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The Ultimate Guide To Blog Comment Traffic [Yes, It Still Works!]

Filed in Blogging, Case Studies, Content, Traffic by on July 25, 2016 11 Comments
The Ultimate Guide To Blog Comment Traffic [Yes, It Still Works!]

There was a day, not too long ago, that blog comment for traffic just disappeared as a strategy. Aside from the occasional spam comment selling Viagra or knock-off Jimmy Choo’s, there were no real quality blog comments knocking around any more. It seems that bloggers, because of one Guru or another, has decided they were […]

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How To Create High Converting Facebook News Feed Ads: A Step by Step Guide for Niche Marketers

Filed in Case Studies, Social Media, Traffic by on July 18, 2016 4 Comments
How To Create High Converting Facebook News Feed Ads: A Step by Step Guide for Niche Marketers

I know you’ve been reading A LOT about Facebook ads recently and how even beginner niche marketers are finding success with Facebook marketing. I did a detailed post for you with step by step guidelines for audience targeting with Facebook ads. In which I covered everything from setting up your ad campaign to zooming-in to […]

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Niche Site Challenge: Facebook Videos, Blog Comments & Getting In The Dirt [Part 2]

Filed in Blogging, Case Studies by on July 16, 2016 5 Comments
Niche Site Challenge: Facebook Videos, Blog Comments & Getting In The Dirt [Part 2]

Firstly, let me apologize to you: You’re getting this post a little late. Because, as I sit here and type this, I’m in some awful little kitchen in rural Spain connecting to the most god-awful WiFi in the world. I’ll come to why that is later on in the post. But I've been putting in […]

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Lose Yourself In This 50 Billion Dollar Niche That Has 64 Million Americans Trying To 'Get Rich... Or Die Tryin'

Filed in Niche Market Ideas by on July 15, 2016 6 Comments
Lose Yourself In This 50 Billion Dollar Niche That Has 64 Million Americans Trying To 'Get Rich... Or Die Tryin'

So you want to be a rap superstar? And live large, a big house, 5 cars... Well that might be a bit much for you. The truth is, you don't need to be a superstar to make it in the rap niche. Billions are being spent per year to enjoy rap music and tons are being […]

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How To Find And Manage Content Writers for Your Niche Website [The Definitive Guide]

How To Find And Manage Content Writers for Your Niche Website [The Definitive Guide]

Niche websites, lots of traffic, heavy commissions, ad clicks and passive income. That’s the dream, right? If you’ve been chasing it, I don’t blame you. Who doesn’t like partying in luxury beach resorts with dozens of other millionaire marketers who’ve made it big and broken free from 9 to 5 slavery? (You know, the ones […]

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How To Easily Make Videos And Start Your Own YouTube Channel

How To Easily Make Videos And Start Your Own YouTube Channel

I had an epiphany a few months ago. An epiphany that would: Help me stand out in my niche that's already full to the brim with competition. Build loyalty with the readers I'd already collected. And create incredible content exclusive to the world's second largest search engine. And by “epiphany,” I mean someone I was having […]

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3 Facebook Traffic Case Studies: Including How I Got 11K Engaging Fans With $22 (In 5 Days)

3 Facebook Traffic Case Studies: Including How I Got 11K Engaging Fans With $22 (In 5 Days)

This is a guest submission by Jitendra Jain... Facebook ads are amazing aren't they? They are cheap, easy to customize, and test out. There's no doubt in my mind that you would rather see the traffic flow right away, rather than waiting on Google to rank and let you bank. Forget waiting though. You can start […]

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Discover This Profitable Niche That Has People Sitting In Homes For $10,000+ Per Year

Filed in Niche Market Ideas by on June 28, 2016 5 Comments
Discover This Profitable Niche That Has People Sitting In Homes For $10,000+ Per Year

Get out of my house... Unless you're here to babysit it. Believe it or not, people are willing to spend hundreds of dollars just to have their house watched after. Who on earth would pay someone to live in their homes, you ask? Anyone from travelling executives to regular people who tend to leave their […]

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5 Places To Find Good Content Writers Without Breaking the Bank

5 Places To Find Good Content Writers Without Breaking the Bank

In our private Facebook group, it’s become apparent that a lot of you guys are having a bit of dilemma when it comes to content writing: Exhibit A:     Exhibit B:     Exhibit C:     I could go on with these examples all day, but you get the idea: you want good […]

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7 Time Management Techniques for Affiliate Marketers

Filed in Affiliate Marketing, Productivity by on June 18, 2016 12 Comments
7 Time Management Techniques for Affiliate Marketers

