It always amazes me how fast these new micro niche sites get ranked. This blog didn’t have any content on it and still was ranked #9 in Google after just a few hours of “going live”.
Of course – I’m targeting little micro-niche keywords for these niche sights which means they are easier to get listed higher in Google without much work. The key is to see what it takes to get to #1 for the main keyword.
Goal #1 – Get a micro-niche site ranked #1 in Google
I’ve been ranked #4 and 5 for a micro niche site Indiana Jones Bedding – for a few weeks. One of my goals in the Tiffany Dow Productivity Challenge was to get it to #1.
Today – I set up a few more back linking strategies for this site… and will work on something “new” everyday until I find something that breaks the #3 rank.
I’m competing with myself for that #3 spot… I’ve had an Indiana Jones article on this blog for several years and it out ranks my new site for every related keyword.
I’ve sold 21 items from this site new site already this month… all related to Indiana Jones of course. Not bad for a site that’s only been “live” for 27 days.
Goal #2 – Start New “Related” micro-niche site and get it to #1 in Google
I did get this new blog started and ranked #9 in Google.
You can see that it’s a related site – (part of the Info Product Killer Strategy) to the Indiana Jones Bedding site – Toy Story Bedroom
The site isn’t “done” yet… I’ve had company today and I just couldn’t get it all done. Tomorrow I’ll get the rest of the affiliate images and articles on the blog. And then… I’ll do all the linking strategies I’m learning in Bring The Fresh.
I set this blog up following the Bring The Fresh model instead of the IPK model… It’s hard to stop trying to add in the IPK “stuff”. I’m trying not to combine the two with this test blog.