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Niche Marketing - Three Successful Business Models
By: André Anthony
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    Niche Marketing - Three Successful Business Models - On the downside...

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    On the downside this can be quite an expensive model as each niche you target will require a domain name and hosting for each website unless you have a hosting package which allows you multiple domains on the same account.

    Niche Business Model Two - The Network

    This model is similar to the one we covered above, but in this case you have a series of mini-sites all focusing on a main niche theme. Each mini-site is targeted at a different sub-niche within the main theme and each site is linked to the others to produce a network. If this sounds a little complicated, don't worry, it's not. Here's how it works :

    ==> Choose a main theme - for example Yoga.

    ==> Select a series of sub niches and build a mini-site for each. This could be:

    - mini-site A - Yoga for beginners

    - mini-site B - Hatha Yoga

    - mini-site C - Yoga mats

    ==> Link all the mini-sites to each other i.e. mini-site A to B and C, mini-site B to A and C etc.

    ==> Drive targeted traffic to the sites.

    ==> Keep adding more sub-niche mini-sites and linking.

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