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Your Questions About New Niches

Richard asks…

What do you think the best form of marketing would be for a niche business that makes custom iron products?

I’ve been doing a massive amount of research on this and wanted to see if anyone had thoughts or ideas that I haven’t come across yet. Marketing information on niche businesses has been harder to find.

New Niche Finder answers:

Niche marketing allows you to segment your market and focus on target markets more easily. This is where you should be searching for solutions and lay a solid foundation for your business and its marketing efforts.

Some examples: If you end up targeting wealthy house-owners for your wrought iron gates then these households should be relatively easy to pinpoint either through geo-demographics software for a highly focused e-mail marketing campaign, Targeted Banner Ads or even by something simple like targeted leaflet drops in well-to-do neighbourhoods.

In terms of inbound marketing and in view of the physical nature of your products, you should also invest in:
– a highly visual website so potential customers can interact with your products;
– make sure your website is ‘responsive’ so it works well on mobile formats
– video marketing
– social media especially Twitter, Pinterest and Google Plus
– local marketing e.g. Google Plus Local, reputation strategy (reviews and testimonials) and citations

Hope this helps.

Best Regards

Nancy asks…

What is in it a disclaimer page of a niche website?

Hello Guys,
I am a beginner to building niche websites and i want to create a disclaimer page for my website.
I want to know
-What it is actually?
-What it says?
-How can i create one if my website is on how to treat back acne?

New Niche Finder answers:

He primary purpose of a website disclaimer is to limit or attempt to limit the liabilities that a website owner or publisher may suffer arising out of the website. Examples of the kinds of liability that we publishers must contend with include libel/defamation, copyright infringement and breach of privacy. Most legal systems strictly control the effects of limitations and exclusions of liability. For this reason you should take local legal advice if you believe you may have to rely upon the limits of liability in our free website disclaimer document.

The free website disclaimer covers the following:

No warranties
Limitations of liability
Exceptions
Reasonableness
Other parties
Unenforceable provisions
This website disclaimer

A sample disclaimer page is http://smartphonesandroid.org/disclaimer/

Robert asks…

What are the components/pages for a niche website/blog?

Hello guys,
I am newbie to niche marketing, I have just started to create a niche website. My topic is on back acne. So, what pages does a niche website have in a general sence and what pages it will be under my topic?

New Niche Finder answers:

Well, for starters, you would need an About Us page.. This is where you will place the description of your site (and your bio, if you wish to) and what it’s about. Then you can put a Disclaimer page, seeing that you are creating a niche about back acne. I believe that you would need this disclaimer, since I am thinking that you would probably be placing some tips about it, and that you would not guarantee to visitors that your suggestions are 100% effective, or something like that. And then, a Sitemap would be good too, for SEO purposes.

Ruth asks…

Niche and Clique: How do you pronounce the 2 words?

Niche: I’ve heard both pronounced as “nich” and “neesh”, but I’m curious as to how others on Y! Answers say it.
Clique: I know you can say it like “klik” or “kleek”, but I also want to know how others say it.
Thanks!

New Niche Finder answers:

I say it like neesh and klik. You can say it either way though. It doesn’t matter how you say it, both are acceptable.

Mandy asks…

What resources (books, websites, programs, etc.) are great for starting a quick niche type internet business?

What resources (books, websites, programs, etc.) are great for starting a quick niche type internet business?
I’m looking to get out of my lame 50 hour a week job. I don’t have a lot of money but I feel I have enough to start something but need a hand finding the right direction!

New Niche Finder answers:

ANYTHING can be successfully done…the bottom line is being able to market and sell it. You can use Click Bank to sell other company’s products or create something of your own or provide a service; whatever you think you’d be good at. As long as you know how to get in front of people to sell to them you will be OK. On a more specific note, a great combination is to sell a service or product and give away free eBooks as a way to drive traffic and interest. I hope that helps a little, good luck.

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