How to Build Micro Niche Sites to Earn More

Micro Niche Sites To Make Money
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We all know, we can categorise a Website in any ways. A Niche site, Niche-less site, Micro-niche site and so on. Building an authoritative niche site requires time, patience, and lots of dedication.

Whereas, building a Micro-niche site, requires a perfect strategy, planning and your expertise. Especially, after Google Algorithm changes, niche sites are performing really well. If you are one of those quality bloggers or internet-marketer, you can always build a quality micro-niche Website, and earn a huge chunk of money from Advertising or other monetization techniques.

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In this guide, I will be sharing everything you need to build a Micro-niche site, and how you can earn a great deal of money from it.

What are Micro-niche Websites?

Micro-Niche websites are the perfect way to add some extra amount of money in your monthly income.  Niche websites are specific and targeted towards a micro-topic or keyword.

These websites do not exactly get a lot of traffic but they make more money in less traffic. One reason for the same is, you get quality targeted traffic, and they convert better than un-targeted traffic.

You can use any monetization techniques like- AdSense, ShareASale, Affiliate program, CPA or use it to sell eBooks.

An example for such micro niche sites are:

  • Hostgator Coupons
  • Cydia guide
  • Buy fake iPhone

There are a lot of things to be done before making a micro-niche website.  Simply making a website on a certain keyword is not going to do well.

You have to make sure that your niche website is going to earn money as expected else there is no point of making it.

Here I am going to explain a few things that you need to do and the success of your niche website will totally depend upon it.

Building a Profitable Micro Niche Site:

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Few important point that you must understood are:

  1. The Right Keyword for Domain Name
  2. Primary Keyword of Your Website
  3. Niche Website Content Strategy
  4. Monetizing the Niche Website
  5. Google Ranking of your Niche website

The Right Keyword

The first step towards a successful M-niche website lies in its domain. A niche website is going to work perfectly only when you have the right keyword in your domain name. Finding the right SEO keyword can be tricky sometimes.

However, there are a lot of things from which you can easily pickup ideas to find the right keyword. For example, you can use Google trends, Google Instant, Online Ads, Magazines. They all give a lot of ideas.

In my view, these ideas can be of two types:

  • Local 
  • Global

Local simply means country specific i.e. topic will get most of the traffic from your own Country and Global means worldwide traffic. However, being global is always the right choice. Once you get the idea, it’s time to find the right domain name for it. I suggest you to use Google AdWords keyword tool for getting the keyword ideas.

Before you start searching for keyword to find your right domain name, here are few things that you must keep in mind:

  1. Limit the Global search to around 4K i.e. 4000 searches per month.
  2. Competition should be medium or high.

Now hit the search button. You will get many keywords. Select four or five out of them and search them in Google. Check the results on the first page. If the results appear from e-commerce websites such as eBay, Amazon, then skip the keyword.

If the results have very high ranking websites skip that keyword because there is no way that you can beat those websites with a new one.

If you see mostly blogs and websites of low ranking (Few of them will always be higher but that’s not going to effect ) and they don’t match the exact keyword in their title then register the domain name for your niche website.

Primary Keyword of Your domain name 

Your domain name is the primary keyword of your website. Your whole niche website revolves around your primary keyword. You will rank higher in Google search results for your primary keyword and that’s what our target is.  Next thing that you need to do is:

Niche Website Content Strategy

Content strategy is very important in order to regularly update your niche website and to gain traffic to other articles. Now its time to create more content on your niche website. Here is how you are going to do it..

  • Search for long tail keywords related to your primary keyword.
  • Write at least 15-20 secondary articles over the next 3-4 weeks.
  • The minimum word limit of these articles should be 350-400 words. More it is, better it is.
  • Interlink the articles very well. Take advantage of plugins like Rankmath, Linkwhisper, Yoast SEO Premium.
  • Articles should be 100% original and of the best quality.

Install Editorial calendar WordPress plugin, and schedule your content for the next 1-2 months. A regular flow of the article is important, to attain the authority.

