Get Rid of Keyword Research Once and For All
Chances are that as a BlogPiG customer, the word ‘niche’ will have significance for you.
You might have one blog, or 100 blogs which each focus on a niche i.e. a sliver of a market which you can get a website to rank well for on Google and make some money from – potentially.
Finding a niche you can confidently go after involves several steps:
- Painstaking keyword research to find a keyword or niche which generates enough searches to make it worth targeting
- Are there 10 searches a month on Google for this keyword or 10,000?
- Checking the level of competition to decide if you can elbow your way in
- Are there 3 PPC ads showing or 30 for this niche?
- Are there 36,000 results in Google or 3,600,000?
- Are the sites which already rank on page one optimised and back linked?
- Researching suitable domains for the keyword or niche
- Are there any keyword matching domains available?
- Any unclaimed Facebook fan page URLS?
- Determining if there is any money to made from that niche
- What could AdSense earn you?
- Any other advertising?
- Opportunities as an affiliate?
So, before you’ve even thought about building a site and building revenue streams, you might have used days of your valuable time already! Without earning a cent yet!
Personally, in the very early days of my career online, I found keyword research weirdly exciting and even addictive – all that hope and optimism (I’m gonna uncover a hidden goldmine!) mixed with a load of data (I love data and stats. I’m so rock ‘n’ roll).
But the novelty or keyword research wore off pretty quickly. When your keyword doesn’t deliver in spite of your days of research, it’s pretty demoralising, especially when you don’t have another niche lined up to take its place.
And as time has gone on, it’s got an awful lot harder to unearth a nugget to work on. ‘Long tail’ keywords are no longer the reserve of an elite group of online marketers.
But, what, all those people who claim still to be making a mint out of online niche marketing are lying? Heck, no! But what they’re not doing is spending a load of time doing keyword research and exploring niches. Nope, they’re working at the money-making end of the machine.
They’re building websites – quickly, automatically. They’re building a revenue model and cookie-cutting it from one site to the next. They’re banking their cheques. And they’re able to do this over and over again because they can move like lightening from one niche to another.
Got that niggling feeling reading this? Got that impatient itch? Feeling like you’re in the same race as these guys but you just can’t catch up?
Well, there is a product about to launch which could give you a head start.
Conceived and built by Gary in conjunction with Matt Garrett, this product is not a BlogPiG product, it isn’t a WP plugin. This product is positioned way earlier on in the life of WP site – before the site is even a twinkle in your eye.
The product is Niche Reaper and, as its name suggests, it reaps the web for untapped niches.
Make no mistake, though, this is no simple keyword research tool. This tool will find and evaluate keywords and niches. Every day it adds about 20,000 new keywords to the database and as well as telling you the obvious stuff like search volumes, its complex algorithm:
- Groups like keywords to form niches – so you can build authority sites
- Assesses the competition – so you know where you have a fighting chance
- Reports available matching keyword domains – so you can snap up domains which will rank
- Lists Facebook fanpage URLs – so you can snare your share of the Facebook goldrush
- Calculates a potential monthly revenue figure per keyword – so you know if it’s worth investing
- Colour codes niches – so you can see instantly what to disregard and what to jump at
Within minutes you can have a niche in the palm of your hand which you can get a site up for and start monetizing. And you can repeat this again and again so that you build a portfolio of niches to master.
Mike Johnson says of Niche Reaper:
“It is the ultimate answer for finding what Niches to promote. You don’t have to “look” and “research” anymore. Niche Reaper does it all for you.
This is the first product I have seen in Internet Marketing that actually (and legitimately) finds high quality Niches that you can start making money with. Instantly!”
JP Shoeffel says:
“10 seconds after logging in Niche Reaper pointed me to a great niche and a few keywords I could dominate quite easily. 2 minutes later I registered a domain for that niche and I was in the game to dominate this niche!
It simply replaces ALL of the tools I was using (niche/keyword research, keyword analysis etc.) and it provides results that will allow ANYONE to take action almost instantly.”
This product has been in the making for two years. I’ve personally witnessed the programming and genius that has gone into getting the results Niche Reaper delivers.
As a user of BlogPiG software, you’ve already made the decision to focus more on the revenue generating aspects of your WP sites and to outsource some of the essential but time-consuming tasks to software.
Let Niche Reaper take care of another vital task, one that you need to get right in order to give your chance at success a head start.
P.S. You know that at BlogPiG we hate hype. We’ve never done a traditional IM launch, we’ve never promised you can earn (pause while Fiona gets out the standard issue IM random number generator) $23,467 a month using our plugins We just build software which does what we say it does and, if you want to, you can buy it.
Niche Reaper is outside of the BlogPiG brand and has been delivered in conjunction with someone who Gary has known for six years and who we respect. It is being ‘launched’ in the traditional IM format but please note that there are no empty claims made, there is no unfounded hype. No randomly generated revenue figures are being bandied about and the ‘big names’ you might spot who will promote the product have never done business with Gary before. They are promoting this product because, shock, horror, they actually think the product is excellent. Which it is.