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Admin 11-03-2008 12:38 PM

Micro Niche Finder Review - Keyword Tool
 
The Micro Niche Finder keyword tool is is a brilliant tool for SEO's so i thought i'd do a quick post about it because many people have never heard of it. In my opinion it's one of the best tools around for finding niche keywords with high search volume, low competition and well paying ads.

I will do a proper Micro Niche Finder review after i fully explore "all" the features, because there's that many but for now i'm having a blast just with the regular keyword research.

However here is a screen shot of the Micro Niche Finder results page, i done a search for "Auto" and i'm just showing the top several terms to give you an idea and so the screenshot isn't huge.

With Micro Niche Finder the left column is the related terms it came up with, next column is search count (approx how many queries it receives a month) followed by a trend graph showing keyword trend over the past 12 month. Next column is exact phrase count, which is the number of Google results for the term in quotes, then Ad cost, Commercial Intent and SOC is "Strength of Competition".

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/micro-niche1.png

So just a quick glance, we can see "Used Cars" gets a higher search volume then just "Cars" but the competition is only 61.9 Million compared to over 1 Billion for just cars.

The SOC or Strength of Competition over in the right hand column does a calculation of inanchor, intitle and inurl to find true competition rather than pages that just mention the word as you can see here:

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/micro-niche2.png

You can also click the various columns to sort your results in whatever order you choose which is pretty powerful stuff for example here is my list sorted by "Ad Cost" in the right column.

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/micro-niche4.png

So from there we can skim down our list and dig out the highest paying terms, with the best search volume and low competition. For instance "Auto Quote" gets a reasonable 4,400 searches a month, has a hefty ad price and competition is reasonable. With Micro Niche Finder i can add that term to my project to make a short list, and keep digging to come up with tons of profitable terms.

But that's not all by a long shot, clicking on the "Used Cars" keyword brings up the following options:

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/micro-niche3.png

As you can see, we can dig further, access Google Suggest, do LSI searches, see Google Trends for the term, view Creative Commons content for our term, search Amazon, Clickbank, Google Products, hunt for Affiliates before we even make a page, view Ezine Articles for our term, see if the domain for our keyword is available, see demo Adsense ads that will show for our term, see news results.

Tell me that's not brilliant?

With Micro Niche Finder, you can laser target your content for maximum revenue and hit keywords with little competition.

Micro Niche Finder does a ton more i have not even covered, this thing only costs $67 and is probably one of the most valuable SEO tools i have ever purchased. Anyhow that's my short Micro Niche Finder review, i will write up more after i have finally explored all the features.

They have a number of videos so you can view it in action better, check these out:



Admin 11-07-2008 10:13 AM

Using Micro Niche Finder for Adsense Websites

I thought i would do a quick follow up for people who were lucky enough to grab a copy of the Micro Niche Finder tool.

As you know Micro Niche Finder has many advanced and powerful tools, but this is a very quick way to use it for finding the perfect keywords that pay well per click and easy to rank for. Not many people love writing content, if you target the wrong keywords you are wasting your time so i'm going to show you how to laser target your content and keywords so they count and generate the most revenue possible for the smallest amount of work.

Firstly what is the perfect keyword?

It's the keywords (or phrases) related to your niche that bring the most search engine traffic, that have the lowest possible competition and also pay the highest click price.

Now if you don't have Micro Niche Finder this is pretty time consuming and difficult to do, and often requires several other tools to gather all that data. But.. In Micro Niche this is what i do:

* Type in our primary keyword (Below i have chosen Debt)
* Click the "Ad Cost" header to sort the keywords from highest click price to lowest.
* Check the top 20 results or so and click "Get SOC" which is strength of competition.
* Then click "Exact Phrase Count" which shows how many results for the exact term in quotes.

You are presented with the following:

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/i...icro-niche.png

Immediately over on the right we can see some green, yellow and red icons with green obviously meaning go for it that's pretty easy pickings.

