Micro Niche Finder Experiment

Why I purchased Micro Niche Finder

If you’ve read some of my posts here, you must have noticed me talking about my ‘other site‘, or my ‘business site’. I also elaborated about the seo procedures I undertook to get it to its number 2 position in the Google SERP. And I have also boasted about the ‘first $100‘ I earned online courtesy of the business site. It was also this ‘business site’ that got me excited about my first experience of having a site get its PR2 within its first 3 months.

Through the generosity of a friend, I got a keyphrase that initiated the creation of my ‘business site’. It was my friend’s Micro Niche Finder that gave me my first ‘first hand experience’ in earning online. In gratitude to my friend and Micro Niche Finder, and in anticipation of further finding possible opportunities of this kind, I alloted my very first online earnings to the purchase of my own copy of Micro Niche Finder.

As a complete beginner in blogging and website management, I am naturally wary of spending my hard-earned bucks in software that promises to make online earning easy. And there are many such applications/software out there. But had I known about the versatility of Micro Niche Finder the moment I started blogging, I would have bought a copy then, and I wouldn’t have wasted 5 months blundering in the the dark. Yes, hindsight is 20/20.

The Micro Niche Finder Experiment

This has been undertaken and proven by others long ago. Well, it won’t hurt to find it out myself. I am embarking on an experiment with the Micro Niche Finder tool. I am creating another blog that would rely on free (unique) traffic and see how it fares. Free traffic, not on repeat visitors, or visitor loyalty. Managing repeat visitor loyalty is a bit too heavy a responsibility for me in that I could not keep up with the demand to produce 1 to 3 posts per day just to keep them coming back. I just don’t have that time and talent. They say I need to build a list. Someday maybe, but since I’m not there yet, I am initiating this experiment. A lot of blogs are already doing this. Now that I have Micro Niche Finder*, I feel I have what it takes to go that way. No, I’m not using this blog, moralde.com, for the experiment as I consider this a personal blog that I prefer to be free from the limitations of SEO rules.

I’ll be reporting on the progress of this experiment from time to time.

*Micro Niche Finder has improved and added a new feature in its arsenal of data collection. The MOB feature has added even more power and support to its SOC data.


    1. Ha ha… Please don’t as I am not sure how long you’re gonna have to hold your breath for this. 🙂

    1. I got a feeling it will deliver. I hope my ‘feeling’ is right though. That’s why I’m undertaking this experiment. 🙂

    1. Err, I haven’t given that blog the right amount of time because I built another one which took much of my time. I also built some other sites based on my business plan. The MNF experiment actually worked in the blogs/sites I applied the concepts on. I’ll be giving the original blog (that I started this experiment with) another go soon as time permits.

      BTW, MNF at this moment does not seem to work right. I hope things will go back to normal soon. But, should MNF fail to work again, I’ve no regrets because it has returned my investment many-fold with the sites I’ve put up.

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