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The Beginner’s Guide To Motivation MRR Ebook

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There is nothing more stressful than having a billion things to do during the day without having even just a second to yourself. The hustle and bustle of everyday life can get to be very overwhelming. There are so many demands placed upon us that it can feel like there is nowhere to turn when we feel like we just need a little bit of breathing room and a chance to relax.

Fortunately, there is a solution. No matter how many demands you have placed upon you during the day, meditation is an option that you can easily make the time for. Even just setting aside five minutes for yourself can make the difference between a frazzled, miserable mess at dinner time and a balanced, calm person who is ready to take the next step, no matter where it leads!

Meditation has become a very popular subject, and for good reason. Everybody is feeling the pressure to succeed and do great in their lives, but the work involved in becoming successful can be enough to make anyone exhausted. We put so much energy into trying to create our best lives that, ironically, we can easily lose sight of the most important part of that; ourselves!

By taking the time to learn about meditation and allowing it to be a part of our lives, we can begin to channel our thoughts into more productive patterns and give ourselves the recharge that we need when it seems like life has gotten to be a little bit too much.

Meditation is a huge part of a healthy lifestyle. Many successful people swear by its effects. It can help us to completely re-map our brains from thinking destructive and negative thoughts to remembering how to see the possibilities in every moment. Not only that, but knowing that we are putting our own mental health first and foremost can be a huge relief. Instead of engaging in negativity, we can take a time out and re-center ourselves to guarantee that no matter what is thrown at us, we are capable of getting where we want to be.

Most people aren’t sure whether or not they are even able to meditate. They picture themselves having to go into the Lotus position and holding it for a long time while not thinking about a single thing. That is a lot of pressure! However, the Lotus position is actually a yoga pose that is only meant to enhance the serenity of practitioners of yoga who have utilized it as a training toward a deeper awareness and calm. Beginner meditators do not have to do anything quite that advanced in order to receive the same effects.

Rather, meditation can be made very simple! The more often you do it the easier it becomes. And while it may seem impossible to clear your mind, especially when there is a lot going on in your life, once you get the hang of it, you will be able to recharge in just about any situation. Centering yourself is not as difficult as it sounds. There are not any difficult yoga poses necessary.

So if clearing your mind and improving your life sounds like something you would like to do, then you’re in the right place. This guide will show you how! So, let’s get started!

Meditation is an ancient practice that can be traced to biblical times and beyond. Like many things spiritual in nature, it can be traced back to ancient India, where their healing arts were summarized in texts known as the Vedas. These spiritual books were meant to teach the masses about enlightenment and ways to live your life that can lead to a greater understanding of yourself and the world around you. They were meant to impart wisdom and encourage everybody to live their lives in a peaceful way that benefitted not only themselves, but society as a whole.

This ancient art can be traced back to 1500 BCE, as far as written evidence goes. It had its origins in a system of schooling, where students would follow their teachers out into the world, generally isolated and natural places with dense forest and fresh air, so that they could be guided in the art of meditation. It was a very important spiritual practice, then and still, and is linked to Buddhist teachings. Indian Gurus and their students would study and practice this art of clearing the mind and ultimately passed on the knowledge to the surrounding countries.

Meditation was thought to be incredibly important, and taught around the world because of the positive results it yielded in daily life. It is a practice that has proven so beneficial that it has survived thousands of years and been passed along from culture to culture. It is incorporated in several different religious sects, and continues to be a source of peace and understanding even into the modern age.

Modern day gurus teach classes on meditation all around the world. The best part is that there are several different ways you can meditate, so if one way doesn’t work for you, then you can try another and see if that is going to do the trick. Some people meditate in pure silence, others with peaceful music and candlelight. Some people might prefer a guided meditation, where someone helps them to focus their thoughts in a direction that is most beneficial to them, while others may choose to hold certain thoughts or intentions in their minds so that they can attract those energies to themselves almost unconsciously.

However, you choose to use meditation, the implication is clear that it is a practice that works, and it has for a very long time. This art is thousands of years old, and when utilized properly, can really change the way you view yourself and the situations in your life. There is a reason it has survived this long, and that reason is that it is incredibly effective. If it wasn’t, it would have died out by now. Are you ready to learn the basics of meditation? This guide will show you how!

