Niche Blogging

Niche Blogging

© Teri Champigny, All Rights Reserved.

While many thought blogging was a passing fad, it appears that it is a practice that is here to stay – and marketers are definitely profiting from their blogging efforts. Blogs are especially attractive to niche marketers, for a variety of reasons.

First, installing and operating a blog is very simple. There is no need to learn HTML, and you can have a blog set up and operating in a matter of minutes. For popular blog software, such as Word Press, there are numerous templates available all over the Internet to help you make your blog attractive.

You can blog even if you don’t have your own website, by using a hosted blog such as that found at Blogger. However, you should ideally set your blog up on its own domain, with a professional domain name and webhosting.

Blogs are also used for search engine optimization purposes. When you add a blog post to your blog, simply include the URL of your main website that your blog pertains to. This adds inbound links for your website, and helps to boost your rankings in the search engines.

The important thing about niche blogging is that you provide content that is of interest to your niche – not to the industry that your niche is in. You must stay tightly focused on your niches concerns, problems, and desires and ignore the rest of the market as a whole. You can’t please the entire market, and that isn’t what you are trying to accomplish anyway.

It is also important that you blog daily, or several times per week at the very least. Don’t worry about how many people are reading your blog. The more you update it, the more popular it will become in the blog directories and search engines. Over time, you will build a good readership, and you will make sales. It is important to ping your blog after each post. This can be done, free of charge, at Pingoat which is at Be sure, too, to list your blog at  and go back to ping each time you make a post.

To Your Niche Marketing Success…

Teri Champigny,
The Champigny Web

Teri Champigny is known world-wide as a niche marketer, niche blogger, super-affiliate and professional photographer who runs such niche sites as Teri’s Dogs and the Puppy Blog. You can download Teri Champigny’s new e-book Finding Profitable Niches for free from the Start The Year Right Giveaway.

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Why Sell PLR Rights?

Why People Sell Private Label Rights

© 2007 Doug Champigny. All Rights Reserved.

If the product is so good, why is the creator allowing other people to sell it as their own – and even to change it anyway that they want to? That’s exactly what happens when it comes to PLR products. Someone creates a product, then allows other people to purchase it with Private Label Rights – meaning that they can change the product anyway that they want to, and even put their own name on it.

The truth is that many PLR products aren’t worth the money. It seems that one PLR product creator will create the product and make it available to too many people. This doesn’t mean that using PLR products to build or enhance a business doesn’t work; it just means that you need to choose your PLR products with care.

But, why does the creator sell the Private Label Rights anyway?

The fact of the matter is, it is very cheap to have good products created – but promoting those products can be expensive. For this reason, the creator doesn’t try to promote the product to a consumer niche. They instead market it to the Internet Marketing Niche, allowing Internet Marketers to buy and use the product as their own.

The creator of the product makes a great deal of money doing this. Furthermore, many creators take work that they created and sold in the past, freshen it up, and sell that as a PLR product. These are typically products that they’ve already earned their money out of, and now they are just stretching those earnings even further.

Some creators start PLR membership websites, from which they earn a fortune. They either create products or have them created, and charge members a monthly fee to access them. These types of membership websites are becoming more popular, and there is a great deal of money to be made in this niche.

As you can see, there’s plenty of people making money online with Private Label Rights – either by creating products and selling them with Private Label Rights, or by buying PLR products and turning them into their own unique products. Don’t miss out on this powerful and lucrative part of the Internet marketing and niche marketing arenas – or add your affiliate links to related products and services and use PLR articles and e-books to build your affiliate marketing business.

Doug Champigny is a popular Internet marketer, super-affiliate, blogger, e-zine publisher, mentor and speaker – and a noted PLR expert, in thanks partly to his PLR Tutorial Videos and his How To Become A PLR PRO! e-book. If you want yet more information on Private Label Rights, visit Doug Champigny’s Becoming A PLR Pro Blog.


