As much as I would love to tell you that there is no cost involved in owning your own niche websites, it simply is not true. When it comes time that you are ready to own virtual real estate on the internet, please be sure of the costs involved. The good news is that these costs are very minimal. I can’t think of another industry that has such a crazy-low start up cost involved than making niche sites does.
There are also things I am going to need to know that YOU know. I don’t intend to re-invent the wheel here at 6StepNicheSites.com – I simply want to put the pieces together so you can get rolling along making profitable niche websites. In time, you will tweak this system to make it uniquely yours, but for now, I am sharing my little system. However, the only way this will work is if you know the things I need you to know, and the things I will assume you know as I go through these steps.
Just a quick note: The 6 Step Niche Site System will NOT go into paid traffic. My goal here is to get each of you with many niche websites that bring you cash each month. My goal is NOT to get you to spend money each and every month to MAKE that money. We are going to have upfront costs and upfront work, but the result will be niche websites that work for YOU when they are complete.
There are only TWO things you MUST have before beginning a niche website with my R.I.C.H.E.R. 6 Step Niche Site System.
1. A low cost and reliable hosting account.
If this is your first site, I recommend this hosting company.
My newest “niche site” has been on that service for over a year and I have not had a single problem with them ever.
Yes, there are many other low cost hosting services and you may choose to go with another company. Your choice. When I refer to hosting accounts here at 6StepNicheSites.com, I will be referring to this hosting, so simply make the adjustments needed for your own hosting. Be sure the hosting account you choose is “WordPress friendly”.
Above all, your website hosting must be reliable and the customer service team must be reachable.
While this hosting company is perfect for those starting out – and I have had one site with them for over a year now – All my other sites are with this hosting company, and I LOVE them.
They are not the cheapest on the block, but their support is exceptional. Responsive support is SO much more important to me than cost.
But when you’re new, and perhaps “boot-strapping” to get your business off the ground, this company is a very affordable option that I recommend.
2. A Domain Name
You will need an inexpensive and high-quality company to purchase your domain names from. I tend to use GoDaddy a good bit – mainly because I previously purchased a lot of domains there and I like keeping them in one place (I am also a creature of habit…haha).
BUT, if you use this hosting company, you can get your domain name for FREE.
What does all that stuff MEAN??
As you start looking around and picking your hosting, all the terms and tech-speak are sure to baffle you.
Ready to get started?