If you’re not quite convinced that meditation is the way to go, that’s fine. Just because it’s been used for thousands of years doesn’t mean you should jump on the bandwagon. If it’s scientific evidence you’re curious about, then there is plenty of that too.

Studies have shown that meditation can not only help to reduce stress and anxiety symptoms, even in people with anxiety disorders, but there is also a correlation between meditation and lower blood pressure. Other scientifically proven benefits of meditation include sounder sleep and even a better memory. And if you are suffering from chronic pain symptoms, or any aches and pains in general, meditation has been shown to help manage these and improve your quality of life.

Not only that, but people who meditate are less prone to low self-image. They tend to gain more insight into themselves that can help them to structure their lives in a productive way and make choices that truly benefit them and their goals. Meditation can increase your level of emotional understanding and help you to healthily compartmentalize your thoughts and emotions in a way that is constructive. If you find that you are often times overwhelmed by the world around you, meditation is a great way to let go of those stressful feelings and take a moment to recharge and get yourself back on track.

Because of the stressful state of the world we live in, a lot of people turn to negative coping mechanisms. It can be very easy to gain access to things that claim to ease our stress, like cigarettes or alcohol or other addictive substances. And a lot of people do turn to these things as their escape. It is easy to do and these negative things are very accessible in our culture. It is unfortunate how easy it can be to become an addict. Even if your addiction is something as innocent seeming as an addiction to unhealthy foods.

However, meditation can prove an even better coping mechanism. And, if you know you or someone you love has an addiction, meditation is actually scientifically proven to help redirect the attention of an addict from a negative substance to one that is not so harmful. Meditation is a great way to help you change the course of your thinking and reprogram yourself to be more mindful and focused on positive changes rather than negative.

Addiction can be difficult to get through alone or without resources, but utilizing meditation as a resource for recovery is a great tool. It can help you look inwardly, hold yourself accountable for your actions, find insight into why you may act the way you do and the triggers that cause you to reach out to your addiction, and also provide you with a healthy outlet for your stress and anxiety that helps you to feel refreshed and renewed with a better outlook on life without resorting to negative coping strategies like the thing you are addicted to.

Organic Beauty MRR Ebook

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Introduction

What does beauty mean to you?

It’s a concept that has been somewhat lost along the way in the digital age. Companies trying to sell products with photo shopped women wearing far too much makeup, Instagram accounts run by “influencers” who spend their time pouting at the camera and taking selfies.

These influences have warped our perceptions of what it means to be attractive in the modern age, and they have unfortunate, destructive impacts on our health and happiness.

And this is a serious problem.

Before we get ahead of ourselves and start attacking the health and beauty industry, we should first remember that this is nothing new. Culture has shaped perceptions of beauty for centuries, which has a huge impact on how we feel about ourselves, our aspirations, and our health. It guides how we treat ourselves, and ultimately what we look for in partners.

Unfortunately, it just so happens that this can be a toxic and harmful influence.

But there is a truer type of beauty that transcends trends and fads. It is the natural, glowing beauty that comes from being truly healthy and happy.

Because while you can try and hide or alter your looks with expensive products, they are ultimately all trying to emulate the appearance of natural youth, energy, and vigor (we’ll discuss this more in the final chapter).

When you naturally look and feel great, you don’t need to do this. You will simply look naturally healthier, more vibrant, and more attractive.

People will notice that you look different, but they won’t be able to put a finger on it. They’ll say you have a “glow.” You’ll feel and look great, and people will be drawn to you.

The best part? The journey it takes to get here doesn’t involve using damaging chemicals, or going through painful procedures. It is the very act of nourishing and caring for yourself that will lead to that organic beauty. That outward glow is simply a reflection or a projection of your inner state of being.

This is the appeal of organic, natural beauty. And it’s something that anyone can achieve.

In this book, you’ll learn more about what it means to chase after “organic beauty” and how it can change the way you think about your appearance and your grooming. Are you ready?

Chapter 1 Why Go Organic (And What It Means)

Before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s consider for a moment precisely what we mean by the term “organic beauty.”