Monetizing Your Writing Skills On The Internet

Monetizing Your Writing Skills On The Internet

©2007 Khai, All rights reserved.

If you have a flair for writing and you want to make tons of money online, then you have a match made in Heaven!

Writers are considered to be a great asset. The Chinese have a saying called the “Iron Rice Bowl” which is used to refer to an occupation with a guaranteed job security and a good income.

Once you learn to monetize your writing skills, you can definitely guarantee yourself a “Rice Bowl” made of granite!

There are many areas that you can apply with your writing skills.

(1) Article marketing – just write one good article and have them submitted to a couple of article directories (e.g. E-zine Articles). It will give you a boost in search engine ranking and most important of all, tons of targeted traffic!

(2) E-product creation – there are thousands of E-books sold on the Internet on a daily basis. When you take a closer look at the info product creation market, you will find an inexhaustible demand for quality E-books and unique content.

(3) Blog marketing – writing professionally written blog posts and profiles is a market in itself. There is a growing need for personal and corporate blogs, and there are many out there who can’t write their way out of a grade school English test. Combined with blog template setup and header/banner creation, you have a huge market waiting for you.

(4) Copywriting – salesmanship in print! Having sales skills combined with good writing is an unstoppable synergy. And bear in mind, copywriting isn’t just about writing sales letters. The direct marketing industry is your goldmine.

(5) Viral marketing – This is similar to article marketing except that unlike articles, E-books or special reports created with master resell rights or private label rights will easily spread like wild-fire. Who needs search engines when your book and solo ads are read by hundreds of people each day?

These are just some examples. You just need to market yourself as a brand and familiarize yourself with the industry. After all, any good marketer knows that having writers in your team is a great asset to their business.

Good writers are hard to find. Finding great writers who are willing to ghostwrite for you without taking the credit is even harder.

Article ©2007 Khai, all rights reserved. Khai is a product creation expert, copywriter and E-consultant. He has created HUNDREDS of E-products online within a span of 10 short months and has a strong passion for writing. For a dose of his writings & newsletter, check out his blog at

Simple AdSense Blogs

© Doug Champigny. All Rights Reserved.

A blog is a web page arranged chronologically with short regularly updated posts. The content can be about anything. It can be about a person, idea, ads, diaries, updates or even news about other companies. They are also a way for people to communicate besides email. Blogs can concentrate on one subject or they can be about several different things. AdSense blogs are the same by definition, but they usually have Google AdSense ads posted on them that usually have something to do with the content of your blog.

There are a few basic blogging tips you should be aware of, especially if you’re a newbie. The first is to post on a regular basis so your blog is always fresh and new when it is visited. Second, do not talk about too many different topics, people will quickly lose interest. Third, you should think about blogging on a very clean and simple topic, as questionable topics are generally banned by Google.

Some bloggers have recently come to think that AdSense can help their blogs become a money bank. While blogs are very popular, merely having a blog doesn’t guarantee you success. You’ll need to have a fresh topic, regular, quality posts, and of course, traffic.

There are several great marketing tools for AdSense blogs such as getting other people to link to your blog and the content in your blog, or in a sidebar show a blogroll (list) of other valuable websites that will link directly to yours these usually have related interests to your topic. There are some people who will say that AdSense blogs are great money makers and some that will disagree. I think it all has to do with the content in the blog and what type of advertisements it contains. If people visit your blog and right away it looks unappealing they are not going to spend much time in it or move to anything else that it is connected to.

Like with any other form of blogging, professional bloggers know the secret to a successful blog is to post high-quality content at regular intervals, content that people will enjoy and benefit from reading. With blogs being so easy to set up these days, a number of quality AdSense blogs can easily be managed by one person, especially if that person is a well-organized self-starter. Start boosting your income with simple AdSense blogs today!

Doug Champigny is a professional blogger authoring a number of blogs including his flagship blog, Internet Marketing with Doug Champigny. For all the tools and information you need to become a professional blogger quickly, download the Secrets Of The Super Bloggers Toolkit.

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