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Oct 30, 2007 10:02 am re: Advice for a newbie

Steve Bralovich
My advice for a newbie would be similar to what you have already seen posted here but with an additional bit of advice.

Find a niche that is being under-served that you are passionate enough about to keep working on until it succeeds.

However, before you even get started, do your keyword research so that you can estimate roughly what the demand is for your niche business.

Focus on building traffic FIRST and foremost since this is the lifeblood of any business.

Too many newbies make the mistake of focusing on site design or providing informative web pages or the products they want to sell without ever asking, "How will people find my business on-line?"

That is the most important thing and the one that makes any on-line business worthwhile.

A useful free tool for keyword research is Good Keywords:


A better one is Niche Inspector which is a commercial program at $120 US but well worth the money in my opinion.

It allows you to do excellent keyword research PLUS it gives you the supply and demand stats to accurately guage how much competition there is for your target niche.

Why is that important? The more competitive or tougher a market you're in, the harder it will be for you as a newbie to capture an audience.

Your best bet is to work on areas that have little or no competition so that you can draw traffic to web pages that are optimized to rank high in natural search.

I use both of these programs. Good Keywords for fast lookups and if results look good then I run the keyword
through Niche Inspector for more detailed analysis.

There are other tools of course, but those are the ones I use.

Increase Google ranking easily by getting 1 way links!

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