptop and brought up a page for them to see.

'This is the page. It has a form we need people to fill.'

'I think we can get people on this page...', John was already muttering.

'Here is the kicker, guys,' I interrupted him. 'For every form you help us get filled, we pay you 100,000 Naira.'

'Wow,' John and Peter said in unison, stunned.

'So get to work.'

Three months later, Peter had driven 1000 people to fill the form on the page and was basking in sweet sweet moolah.

What about John?

John did just 2 form fills and was let go.

What did they do differently?

Why could Peter get 1,000 people to fill the form and John just got 2?

I sat down with Peter late one Tuesday evening signing his cheque for his payout commissions (100,000 x 1000).

'So what's your secret?' I asked. 'We have never had an intern as successful as you.'

'That's because most interns don't know that money rules.'

'What do you mean, Peter?' I asked.

'He who spends the most money wins.'

'But we didn't give you a budget to do this.'

'Yes you didn't. But here is what most intern would have done. John did this too. They go out and start banging on people's door all day begging to get those form filled.'

'Yes, that's what we see people usually do. I think John told me he was approaching 600 people a day telling them to go fill those form.'

'That's why he failed. He wasn't willing to spend. Look Boss, this is how I did it. I walked up to 1000 people in total and they all signed up.'

'Wow!' I exclaimed. 'That's a 100% conversion. I suspected you hustled so hard to talk to 5,000 people and probably got 1,000 people on board. So you approached a total of 1,000 people and they all did sign up? No one told you no?'

'They couldn't.'

'What do you mean?'

'Because I know he who spends the most wins.'

'Yeah, you said that before...'

Then I got it.

'You sneaky bastard,' I started to smile and he did too because he knew right then I had gotten it.

'How much were paying someone to go fill the form?'

'20,000 Naira'

'Then you we pay 100,000 Naira and you pocket 80,000 Naira.'

'Yeah.'

'Well played. You were willing to spend 20 grand to make a 100 grand.'

'Yeah.'

'And John was not willing to pay anyone anything. In fact he didn't even think he should be paying people. So you outspent him.'

'Yeah.'

'How did you come about this?' I was curious.

'You.'

'Me?'

'Yeah.'

'I looked into the forms. I was skeptical about the whole offer you made us. It was too good to be true. I discovered it was a lead generation for an insurance company and I did some digging. I discovered they were paying you 300,000 Naira for every form fill and you in turn were paying out 100,000 Naira. You then pocketed 200,000 Naira.'

'Smart boy.'

'No, you are the smart boss.'

'Well, I learnt from the Insurance company. 300 grand payout too looked too good so I did some digging like you did and I discovered a single form fill was worth over a million bucks to them.'

Peter went on to do great things.

So, why the story.

I'm starting to see a recurring pattern from the emails I get and some questions asked on this thread.

Many people here have that 'John mentality'. Unwilling to spend/invest in their niche site and SEO. Some just probably see this as some Goggle Welfare Assistance Program and not a BUSINESS.

It's a BUSINESS GUYS!

You don't want to buy a domain.

You don't want to pay 5,000 for a logo.

You don't want to pay hosting fees.

You don't want to invest in a premium theme.

You don't want to invest in a SEO tool

You want to write all the articles yourself even when your grammar is woeful.

You don't want to pay for quality graphic works.

You only use FREE stock photos.

You want everything FREE.

Look, I get it. A lot of us are cash strapped. But what I usually tell people is go get a job if you are. Forget Niche sites.

Then have the gumption to save up some money and invest in your NICHE SITE BUSINESS.

This doesn't mean you should break the bank. It's never been this easy and cheap to start any sort of business for as low as 100 grand and make 7/8 figure income in no time.

What's holding many back is just the scarcity mindset.

I worked at a tech company for a while and we were spending millions to outrank people on Google. Millions.

Some of my clients throw money at their site every week like there is no tomorrow and you want to bootstrap all the way and outrank them? It's not possible.

I'm not saying break the bank. Bootstrap at the start if you must. Say you start making 10 dollars a month after some months - take 2 dollars and pocket that and invest 8 back into the BUSINESS. Get a premium theme, Hire a logo designer, clean up your site, buy books... invest invest invest and watch your income start compounding.

A lot of people don't believe it when I tell them I make Bleep per month, WHY WONT I? I have been investing 80% of my income on my online assets for 7 years!