By “organic,” what we really mean is “without using artificial products.” The term organic can be explained as “relating to or derived from living matter.” That doesn’t mean that the ingredients are necessarily alive, but means that they must be natural and “related” to living things.

Minerals count as organic for instance, but rocks aren’t alive! Because rocks are created by the tides however, and because they are found naturally inside the body (yes, your bones are made from calcium and magnesium just like that found in nature), they count as “organic.”

The fewer steps the product had to go through before it was packaged, the more “organic” we consider it to be.

How does this relate to beauty?

Organic beauty means creating the beautiful look that you want, but without resorting to the use of chemicals, compounds, and other unnatural substances.
Why you ask?

There are actually a huge number of reasons to go organic when it comes to your beauty. Let’s take a look at just some of them.

Synthetic Products Can be Harmful

One of the biggest and best reasons to go organic, is that non-organic products designed for health and beauty will very often include synthetic products that can actually be harmful. Here are just some of the dangerous compounds you might encounter if you rely on mass-produced cosmetic products:

ORGANIC BEAUTY

One of the biggest dangers when it comes to using non-organic products, is the large number of estrogenic compounds that are found in many cosmetics and even in our water!

Estrogenic chemicals are found in everything from shampoos, to Tupperware, to makeup. They include parabens (used as preservatives), placenta extracts and more.

So what’s so bad about this? Well essentially, it increases the amount of estrogen in the body. For men, this is particularly bad news as it means lower muscle mass, more body fat, lower sperm count and possibly even depression, lethargy and infertility!

Many of these compounds are even found to be carcinogens, meaning that they increase the likelihood of developing breast cancer specifically in men and women.

2 Aluminum

Aluminum is found in a large number of different products, including antiperspirants and some makeups. Aluminum works by temporarily blocking the skin’s sweat ducts but it can be absorbed into the skin where it will also have estrogen-like effects.

3 Parfum

Parfum is a catch-all that describes a large number of synthetic compounds used to add ‘fragrance’ to our products. That means products that are specifically designed to be fragrances and it also means other things like shampoos and fabric softeners.

These products are well known to cause a range of problems including headaches, dizziness, rashes, skin discoloration and more. Some studies also suggest that they can affect the central nervous system and lead to mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Youtube Your Way To Success Resale Rights Ebook

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Introduction

YouTube – You What?

Have you heard about YouTube.com? Maybe you are scratching your head, wondering, “What is it”?

Is it, a catchy name for a catchy service?

Is it a marketing tool?

Is it a website for novice filmmakers?

The answer is yes, yes, yes and then some. You see, YouTube is many things to many people, depending on how they use it and their purposes for its use. You can define the website’s purpose traditionally as:

“YouTube.com is one of the many Web 2.0 sites popping up on the Web. It is a “video sharing” website.”

However, YouTube.com, like many Web 2.0, sites is much more than a site allowing individuals to share video clips. It is a place for public commentary, a place where people can review the latest and greatest info products, a place where people can network and share common interests, goals, and opportunities.

The best part? YouTube.com is not too complicated to use, driving away hordes of novice users. In fact, the opposite is true. YouTube.com is easy to master. This website allows just about anyone to sign up for an account, upload, share video clips, and view other people’s video clips. Sounds neat, huh?

Just like many popular sites, registered members can rate videos, or find out how many times other people link to a video clip for their viewing pleasure. YouTube.com provides and publishes this information for your convenience, for its loyal fans. Have you heard about Netflix? The idea is the same. Netflix is an online video “store” if you will, like Blockbuster. Registered members can log in and rent videos sent directly to their home. They can also rate and review the videos they see. That way, the public has a better feel for what videos are worth watching (and whether there are some videos they shouldn’t bother with).

The site can also tailor its recommendations to you depending on how many videos you rate. The big DIFFERENCE between a site like this however, a static site, and YouTube.com, is using YouTube, and you can watch video clips right from your home computer. There is no renting, no late fees and no charges to become a member. Will you watch a full video? No. You will watch a video clip. In the ten minutes of time a user has to make a video clip however, you can be sure they will input as much valuable and telling information as they possibly can. So, a visit to YouTube.com is well worth it.

