Chelsea Baldwin

Chelsea has a background in journalism and IT, and besides writing for NicheHacks, she's the founder of Copy Power, a business and a website that helps business owners figure out how to get remembered online via copywriting.

She excels in the topic of SEO but can write on a wide range of topics of which you can discover by clicking on her name.

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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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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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6 Lessons I Learned The Hard Way From Niche Guest Blogging In The Past 6 Months

Filed in Blogging, Case Studies, Content by on April 21, 2016 5 Comments
6 Lessons I Learned The Hard Way From Niche Guest Blogging In The Past 6 Months

I’ve been in the blogging / online writing / niche marketing game for about six years. I know it’s not nearly as long as a lot of the pros, but six years is a substantial amount of time to get some serious learning done… especially trial and error learning. (“Trial and error” is my way […]

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[Step by Step Guide] How to Find Your Niche's Best Selling Amazon Affiliate Products

Filed in Amazon, Case Studies, Niche Research by on April 14, 2016 21 Comments
[Step by Step Guide] How to Find Your Niche's Best Selling Amazon Affiliate Products

There's two reasons why you'll be reading this post: You have picked your niche already and now need to know which (Amazon) affiliate products to sell that will make you money. Or you're simply looking for hot selling Amazon affiliate products so you can then turn those products into your niche. You're in the right […]

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[Step by Step Guide] Watch Over My Shoulder As I Do On-Page SEO, For My Niche Site, To Get More Google Traffic

Filed in Case Studies, SEO by on March 11, 2016 15 Comments
[Step by Step Guide] Watch Over My Shoulder As I Do On-Page SEO, For My Niche Site, To Get More Google Traffic

I’ve admitted it before, and I’ll probably find myself admitting it again: As someone who does content marketing for a living, I tend to believe more in the drive of the actual marketing rather than SEO. Which gives me the tendency to disregard on-page SEO way more than I should. In fact, since I established […]

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[Step by Step Guide] How to Use ClickBank to Find a Profitable Niche in 10 Minutes or Less

[Step by Step Guide] How to Use ClickBank to Find a Profitable Niche in 10 Minutes or Less

ClickBank was the first affiliate marketing program I ever head of. It was after my my university graduation in 2010 and I was desperately looking for a way to make money online since the job market for new journalists was horrible. It was fascinating to me that so many digital products existed, and that people could […]

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17 Things You Should Think About Before Starting a Niche Site But Probably Won’t

Filed in Affiliate Marketing, Niche Hacks by on February 27, 2016 12 Comments
17 Things You Should Think About Before Starting a Niche Site But Probably Won’t

A niche site that makes thousands of dollars for me while I sleep and eat fresh coconuts on beaches in Thailand? Um, yes. That's my dream. And I'm pretty sure you'd be able to describe your passive income dream with just as much or even more detail. While sitting around and daydreaming about the end […]

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How to Use Amazon to Find Your Next Profitable Niche In Less Than 30 Minutes

Filed in Amazon, Niche Research by on January 24, 2016 6 Comments
How to Use Amazon to Find Your Next Profitable Niche In Less Than 30 Minutes

Tell me if this situation sounds familiar: You know you want to launch a new niche site to boost your income and explore its potential, but you’ve got no clue where to start. You know it needs to be in a niche that’s profitable, but you can’t really put your finger on how any of […]

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Find Your Niche's Most Important Keywords in One Hour or Less: The 7-Step Guide

Find Your Niche's Most Important Keywords in One Hour or Less: The 7-Step Guide

Back in May, I wrote a post that got a ton of hits… and was one of NicheHacks’ posts that had the most on-page time. It was about 23 different places you could uncover valuable keywords, including 29 screenshots on exactly how and where to find them. You guys found it so helpful, we created […]

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Tim Ferriss' 4 Hacks to Becoming a Niche Expert in Four Weeks

Filed in Niche Research by on January 4, 2016 7 Comments
Tim Ferriss' 4 Hacks to Becoming a Niche Expert in Four Weeks

Sometimes, I think we niche marketers all feel like total frauds at what we do. Even in our day jobs that we’ve been doing for the last 10+ years… there’s just those days where we feel like our incompetence is going to be suddenly discovered and we’ll be yelled at and fired on the spot. […]

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7 One Hour or Less Niche Site Upgrades to Increase Your Passive Income Overnight