I once withdrew all the money in my bank account at one point and bought a site online (I did due diligence). After a year and half I was depositing money weekly twice the money I cleared from the account back in.

There are a lot of sleazy internet marketers out there. I get it.

But that can't hold you back in investing in your business. Do your due diligence, scrutinize every offer you meet online and pull the trigger when the odds are in your favour. Stop trying to do everything for free.

Go get a job if you must - even if you have to wash cars.

Sell your tv, game, makeup kit, whatever.

And pour all that cash back in.

If an opportunity tells you it will give you a million Naira per month if you execute on it. You do your back of the napkin calculation to see how much it will cost you to execute and it falls at 500,000 Naira. The thing on your mind shouldn't be 'but i can't afford the 500k' like most people.

It should be 'what do I have to do to get this 500 grand a month to make this 1,000,000 grand a month.

Look at every organization you envy. Every man on earth making moolah and banking dough, there is one commonality with them all:

They outspent their competitors.

Good luck taking Linda Ikeji headlong on a new social media business venture.

Good luck trying to out compete Kim Kardashian on your new make up line.

Good Luck trying to start a forum like Nairaland and put them out of business.

These guys will outspend you and put you out of business.

Oh, and goodluck trying to rank for any keyword my cash throwing clients are trying to rank for too.




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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 4:28am On Jan 22, 2018
Guys sup.

How's 2018 treating y'all.

Sorry folks, I have been away for a while.

Life gets in the way sometimes, doesn't it.

Well, a new year resolution of mine is to post more here. At least once a week.

And post more super advanced SEO hacks.

I'm not talking your average rubbish spewed in most SEO corners. I'm talking next level gold bombs!

So help me God.

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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 4:31am On Jan 22, 2018
I recently answered a question by a forum member here. He (she? Can't remember) wanted to know if every article on her blog should be long.

Here's my reply:



I personally don't publish anything less than 3,000 words.

But how can you keep that up?

Here is the trick:

Drop your frequency and increase quality.

Stop writing 3-4 times a week. If you do this, you most likely would be writing sub-par articles.

Instead:

Write once a month.

But super detailed, long, shareable and totally awesome. Then spend another month on just promoting it.

In depth 3000+ word articles will smash any average mediocre 400-word blog post 24/7.

The only downside is:

Long pieces take more time and effort to write.

But that's a good thing. Infact a massive advantage for you.

Why?:

Your competition is usually a lazy fella.

I hear a lot of people complain that people don't read their blogs or they are finding it difficult to stand out and get exposure.

The single best way to solve this is to write gigantic articles.

Do this and you are running upstairs.

Running upstairs is no fun, trust me.

But it's even less fun for someone chasing you.

Massive super indepth content is a big moat for you. You will separate yourself instantly from the pack.

Long content is also highly correlated to higher rankings in Google.

Several studies have shown that the top 10 results from most keywords are usually around the 2000-word count mark.

Here is why google ranks longer content better:

-It gives google more information about the topic of that page. This makes them more confident that your page is a relevant result for that keyword.

- An indepth piece of long content that is 3000 words long will answer a searcher's query better than a 300 words long content. This means longer content gives more value to searchers than shorter ones.

- Long content attract more links and social shares than shallow content.

What are you more likely to link to or share on your Facebook page?

A 500-word blog post titled '4 ways to ace your Jamb exam'

....or a 5,000-word guide to acing Jamb.

I know which I will send to my brother about taking Jamb.

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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by djbasket(m): 8:51pm On Jan 22, 2018
Welcome back boss, happy new year
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by ashiraf(m): 2:24pm On Mar 04, 2018
thanks your teachings are good
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by wordpressdony(m): 2:54pm On Mar 04, 2018
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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Dollarground(m): 12:08am On Jun 11, 2018
blessednnakude:


thank you.
I already had that in mind and planning to buy from GoDaddy soon but no money for that sir but you did not answer one of my question sir

what is the minimum accepted word count approved by Adsense for each blog post
According to seo, you are expected to write words not less than 300 words per article.
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Dollarground(m): 12:32am On Jun 11, 2018
froshb2k:

What of namecheap or godaddy?
I need .com at cheaper rate though whogohost is cheap but i want the cheapest one.
Go with whogohost
If you need any help, you can get in touch with me.
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 7:57am On Jun 19, 2018
How to choose a niche that makes money (the method that works for me)

Choosing a niche is perhaps where most entrepreneurs get hung up.

