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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

It's so important to identify your market

Thanks to all who have been to my website and left me feedback - fantastic. I am really glad to hear so many of you are enjoying my book - keep the feedback coming. :)

I have had a few emails from my subscribers who are still struggling to find there greeting card market to sell too. Well get ready because I have a fantastic tool that will help you do just that and it will blow your mind.

Here it is : http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/

You simply type in the search terms you think your target market would be searching for and you get a total list of related terms as well and this site tells you how many times a day someone searches on those terms.

So the higher the number the more popular the term is. Don't be too quick to discount the lower numbers you could find yourself a real targetable niche to sell your greeting cards to.

If you haven't checked out my new greeting card business site you can go here www.greetingcardprofits.com I would love to get your feedback.

Talk again soon.

David

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great read. I can't believe that no one has mentioned the personalized card service from SendOutCards.

I started using this last year and have had my referrals increase 19%



I reccommend talking with Devin from

www.SendingCardsDaily.com

he taught me the system and he is easy to deal with.



Good luck

Anonymous said...

Hi,

It seems that there are real cool sites now coming up with cloolest Greeting card.

I fell www.elifeandshop.com is the best so for for the kind of options it gives. But the only problem is that it gives delivery in India only.

Anonymous said...

I suggest the place to go to make custom, quality, most cost-efficient, greeting cards is www.printsmadeeasy.com. They specialize in designing custom postcards, business cards, lables, stationery, brochures, invitations, envelopes, flyers, greeting cards, letterhead, pens, & posters.

Kryss said...

Nice tool. I'll be making use of that.

www.callousgreetings.com

Carol Stephenson said...

I really appreciate your blog. I am new at this and just putting out my own line of cards I illustrated and designed. Decided to jump in with both feet and bypass publishers and do it myself. It doesn't hurt to have a graphic designer/illustrator background either. Hint to anyone who wants to do this route-KNOW YOUR PRINTING RULES! The production team will love you!

Holiday Greeting Cards said...

I've found my market - it's charity and business Holiday Greeting Cards. It's a great niche to get into.