Is YouTube.com popular? Yes, and not just among the young. In fact, the young and old alike are enjoying their newfound “celebrity” status by posting their own video clips to the Web. And, speaking of celebrities… YouTube is popular among web fans, your average Jane or Joe, and celebrities getting in on the action. Just like MySpace.com attracts many public figures interested in connecting with their fan base and audience, so too does YouTube appeal to the same crowd for similar reasons. Alanis Morissette (a well-known singer, just in case you don’t know) just did a spoof of Fergie’s (another young hip-hop singer) “My Humps” video. It’s pretty funny, if you have a good sense of humor. “You love my lady lumps?” What isn’t funny about that? Even if you never heard the original song, you will get a good chuckle out of it. It is also a great example of a good video, and you can use it for a model when trying to create your own video clips for YouTube (we’ll get to that later). Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=My+humps+alanis+

There is no cost just to listen, and you will learn a great deal.

Of course you can just type it (my humps) into Google and find about another dozen sites promoting the video. While YouTube.com is fun, it can also be an extremely useful tool for promoting your business, your website, and for networking and connecting with people around the globe. So why write a guide on YouTube? I’ll tell you why…

Here’s the point.

YouTube isn’t just for fun, though we have focused so far on some of the funnier and entertaining features offered by the popular site. But, just as YouTube.com is fun, you can just as easily use it to promote your website, advertise your business or simply publicize what it is you have to offer. For that reason, people are jumping hand over heals to get their hands on it. Large corporations including CBS, NBC, Sony BMG and others, people that once opposed the site, are clamoring to get in on the action. The reason?

Millions of consumers are logging in every day to catch a glimpse of what YouTube has to offer…

YouTube may become the most popular Web 2.0 site on the Net. The sooner you get in, the faster you will start realizing the benefits YouTube has to offer. Want to see just how useful YouTube.com can be to the ordinary politician, small business owner or marketer? Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=obama

Consider YouTube.com a platform, one you can use to connect with users in a meaningful, directed and intimate way. YouTube.com offers something for just about anyone. What does YouTube offer? Among the material posted on YouTube include many TV clips, multiple music videos, and much amateur content, content from bloggers, and content from Internet Marketers interested in getting in on the action. Celebrities, news organizations, and even musicians are now allowing users to upload short video clips of their works to this incredibly fast-growing website.

When Did It All Begin?

Here are the facts about YouTube.com as a business and rapidly growing enterprise. Started in February of 2005, the site gained massive media attention and popularity, in part because it was something fresh and new. It also brought with it some controversy, as many of the more popular and successful websites do. Time Magazine suggested it was the most popular invention during 2006. Of course, it is not to say YouTube is not without its share of controversy. Quite the opposite is true. We’ll learn more about the ups and downs YouTube has experienced in the next section.

What is important for you to know now is YouTube is a powerhouse, a weapon anyone can use to gain free publicity. It even captured the attention of industry giant Google Inc.

Google Inc. bought the company for just over $1.5 billion dollars in late 2006.

Infusing the company and website with even more capital and resources, there is almost no limit to what YouTube can do in the future, and where it will take its customers.

Be aware, we’ll use the terms YouTube and YouTube.com interchangeably throughout this guide. This is not because we can’t decide which is better, it just helps make the reading a tad more interesting. OK, now that you know “what” it is, I’m sure you want to know how you can jump on the bandwagon and become part of the next generation legacy YouTube has to offer, right? Here’s how…

How To Become A Part Of The Legacy

Everyone wants to be part of a legacy. If you bought this guide you are considering what exactly YouTube has to offer you. You can use it as a source of entertainment. If you are an entrepreneur, business owner or marketer, chances are you want to know how to use YouTube to connect with your target audience. The good news is you can easily to this. In fact, joining YouTube is easy, just as easy as it is to sign with other popular site.

Now, to get “in” on the action, you will need to register. If you just want to find out what all the fuss is about, you can tour the site and check out popular video clips free of chard. That’s right… you can watch videos free on YouTube, you don’t need to register.

But…

If you want to upload videos, promo your site, brand your name or get the attention of others, you will have to register. Don’t worry, registration is easy. We’ll talk more about that later too.

