Micro Niche Finder V4

By Mark / October 23, 2008

It’s no secret that I very rarely use this blog to promote anything and if I do I can guarantee it’s worth you considering it.

It’s also no secret that one of the keys to my success over the past year is Micro Niche Finder. It has allowed me to target niches with very little competition and lots of searches. Adsense income alone from sites I’ve biult around niches and keywords I’ve found in the past 6 months was $500 last month and affiliate commission was similar.  Not bad for a $67 product.  However that price is about to change.

Version 4 of micro niche finder was released this week and it’s had major improvements. Gone are the wordtracker stats and they have been replaced with Stats from Google.  The immediate impact from this was that by rerunning some old searches double the number of results were returned .

Other changes Include the Strength of competition indicator being moved and replacing it on the main dashboard is a Commercial intent indicator, basically an indication of the likely hood of someone buying who uses that search phrase.

Within 2 minutes of the upgrade i had found a search term for a Nintendo Wii that had almost 1000 searches a month and only 47 competing pages with a comercial intent indicator of 89% not bad for a first attempt.

Unfortunatly with the improvements the price is due to go up so if you have been thinking of buying Micro Niche Finder now is the time to buy it. James Jones the creator has added more videos that show you just how powerful MNF can be.

http://income-academy.com/recommends/mnf

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Niccolo Svengali

I went to that site. It’s just a sales page. Not very encouraging.

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Mark

Niccolo,

yes it is a sales page, sorry I thought I made it clear. The latest version of the software is out and the price is going up. Plus it’s very good software. The videos are well worth watching if you haven’t seen them.

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Henry Kunz

Mark, I find your reference to the varying search results between Google and Wordtracker interesting. Do you know the reason for the discrepency? E.g. when I do a search in Google for “spyware detection sopftware”, I get 15,500 results whilst Adwords Keyword Tool returns 2,400 and Wordtracker returns 0!

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Mark

Henry,

The results from google are competing pages not searches. Make sure that you are searching using the same type of search either Broad or Exact

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