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    Forum Marketing-Looking For Problems To Solve

    Looking for Problems to Solve via Forums

    Niche marketing as its best helps to solve real problems that real people live with everyday. If you can come up with a product or service to promote in a niche market that will help people solve their problems then you will have a money making niche market website and can quickly build a long list of potential customers.

    The things that people view as ‘problems’ run the gauntlet of possibilities… everything from a hang nail to a golf swing to a chronic disease are people problems that they are looking for help to solve.

    A good way to find out what people consider a problem is to visit the online forums. People talk about anything and everything online. They discuss subjects that they wouldn’t talk about with their best friends for the simple reason that they can remain anonymous. They look for solutions online for the very same reason. By visiting forums and taking note of what people are most concerned about you can search the Internet for products and services that will help them solve those problems. Gather the information about the topic. Write or have written for you articles about the topic. In this way you can find a topic and build a content-rich website for niche marketing that helps with the problem you have identified and that will serve the needs of people.

    An additional way to use forums to help you build a niche market website is to join a forum, identify the problem being most often discussed, post a question that will produce many responses and use those responses to write an e-book on the topic. The fact is that many people will buy an e-book that is filled with information they could actually gather for themselves. They will also purchase e-books that will tell them what other people with the same problem they have think about or are doing about their common problem.

    How To Create a Blogger Blog

    Beginners Guide to Blogging

    A blog is basically an online journal wherein you can digitally pen down your thoughts, ideas, opinions and practically anything that you want people to read. Blogs come in different styles, formats, and settings, depending on the preference of the user. Many blogging sites, offer built in features such as hyperlink, straight texts, pictures etc. Some blogging sites, even allow you to put video and mp3′s on your blogs.

    Instead of writing texts, some bloggers choose to make their blogs more audio friendly, by using spoken word entries. This is called audio blogging.

    Basically a blog contains these features:

    title- which allows you to label your post
    body- this is the content of your post
    trackback- other sites can be linked back to your blog
    permanent link- every article that you write has a URL
    comments- this allow readers to post comments on your blog.

    One of the advantages of blogging, is that it is made of only a few templates. Unlike, other websites that is made up of numerous individual pages. This make it easier for blog users to create new pages, because it already has a fix setting that include: slots for title, body of the post, category, etc.

    This is especially useful for first time users, since they can start blogging right away. They can chose from a number of templates that blogging websites provide.

    Anyone who wants to start a blog can do so by becoming a member of a blogging website of their choice. Once they’ve become members, they automatically become a part of that particular blogging community. They can browse through other bloggers pages, and link them back to their own blogs. They can also make comments on other members’ blogs.

    Blogging is not just limited to personal usage. There are a lot of blogs that follow a theme such as: sports, politics, philosophy, social commentary, etc. These blogs espouse on their specific themes. This way blogging becomes a medium in which people can share their knowledge and opinions about a variety of themes and topics.

    Some bloggers even use their blogs as a means to advertise. Some authors advertise their books on their blogs. While other bloggers, use their blogs to shed light to currents issues, events, news and catastrophes.

    Nowadays in education, blogs also play an important part. Professors use blogging to document the lessons that they have discussed and taught. This way, students who who have missed classes, can easily catch up with their assignments.

    A lot of entrepreneurs benefit from blogging by promoting their businesses on their blogs, with millions and millions of people logging onto the net everyday, blogging has become a lucrative move. Some bloggers who run online businesses promote their merchandise online. While others profit through advertisement.

    But by far, the most popular blog type is the one that takes the form of a personal journal. This is the kind that is usually used by first time bloggers. Individuals who want to document the daily struggle of their everyday lives, poems, rants, opinions, find that blogging offers them a medium in which to express themselves.

    Bloggers usually communicate within themselves. This is one of the appeals of blogging. It creates a community of people sharing their ideas, thoughts, and comments with each other.

    Blogs varying in topics, themes, and set-ups, can be found in blog directories. First time users who want to get an idea of what the blogging world is all about can browse through a number of blogs using these directories. This way they’d get an idea of what these blogging communities are like.

    Blogging is popular all over the world. Blog is short for the term weblog. There are no rules when it comes to blogging. Bloggers have the freedom to express themselves how ever way they want, and the best thing about blogging, is that most blogging sites are free.

    All You Need To Know About RSS Feeds

    What does RSS mean?

    RSS may mean three different things. The original RSS (RDF Site Summary RSS 0.9) was developed by Dan Libby for Netscape. After a couple of months, they produced a simpler and easier-to-use version called Rich Site Summary or RSS 0.91. But they later lost interest, leaving it without an owner. As more and more users were using RSS, Winer made an adapted version of RSS 0.91 for Userland, claiming it as his own. Later in 2005, Microsoft developed Really Simple Syndication in relation to its Simple Sharing Extensions.

    What is RSS?

    RSS is a XML file format for syndicating content and news in the web. It is usually used by websites that constantly need to update their content regularly such as news websites (CNN, BBC and Reuters) and weblogs. Since it essentially gives one’s webpage more traffic, it is now more widely used in marketing, web publications and virus reports. Today, large and small websites alike are usually RSS-enabled.

    For example, you’re an avid fan of baseball and you want to share something recent about one of the players. Other than content, you can also attach multimedia files, like videos or pictures. By using RSS feeds, other Internet users subscribed to RSS-enabled sites can read your “headline” for free. They can also track for changes and updates using news aggregators, which will be discussed later on.

