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​Ryan Nelson is a NYC-based Industrial-Organizational Psychologist and a full-stack online marketer. He created NicheFacts.com to help people discover and build profitable, content-focused online businesses.

The 5 Best Credit Card Affiliate Programs

If you’re interested in joining a credit card affiliate program, below I’ve compiled some of the best networks to join.  Credit card stats are insane: According to CreditCards.com, there are 364 million open credit card accounts in the United States as of the end of 2017  with 7 in 10 Americans owning at least one credit […]

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Ranking For Weird Computer Files [Windows SEO]

exe

Have you ever pulled up your Windows Task Manager and wondered what a specific process was? Perhaps it’s gibberish-looking .exe file that’s hogging an inordinate amount of RAM.The sites that I’m analyzing today specialize in researching these arcane file processes. Raking in reams of traffic for esoteric searches for things like “QtWebEngineProcess.exe”.  Quick Navigation Keyword ResearchThe […]

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[Rotten SEO] Ranking For Expired Food Searches

Recently I was rooting through the back of my refrigerator and came across a zip-locked bag of Cracker Barrel Sharp Cheddar. It must have been in the back of the fridge for several months. Was it any good? I had no idea. So I voice-searched Google: “how long does cracker barrel cheese last”. I was unsurprised to find a […]

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[Odd SEO] How Emoji Directories Are Slaying Search

Emojis: love them or hate them they’ve become indispensable to modern, mobile communication. They’re a fast and easy way to convey emotion. Hell, they even made a movie about them in 2017! And there are thousands of them- exploding in popularity when Apple released iOS 6 in 2012, according to LifeWire.The site I’m profiling today capitalizes on the […]

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[Strange SEO] Ranking For Random People’s Names: How People Finder Sites Are Making Millions

Analyzing people search platforms

Continuing my series on weird SEO, today I’m profiling sites that rank for ‘people’ queries. First, a question… When’s the last time you Googled somebody?  Maybe you were researching a prospective Tinder date or vetting a potential job hire. It’s a common strategy- especially as social media has nearly eliminated the expectation of personal privacy. Now it’s expected that […]

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Ranking For Telephone Numbers [Weird SEO]

ranking and banking in the telephone directory niche

In this case study I profile a truly unorthodox style of site that focuses on ranking and banking in the phone numbers niche. Weird, right? Let me explain. Have you ever received a call or text from a number you don’t know? If you’re like me, the first thing you do is plug the unknown number […]

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How To Write Conversion Focused Product Reviews

conversion focused product reviews

I’m currently averaging mid six figures a year publishing product reviews. It’s really the bread and butter of my online income. Today I’m going to share my experience publishing affiliate review content that converts. From a high level, my product reviews have the following 6 features:A scannable, listicle formatA high-quality, 500-word introductionA comparison tableLongform, authoritative contentClear […]

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How To Become A Millionaire Writing About Memes

funny doge meme image

If you’re on the internet in 2018, you’ve undoubtedly encountered memes before. Whether you’re confused by them or enthralled, memes are a powerful, modern form of communication. Today I’m going to profile a meme site that ranks for over 9 million keywords, has over 65 million backlinks, and is likely making a fortune in ad […]

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