Now that you have a better idea of what YouTube is about conceptually, let’s learn a little bit more about the history of this incredible site. In the next section we’ll provide you a small history of YouTube, so you have a better sense of where it came from and where it may go. Hold onto your hats

Minimalist Living MRR Ebook

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Minimalist Living

Have you heard about minimalist living but aren’t sure what it means or what benefits it could offer you? You aren’t alone. The concept of minimalist living isn’t a new one, but it’s an idea that has recently gained more momentum as increasing numbers of people recognize how much better their lives can be when they switch to a minimalist lifestyle.

The modern world is a frantic and hectic place. The pace of life these days never seems to slow down. Many of us feel as if we are bombarded on all sides with urgent demands and pressures that are hard to resist. “More” is the buzzword of the moment. The more we have of everything, the more satisfied we’re supposed to be. More possessions should equate to more happiness – at least that’s what we’re conditioned to believe. But is this true?

Those who have adopted the minimalist lifestyle would disagree with the above opinion. They say that, by adopting a simpler approach to every aspect of life, from relationships to the workplace, it becomes possible to narrow down your focus and to concentrate on what really matters. As a result, you can enjoy more happiness, more satisfaction and even more success in all areas without all the physical, mental and emotional clutter that seems to build up over time.

Here, we take a closer look at what changing to a minimalist way of living could mean to you and how it could help you to enjoy greater peace of mind. With this how-to guide to switching to a minimalist lifestyle, you have all the tools you need at your disposal to make an informed decision about whether you could benefit from making the change.

Learn all you need to know about what a modern minimalistic lifestyle looks like and find out more about how you can adopt the principles of this exciting and revolutionary lifestyle concept into your everyday life. You’re sure to be impressed by the many benefits that you can derive when you make just a few simple changes.

Chapter 1 - What is Minimalist Living?

The first thing that you need to understand before adopting this new lifestyle is what exactly is "minimalism"? And how does it look in practice?

What Does Minimalist Living Look Like?

Before we answer this question, let’s just reiterate the fact that minimalist living is nothing new. It’s something that has been around for a very long time. Monks and nuns from centuries ago chose to live with only the absolute essentials in their lives so that they could focus on their faith and become closer to a supreme power. They found that, by eschewing everyday luxuries, they could develop a greater understanding of themselves and their beliefs.

Yet, these days, things are very different. Very few people are living this kind of basic and simple lifestyle. Most of us have fallen into a trap of wanting more than just the basics. We have fallen prey to the media and marketers’ message that the secret to a happy life is to own more by having more of everything; more money, more success, more possessions and more technology.

Yet, those of us who seek to accrue an endless stream of possessions usually come to learn over time that the promise of happiness that advertisers dangle in front of us couldn’t be more false. The real secret to finding happiness and peace is to think in terms of subtraction rather than addition. Less is more when it comes to finding satisfaction in life and peace of mind.

Essentially, at its core, minimalism is all about living with less. While that can be taken literally as having fewer possessions, it has more far-reaching implications for the way that you live your life. The concept behind minimalist living is learning to identify the things which are important and then focusing down on those things while eradicating everything else which is deemed to be unimportant from your life.

The Misunderstandings About Minimalist Living

As you might imagine, there is a lot of misunderstandings about what minimalist living really means. Many people think that it means you can’t own a home or have a car. Others think that you’re restricted to only having as many possessions as you can fit into a small backpack or bag.

None of this is true. In fact, minimalism could best be described as intentionally promoting anything that you most value while removing anything which brings no value into your life. It is a concept that resonates differently with every individual. While for some, that may mean a great degree of elimination, for others, it may be much less extreme but no less beneficial.

The principle of minimalist living is to remove anything which could be considered as clutter from your everyday existence. This clutter may be physical, in the form of possessions that you simply don’t require, or it may be emotional or mental, for example, in the form of toxic relationships that are causing you unhappiness or stressful situations in which you find yourself. It means that you adjust your mindset and, in so doing, learn how you can live your life not only with greater purpose but also with greater peace.

What is a Life of Intentionality?

When you opt for a minimalist lifestyle, you’re opting for a life of intentionality. What does this mean? It means that you’re intentionally making time, space and room for all the things which you love and value, while simultaneously eliminating all that could distract you from really enjoying and appreciating those things to the max.