Now your micro-niche website has a primary article which is your homepage and number of secondary articles targeting long tail keywords in Google searches. You can add more articles if the websites show better traffic results.

Monetizing the Niche Website

There are various ways to monetize your niche website. You need to choose one which can give you the maximum possible revenue. I mainly use these 3 ways to monetize my niche websites:

  • Google AdSense
  • Clickbank products
  • Amazon Affiliate (Product, eBook)

Since we have taken CPC as a factor while planning out the content strategy, AdSense will ensure a great profit for you. In fact, if you are getting the US, UK and traffic from Canada, then money earned will be much higher.  Along with this, you can pick a few related affiliate products to promote, and this will help you to earn more with your micro niche website.

Amazon affiliate program gives 4% commission in the beginning which usually increases up to 14% with an increasing number of sales. Choose which ever you like and it’s also easy to get the affiliate account. If you don’t have one, simply sign up for the account. It’s free.

Google Ranking of Your Niche Website

Google rolled out exact match domain penalty some time back, and it was targeted to penalize micro-niche Website with low-quality content. In our case, we are not building a low-quality website, rather we are building the profitable high-quality micro niche website. We have already done most of the task by writing quality content. Now, focus on improving the SEO of your micro-niche blog. Here are two guides, which will help you:

As you have a domain name with your primary keyword in it, It will give you a boost to rank up in Google quickly. Secondly, secondary articles will get traffic for long tail keywords. You will soon see some starting traffic on your website. Initially, no backlinks are required for the niche website because it’s targeted and specific. Having the primary keyword in the domain name has its own advantages and it’s one of them.

Now, to further boost the ranking of your Website, here are a few things that you could do:

Visit websites of the same niche as yourself and comment on something useful related to the blog post. Comment on at least 20-25 websites over 1-2 weeks. It will give generate some backlinks for your niche website helping it to rank better and get more traffic.

Conclusion: Your rank and traffic will get better over time. The niche website will generate more revenue in less traffic as the chosen keyword has a high CPC as already explained. You will also get much other long tail keyword traffic.

Niche website will also get few sales if you monetized with affiliate accounts. So if you are planning to make one or if you are already working on a niche website, do share your experience right here.

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31 thoughts on “How to Build Micro Niche Sites to Earn More”

  1. aaslin

    Thanks for this post, Satyendra.

    Guys setting up micro niche sites, try amazon as your source of income. They will provide you better income than Adsense & Clickbank as Amazon’s conversion rates are higher than other two programs.

    AdSense pays low when compared to Amazon.

  2. Ruchira Perera

    Hello Harsh,
    I’ve been writing few articles in order to start my blog. But I have question? Can you please help me with it..
    My niche is Technology. My question:
    Is it ok I read read a few sites about a topic and through that knowledge write my blog post? Is there any copy write issue or can anybody question us about how we know the stuff that we write in our blog?
    Thank you for replying me soon.

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      Hey Ruchira,

      It’s absolutely fine to do a research about the topic which you want to write about. The only thing is to not copy anything from other websites. For example: If you are writing about 5 reasons you should buy iPhone 7. Do not copy the 5 points from different blogs and write it as your own. First, identify what did you like about the phone. How is it different from the previous generation. you can watch Apple launch video, read news. and then can research about other articles.

      1. Ruchira Perera

        Thanks a lot for replying me. I’ll follow your advice.

  3. Devendra Kumar

    How can i delete the genesis footer link ?

    1. Riyaz

      Hi Devendra,

      there are two way to edit the footer links in genesis theme. 1. Install a plugin called genesis simple edits and you will easy able to edit whatever you want. 2. Editing in the functions.php file. Here is the link for the code to be edit: But i would recommend you the first option.
      Hope it helps.

      Thanks, Riyaz

  4. Rick

    Found this website in Google with the search term ‘same subject different niche blog’. Been undecided for a while about whether to add in different topics to my new travel site, in order to get more traffic. But after reading this post I’ve decided against it, and figured that the areas are in different niches, for different audiences and each one could have a different identity and brand. My only concern is I’d be passing up the chance to make an authority site. Wouldn’t this be more powerful than three separate domains?

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