Most people get scared of going down the wrong lane only to find out the niche is a money and time sinker.

And to make matters worst, the fear of choosing the wrong niche creates that paralysis by analysis and keeps most guys from getting started.

If this problem resonates with you, you are in luck because I'm going to show you one of the best ways to choose a niche that makes money.

And later in the article I will also give you a bonus list of ideas to get your brain cranking.

Here's what you need to know:

There's a concept in niche selection demonstrated cashflow.

Demonstrated cashflow is a market that is validated.

By validated, money flows in the market.

What you want to do when selecting a niche is to attach yourself to this market and participate in the money flow and pocket some of that money for yourself.

In demonstrated cashflow market, the participants in that market are proven money spenders. They are willing to spend money to solve their problems.

You might have come across the statistics that says 9 out of 10 businesses fail in the first year.

The reasons why entrepreneurs have such a poor conversion rate is due to reasons like

- Creating a product or service nobody wants
-small market
-undercapitalization
-running out of cash
-a poor team

And many more.

One of the biggest factor why businesses have such a high failure rate is down to one factor.

Poor niche selection.

A bad market, if you like.

And probably the best way to solve this is to choose a market with demonstrated cashflow.

Let's use some example:

Car tires is a market attached to a demonstrated cashflow.

How?:

The demonstrated cashflow market here is the car niche. Car owners have demonstrated they are willing to spend by buying cars.

Therefore, selling car tires is attaching yourself to that demonstrated buyers.

It wouldn't be a hard sell selling a tire to a car owner has he has already purchased a car. If he is need of tire it's not a huge hoop to jump to get one.

Starting a jamb prep class is attaching yourself to a demonstrated cashflow market of parents that have demonstrated they are willing to spend money on their child's education by sending them to secondary school where they pay school fees and also paying for a jamb form.

Optimizing Facebook ads for local businesses wanting to go online is attaching yourself to a demonstrated cashflow.

First, they are business owners who regularly pay for advertising for their business. They have demonstrated they pay for such service.

They have also demonstrated cashflow by funding their Facebook ad account.

You should look at what an ideal customer would have spent money on before they need your service.

Be the second, third, fourth etc. link in their long string of triggered purchases.

You don't really want to be the first possible purchase. It's way harder as most time you would have to first educate them that they need your service before you then sell them. Just typing that makes me shiver. Way harder.

An example would be setting up a wordpress blog for new bloggers.

That's a first line of purchase.

The new bloggers haven't demonstrated in any way that they spend money. They haven't spent money prior to opening a wordpress blog.

A better niche would be designing a custom theme for this first time bloggers. Now they have spent money paying for hosting, or email marketing service or even a logo. It won't be a hard sell to help them design a custom design for their new blog. They have opened their wallet before so it's easier for them to open it again now.

That's how to choose a niche that makes money.

Look where people are already spending money, then go attach yourself there.

Entrepreneurship is more about providing better value to existing services and products that people are already actively purchasing than innovating a new market.

Don't get caught up trying to do something out of the blue and so unique.

You might just fall into the trap of making a product no one cares about.

If you have any question on the topic please ask away.

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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by MyBeardGang: 10:48am On Jun 19, 2018
Nichesiteseo:
How to choose a niche that makes money (the method that works for me)

Choosing a niche is perhaps where most entrepreneurs get hung up.

Most people get scared of going down the wrong lane only to find out the niche is a money and time sinker.

And to make matters worst, the fear of choosing the wrong niche creates that paralysis by analysis and keeps most guys from getting started.

If this problem resonates with you, you are in luck because I'm going to show you one of the best ways to choose a niche that makes money.

And later in the article I will also give you a bonus list of ideas to get your brain cranking.

Here's what you need to know:

There's a concept in niche selection demonstrated cashflow.

Demonstrated cashflow is a market that is validated.

By validated, money flows in the market.

What you want to do when selecting a niche is to attach yourself to this market and participate in the money flow and pocket some of that money for yourself.

In demonstrated cashflow market, the participants in that market are proven money spenders. They are willing to spend money to solve their problems.

You might have come across the statistics that says 9 out of 10 businesses fail in the first year.

The reasons why entrepreneurs have such a poor conversion rate is due to reasons like

- Creating a product or service nobody wants
-small market
-undercapitalization
-running out of cash
-a poor team

And many more.

One of the biggest factor why businesses have such a high failure rate is down to one factor.

