PPP 001: The Different Niche Site Models and an Introduction To The Passive Profits Podcast

This is the first episode of the passive profits podcast.

In this episode, I talk about the different niche site models, as well as a few “big picture” concepts that will really help you in your business.

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20 Comments

  • symphonix@gmail.com

    Reply Reply October 1, 2011

    Hey Nick,

    This gonna be on iTunes?

    • Nate

      Reply Reply October 1, 2011

      Yeah this podcast is listed in iTunes, but this episode isn’t yet… I think iTunes scans once a day for new mp3 files, so it should be on there tomorrow. When it is, I’ll have a link to subscribe to it.

  • Aaron

    Reply Reply October 1, 2011

    Great job nate i enjoyed it. I am currently just starting out building adsense sites my self and i have 6 new sites that are just getting the links built on them so it will be another month before i solid results but im confident i have process down. I also just started building a test clickbank site for a product that will get me like 30 bux a sale and i plan to target so low hanging fruit keywords so im pumped about that too. Keep those podcasts comin. Ive learned so much from you and trent honing these new skills.

    • Nate

      Reply Reply October 1, 2011

      Thanks Aaron-
      Yeah niche sites are the way to go in my opinion- and you can make any method work whether it’s adsense, affiliate, or selling your own products. Thanks for reading/listening, and I’ve got a few great interviews in the pipeline.

  • j_rogers927@hotmail.com

    Reply Reply October 1, 2011

    Nate,

    Great information. I think it’s very inspiring to know that there is more than just a single model to make your website(s) work. It’s also really helpful that you explain things in a very easy-to-understand manner. Really looking forward to your future podcasts.

    • Nate

      Reply Reply October 2, 2011

      Thanks Jay- Yeah in fact I have completely changed monetization models for a site because one wasn’t working- if you have traffic there’s almost always a way to monetize it.

  • Mary Chicoine

    Reply Reply October 2, 2011

    Hi Nate – listened to the podcast and I wish I had heard something like this when I first started. It’s only as I’ve reached a certain level of understanding IM that I realized “one thing at a time” was the way to go.

    Regarding KW research – it is the most important and the HARDEST! I had Market Samurai for the trial period but was much too new to really understand it. I’m going back and forth about purchasing it right now, so I’m using google keyword tool in the interim. I’m finally going to try a BTF style site the domain and KW have to be just right.

    Good luck with the podcasts – I’ll certainly be interested in them. Regards,

    • Nate

      Reply Reply October 2, 2011

      Market Samurai is primarily a huge time saver. What it does can be done manually with google’s keyword tool, it just takes a lot more time. The only module that you can’t get anywhere free is the SEO competition module- it’s really useful but not 100% necessary if you’re just choosing the keywords for your first site.

      • Aaron

        Reply Reply October 3, 2011

        So Nate I read on one of your other posts your recomment having a site with 10-30 articles on it as opposed to one with just 5? So I take it you are more into having a 12-20 or so good revenue sites as opposed to 100 to 200 sites all over the place making only $30/month?

        • Nate

          Reply Reply October 4, 2011

          Aaron- Yeah bigger sites are definitely better in my opinion. I try to make all of my sites at least 10 pages, but usually 20-30 pages.

  • Trent Dyrsmid

    Reply Reply October 5, 2011

    Hey Nate,

    Congrats on getting your first podcast out the door. Loved the intro! Did you get it from Fiverr?

  • Harlan Yee

    Reply Reply October 5, 2011

    Hi Nate,

    Great podcast. I first heard about you after your interview with Trent Dyrsmid a couple of weeks ago and have subsequently purchased your Niche Video Tycoon course. I’m now starting 3 websites based on your training and look forward to seeing how it’ll go. I may have some questions for you later in the process.

    Glad you started a podcast… Looks like another one that’ll make my commute a learning experience instead of wasted time.

    • Nate

      Reply Reply October 7, 2011

      Whats up Harlan,

      I think you’ll really like selling your own info products- and yeah just post any questions you come up with in the forum.

      • Harlan Yee

        Reply Reply October 7, 2011

        Thanks Nate! Video courses will be a snap for me since I work in broadcast production and advertising for a living. You’ve helped lead me further away from freelance video production where I only get paid for working on a particular project.

        By the way, I had bought your WSO (ebook) so I assume I will not be able to access the members forum?

        • Nate

          Reply Reply October 14, 2011

          Harlan,

          Yeah video courses are a great way for someone to create their own product. And yes, the forum is inside the full video course.

  • Aaron

    Reply Reply October 5, 2011

    Hey Nate got another question, I have yet to use UAW myself but I use a FIVERR gig for it pretty often. I can see it working since Im constantly getting pingback notifications to my blogs. My question is how long does it normally take for Google to register those backlinks to your site? It looks like indexing 2.0 links linking to your site or linking to your site from another doesnt take long at all but updating your SERPS to reflect those new links is what takes awhile.

  • Grant

    Reply Reply November 3, 2011

    Way to go Nate, your podcast is a good reminder for me about the available options anyone can take when it comes to an online business. Regards…Grant

    • Nate

      Reply Reply November 3, 2011

      Thanks Grant

  • vpidkowich@gmail.com

    Reply Reply February 4, 2012

    Nate, you said you still have/do affiliate niche sites, adsense niche sites and video product niche sites. But have you focussed on one now? Or do you do one adsense for a month then go to affiliate offers for a month then go to video products? Or do you just build sites then decide later what the best monetization method is? I know in your podcast with Trent Dysmid you said you monetize them through affiliates and adsense and then the ones that are doing really well are the ones you will step in and create a video course for. Is that still what you do?

    This podcast really rang true for me, I feel like my focus has been divided between these 3 types of sites. Your advice is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you Nate!

    • Nate

      Reply Reply February 6, 2012

      Basically I just get different ideas for keywords/topics all the time and when I do the keyword research I’ll just kind of decide what would fit the content best as far as Amazon or Adsense. Then, like you mentioned- I’ll go back to the best ones and create my own product for it.

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