There is an easy way to earn money without much effort and it is building a micro niche website. There are hundreds of micro niche sites all over the Internet, and one can create one as long as they are willing to put a little time and effort into it.
Once the initial work is done, you just have to sit back and relax while the website does its thing and earns you cash.
So how do you build a micro niche site? Easy. You just have to follow the 4 steps that I am going to give you.
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1. Create an operating website
That’s a bit obvious, isn’t it?
I would recommend that you find a good web host — you don’t want your website being slow or crashing all the time.
Personally, I prefer hosts that provide guaranteed and fast customer support even to those with a little faster connection. If this is your first time creating a website, you might need the extra help.
And even if it’s not, well, you know how annoying it is when your questions don’t get answered.
Next up is the installation of a content management software. There are plenty out there, both free and payed. So you just have to decide which one you like.
And finally, a theme. This is how the website will look, and many content management softwares offer free theme. But you don’t have to limit yourself to just those.
You can choose from various ones which are easy to find and to install. And once you’ve set it up, your website is ready to be filled with content.
2. Choose a topic
You will have to decide what your micro niche is. When setting up a micro niche I think about topics that I’m interested in, or knowledgeable about, or the ones that I would like to research but have never really had time for that.
It could be literally anything, from advice on how to heal bruises, to guides on how to build rocket ships. It’s entirely up to you.
So once you’ve chosen your micro niche, you will have to do a little research to find out whether other people would read about it too. And there is a simple way to do that. You just have to check how many times people have searched for your topic on the Internet.
A lot of keyword search tools, such as Google Keyword Planner, can inform you on how many times a keyword has been looked up, as well as how many other websites are using those keywords.
You don’t have to look for only words though. The search can be as generic as “bruise,” or it can be very specific — “remedies that heal bruises overnight.”
However, it isn’t worth it if only 500 people per month look into those keywords, but if 1000+ people are interested, then we’re talking. But if the competition is high, then the website’s ratings will go down.
So aim for a balance between high search volume and low competition.
And don’t limit yourself to just a couple of phrases.
10+ keywords is a good number to increase the potential traffic to your website.
3. Writing the content
It is now time to start writing (or if you can’t write, hire someone to do it for you).
Don’t instantly bombard your website with a lot of information. I would recommend you write at least 3 or 4 core articles to help you build on.
Those articles can be longer — 1500+ words — and should be informative and interesting. Don’t bore the readers with dull context because you can be sure that they won’t be back. Let them enjoy it.
So once you’ve uploaded your core articles, you can start posting shorter, more specific ones. Choosing specific topics isn’t as hard as it seems.
For example, I like to think about all the questions I have or have had about my niche because I’m sure that other people have them too.
Upload at least one article per week.
Google likes it if you keep your website constantly updated, and it will boost your ranking even more.
Also don’t forget the keywords. To increase the potential traffic to your website, you should make sure to include them at least 3 or 4 times in your articles.
You can put them in the body or in the title, but you will have to include them so that Google can pick
them up and deliver you the desired traffic.
4. Advertising and money-making
Once the website has been built and filled with content, we want to make it noticed. Advertising it on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, Reddit, etc.) will boost your website’s popularity and you’ll get more visits.
You can even link it to your Facebook or your Instagram profile, a Youtube video that you’ve made, or pin it on your Pinterest profile. The options are unlimited.
And if you can combine them all — even better. So long as it has something for everyone, your website will prosper.
Moreover, Google even helps you build your website’s popularity. As I’ve said, managing your keywords and phrases well and regularly updating your webpage will help increase the traffic to it.
All you have to do is to promote a product or a service by putting up a link on your webpage, and if someone buys it, you get a commission. Typically, the company provides the necessary affiliate link.
The customer doesn’t even have to buy the product that you’ve promoted — they can get anything from the provider and you will still receive a commission from the purchased item.
And there you are! You are now more than capable of setting up your very own micro niche website and earning yourself some money. I gave you the info. I gave you the tips. You’re up.