Poor niche selection.

A bad market, if you like.

And probably the best way to solve this is to choose a market with demonstrated cashflow.

Let's use some example:

Car tires is a market attached to a demonstrated cashflow.

How?:

The demonstrated cashflow market here is the car niche. Car owners have demonstrated they are willing to spend by buying cars.

Therefore, selling car tires is attaching yourself to that demonstrated buyers.

It wouldn't be a hard sell selling a tire to a car owner has he has already purchased a car. If he is need of tire it's not a huge hoop to jump to get one.

Starting a jamb prep class is attaching yourself to a demonstrated cashflow market of parents that have demonstrated they are willing to spend money on their child's education by sending them to secondary school where they pay school fees and also paying for a jamb form.

Optimizing Facebook ads for local businesses wanting to go online is attaching yourself to a demonstrated cashflow.

First, they are business owners who regularly pay for advertising for their business. They have demonstrated they pay for such service.

They have also demonstrated cashflow by funding their Facebook ad account.

You should look at what an ideal customer would have spent money on before they need your service.

Be the second, third, fourth etc. link in their long string of triggered purchases.

You don't really want to be the first possible purchase. It's way harder as most time you would have to first educate them that they need your service before you then sell them. Just typing that makes me shiver. Way harder.

An example would be setting up a wordpress blog for new bloggers.

That's a first line of purchase.

The new bloggers haven't demonstrated in any way that they spend money. They haven't spent money prior to opening a wordpress blog.

A better niche would be designing a custom theme for this first time bloggers. Now they have spent money paying for hosting, or email marketing service or even a logo. It won't be a hard sell to help them design a custom design for their new blog. They have opened their wallet before so it's easier for them to open it again now.

That's how to choose a niche that makes money.

Look where people are already spending money, then go attach yourself there.

Entrepreneurship is more about providing better value to existing services and products that people are already actively purchasing than innovating a new market.

Don't get caught up trying to do something out of the blue and so unique.

You might just fall into the trap of making a product no one cares about.

If you have any question on the topic please ask away.

We recently started this blog https://mybeardgang.com to teach people how to grow their facials with our beard products.

We also want to do some affiliate marketing and hope that adsense would also be a way of earning passive income.

Please can you kindly review this blog?

Thanks a lot.
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by mahiraUK(f): 12:35pm On Jun 19, 2018
Making money from blogging one of the smart profession right now. Because that help to earn huge revenue from online. Affiliate marketing one of the greatest of them. Cheer with blogging and start earning money.

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Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Moliena: 12:44pm On Mar 12, 2020
First of all, a blog niche is a carefully selected topic area that you’ll be focusing on your blog content around. In simple terms, selecting a niche to blog about is really just another way of answering the question, how do you decide what to blog about?

And this is a pretty important question to answer as you’re very early on in the process of starting your blog… because it could ultimately be the deciding factor that determines the future success (or failure) of your blog.
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 10:12pm On Mar 27, 2020
MyBeardGang:


We recently started this blog https://mybeardgang.com to teach people how to grow their facials with our beard products.

We also want to do some affiliate marketing and hope that adsense would also be a way of earning passive income.

Please can you kindly review this blog?

Thanks a lot.

Sorry for the late reply.

This is good work.

I like what you are doing with the site.

Can you send me an email so we can chat better?
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 10:12pm On Mar 27, 2020
MyBeardGang:


We recently started this blog https://mybeardgang.com to teach people how to grow their facials with our beard products.

We also want to do some affiliate marketing and hope that adsense would also be a way of earning passive income.

Please can you kindly review this blog?

Thanks a lot.
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Nichesiteseo(m): 10:13pm On Mar 27, 2020
MyBeardGang:


We recently started this blog https://mybeardgang.com to teach people how to grow their facials with our beard products.

We also want to do some affiliate marketing and hope that adsense would also be a way of earning passive income.

Please can you kindly review this blog?

Thanks a lot.

MyBeardGang:


We recently started this blog https://mybeardgang.com to teach people how to grow their facials with our beard products.

We also want to do some affiliate marketing and hope that adsense would also be a way of earning passive income.

Please can you kindly review this blog?

Thanks a lot.

Sorry for the late reply.

This is good work.

I like what you are doing with the site.

Can you send me an email so we can chat better?
Re: How To Make $500 A Month With A Niche Site by Etinosa1234: 11:57pm On Nov 10, 2020
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