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  1. #1
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    December 12th, 2005
    Question Do you grow your niche tree?
    Those who score on creating new keywords and catching traffic on it, please answer...

    How do you grow your niche tree?

    • Do you dig out new keywords yourself?

    • Or just online search engine statistics.

    • Can you say that your niche(s) have grow recently?

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    January 17th, 2005
    I build my niche site. Then I look at what people are looking for when they come to my site. Then I expand. Check your referral logs.

    I have a site about kitchens, but people find the site while looking for plates and forks, I start talking about plates and forks while selling them.

    If I'm selling kitchen products, I might expand into living rooms: furniture, rugs, etc.

  3. #3
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    December 12th, 2005
    My remark is more of gaining a confidence, but...

    Can you prove that once the niche started to grow, it just grows more and more, merging with neighboring niches, creating sub-niches...?

    The point is that I got into a discussion that if niche is small. It will be small. But my own experience shows that if a niche has appeared, it grows and grows. Because when people see that someone is playing on the keywords and these keywords have nice profit potential - they join the game too.

    I would like to know your opinion. Is it true for the niches you are working in?

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