    How does RSS work?

    To be able to use RSS, you first have to download a software (content management system), by which XML format can be read. The title and, excerpt of the article, and a link to the full article are shown. Other than just text, you can also insert multimedia files in RSS feeds like pictures, videos, mp3s and others. Broadcatching, picturecasting, photocasting, and podcasting are some features you can incorporate into your feed, but will not be discussed in this article.

    For users to access a RSS feed, they need to use an aggregator or a feed reader. An aggregator searches for updates on RSS-enabled webpages then displays it. It can either be a standalone program or a web browser extension, depending on your operating system. Search engines for web content broadcasted over RSS feed are also available such as Plazoo and Feedster.

    How can I make an RSS feed?

    It is definitely easier to make an RSS feed if you know HTML. If not, you could sign up for a blog (there are hundreds out there), some of which automatically creates RSS. If you’re using a personal webpage building system, you need to understand more about RSS. Making an RSS feed from scratch is relatively easy.

    A RSS feed should always contain an “item”, whichever version of RSS you might use. If you wrote about a recent event in your city or a book review, the contents of this article can form an item. An item is essentially composed of three things: a title, its description, and link (where they can find your webpage). In choosing a title and description, use something that will describe the web content best. Although it will be easier for you, it doesn’t follow that the title tag of your webpage and the item title are the same.

    An item will look like HTML tags. First, you need to put an opening channel tag that defines it as an XML file. Then, label the tag as an item by putting <item> after the channel tag. After this, you can now insert the three essentials of your item: <title>, <description>, and <link>. Just like HTML, we need to close the tag by writing </channel> and </rss> at the bottom.

    An RSS feed that contains multiple tags looks like this:

    <?xml version=”1.0″?>
    <rss version=”2.0″>


    <title>Anne Rice’s Belinda: A Book Review</title>
    <description> If you haven’t read any Anne Rice books yet, you will be greeted with shocking romantic relationships forming between unlikely characters… </description>
    <link> </link>

    <title>Harry Potter IV: Darker with More Deaths</title>
    <description> The recently released Harry Potter installation has proved dark for its younger readers…</description>
    <link> </link>



    Now, if you’re still having a hard time understanding these tags, look for HTML tags tutorial to further grasp the concept. Have fun!

    Training -Articles is a well respected article directory. People who want information usually go to to get the information that they require.

    1) Sign up at . Approval is immediate. Please read the terms and conditions at the website. If any of the articles is below their minimum word requirement, you will have to include more words to reach the minimum.

    2)  At you cannot submit more than 10 articles per day. We are not ready to submit as yet

    3) Please download the  pack of 24 articles-link that was sent via email

    4) Open the pack and read each article to get an understanding of the contents

    5) I want you to rewrite  The Title  of all the articles

    if appropriate use  one or more  of the following words in the title and also the body of the article along with key phrases listing that i sent you via email.

    ===> new, secrets, you, tips, must, revealed, tricks,stop break up, lover’s rejection, reunite,grieve, heartbreak, dumped, shocking, beg,break up, broken heart, ending a relationship, fixing, attention, tactics, spouse, mend,  ways to, get over

    reigniting passion , recapturing lost love, exciting, unconventional method(s), emotion, psychological . Use your imagination, you will be promoting my relationship book via articles. Don’t worry, I’ll explain the process later on.

    You can use any of the words below to  refer to ex lover (not an exhaustive list)


    boy friend

    ex girlfriend

    ex girl friend

    ex husband

    ex partner

    ex lover


    For example:

    One of the articles have the title

    Why You Should Get Back Together With Your Ex

    can become:

    Why You Must Reunite With Your Ex Wife

    N.B. Please capitalize the first letter of each word

    6) Rewrite the first sentence and the last sentence of each article with your own words using a keyword from the list. In other words you will be writing articles focusing on your your keywords. For instance if you pick the phase “ways to get you girlfriend back”, You must use this phrase IN THE TITLE,  in the first sentence preferably at the start of the sentence. Also Include this same phrase  in another paragraph and again in the last sentence. THEREFORE 3 TIMES. In the opening paragraph you can use some emotional triggers such as (Please use own words)

    I know know how you feel about your ex, because of this feeling you probably (ONLY USE ONE OR TWO EXAMPLES BELOW-USE OWN WORDS)

    • cannot listen to love songs on the radio
    • cry every time you see a couple kissing and embracing in the mall or restaurant
    • wait by the phone whole day, waiting on a call from your ex
    • cannot eat properly morning , noon or night
    • stay home and watch tv instead out going out with friends
    • feel very depressed and stressed out
    • cannot sleep at night
    • think non stop about your ex
    • feeling to spy on your ex
    • constantly rehearse what you will say if you bump into them
    • constantly check your email and text messages to see if there are any messages for you
    • failing to take care of your physical appearance

    7) If you want to do very good, incorporate a story in each article especially to the end of the articles. You can make up the “love story” using any names that you wish

    8) The word Tips in the Title of  any article always does well

    At the end of 1-8 above you should have at least 24 “unique articles”. If you want you can create as much new unique articles as you want. The more you create the better chance you have of making money.

    You can get some good ideas for articles at this site

    I will give you two days to get this done.

    P.S Anybody interested should sign up the usual way,  by giving their name and email address

    Please take it seriously, if you don’t you’ll be removed from the training.

    The link for the articles was sent via email already