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17 Mar 12 4:06 pm
One thing that you have to keep in mind is that although you are doing a lot of reviews, people won't trust your reviews if you don't show them that you are an authority on your topic first. Google has even stated they don't like thin review sites very much (all product reviews, no real value)
You have to build trust and create some value with people. Show them that you know what you are talking about and engage people, especially in the tech industry. This is a really competitive niche.
This is what your articles are for. They are your way of engaging people in the niche and building the trust needed to produce the sales.
I also notice you don't have an email capture form anywhere that I can see. That's bad. the Tech niche is huge and if you want to succeed, you should have some way to get people to subscribe to your list.
Also, you want to start getting your name known within the niche. One of the best ways to do that is through guest posting. There are TONS of tech related blogs out there, but none of them will give you the opportunity to share your knowledge with their readers if all you have on your site are product reviews and a few thin news articles.
Look at some of the popular tech news sites. Mashable and TechCrunch are the leaders in this niche. watch what they are doing, and copy them.
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