Finding a niche NO other BANS user has targeted

This is very simple, but not 100% foolproof.

As many of you know the BANS sites have some what of a footprint.

“Powered by Build A Niche Store”

If you search for that term in your favorite search engine you will see thousands of BANS powered sites.

Finding a niche that no other BANS user has discovered isn’t going to be easy with the popularity of BANS.

You can however increase your chances of not duplicating another BANS user if you are looking to be truly unique.

Just put your niche in the search query along with “Powered by Build A Niche Store” in quotes. This will turn up any website that has the powered by logo turned on and related to the niche you are searching for.

Remember, this isn’t foolproof because some BANS users choose not to display the powered by logo for this simple reason, they don’t want to be discovered easily by their competitors.

I’ll give you an example …

Do a search for - go kart parts

Now do a search for - go kart parts “Powered by Build A Niche Store” and you will see how many BANS sites have targeted the go kart parts niche.

Happy NICHE hunting…

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Creating Link to Specific Auction in Wordpress

I got away for a couple of days and got to thinking. Dangerous, I know. What I am thinking of doing is driving traffic to my BANS store via a weblog.

The premise is that there is lots of cool stuff for sale on E-Bay. Also, direct links to a site helps google find the site and wordpress has more respect in Google’s eyes than a BANS site.

So I am thinking of having the BANS site and a wordpress blog. Every day I will highlight 1 specific auction in a post. Should take a very short time to do so, copy the pic and add some copy. 5 minutes at the most.

But the money question is, how do I link to a single item through my BANs account or CJ PID?

Even if I have to the individual item I can put boiler plate that sends people to the BANS site. ie If you like this item, please visit our Used Widget Store to find hundreds like it.

So any suggestions would be welcome on how to make this idea work. I truly think the combination of wordpress and BANs is a winning combination from an SEO and synergistic perspective.

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