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Old 11-03-2008, 12:38 PM
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Default 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".



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:



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.



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:



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:



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Old 11-07-2008, 10:13 AM
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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:



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:



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?



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:



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.

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Old 02-27-2009, 03:00 AM
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Thank you ... excellent tool!

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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?

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Old 03-14-2009, 09:25 PM
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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?

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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.)
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Old 03-19-2009, 01:44 PM
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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?
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Using Micro Niche Finder for Adsense Websites

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:



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.
Can you go go through the step-b-step how you setup the adsense part. Just purchase Micro Niche Finder. Very excited about do what you did. Thanks in advance. Sam
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Ok i've got a copy of MNF but theres one thing surrounding SOC that is annyoing me, i can't figure out how its being calculated, i'm trying to do some cross comparisons between my tools, and well i'm trying to figure out where the heck its getting these numbers for...

does anyone know what formula we're using to get these SOC values? I mean really i see the inurl inanchor intext etc that it says it uses but how the hell do you get a SOC of 6 when inanchor is 1.3m intitle is 1140 and inurl is 193.... for a keyword with 3600 searches and 10600 exact matches...

this makes no sense if inanchor is over 1.3m how is this possibly a 6? i mean im not saying its not a great keyword, but if i'm running campaigns and trying to really compare which keywords i want to really put effort into i'd like to atleast know how this is being calculated, as it stands now its just some mysterious number
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It could be that the software is factoring in the quality of the sites that are linking to the sites at the top of the rankings (among other things). In other words, while there may be 500,000,000 pages indexed, only 5 or 6 of them are truly being optimized for that search phrase (and thus the tough nuts to crack).

I have noticed though that if you add up the three numbers in the SOC score, then divide by 3 or 4, the result usually matches the SOC score displayed. Usually, but not always.
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It could be that the software is factoring in the quality of the sites that are linking to the sites at the top of the rankings (among other things). In other words, while there may be 500,000,000 pages indexed, only 5 or 6 of them are truly being optimized for that search phrase (and thus the tough nuts to crack).

I have noticed though that if you add up the three numbers in the SOC score, then divide by 3 or 4, the result usually matches the SOC score displayed. Usually, but not always.
Thanks for sharing...Was looking into the SOC part...

This software is kicking ass really..but the SOC can be buggy at times...

So far so good...hopefully can find more "secret" niches with this software
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