According to Stuart’s scientific research into who the ideal NicheHacks reader actually is, most of you guys hold down full-time jobs. Which is wonderful (predictable income is nice, after all), except for the fact that your job takes up 40 hours of your week plus any commuting time. Leaving you with little time left over […]

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[Step by Step Guide] How To Use ShareASale to Find a Niche That's Profitable

[Step by Step Guide] How To Use ShareASale to Find a Niche That's Profitable

We've previously talked about how to use Amazon's product category and ranking system to help you find a niche, but today we're going to explore how to do that on ShareASale. ShareASale is different from Amazon, in that it isn't a B2C consumer marketplace. Shoppers can't go to the ShareASale website and make purchases. In other […]

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How To Start A Travel Blog: Introducing The Niche Site Challenge [Part 1]

How To Start A Travel Blog: Introducing The Niche Site Challenge [Part 1]

If you’re a member of the Nichehacks Mastermind you may have seen the huge confession I made to everyone. If not here it is for you again in full:     And this commitment still stands. In fact, I’m going one step further. Let me explain… Every month you’re going to see my progress on […]

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How to Create and Promote Content to Get 200+ Badass Backlinks In A Month

Filed in Blogging, SEO by on June 2, 2016 10 Comments
How to Create and Promote Content to Get 200+ Badass Backlinks In A Month

Let me guess: You are reading this post because of its title. No? I'm willing to bet you're looking to get a super flow of backlinks in a short period of time. But here the ugly truth of life comes: No one cares about your content or how awesome and compelling it is. It begs the question: What […]

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How To Generate 105 Blog Topics In One Hour [Case Study]

How To Generate 105 Blog Topics In One Hour [Case Study]

It could make you cry, right? Trying to come up with good ideas for blog topics. You’ve got the pressure of a deadline looming over you. You’re scared to death of writing bad content. And, not one single idea you write feels like it’s any good. It feels like you should just pack it all […]

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[Step by Step Guide] Watch Over My Shoulder As I Set Up a Facebook Ad Campaign (It's Easy)

[Step by Step Guide] Watch Over My Shoulder As I Set Up a Facebook Ad Campaign (It's Easy)

Everyone I know except for my father is on Facebook. Even my 80-year-old grandparents have accounts and use them regularly. And while Facebook's undergone a lot of refinements and changes over the years. Arguably one of the coolest things they've come up with (for niche marketers, anyway), is the ability to advertise to very specific target […]

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Can You Really Make Life Changing Income From Blogging? Well Just Ask These 13 Bloggers Making $100K+ Per Year

Filed in Blogging, Case Studies by on May 17, 2016 11 Comments
Can You Really Make Life Changing Income From Blogging? Well Just Ask These 13 Bloggers Making $100K+ Per Year

This is a guest submission by Andrew Wise... Just a few years ago, blogging was seen as little more than a hobby that people enjoyed after they came home from their daily jobs. As a matter of fact, only 8% of bloggers earned enough money to be able to support a family as recently as […]

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How To Start A Niche Site For Less Than $32 [Updated]

How To Start A Niche Site For Less Than $32 [Updated]

Stop putting it off, will you? You keep telling yourself that it just costs so much to start a niche site. That you’re going to invest all this money and never make anything back. But starting a niche site doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, you can start one for less than you’d […]

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[Step by Step Guide] How To Revive Old Content For More Google Traffic

Filed in Blogging, Case Studies, Content by on May 14, 2016 10 Comments
[Step by Step Guide] How To Revive Old Content For More Google Traffic

I'm going to tell you something now that's going to scare you. Are you ready? Hold tight... Your new content is worthless. Yeah, you read that right. As it stands, right now, your new content - unless it goes insanely viral - is worth absolutely jack shit. Nada. Zilch. Bugger all. Why? Because your new […]

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Case Study: How I Converted 51.54% Of Returning Visitors Into Email Subscribers With This Facebook Retargeting Strategy

Case Study: How I Converted 51.54% Of Returning Visitors Into Email Subscribers With This Facebook Retargeting Strategy

Let me guess... You've heard all about how fantastic Facebook Ads are and want to get involved, right? But you aren't sure how to get started. Because the Facebook Ads layout and set up is confusing as hell. And I mean what do you write in your ads, right? And what images do you actually […]

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7 Niche Marketing Lessons Learned From Working At NicheHacks For 17 Months

7 Niche Marketing Lessons Learned From Working At NicheHacks For 17 Months

It’s hard to believe I’ve been writing for NicheHacks for nearly a year and a half now. But I started working with Stuart in November 2014, and my first post published on December 1st. And I’m not just kissing ass when I say it’s been one of my favorite projects to work on. Stuart is great […]

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