All we do for the green items is reference how many searches per month the terms gets so we come up with two really good ones here for instance:

"Debt Consolidation Loan Calculator" which gets approx 2,400 searches a month and an ad cost of $24.94 and an exact result of 26,600

We can also get more data by clicking it, which shows:

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/i...cro-niche2.png

It only has 219 other sites with that term in their URL, just 404 pages with it in the title and 24,000 links out there with it in the anchor text. Now don't worry if the anchor result seems high to you, many of these are internal links on pages. We can see by only 404 pages having it in the title and 219 with it in the URL that there's not much competition.

So.. If you wrote up an article and included the term in your title, URL a few times on the page and get a few backlinks there's a very good chance you will get on page one of Google.

Lets say you only get 1,000 visitors a month from the 2,400 searches performed and it pays $1 a click which is likely and at a 5% Adsense CTR you are looking at a single page generating $50 a month that was pretty easy to rank for.

Not bad huh?

http://img.tzuy.com/3/6.png

As you can see Micro Niche Finder is a very powerful tool, and what i just showed you is only scratching the surface of it's capabilities. You can also run LSI searches, dig for other profitable terms, compile short lists etc to maximize your content value and about a thousand other functions.

That was a basic demo so when you get Micro Niche Finder you can hit the ground running and turn out profitable web pages right away. IMHO James the creator should "not" be selling this thing for $67 it should be mid $XXX because it pays for itself a hundred times over.

UPDATE:

The other day i registered a brand new domain again, and used Micro Niche Finder to do the keyword research and selection using the method i mentioned above. No it's not in the niche's in the screenshot, but i used the same method to find other high paying keywords/phrases and built my content based on the Micro Niche data.

This is today's Adsense earnings:

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/adsense.png

As you can see, 8 clicks today averaging just over $1 per click and the keywords were pretty simple to rank for.

With this domain, another domain and various pages i have built on existing domains i've earned over $200 with Micro Niche Finder in a little over a week. I have not put a lot of effort in to the sites or pages, just picked off high paying low competition phrases. Not bad considering the program costs just $67. Click below to watch some videos, or to purchase Micro Niche Finder.

Watch some videos of Micro Niche Finder in Action!

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/i...che-finder.png

firetown 02-27-2009 03:00 AM

Thank you ... excellent tool!

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adminravi 03-14-2009 03:32 PM

Hi,

Whats "ad cost"? Which is better? more ad cost or less ad cost? Please explain in detail about "ad cost".

Moreover, I would also like to know about google's keyword tool showing CPC, cost per click. What is it? while selecting a keyword, what should I look for? less CPC or More CPC?

Regards,
Ravi

Dan Schulz 03-14-2009 09:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adminravi (Post 4401)
Hi,

Whats "ad cost"? Which is better? more ad cost or less ad cost? Please explain in detail about "ad cost".

Moreover, I would also like to know about google's keyword tool showing CPC, cost per click. What is it? while selecting a keyword, what should I look for? less CPC or More CPC?

Regards,
Ravi

It's easy. "Ad Cost" is how much a click on an ad costs an advertiser (for each click). CPC is merely the "Cost per Click", so if you want to get paid more as a publisher, look for a higher cost per click. (Though sometimes lower CPCs can pay more if the keywords get a lot more traffic - just need to do the math is all.)

torso 03-19-2009 01:44 PM

Ad cost
 
I've been wondering if high cost keywords really are the way to go with micro niche sites? Here's my reasoning:

1) Low SOC, I think, means the amount of ADVERTISERS using this keyword
2) High ad cost probably means that there will be less ads available for your page
3) Are you going for adsense or some affiliate/CPA-deal? If you're going that direction, wouldn't it be great to have low soc low cost high search volume keywords so you could consider bringing people in via adwords campaigns?

How do they decide the price for the ad cost anyway?

Dan Schulz 03-19-2009 04:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by torso (Post 4508)
I've been wondering if high cost keywords really are the way to go with micro niche sites? Here's my reasoning:

1) Low SOC, I think, means the amount of ADVERTISERS using this keyword
2) High ad cost probably means that there will be less ads available for your page
3) Are you going for adsense or some affiliate/CPA-deal? If you're going that direction, wouldn't it be great to have low soc low cost high search volume keywords so you could consider bringing people in via adwords campaigns?

How do they decide the price for the ad cost anyway?

The SOC means "strength of competition" - or in other words, how many other Web pages/sites have been optimized to rank well for that search phrase.

