PRLog - Sep. 16, 2012 - HENDERSON, Nev. -- Micro Niche Brands has released a new series of free training videos covering updated strategies and tactics for internet marketing with micro niche sites. The video series launched on Sunday, September 16, 2012. Micro niche websites have been a popular stepping stone for people getting into online marketing; however, recent search engine algorithm updates have resulted in the road becoming a bit more challenging.
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This new training video series is being released for free to help build awareness of www.MicroNicheBrands.com and the upcoming product launch for the Micro Niche Brands e-course and VIP membership, as well as to start a conversation with the internet marketing community. According to DJ Mozzy, creator of Micro Niche Brands, "micro niche sites remain an excellent entry point into internet marketing. The real secret is changing your perspective and how you view these sites, and focusing on quality and branding".
The free video training series covers quality content creation, projecting authority and positioning, and scaling effectively. One of the great things about micro niche sites is that people can start generating incremental revenue quickly while honing their skills. Those skills are then directly applicable to tackling bigger challenges in larger markets. The free videos provide several key tips that can be used to get a jump start in building high quality sites. Interested people can claim the free micro niche site videos at http://www.micronichebrands.com.
Micro Niche Brands is a new e-course consisting of an e-book and available VIP membership with videos, step by step worksheets, and private forums. The e-course will be launching in the second half of October 2012. Micro Niche Brands aims to differentiate as a high quality product with actionable results-oriented methods for building sustainable micro niche websites.
No earnings or performance claims are made or are to be construed. Results based on the information presented will vary depending on the individual and circumstances. The information and course are not a "get rich quick" scheme.