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Niche marketing will make you stand out.
Before I start talking about how getting traffic to your niche I am going to give you a link to a fantastic blog that has every thing you can possibly learn about niche building.
- Your probably saying "Boy, is she lazy" well I have a good reason for this, Stuart Walker, author of Niche Hacks knows alot more then I do about this subject.
- A visitor to a blog only reads about 25% of the content and I figure this is about 25 percent.
- Bookmark Stuart's blog, he has a lot of good information that can be used in your niche building.
Targeted traffic is what you need for your niche, this means targeting traffic toward people that will be interested in what you are offering.
A clickbait website is a term describing web content that is aimed at generating online advertising revenue. Relying on sensationalist headlines at the expense of quality or accuracy.
So what good are they! They are not to well respected by the foo-foos and I also read that Facebook is not to crazy about the clickbait websites, but this is relation to their newsfeed. These websites are renowned for click-through conversion and this is what you need for your blog or website.
- This is a small company started by Mark Cuban and based in Indiana
- The concept of this website:
- Create and customize a widget for your website that has trendy stories from around the web.
- Receive traffic from similar websites while Zergnet promotes links to your content with relevant partner sites.
- You will notice that I have my Zergnet widget in the right hand column.
- http://www.buzzfeed.com is a kingpin in this genre. But in order to correctly have any relevance to your niche you have to climb the ladder by posting content which could be an image, a video or something you think is funny. It has to be light and appeal to a social/mobile world.
- Once you have added your content add a catchy headline and description and add a thumbnail to the post. Your post will automatically appear in the "Just Launched" section of Buzzfeed community. Their editors choose what get posted to the homepage.
- There are badges and awards assigned to posts that rate high in Buzzfeed algorithms by viral traffic, corresponding reaction and editorial merit.
You do have to put some thought and creativity in what you place on Buzzfeed but I think it will help you out in the long run. There are no way really of seeing the "Boots on the ground" reward. I would check Google algorithms and see how your website is doing.
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I had such a good laugh that I had to put it on this post.
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