Want to create a great home business in less than half an hour? You can, when you use your Web writing skills. I’ll show you how.
Here are four simple steps.
1. Choose a Profitable Niche for Your Site
In marketing terms, a “niche” is a narrow market segment: people who are interested in a specific topic, and will spend money on their interest.
This is vital, so I’ll repeat it… The people in your niche must be online, and they must be willing to spend money. To check whether your niche audience is online, do a search for forums related to the topic. Forums show that your audience is online, and they’re interacting.
If the forum has advertising, this is a sign that your niche is profitable.
Focus your niche as narrowly as you can. For example, “weight loss” is certainly a niche in the health arena, but it’s much too broad.
2. Buy a Domain Name
Your next step is to buy a domain name. Include a keyword in your domain name. In profitable areas, it’s a challenge to find a keyword-rich domain, but sometimes you can get lucky. Do the best you can.
A great domain name will increase the value of your site, and if you manage to get one with keywords, you may get type-in traffic, which is free, forever.
Research keywords can take a little time, but remember our aim is to set up your business in 30 minutes or less, so don’t get too selective, just choose.
3. Install WordPress
You’ve got a domain. Install it on your host of choice, and install WordPress. Whether you install WordPress directly onto the root of the domain, or into a “blog” sub-domain is your decision.
I usually install WordPress directly into the root of the domain when I’m creating a niche blog.
So there you have it: you’ve set up your own home business in less than half an hour. Remember to choose a profitable niche, and start blogging. Hundreds of thousands of bloggers have turned their blog into a business, and you can too.
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