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Niche Marketing - Three Successful Business Models
By: André Anthony
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    Niche Marketing - Three Successful Business Models

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    So you've decided on a Niche Market, you've researched it, created your product and found there's a potential gold mine in it, now you have to decide how you're going to set your business up.To help you decide here are three successful models to consider.

    Niche Business Model One - The Mini-Site

    This is probably the most common model online based on a single niche product. Here's the process :

    ==> Buy a domain name based on your main keyword/phrase.

    ==> Create and set up a sales page and thank you/download page (mini-site) targeting the niche.

    ==> Drive targeted traffic to the site.

    ==> Once established and producing revenue, find a different niche and repeat the process again and again.

    This model is relatively quick and easy to set up and requires almost zero maintenance once it's up and running. It also provides safety in numbers, because if one of your sites fails you still have income from all the others.

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