High ad cost simply indicates that there's a lot of demand for the traffic that those search phrases generate. It's marketing, plain and simple.

If you're going to optimize for AdSense (which may no longer be such a good idea if Google switches from content-optimization to user-profiling in the way it serves ads) then you'll want a low SOC with a high search volume, high commercial intent, and high Ad Cost. After all, you want a lot of people to search for something in Google using the keywords you're optimizing for, you don't want a lot of competition, and you want to get PAID ASAP.

Admin 03-19-2009 05:38 PM

Yes exactly as Dan said, the SOC is Strength of Competition and that value has nothing to do with Adwords/Adsense it's a calculation done on the amount of sites with the keyword in the Title, URL and Anchor Texts.

Lower SOC = Easier to Rank For

If the SOC is between 0-50 you get a green light, which means go for it the term is fairly easy and you have a great chance of ranking. Orange is moderate and red is of course difficult. You can click and drill in to the SOC data if you want to see each element:

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/micro-niche2.png

So if you are aiming for Adsense you want:

Low - SOC
Low - Exact Phrase Count
High - Ad Cost
High - Search Count

Also OCI you want high, this means the customer is more likely to make a purchase however this has less effect with earning via Adsense than if you were selling a real product, service or an affiliate product.

With Micro Niche Finder it makes it pretty simple to filter keywords with high traffic volumes, low competition and also pay an excellent click price.

You can find thousands of keywords that average $1 per click that are very simple to rank for using this.

torso 03-19-2009 06:39 PM

Soc
 
Quote:

The SOC means "strength of competition" - or in other words, how many other Web pages/sites have been optimized to rank well for that search phrase.
Is MNF calculating a SOC of it's own? Mostly it seems like MNF is just an alternative UI for google adword suggester which has it's own SOC-field, which I would guess is strength of competition between advertisers, meaning that a lot of people are advertising with that keyphrase, not necessarily the amount of high ranking linking pages.

The only thing MNF seems to do that google adword suggester on it's own doesn't do in my opinion is the context menu for search terms where you can launch searches on various sites.

Admin 03-20-2009 05:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by torso (Post 4512)
Is MNF calculating a SOC of it's own? Mostly it seems like MNF is just an alternative UI for google adword suggester which has it's own SOC-field, which I would guess is strength of competition between advertisers, meaning that a lot of people are advertising with that keyphrase, not necessarily the amount of high ranking linking pages.

The only thing MNF seems to do that google adword suggester on it's own doesn't do in my opinion is the context menu for search terms where you can launch searches on various sites.

The Google Adwords tool is focused towards Adwords users, but MNF is focused towards search and organic rankings which are two different beasts. If the Adwords tool showed the level of data MNF did, people would realize hey i don't need to pay Google $10 per click i could rank all these keywords easily and get free organic traffic instead.

The SOC in MNF is purely a measure of how hard a keyword or phrase is to rank for.

MNF gives you a lot more data, and makes it easy to filter, sort and then instantly see what's profitable and easy to rank for or if you are wasting your time.

For example i ran a check on "Mortgage", then pulled 18 random keywords/phrases out and done a full check on them. I highlighted 2 terms "Refinance Rates" and "Refinance Home Loan" that show what i mean.

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/i...he-results.png

http://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/mnf-refi1.pnghttp://www.tareeinternet.com/forum/img/mnf-refi2.png

As you can see, roughly the same Search Volume and Ad Cost but "Refinance Home Loan" is way easier to rank for and not only that the OCI is better meaning the visitor is far more likely to purchase or convert in to a sale. So if you optimized your site for "Refinance Rates", you would of done several times more work and your traffic is less likely to convert.

As you can see, there is only 985 backlinks out there with "Refinance Home Loan" as the anchor text making it quite easy to rank for but over half a million for the "Refinance Rates" term. So it makes it a no brainer what terms to target on that list.

Anything in the list with an orange circle icon is fairly easy to rank for. You can tick just these ones, save them in a project bucket, do either a LSI search, a narrow/broad dig or a completely new search for more keywords and filter out the easy ones again and then save these in the same project bucket and build up a list of high traffic, high paying easy to rank for keywords in your niche.

Google just doesn't provide data this comprehensive for keyword research.


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