These 10 Question Will Help You Understand Your Niche During Link Building

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LINK BUILDING: Have you stayed without understanding the exact thing to do? Have you ever done something without having specific people pay attention?

What happens when you keep asking if you know what you are doing?

This article is going to give you ten questions for you to ask and answer in order to know your niche.

1-Knowing your onion, I mean your niche, is very sacrosanct, it helps you stay positives and innovative, knowing that people with the problem you heal will come looking for you.

Understanding your niche is what keeps you grounded, turning your state of chaos into a state of well-being.

In fact, a better understanding of what you want to sell matters a lot.

2_WHAT IS YOUR TARGET DEMOGRAPHICS?

Other alternatives band Google Analytics has information about who’s coming to you already.

You need to understand your Audience demographic, it helps you understand how to meet them and how to get them.

Do research on how to know more about your audience, RESEARCH IS KEY! Knowing how young and how old they are.

2_WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNITIES DO MY TARGET AUDIENCE FLOCK TO USUALLY?

According to pew research, here are a few characteristics,

1_69% of adults in the U.S. use Facebook.

2_28% use Pinterest.

3_37% use Instagram.

4_27% use LinkedIn.

5_22% use Twitter.

6_24% use Snapchat.

7_73% use YouTube

8_20% use WhatsApp.

9_11% use Reddit.

Other statistics bring down things further,

79% of adults aged 18_29 use Facebook while only 28% use LinkedIn. And 67% use Instagram.

46% of adults 65 and older use Facebook but only 8% use Instagram.

There are more of these to elaborate on.

3_WHAT LANGUAGES Do MY TARGET AUDIENCE SPEAK.

What do I mean? I don’t mean English or Spanish or German.

All you need to do is get a huge list of industry keywords and rank them in order of importance to you, as a marketer.

You will rank them according to search volume to find the intersection.

4_WHAT ARE THE MAIN TERMS THAT MY CLIENT/SITE OWNER WANTS TO RANK FOR?

These are not always the same as the ones indicated by search volume research.

Some may even match up and those are the sweet spots, but you may find yourself arguing with a client that marketing the phrase trendy plus size clothing is a better idea than marketing size clothes.

5_WHAT ARE MY BEST PIECE OF CONTENT?

The Best content is not always the most popular, this is something you learned in high school.

A list of what you and the client both think are your best pages and grab some analytics data while you are at it so that you do get the current popular pages.

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6_WHAT DO I HAVE TO OFFER MY AUDIENCE?

Your audience matters a lot, if you want to figure it out, you can better determine other interests of your Audience.

If you have the lowest prices, the fastest shipping, the cheapest shipping costs, daily emailed deals on baby products, signed copies of Henry Rollins photos from his Black Flag Days, etc.

7_WHO WOULD BE THE LEAST LIKELY LINKING PARTNERS?

If you have sites geared towards octogenarians, they are not your best bets for getting a link to a site selling punk Rock clothing.

I have also avoided the usual sites that are obviously selling links, have huge amounts of site-wide links, haven’t been crawled in ages, and sport lovely spammy hidden text in their footers.

No one ever wants to get entangled with a bad link, no! Nobody wants it.

8_WHAT NEIGHBORHOODS SHOULD I AVOID?

What site or place will you visit or leverage to drive traffic? You don’t need to be in a site that gets to suck.

If you are unable to approach people and ask for a link, why bother getting it on a site that no one is your demographic would trust.

Traffic and Trust are a keyword to a marketing campaign.

Good traffic usually drives traffic.

9_WHAT TACTICS SHOULD I AVOID?

Strategies and tactics are hard to get, but if you find the right one, just know that it is worth it.

Use a tactical way to get your audience, let’s say, placing financial demands to get their attention.

There are certain niches that we just approach with a very “this is what we want, can you do it?” mentality, and there are others that we approach with a “let’s get into personal stuff and maybe talk for ages.”

10_WHAT ARE YOUR INDUSTRY COMPETITORS DOING?

Before continuing, you need to take a pause and look at what your industry experts are doing. It can be bricks and mortar competitors or online ones.

What are the sites that rank what you’ve been ranking?

You need to get accurate and ideas from them to run your own site or to know and understand your niche.

Understanding your niche is what you want to do, matters a lot

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