I want to know how to build a micro niche website, and I expect you do too. So I am documenting my process of trying to rank in Google for a mini niche website. At this stage, I cannot say for certain whether or not this will succeed, but I think it will.
In case you missed the first two episodes of this series, in Part 1 I did some niche research, keyword research, and then bought some domains. In Part 2, I answered some questions that emerged after Part 1, explained my website structure, showed the content I had written so far, and looked at how the website is ranking so far.
Now in Part 3, I go through the process of setting up Google Analytics, adding my site to Google Search Console, explain how I format the images for my content, and answer a bunch of other questions. Click the image below to take a look:
To be honest, it will be really interesting to see where this all goes. In fact, I’m pretty excited about it all. Even if it fails, it will be the best learning experience. What better way to find out what works than to try something out and see what happens? And by documenting it along the way, others can benefit from the experience too.
But there is a good chance it will succeed in some way. It’s quite possible it could earn me some good money, or at least some money. And then I can go on to create other similar mini niche websites.
Want to know to build a micro niche website? Stick around and see what happens…