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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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BANS-Wordpress Integration

A few months ago when I first purchased BANS I was asking about a BANS-Wordpress integration so that you could combine the best of both worlds.

I like the easy to use menu structure of the BANS site which allows users to easily find what they want and the search function which allows them to search ebay auctions for what they want.

In Wordpress I like the way a post can easily be set up to add more content to you site and the wealth of Wordpress plug-ins that do a varietly of amazing and helpful things.

When the BANS-Wordpress integration was announce I eagerly installed it but was disappointed in the fact that rather than combining the best of both you were really coring out the innards of a Wordpress site and filling it with BANS so you basically had BANS in a Wordpress shell that no longer had any of the Wordpress benefits.

Has integration gone any further? I notices some people on the forum are marketing an integrated product. Does it combine the power of both platforms? Thanks in advance for your help

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