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by blogdimension & 1 other
The unique approach of AltSearchEngines is to expand coverage of search engines to include the hundreds of alternative / niche search engines. While the editorial attitude will not be “anti-Google”, it will certainly be “pro-alternative search engines” - a showcase of cutting edge innovation. Our goal for AltSearchEngines is to make it the definitive destination for everything related to alternative search engines - over 1,000 of them! AltSearchEngines is edited by Charles Knight, a respected industry analyst and former SEO from Charlottesville, Virginia. About the Read/WriteWeb Network AltSearchEngines is a member of the Read/WriteWeb blog network. Read/WriteWeb is a popular weblog that provides Web Technology news, reviews and analysis. It is ranked among Technorati’s Top 40 blogs in the world (as of June, #35).


Free Niche Template A Day....

by tropical
I’ve just found a great new service from Scott Standke and Jim Morris, where they send a niche-targeted template a day direct to your mailbox for free.

Secret of affiliate marketing

by patolu
ebay affiliate marketing. Information on Secret of affiliate marketing and affiliate marketing system

Your First eBay Niche Store

by mickyboy1973
An automated niche eBay Store builder which creates Search Engine frindly web sites with live listings taken from eBay and each item is tagged with your eBay affiliate link


Blog Webmarketing, E-commerce, Referencement et E-business par Olivier Douard

by tisienpo
Article interessant mettant le doigt sur un facteur de fidelisation : le marketing de niche ou segmentation.

Niche market

by KevinColwell8177
A niche market is a focused, targetable portion of a market

3 rules for niche marketing

by KevinColwell8177
Follow these maxims to grow your business's audience

Get a Niche a Day in your Mailbox

by KevinColwell8177
Discover the most profitable niches to make money online and get them delivered to your inbox - for free!


Blog de Chris Anderson -The Long Tail

by Xavier & 2 others (via)
I'm Chris Anderson, the editor of Wired Magazine. I wrote The Long Tail, which first appeared in Wired in October 2004 and will become a book, published by Hyperion, in early 2006. The Long Tail is about how the mass market is turning into a million niches. The term refers to the yellow part of the sales chart at left, which shows a standard demand curve that could apply to any industry, from entertainment to services. The vertical axis is sales, the horizontal is products. The red part of the curve is the "hits", which have dominated our commercial decisions to date. The yellow part is the non-hits, or niches, which I argue in the article will prove equally important in the future now that technology has provided efficient ways to give consumers access to them thanks to the "infnite shelf-space effect" of new distribution mechanisms that break thought the bottlenecks of broadcast and traditional bricks and mortar.

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