11 thoughts on “Nuttie Guru Goes Niche Researching!

  1. LOL Great post! Maybe you should write the sequel to the froggy stories! As always, I learned some new techniques from you, but I was sure looking forward to hearing your voice when I saw the videos! Oh well....

  2. @Renee,

    >>I was sure looking forward to hearing your voice when I saw the videos! Oh well

    LOL, sorry about that. Didn't want to spoil the broth...err, videos ;)

  3. Thanks Bill. Glad you liked it. Believe me I did not have any idea I would reach the goal, but I reached it anyway. I have been lately infected with the 'massive action" bug of Jason Fladlien I suppose ;)

  4. Thanks a lot guys it is very informative.However to speedup process i use Market Samurai to do some keyword research. Amazon tips without Clickbank is cool.Im waiting for more tips

  5. Gosh! I saw the Video and just couldn't figure out what you where doing, I try and I try and I try to understand all this Keyword search,SEO's, Backlinking,RSS Feeds what all that is about but it just won't sink in so keep E-Mailng me maybe someday hopfully the light will com on for me. My Dad was right I sould have stayed in school instead of play Hooky!I don't even know how to make those little yellow faces thats how new I am at the computer.So that's that!
    Ex Trucker Brand New Geek Trying To Keep Up Frank!
    Tank's

    1. Hi Frank,

      Welcome. :)

      Invest some time in your knowledge man; you will thank me. Most of the basic knowledge you need is probably free: just type in Google and hit the search button! ;)

      I "invested" almost a year in learning the basic stuff, and through this one year I didn't make any dime. Why is the word invested in quotes? Because back then I was really unhappy about having to learn the rudiments of IM and thought that I am just wasting my time. Back then multimedia was not really as popular as now. :)

  6. Maybe this is a bit off topic but I'm going to ask anyway. If you are based outside the USA and wants to market a product to US customers. Would it make any difference if your website is on a server that is not in the USA? Would it produce different search engine results?

    1. >>If you are based outside the USA and wants to market a product to US customers. Would it make any difference if your website is on a server that is not in the USA? Would it produce different search engine results?

      Conventional theory goes like this:

      It depends on where your bulk website traffic comes from. If your site is a local business, then perhaps it is best to have a server located at your own country. Remember the nearer your server is located to the source of traffic, the better. Example, if the majority of your customers are from Canada, then it is good that you have a Canada server (even if they are a bit more expensive than the typical US server). If you buy a server in UK and server Canadian customers, your customers may have a hard time accessing your website and you may either end up having low conversion rates, high bounce rates and/or loads of support issues.

      Conventional theory also says that server location matters in SEO too-if you wanna rank high for a term in US search engines, it is best to have your server at US.

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      My own experience: Most of my servers are located in different states of USA. I serve customers from all over the world and never had any such issue. The bulk of my customers are from USA, Canada and UK; however but I also have customers from the rest of Europe, PRC, the Indian subcontinent, etc.

      In fact I am physically located in India and never have any issue accessing my own websites (except the normal downtime that affects people all over the world); if at all, I have great trouble accessing the websites of my banks because their servers are physically located in India. What does this say:

      If your hosting provider has a robust infrastructure then location does not really matter. If your server is weak then your websites won't work anywhere no matter how hard you try! What I suggest that you choose a host who own their own datacenter, even if you have to shell a few extra bucks. Going cheap is not always the best way to go, especially when you are building sites to generate revenue. Other things remaining equal, there is a big difference between a $10 hosting and $30 hosting. ;)

      This is something confirmed even by this person: http://board.mypersianforum.com/showpost.php?p=3300713&postcount=4

  7. Thanks for taking the time to answer my question, it certainly makes sense. It is never a good idea to put all the eggs in one basket....

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