Wed Dec 28, 2016 4:37 pm
I'm the new moderator for the BrainstormIt! Forum. I look forward to keeping track of this forum and getting to know new members.
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I have two websites and am a homeschooling Mom and my time is very busy; so I really understand that you might need a quick answer at an odd time. I enjoy reading these SBI's forums and look forward to helping you.
Best Advice to New SBIers:
Do be sure to watch the whole Action Guide once through, then open a second window and "do" the AG:
The following notes might be of excellent help to you when you are brainstorming. They will be some of the notes and links to which I refer myself:
1. The best places to look for information are in the Action Guide entries using Ctrl F for the term brainstorm on the main Action Guide page:
2. In this section of the TNT HQ: http://sbitips.sitesell.com/#BRAIN
3. And Maria's answer here: https://forums.sitesell.com/viewtopic.php?f=82&t=187195#p1103683 With further clarifications in the same thread.
And here is the Day 2 "sweet spot" for determining a Site Concept Keyword:
Day 2 > Evaluate Keywords (9:39) 10/16
Demand > 2,000 (preferably >3,000)
2+ Keywords with Demand > 1,000
10+ Keywords With Demand > 100
Supply < 200,000 (sweet spot 20,000 to 60,000)
4. Also here's a super helpful recording of a webinar that takes about an hour to watch. Sitesell Pro Terri does a very good job of showing how to fill in the blanks for your blueprint:
Terri David Webinar - Keywords, Topics, Blueprint
5. A note from Cheryl that takes you right to the TNT HQ articles with lots of brainstorming ideas:
[quoteIf you haven't checked out the articles related to Brainstorming and Finding your Niche
in the Tips and Techniques HQ!, I would recommend doing so. It may help you refine
your searches to find a narrower niche or give you some good ideas...
Here's a good one to start with...
Find the Right Spot on the Narrow-to-Broad Spectrum][/quote]
Debs, Dee and others have also added great notes in that thread.
It's great to be able to "pay it forward". Have a great day!