Written by: Eric Brantner
Eric has shared several good bits from the 2013 Digital Marketer Report, one of them is this:
The more niche you can go, the better off you are. Search engines aren’t getting any less competitive. In fact, as the numbers suggest, it’s more competitive than ever. So if you are going after highly trafficked keywords, it’s going to prove difficult (if not impossible) to get your head above water. With that in mind, the smaller the niche you can find, the better off you are. Why? Well, there are less people fighting for those search terms. You can be a big fish in a small pond, rather than one of trillions of fish in a pond where there’s no way a fisherman’s going to catch you (how do you like that metaphor?).
My question is this. What amount of niche can be done with geo-tagging?