Things changed when I wrote the I Need $1000 post.
I started to think about the profit potential of niche affiliate sites. The benefit is they diversify your online income.
Last week I made the decision to build a niche affiliate income site. And I thought this would be an excellent case study for people to follow…
…But I DON’T want to turn this into another formal series of blog posts.
So I’m going to try something new.
I’ve created a brand new Twitter account for this case study.
On this account, I’ll list:
- What metrics I used to choose this site
- What tools I’m using
- How to get backlinks and search engine rankings
- Specific dates where I take action
- How much I invest in this site
- How much I make from this site
- Any ideas or thoughts that pop into my head
Honestly, I feel Twitter is the best place to list this stuff. Why? Because I’m able to give real-time updates about what’s going on with this project.
Sidebar: I’m not going to reveal the specific details of this website. But if things go well, I will create a 2nd site where I’ll give full, 100% disclosure about what I’m doing.
Will you learn something from this case study? Maybe. Maybe not. For all I know, it’ll be a complete waste of time and money. However I think you’ll get something from the process. You’ll learn about good and bad ways to build a niche affiliate site.
Like I said, I’m putting all of this on Twitter.
Here is the new account —> http://twitter.com/nobsniches
Also, I’ve created a hashtag for any related conversations: #nobsniches
Finally, I’m going to regularly update this account. Sometimes I’ll Tweet a few things a day. So be sure to check out my Twitter feed and let me know if you have any questions!Take Action. Get Results.
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