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:


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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 my new Niche Site.

I'm going to start a travel blog.

And, you’re going to have access to everything that I do.

All the tips, tricks, tools, keywords, and traffic strategies that I use to get this site from zero to profitable.

You’ll even have access to the income I make, too.

My main focus is to use strategies from Nichehacks and implement them.

But, if I use a strategy that isn’t here, you’ll get a complete guide to what I’ve done.

Because I want you to succeed alongside me.


To discover 200+ profitable niche markets click the image below now...


You can find all updates of the Niche Site Challenge living here:


Part 1: Introducing The Niche Site Challenge (And How To Start A Travel Blog)

Part 2: Facebook Videos, Blog Comments, & Getting In The Dirt

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

Part 4: Five Lessons You Can Learn From My Catastrophic Failure

Part 5: Building Traffic, Growing Your Lists, And Getting Your First Sale


You'll get the best out of these if you read them in order.

However each works as a standalone post too.


Comments (5)

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  1. Ashad says:

    I've a Niche Site about a Smartphone. I've worked much but the site doesn't Rank up. How can I do now?

    • "A smartphone"? Sounds like you've built a niche site.

      I'd be giving you generic advice because you're basically asking me "I've got a business with no sales, how can I get sales?" 😀

    • Nathan Heath says:

      Niche it down bud. Smartphones is just way to broad and competitive. Find a smaller niche or use low competition keywords on your articles

  2. Dibakar Bala says:

    That's Great! I will wait for it. Even I started working on a niche which nobody is doing in my country yet ( Music Blog ) because or low Adsense CPC i guess. But Music was my passion so I just went with it without worrying about the traffic and now after 4 months I've started receiving 300 a day from Google. Hopefully because it's growing I'll reach my destination some day. 🙂 And Nichehacks had been a great source of knowledge and information for me in my journey

    • Rod Sherwood says:

      If you want to write on music, then find what's called a Low Hanging Fruit domain, where there is a good amount of traffic but the QSR or competition is really low. One that you can hone in on one particular angle of music and find Niche related products to blog on or for a landing page. I agree that Music Blog is too general. Find one part of it you love, and some relative affiliate products. Hope that helps!