Introduction to Micro Niche Websites

Micro niche websites, or those that cover a specific topic in a few pages, are still popular today.


Because, if done right, you can still transform them into money-making websites. However, as search engines strive to give high-quality results you need to provide high-quality content. 

Micro niche websites are small websites with only a few pages. It used to range from one to ten pages in length. Now, anything less than ten is unlikely to get traction.

There are many medium-demand concepts no one is touching.  This is where you come in.  These are low-hanging fruits that may not provide you with a feast but they will take the edge off your hunger for financial independence.

There’s a lot of power in numbers.

Dreams of financial independence are dashed with one or to micro-specialized sites. However, 20 or 30 is a different story. 

As you build your first website, you get better at the keywords you target, the content you build, the audience you attract, and the money make. 

Marketers who started constructing these modest sites about 2008 or so we’re able to quit their jobs in early 2011 because their AdSense income was more than enough to support them.

The most significant advantage of small sites like these is that you can easily target keywords. You stay focused with publishing focused, relevant and realted articles about exactly what the searchers are looking for. 

The Time Has Changed

Hundreds of small specialty sites have been developed by many marketers, but things have changed. With search engine updates, there is no room for lazy people in this game.  Sites that ranked easily are no longer to be found. 

You can still rank micro-niche sites, but not using the same techniques as 10 or 15 years ago.

Switching your attention to fewer sites with more meaningful content is typically easier. In the long run, it is best to establish more extensive, more authoritative sites. Rather than having 30 micro niche websites, concentrate on two or three authority sites in several areas to keep your income stream diverse.

A successful template is:

  1. Begin with about 10 pages of content, preferably in a silo style
  2. Begin the process of ranking them.
  3. Test the market with ads if that is part of your business plan, iron out the kinks in your skill and then wash and repeat.

As you move to the next website, you can increase the size of the first by adding more content and gain more natural connections.

Creating a Micro Niche

The first step in creating a micro niche website is to separate reality from fantasy. 

Your keyword research must tell you what the demand for that niche is and what kind of competition you are facing.

Selling moon rocks has no competition and no demand. Selling weight loss products has a lot of competition and a lot of demand.

Micro niche research is to help you find your path between these two extremes.

The Advantages of a Micro Niche

When it comes to refining your services to a more particular field as a small business, it’s natural to be concerned about losing potential clients. However, the exact opposite is true. 

Creating a micro-niche in a sense is becoming a specialist doctor before even going to grad school. 

As a specialist, you focus on the specific demands of your clients and make more money solving their problems.

Micro-niches have the following advantages:

  • Easier Marketability: The key to obtaining attention for your business and generating sales is to stand out from the crowd. This is made feasible by micro-niches, which contribute to business growth.
  • Increased Profitability: Because there is less competition, you will automatically make more money. More clients who share your desires, passions, and interests are available to you.
  • Low Competition: Because the specialty is so specialized, there are fewer companies to compete with.

It’s Easier to Gain Traction: To get started and develop, all small businesses require momentum. Using a micro-niche can assist you in gaining the traction you need to move forward.

A long time ago, creating a profitable small website was a matter of limited keyword research, finding the main keyword, buying an exact domain name for that keyword, and finishing with a simple WordPress install.

Today, you need to avoid many of these steps or their sequence if you do not wish to get banned.