7 One Hour or Less Niche Site Upgrades to Increase Your Passive Income Overnight

I’m sure most of you remember October’s post where we published on case study on how NicheHacks community member Dom Wells took his site, LuxuryShaves.com from $50 per month to $1,000+ per month in passive income as an Amazon affiliate. After he’d upped his traffic and rankings, he did a simple upgrade on his 10 most […]

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3 Practical Ways to Replace Your Black Hat Rankings With White Hat Strategies

Filed in SEO by on November 25, 2015 5 Comments
3 Practical Ways to Replace Your Black Hat Rankings With White Hat Strategies

I feel like we’ve got a fairly open, helpful, (and can I even say loving?) NicheHacks community that likes to help each other, so I’m just going to come right out and say it: When you’re new to the game and you start a niche site from scratch, you inevitably get involved with some sort […]

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The Traffic and Conversion Hacks Dom Wells Used to Increase His Amazon Income by 1800%

Filed in Amazon, Case Studies by on October 15, 2015 17 Comments
The Traffic and Conversion Hacks Dom Wells Used to Increase His Amazon Income by 1800%

Alright, I'll admit it, an 1,800% increase in affiliate income does sound like the stuff of total fantasy. In fact, it almost even looks like the click bait put out there by fake marketing gurus to get you to buy into their deadline-pressured, expensive programs. But Dom Wells isn't a faked-out marketing guru. He's one […]

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8 Content Marketing Lies Fake Gurus Love to Tell (& How Jello Proves Them Wrong)

Filed in Blogging, Content by on September 19, 2015 12 Comments
8 Content Marketing Lies Fake Gurus Love to Tell (& How Jello Proves Them Wrong)

Ever since Bill Gates claimed “Content is King” in 1996, there’s been an increasing amount of content marketing advice floating around the internet, to the point that most of us don’t even know where this whole “content is king” mantra comes from. (I didn’t until I wrote this article, for example.) Unfortunately, as time goes […]

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15 Niche Marketing Lessons I Learned from ‘Wasting’ My Time in the Corporate World

Filed in Case Studies, online business by on August 18, 2015 5 Comments
15 Niche Marketing Lessons I Learned from ‘Wasting’ My Time in the Corporate World

Like most people who hold onto the self-employed lifestyle as if it were the only life raft and they were about to drown in a tumultuous sea storm, I came from the corporate world. I did pretty well for myself there... going from intern, to in-house writer, to Content Director, to Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) all […]

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[Case Study] Watch Over My Shoulder As I Do In-depth Keyword Research For A Site In The Survival Niche

[Case Study] Watch Over My Shoulder As I Do In-depth Keyword Research For A Site In The Survival Niche

It always feels good to write something people love. I try to do it every time I write a blog post, but you can never really predict these things, you know? When I wrote 23 Places to Find the Best Keywords In Your Niche (& 29 Screenshots Showing You How to Get Them), my goal […]

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The Ultimate Guide: 17 Ways To Build Links Without Writing Content

Filed in Content, SEO by on May 25, 2015 13 Comments
The Ultimate Guide: 17 Ways To Build Links Without Writing Content

Even though Google passed out ranking penalties like Halloween candy for sites who’d built backlinks for their pages via what Penguin deemed black hat practices, don't assume that the overall strategy of finding backlinks for your site should be forgotten about. After all, Google still looks at your traffic and the quality of sites linking to you as […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Niche Site Monetization: With 35 Real-Life Money-Making Examples

Filed in Niche Hacks, Ultimate Guides & Resources by on February 15, 2015 26 Comments
The Ultimate Guide to Niche Site Monetization: With 35 Real-Life Money-Making Examples

None of us got into the niche site business for the pure joy of it. Sure, we might be passionate about the topics we’re working with, but at the end of the day, we need to make money from the sites we spend hours setting up. Fortunately, there are abundant possibilities to monetize your niche blog, […]

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6 Common SEO Hacks Left Undone & What They Cost You

Filed in SEO by on December 1, 2014 16 Comments
6 Common SEO Hacks Left Undone & What They Cost You

SEO is a beast. It’s so big, there’s absolutely no way for you to conquer it all. There’s so much expert advice out there that if you don’t deliberately choose not to listen to 75% of it, you’ll be confused forever. But in the same way SEO can be your worst enemy if you’re trying […]

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