You’re opting for a lifestyle in which you intentionally choose which possessions you should own and what you’re going to do with them for yourself without relying on convention or pressure from external forces. You’re also choosing how that will impact on your way of thinking and living, and how it will change your perspective on your own life.

It may seem like an unusual concept. After all, we’re more used to following the herd and accepting what everyone else does as the norm. However, if you take this way of living onboard, you’ll be surprised at the benefits you can reap. Minimalism brings with it a host of benefits which are well known to those who practice this way of living. Those who extol its virtues say that minimalist living is an effective tool to help you to find freedom from worry, fear, guilt, and depression.

With around a quarter of us suffering from mental health issues at any one time, it’s no wonder that so many people are now questioning whether minimalist living could be the right way to go. So, could you benefit from making these changes in your life? Here, you can learn more about how switching to a more minimalistic approach to everyday life can help you to enjoy greater freedom, to improve your relationships, to become more successful in your professional life and, most importantly, to experience greater satisfaction and happiness across all areas of your life daily.

Health Tips For Seniors PLR Ebook

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Introduction

As you age, your body and mind changes, and so does what you need to stay healthy. Regular physicals, dental check-ups, medications, eye exams – the list of a senior’s health needs goes on.

It can certainly feel overwhelming at times, but the older we get, the more important it is that we are diligent in making sure we stay on top of our overall health and that we’re vigilant in being as active as possible.

Making your health, both mentally and physically, a top priority is key to living the happiest and longest life possible.

This special report, dedicated to seniors, reveals some of the ways you can get started quickly and easily. If you want to become as healthy as possible while looking and feeling your very best, this is the information you’ve been looking for.

So without further delay, let’s begin!

Important Note: It’s important that you seek the advice and approval from your health care provider prior to making any drastic changes to your diet or exercise.

Tip #1: Healthy Weight

It all begins with developing healthy habits that will increase longevity and help you feel and look as good as you possibly can.

One thing to keep in mind is your overall weight.  Seniors often struggle with being underweight which is typically a result of not eating enough nutrient-dense foods. If this is the case, you’ll want to re-evaluate your diet and create a plan that includes the important nutrients that may be currently missing.

On the other hand, obviously being overweight is equally as unhealthy.  If you struggle with keeping your weight down, consider talking to a dietitian that specializes in creating well-balanced meal plans for seniors.

What is a healthy weight for you?

There are two standard measures used when determining a healthy weight.  This includes:

Determining your BMI (Body mass index). This takes into account your weight and height.  A BMI score of 18.5-24.9 is typically indicative of a healthy diet and is ideal for seniors.

Measuring your waist and hips. This will give you a good idea as to whether you’re carrying a lot of extra weight. 

A circumference of more than 35 inches in women or 40 inches in men can mean that you’re a higher risk of health problems including diabetes so you want to keep an eye on this.

Tip #2: Stay Positive

Your mind is a powerful thing and staying positive and hopeful, despite the obstacles you’ll face, will help you not only learn to cope with the changes in your life, but it will reduce stress and anxiety which will lead to a longer lifespan.

Here are a few ways to get started:

Be Grateful: Consider keeping a gratitude journal that documents your day-to-day life, paying attention to the blessings in your life and its many joys.

It’s easy to take things for granted, so by taking steps to faithfully acknowledge the good times will help you cope when times get tough. Look for the silver lining in problem areas and remember that every lesson in life helps you grow!

Express Your Feelings: Don’t bottle up your emotions. It’s normal to feel nervous or worried about the future, but burying your feelings can lead to bitterness, anger and anxiety. 

By being open and honest with those in your life that you trust the most, you’ll be better equipped to process those emotions in a healthy way.

Let It Go: There’s no point in stressing about the things you can’t change, right? Instead, identify the areas in your life that are beyond your control and learn to let them go. 

I know, easier said than done, but if you put an honest effort into trying to let go, you’ll not only minimize your stress levels but you’ll free up time to improve the areas of your life that are in your control.

Tip #3: Find Purpose

As we age, it’s common for us to get stuck in old habits and routines.  Unfortunately, allowing ourselves to become a creature of habit can restrict us in exploring new hobbies, passions and interests that improve the quality of life.

