Hey, Srdjan here.
Thanks for checking out my blog and welcome, you’ve come to the right place if your looking for a comprehensive review of the Niche Finder Mobile, which is created by none other than Internet Marketing and programming expert Brad Callen.
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It happens so often that I feel ‘there should be an app for that!’ especially, when I need something like a color’s exact name, or the Spanish word for ‘beauty’, or I am fed up with some of the annoying features of apps I use. The niche finder mobile tool was an impressive little product I found useful in my quest.
The tool master Brad Callen’s Niche Finder Mobile is on its way to be a popular tool. Personally, I am more than glad to get it at a reasonably low price compared to what I was being asked to pay for more or less similar products.
The thing I liked most about the niche finder mobile is it generates all the relevant data for you to interpret from. For instance, it gives you the number of available similar apps; that is those apps showing related keywords. It does not just give you a difficulty rating for your intended keyword and leave you questioning the reliability of the proposed rating. The color difficulty meter of this niche finder, is compatible with the extent of competition the particular store presents, and you can correlate the two factors.
The tool does not tell you if you should go for a particular keyword or not. It presents to you the relevant data and leaves you to judge for yourself. I also gained an idea of how my product should be different than those available. The niche finder mobile also gives ratings for similar apps in use. It was easier to decide which features I should include in mine, and which to drop.
The niche finder mobile is expressly focused on mobile marketing. It is not an analytic tool, so anyone trying to use it as one is going to be gravely disappointed. What it manages to do is propose a business plan, if you will, telling you the niches you should concentrate on, and the ones you would be able to do without.
It does not give you any more information like, your app analysis, or the monthly variation of hits on keywords. I guess for people looking for a more comprehensive research pattern including title generators or links to other Web optimization tools, it will be a bit of a letdown. But it works for me. Extra information would have just ended cluttering it.
The domain name research feature of the niche finder mobile is a nice touch. For people looking for keywords that are included in already established domains that rank, it is a great aspect which will allow them to buy the desired domain names.
The app worlds have a lot of empty space and are not excessively explored like the web. The Smartphone’s on the go age is just the thing to invest in, and that is what the niche finder mobile is based on. I do not need anything more from it than a decent direction to work on. Ultimately I am only looking to make myself richer!