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Building a Content Rich Website - Part 2
By: Byron Stuart
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    Building a Content Rich Website - Part 2 - An alternative way...

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    An alternative way to research your target market is to try and do a joint venture with someone who already has an established audience in a similar niche/topic. Of course if you do it this way you need to be very careful that you frame it such a way that it is a win-win for you both. Also you need to ensure that you don't give them the opportunity to steal your product idea before you have formally made any binding arrangements. If you are able to negotiate through these initial hurdles then you will have the captive audience that you can ask questions of.

    So once you have clearly identified the target market and established through careful research (not by guesswork) what sort of content they would appreciate you are then ready to go ahead and create that content! This is easy to do even if you're not a writer and will be the subject of my next article.

    About The Author

    Byron Stuart is an internet marketer, author and software developer. To find out how to build content rich profitable websites quickly and easily see

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