So, after a long weekend in Denmark, I’m back to work.
And I havent done enough. Some blog posts and 2 autoresponder messages in one niche and just one in another.
A niche I had planned to go into has already been crowded by other undies, and with just 4000 searches I prefer to leave that alone.
Also with the changes in Google’s strategy the main keyword was going to be too broad, I believe.
So time for a rethink. I have one new niche that I am going to start on. Not a lot of comtetition there, but one info product. We’ll see how it goes.
Started out having contact with 4 other undies, but since I haven’t been around a lot two of them have fallen off (I guess)
Today I’ll try to get hold of them.
The whole underachiever process is fairly straight forward, my main challenge is to find a viable niche. Hope I have gotten it this time.
Almost there. Only two videos and a podcast missing.
And some blogging.
Whys is the blogging so important? Well we are just about to send traffic to our LeadCatcher ™ page, and when the visitors kindly have given their email addresses and are forwarded to the blog, it would be good if they found a blog full of posts.
You only have one chance to make a first impression.
So, tomorrow is massive blogging day. And there’s so much stuff to blog about.
Another reason for the blog attack tomorrow is that I’m going to Denmark for the weekend. So that will again leave a couple of days without posts.
I have now narrowed my effort down to two niches. The thirs niche I had identified has been put on hold, since I have to go to work once in a while.
Last year it was possible to follow what was going on the forum. This year it seems that Ed and Frank are continuing to load cool stuff to do, so all time is spent on implementing that.
Keep it coming guys.
Just time for the last videos and then off to bed.
The first 3-4 days of the challenge is exactly that, a challenge.
After that it will calm down a bit, important is just to stick with it.
In day one we learn how to get loads of ideas, and try not to filter
any of them. This is the MOST important day and last year I spent
like 7 days before I had found viable ideas.
Better to spend extra time here, you will catch up.
When you have 30-100 ideas like …
golf training for kids
diet for dogs
etc etc etc
at that point you start going through the process of finding
the best niche.
If you are really pressed for time and can’t sit in front of the computer
all day another place to look for ideas is the library/bookstore.
What books are selling best, what magazines are there for sale.
Maybe a book about makeup or cross stitching.
Or there could be a program about growing banana palms in your
Right now we are only after the ideas.
Hope it helps
This year’s idea gathering seems to be easier,
probably because this tima I’m actually doing
what Ed teaches.
There’s a great video on Jason Moffatt’s blog as well,
if you havent seen it yet zoom over there and check
Another place to get ideas is trendhunter.com,
just check out the link for a cool idea.
I’m sure Ed will appreciate that.
Today I’ll reduce the number of ideas to 7, and then wait
for Ed’s next podcast.
It is lovely weather in London, so I am not going to hang
in front of the computer much more.
The race is on, tomorrow is the first of July, and the thirty day challenge starts.
What’s the thirty day challenge?
Mainly a free online course on starting your own internet business.
During the month of July several people will share techniques on how to find product ideas, test if they are viable, find potential customers biggest questions, get products made and start to selll them.
The overall goal of the month is to earn … one dollar!
I tried last year, and it actually took me 88 days, so this year I will do it again, and it will be faster!
One thing I will do is update by blog during the month with my results, so stay tuned.