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Follow Along With The Niche Site Challenge & Learn From The Successes & Failures

Follow Along With The Niche Site Challenge & Learn From The Successes & Failures

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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Niche Site Challenge: Building Traffic, Growing Your List and Getting Your First Sale [Part 5]

Filed in Affiliate Marketing, Blogging, Case Studies by on April 21, 2017 6 Comments
Niche Site Challenge: Building Traffic, Growing Your List and Getting Your First Sale [Part 5]

You can see all updates from the Niche Site Challenge here. In my last update you read about my catastrophic failure with my last niche site. But this month the phoenix is rising from the ashes. There’s a new site with a new angle. And it’s already making money. In this article I’m going to […]

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The Niche Site Challenge: Five Lessons You Can Learn From My Catastrophic Failure [Part 4]

The Niche Site Challenge: Five Lessons You Can Learn From My Catastrophic Failure [Part 4]

You can see all updates from the Niche Site Challenge here. I’m not too proud to admit when I messed up. And, around October last year, I really messed up. I promised to bring you a new niche site update every month. And did I? Nope. In fact, right now, One Day Guides lies untouched. […]

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31 Ways To Promote Your Blog Posts & Get Blog Traffic [Updated]

31 Ways To Promote Your Blog Posts & Get Blog Traffic [Updated]

Struggling to get anyone to read your latest blog post (and the one before than and the one before that)? Is your blog like a ghost town? Here's why... Publishing a blog post and sitting around waiting for people to find it is not an effective method to build your blog audience. And no sharing to […]

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The 5 Steps To Writing a Freelance Content Writer Job Description That WON'T Result in Crappy Content

The 5 Steps To Writing a Freelance Content Writer Job Description That WON'T Result in Crappy Content

Time after time in the NicheHacks Facebook group, you see posts like this one:     And they’re almost always prompted by someone having a bad experience hiring an affordable content writer, and getting burned with horrible content in return. Either the content is plagiarized, risking a penalty for your site… ...or it’s got horrible grammar, making you […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Blogging: How To Start A Blog That Makes Money

Filed in Blogging, Content, Ultimate Guides & Resources by on January 19, 2017 118 Comments
The Ultimate Guide To Blogging: How To Start A Blog That Makes Money

So you want to start a blog and make money, huh? Great idea. Just like starting NicheHacks.com was a great decision for me. Here's why: NicheHacks earns me a full time living, of over $150,000 a year at the time of writing, and has helped over 1 million visitors and counting. The income from my blog helps fund my […]

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How To Curate Shareable Content [Infographic]

Filed in Blogging, Content by on November 11, 2016 11 Comments
How To Curate Shareable Content [Infographic]

What if I told you that the internet is a super crowded place with too much content? You'd probably chuckle and tell me that's obvious. But what if I told you that content is king and you can curate it and grow your website at a rapid rate while doing so? It's not only the best way […]

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The Perfect Formula For A Clickable Headline (Infographic)

Filed in Blogging, Content by on August 31, 2016 11 Comments
The Perfect Formula For A Clickable Headline (Infographic)

Article titles and headlines are arguably the most critical piece of the content equation. It's reported that 8 out of 10 people that come across content will at least read the headlines, but only 20% of those will read anything else. Thus, it's important that you learn how to write engaging and effective titles and headlines. […]

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Niche Site Challenge: Why You Need To Forget Your Income If You Want Your Niche Site To Be Successful [Part 3]

Filed in Blogging, Case Studies by on August 21, 2016 7 Comments
Niche Site Challenge: Why You Need To Forget Your Income If You Want Your Niche Site To Be Successful [Part 3]

You can see all updates from the Niche Site Challenge here. Running a Niche Site is, by far, the most rewarding experience of my online career so far. Forget quitting my job and becoming a writer. Forget landing big clients like Canva and Matthew Woodward. Forget that time I wrote an article high on the […]

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Branding for Niche Marketers: Step-by Step Guide To Building a Powerful Online Brand Image

Branding for Niche Marketers: Step-by Step Guide To Building a Powerful Online Brand Image

My mom is a brilliant chef. I guess all moms are. She makes delicious cheeseburgers; way more awesome than McDonalds or any other burger chain in the market. Really! But can I sell them for the same price as McDonalds? No chance. McDonalds is a brand people trust and willingly associate themselves with. They know […]

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

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

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

You can see all updates from the Niche Site Challenge here. 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 […]

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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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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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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]

You can see all updates from the Niche Site Challenge here. 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 […]

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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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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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[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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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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