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Building Niche Websites with WordPress: Free eBook

Posted on January 21, 2008 by Tim Schroeder

In the past I’ve had some really good success building niche product blogs using WordPress. In a previous post I talked about How I Make Money Blogging. I recently sold my personal finance blog for $12,000. I also plan to start a new niche blog about “saving money” later this year but most of my other blog projects have been put on hold.

The nice thing about building niche product blogs is that total RSS count does not really matter. It’s about building several blogs around small micro-niches and using search engine optimization and some PPC to drive traffic. It’s not your traditional blog that need frequent updating. The only time you would update it is to add a new product review or make some SEO updates etc…

Speaking of Building Niche Websites with WordPress, Caroline Middlebrook contacted me today to let me know that she is offering a new eBook on building niche website with WordPress and it’s 100% free. The eBook download page is here. I have not had time to read her new ebook myself yet but the reviews are positive and I have no doubt that it’s a great read.

Thanks Caroline.

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10 Responses to “Building Niche Websites with WordPress: Free eBook”

  1. James Mann

    - 22nd Jan, 08 04:01pm

    I have intended to download Caroline’s eBook but things tend to get in the way some times. I have just downloaded it and actually opened it so I will read it now before I close it and move on to something else.

    All my blogs are basically blogs without static pages. I have a couple where I have the main page static because I also want to implement BANS (Build A Niche Store) into my sites.

    Hopefully Caroline’s eBook will help do that correctly.

  2. Daniel

    - 24th Jan, 08 04:01am

    thanx for ur article. i found caroline’s eBook very interesting.

  3. Hrvoje Livnjak

    - 25th Jan, 08 12:01am

    Well Tim, what to say :-).

    I need to start my freakin blog. Have so much work with building sites for others that I can’t really start some of my own stuff that I plan for so long.

    But enough of rant by me :-). I’ll start it soon. And to not go off topic downloaded the book. Started reading… well that’s a freakin start. hehe.

    Hrvoje Livnjak

  4. optimisation

    - 27th Jan, 08 05:01am

    Thanks for the hook up – this is something I have been putting off researching, now i have now excuses! Cheers for this post Tim 🙂
    Aidan

  5. Collin - Feed Flare

    - 27th Jan, 08 07:01pm

    I willdownload that book right away, thanks for the tip. I would love your views on my new blog.
    Please feel free to visit it @ http://www.feedflare.ca and see what you think. Also if you are interested view our popular feeds page as we would love to add you to our sites widget.

  6. PDF Mania

    - 1st Mar, 08 06:03pm

    Hei, another useful ebook… I plan to build a niche website using WP but still wondering how all things should work on the best path i should follow.. I take a look on the content overview and it seems simple to understand eventhough I believe hard works still need to be accomplished for best results… Thanks for sharing. GBU

  7. PDF Mania

    - 1st Mar, 08 06:03pm

    I appreciate the ebook and off course this article sharing more useful knowledge. I plan to use wp to make a niche website but still wondering how should it works. I read the overview and I’m happy the ebook cover guidance to some important points. I believe there are still more things to do for best results. Cheerss.. Good job and success always.

  8. Make Friends, Earn Money

    - 25th May, 08 06:05pm

    This is a brilliant book have downlaoded it and used it, very simple to and easy to understand

  9. e file

    - 25th Dec, 08 04:12pm

    The nice thing about building niche product blogs is that total RSS count does not really matter. It’s about building several blogs around small micro-niches and using search engine optimization and some PPC to drive traffic. It’s not your traditional blog that need frequent updating. The only time you would update it is to add a new product review or make some SEO updates etc

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