In part 1 of this series of articles on how to use the micro niche finder, I had mentioned how to activate the Micro Niche Finder tool and what sort of options and feature you can expect to see once you have opened the main screen of the Micro Niche Finder. In this article I am going to talk about how you can get started on the Micro Niche Finder and begin searching for, as James’s Jones the creator of Micro Niche Finder put its, under the radar niche markets.

So lets begin. Let me start off by saying that the Micro Niche Finder is an extremely easy tool to use. All you have to do when starting off is to enter a “base keyword phrase” into the search box at the top of the program interface and click the search button. Within a matter of seconds, the micro niche finder will go straight to work at finding possible niche market keywords using your entered phrase as a starting point.

Let me explain to you what a base keyword phrase is. It can be a number of things such as –

1. Pre-term – A pre-term is a word or phrase that people use in combination with their specific keyword phrases and Micro Niche Finder will return up to 250 possible niche market keywords.

2. Product name – Enter the name of a product you’d like to promote and Micro Niche Finder will return narrow keywords related to that product.

3. Broad keyword phrase – You can enter a broad keyword phrase like car, credit card, football, fashion etc.. and the micro niche finder will return all sorts of niche keyword possibilities.

Now, after entering a search term of your choice and clicking the search button you will be taken to a screen showing the preliminary results of your search. I’m going to explain to you some of the search screen results by definition.

Phrase – these are the niche keyword or keyword phrases that will be returned based the term you entered. MNF will return 275 different phrases for every base term you enter.

Search count – This is the number of estimated searches performed for the given phrase per month.

Broad Match count – This is the number of web pages that are indexed in Google for the given broad match phrase. Bare in mind that this is the count returned by Google when a searcher enters a search phrase without quotes.

Exact phrase count – The number of web pages that are indexed in Google for the given exact phrase. This count is returned by clicking the “Get exact phrase count” link for each phrase. If you click on the “exact phrase count” column header you will cause the micro niche finder to sort the results in ascending order by exact phrase count. If you click the “exact phrase count” column header a second time, micro niche finder will sort the results in descending order by exact phrase count.

Ok, I’m going to stop writing here for this article on how to get started with Micro Niche Finder. In part 3 of these articles I will continue explaining how you can get started on profiting from under the radar niche markets. Please visit the link below to find out more information or to purchase the micro niche finder. Thank you for your time.

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