One of the keys to healthy aging is continuing to find meaning, purpose and newfound joys in your life.  It keeps us focused and balanced, our minds sharp and our souls nourished.

Top Juicing Recipes PLR Ebook

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Introduction

The truth is, juicing benefits everyone.

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to drop weight and slim down, or you want to boost your immune system so you can fight off diseases, juicing is your fast-pass to a healthier and happier you.

You see, juicing introduces your system to a wide variety
of vitamins and antioxidants, while reinforcing your immune system with the important nutrients it needs to fight disease.

In reality, few people ever get the vitamins and nutrients they need each day. However, with juicing, you’re able to send a quick and plentiful supply of important nutrients to your body without the need to digest all that fiber.

It’s also one of the easiest ways to digest 2-3 pounds of vegetables in one day! Yes, even if you hate vegetables.

Juicing also increases your energy levels so you can get more done each day, while providing your body with important antioxidants that neutralizes free radicals in your body that will leave you feeling focused with a clear mind.

And if you’re a creative person or you work in a demanding profession, juicing can help you boost the quality of your work by fueling your brain with the nutrients it needs to perform at its best!

So, what exactly is juicing?

Quite simply, juicing is drinking your food.  Rather than forcing your body to digest solids, you are giving it a break by fueling your system with a generous supply of nutrients that are easily (and quickly) absorbed into your bloodstream.

Many people begin to see the transformation quickly. In fact, here are just a few examples of what juicing can do for you:

Major boost in energy
Clear, glowing skin
Quick weight loss
Improved sleep quality
Boost in mental clarity and focus
Soft, shiny hair and nails
Improved digestion

It can also eliminate migraines and help you reduce joint paint. 

So, have you read enough? Are you ready to enter the world of juicing with our top recipes that will help you look and feel better than ever before?

Then let’s get started!

Juicing For Rapid Weight Loss

The truth about juicing is that it’s far more than just an easy way to introduce a wide range of essential vitamins and nutrients into your system. It’s also a great way to detox your body for rapid fat-burning.

How does detoxing help you lose weight?

Detoxing your body frees you of harmful toxins that can make weight loss difficult, so by incorporating juicing into your weight-loss regimen, you’re able to speed up the fat-burning process, while ensuring you are getting the vitamins and nutrients you need to maintain your diet.

Experts say that you should eat 6-8 servings of vegetables each day, but as you can imagine, few people get what they need.  This is just one of the ways that juicing can help you lose weight: a hearty helping of vegetables will simply make you feel fuller longer, which will make it easier for you to control your appetite and stay on track.

Here are our top 4 juicing recipes for rapid weight loss:

Carrot Juice

Carrot juice is great for weight loss because it’s low in calories, yet full of important fiber. 

In addition, fiber keeps you feeling full, so drinking a large glass of carrot juice in the morning will make it easy for you to stay on track until lunch.

Carrot juice is also known to increase the levels of bile secretion which ultimately, helps you burn more fat.

Ingredients:
6-8 Carrots
¼ head of cabbage
½ cucumber
Piece of Ginger
½ teaspoon of black pepper

Directions:
Chop your carrots and cucumber into bite-size chunks and blend. Add cabbage, ginger and pepper. Pour into tall glass and add ice.

Like it Spicy? Just add ½ teaspoon of cayenne pepper to your blend.

Karela Juice

This bitter gourd is an incredibly powerful aid when it comes to fast weight loss due to its high level of dietary fiber. This fiber stimulates the liver so it can secrete bile acids which are required for metabolizing fat. 

It’s also very low in calories. In fact, a 100-gram serving of gourd contains just 17 calories!

Ingredients:
2 gourd
½ lemon
½ apple

Directions:
Peel the gourds and scoop out the white flesh and seeds. Chop into smaller sections. Next, soak the pieces in cold water for 20 minutes. Then, chop the apple and lemon into bite-size pieces.

Next, add the gourd, lemon and apple to your blender. If you want to reduce the bitterness, you can add honey to the mix.

Beet Juice

This juice will help you clear bile ailments from your system while cleansing away toxic components from your liver.  The healthier your liver is, the easier it is to lose weight because your liver works to metabolize fat quickly.

