Consumers wanted to be able to shop at their leisure, from within their homes. There was a demand for singles to meet other singles; dating sites were created to answer that need.Since we all need love, or a companion, or just someone to hang out with on Friday nights, we now have dating sites that cater to each and every person.Just take a look at the infographic courtesy of Dating Websites.org: And that concludes this week's Niche of the Week. The above infographic provides so much information on dating websites, I don't think I need to elaborate any more.
As shown in the above infographic, there are plenty of sub-niches in the dating site niche.
Pick one and focus on that sub-niche during keyword research.
Don't use "dating site." That's too broad and while it and its variations have high global monthly searches, the competition is steep for these keywords: , I decided to go for the divorced-men-and-women sub-niche, so my keywords would be like "dating sites for divorced men," or "where divorced men can get a date." Below are the Traffic Travis results for variations of these keywords: With the way the new Keyword Planner works, you already see the monthly searches for the variations of your main keyword. If you notice, the above results show me the monthly searches for other variations of my keywords.
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The Beatles sang "You can't buy me love," and yes, you still can't buy love, but finding it is much easier these days—just hop online and go to Dating
:) If we can shop, share our opinion and call that aunt from halfway across the globe all through the Internet, then it's really no biggie that you can go online and get yourself a date.
The Internet has always been about supply and demand.