In his post I am going to give you a few examples of micro niche sites. They are specific and targeted towards a micro-topic or keyword. These websites do not necessarily get a lot of traffic but they tend to make more money from less traffic. One reason for the same is, you get quality targeted traffic, and they convert better than untargeted traffic.
DomainFlippingGuide.org ranks on the first page for this keyword. The site actually has a decent traffic potential.
The entire site consists of one single page, plus the basic pages like Aubout Us, Contact Us.
Here are the SERP results:
The website SSL for Free has only one function: To generate an SSL certificate.
Yes, this site could be considered a micro niche site.
If you look at my income report, you will see that the entire blog is built around the Thrive Themes and ClickFunnels affiliate programs.
This may be surprising to you, but there are many popular sites that you wouldn’t think of as a micro niche site, but if you look at the narrowness of their subject, they are built on the same principle.
NameSilo.com – The only thing they focus on is domains. How micro is that? Their entire knowledge base is on that subject. The same applies to other domain registrars.
ExpiredDomains.net – They only do one thing – list expired domains and they get commissions if someone clicks on a link and registers/buys a domain.
Flippa.com – They buy & sell domains
EstiBot.com – They estimate domain value.
The difference between these popular sites and the sites in the previous section is just one thing: These sites have a crapload of backlinks and therefore they have become popular brands and attract a lot more traffic.
However in reality there isn’t any other difference.
When you start a new micro niche site, you start out in the first category and your goal is to end up in the second one.