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Niche Marketing Idea-Springfield M1A Rifle

July 14, 2008 by  
Filed under BANS, Niche Ideas

New Niche Marketing Idea- Springfield Armory M1A Rifle.

Over the weekend I had a chance to take out my rifle(Springfield M1A-see pic). I remember when I first bought it back in January of this year and how much research I did before I took the $1,800 plunge. That struck me and I began to immediately do research. There are plenty of others doing he same research I once did and here is how you can profit from it.

I know some of you might be asking yourself “How is this a niche market?” The answer is simple, people are looking for any information about the Springfield Armory M1a Rifle. It could be any kind of information. How to clean the Springfield M1A, how to bore sight the m1a, m1a reviews, price, and more. Some of you may be asking “How could I make money from this niche?” The answer is this, create a blog or website with adsense ads, search feed ads, adbrite ads, or sell advertising on you website or blog. You could even promote clickbank products that relate to guns or hunting. Visit and search the marketplace for the keyword “rifle” or “deer hunting” and promote those products on your site. Or, If you have the Build A Niche Store Script you could apply all three strategies into one website plus receive fresh content from ebay auctions. You could write your own content, find ebay auctions on the M1A, and place or sell advertising on your BANS site.

You don’t even need to know much about the rifle or guns in general. You could outsource your writing and have a ghost writer write some articles for you. The great thing about hiring a ghost writer is that you could place your name as the author of the article. Why not? You paid for it. You could find a good ghost writer on various forums like the Warrior forum and digitalpoint. You could get a 500 word article for around $7 USD. Contact me if your interested in a ghost writer.

These are just some of the ideas I came up with to help with creating a site or blog in this niche. Now lets get down to business. This is my favorite part, the keywords.


“m1a bipod”

  • 110 searches per month
  • 228 competing websites

“m1a mount”

  • 170 searches per month
  • 611 competing websites

“”m1a scope mounts”

  • 170 searches per month
  • 724 competing websites

“m1a scope mount”

  • 880 searches per month
  • 892 competing websites

“m1a stock”

  • 1,000 searches per month
  • 1,990 competing websites

“m1a socom”

  • 1,900 searches per month
  • 4,200 competing websites

“springfield armory m1a”

  • 1,900 searches per month
  • 9,810 competing websites

“m1a scout”

  • 1,600 searches per month
  • 10,100 competing websites

“m1a rifle”

  • 2,900 searches per month
  • 15,400 competing websites

“springfield m1a”

  • 4,400 searches per month
  • 26,000 competing websites

Remember all data is from google. Wordtracker results may vary(I’d rather go off of google’s own stats).

Like I always say, TAKE ACTION!

I know for a fact that using these keywords and methods I use will work. Just type “m1a scout” without the quotes and you will find my video on the first page of google. Here is the link to the video just in case: in new window).

I would also like to point out that you should target a niche that has a competition of 50,000 or less. My m1a video has a competition of about 36,000 and is ranked on the first page for that keyword. The video has about 9,000 views since February 2008. Not too bad. You could also use authoritative sites like or digg to drive traffic to your sites as well. But, that is another post for another day.

Looking forward to your comments.


2 Responses to “Niche Marketing Idea-Springfield M1A Rifle”

  1. Will on July 15th, 2008 11:40 am

    Where are you getting your volume data? Mine differs both up and down from yours.

    Nonetheless, those are good keywords! I did some analyzing, and “m1a bipod”, “m1a mount”, “m1a stock”, and “m1a scope mount” are freebies out there with no strong competition.

  2. Jerry on July 15th, 2008 1:31 pm


    I get my data from google. Google is now giving it’s stats for search results. Use the google keyword tool.

    I contacted wordtracker about their stats. Their stats don’t match up with google’s.

    I’ll post wordtrackers response regarding their search data.