How To Test Your Niche

With keywords in place and competitor research complete, Day 4 of the 30 Day Challenge prepped challengers to test their selected niche market with affiliate products. Clickbank or Amazon are always a reliable source for such products. Alternatively, you can go to Google, type in your “keyword + affiliate” and peruse the search results for an appropriate affiliate program.

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Market Samurai Slays The Competition

Day 3 of the 30 Day Challenge focused on using Market Samurai’s SEO Competition module. This module helps assess the quality of competition in a niche. It includes off-page SEO factors such as:

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Market Samurai First Impressions

Day 2 of the 30 Day Challenge included the unveiling of Market Samurai, a market research tool. This is a free tool available for a limited time to 30 Day Challengers. It incorporates data from Google’s keyword tool as well as a competitive and commerciality analysis.

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Thirty Day Challenge 2008

The 30 Day Challenge is back. Just shortly after last year’s challenge, I earned my first $10. I went on to apply some of the techniques I learned to take advantage of the Build A Niche Store Script (BANS). Although I still have a bit of work to do all my BANS sites, particularly with respect to traffic, they have brought in some decent income. With that said, I’m anxious to be a part of this year’s challenge to further hone my skills and add some new tools to my arsenal.

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Leadership & Marketing Sell Products

Some people believe that great leaders are made, not born. While it may be true that some people are born with natural talents, without practice, drive, enthusiasm, and experience, there can be no true development in leadership. Good leaders continually work and study to improve their natural skills.

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It’s human nature to want things to be perfect before we introduce them to the world. The thought of creating a site that isn’t as good as it can be makes most of us feel like we’re failing. But in reality, your customers will never notice. They don’t know what your ultimate vision is, so they don’t know what hasn’t been done yet. Instead of obsessing over the details, aim for progress over perfection. Keep your business moving forward and as you go you’ll learn, change and grow.

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