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General vs Specific Niches

kripkegirl
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General vs Specific Niches

let's say you choose to go with a rather large niche like dog training... would it be the best choice to take that niche, choose one breed of dog, address all the problems of that breed in your website, and then, once you've set that website up, turn your focus to another breed, address that breed's problems, then move on to another breed, etc, etc, with one web site for each breed and it's problems? seems to me you'd have far more targeted traffic to each website, and that many more opportunities to get people buying through your aff. links.
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michellerana
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It is recommended that you build specific, good quality niche sites than a broad one. A site that is focused on a specific niche will have better chances to rank well

The comments on these threads might be helpful:
Broad Niche or Sub Niche Site/s
How Far Down a Niche Should We Go?
Is it better to build one big website or split the topics?
Is it best to have one content rich website or many?
Using 1 domain for several products, each with a subdomain?
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