Ingredients:
1 Beet
2 Red Cabbage Leaves
3 Medium Carrots
1/2 Lemon
1 Orange
1/3 Pineapple
1 handful of spinach

Directions:
Chop the ingredients into bite-sized chunks and blend. Add a bit of ice and enjoy.

And here’s one more fat-burning recipe to try:

Lemonade Juice

When it comes to the top juices for rapid weight loss, this is one of the most refreshing, powerful blends of them all. 

Lemons are fat-burning powerhouses, so by combining them with the complexion-boosting vivacity of cucumbers, you’re able to enjoy rapid weight loss while improving the look and feel of your skin.

Artificial Intelligence In Digital Marketing MRR Ebook

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Being smart in business means knowing what’s just around the corner. It means thinking ahead and preparing for inevitable changes that will impact the way business is conducted. This is what allows a business to be resilient and to thrive in a changing environment. Digital marketing is no different. In fact, in his book The Personal MBA, author Josh Kaufman discusses the value of counterfactual simulation. This means imagining future possibilities and then preparing for them.

Let’s say that you have a big business that is doing well in a specific niche. Maybe you have a company that sells a whey protein shake. The mistake that some big businesses make is to assume that they’re too big to fail and to coast along as they are.

But what would happen if another company came along and released a better protein shake for a fraction of the price? What if a new source of protein were to be discovered? What if a study revealed that whey protein was bad for us? Any of these things could happen, and could completely shake up even the most established business.

The smart company though, will already have considered these eventualities and prepared for them. THIS is counterfactual simulation: it’s thinking about what’s just around the corner and then preparing for those possibilities.

As digital marketers, that means thinking about things that could impact on the face of marketing. And one of the things that could have the biggest impact of all? Artificial intelligence.

AI and machine learning have the potential to completely change the face of internet marketing, rendering many older strategies obsolete even. Only by preparing for those changes, can you ensure that your websites manage to hold their position in the SERPs, that your advertising campaigns remain profitable, and that your services remain relevant.

And a lot of this stuff isn’t just speculation: it’s happening right now. AI is already making huge waves even though you might not realize it yet.

It’s affecting the way that SEO works, the tools and software we use, and the way that ads are displayed. AI is able to think faster and smarter than any human, and that’s especially true when it comes to internet marketing which is a data driven pursuit. An AI marketer can create endless amounts of content in a second – doing the work of hundreds of humans. All of that content will be perfect catered toward the target demographic. AI will run Google. It will manage entire business models. It will run AdWords. And it will run new tools we haven’t even dreamed up yet. The digital marketing singularity is just around the corner. This book will help you to prepare, and explain a number of concepts:

• AI vs Machine Learning
• How to conduct SEO now that Google is an “AI first” company
• Chatbots
• Programmatic advertising
• Big data
• RankBrain
• Digital assistants
• Data science
• SQL
• Latent Semantic Indexing
• The future of internet marketing

In this book, you will gain a crystal ball with which to gaze into the future of internet marketing, and to ensure that you are ready for all those changes when they come. By the end, you’ll be better prepared and in a better position than 99.9% of other marketers.

Before we go further, we should first take a look at precisely what AI and machine learning actually are. These are two related but also distinct terms, which often get confused. Both will impact on marketing, but in different and unique ways.

AI then is artificial intelligence. That means software and hardware designed to act and appear intelligent. Such software is capable of making meaningful choices, and conducting activities that we would normally consider the remit of humans.

AI comes in two broad flavors. One is weak AI, which is also known as narrow AI. Weak AI is essentially a form of AI that is designed to perform a specific job.

An example of this is the self-driving car. This form of AI is capable of knowing the positions of countless cars on the road, and being able to respond by steering, accelerating, breaking etc. If you were to watch a self-driving car from the outside, you might think a human were driving. In that way, it does a job that would normally be considered a human role.

BUT at the same time, you can’t speak with a self-driving car and you can’t ask it how it’s feeling. A self-driving car would certainly not pass the Turing Test!

Note: The Turing test is a test designed to measure the effectiveness of an AI. If you talk to an AI on a chat app, and you don’t know that it isn’t human, then it is considered to have “passed the Turing test.” Another example of weak AI is used when creating bad guys in computer games. These use programming in order to behave in a human-like manner, and to provide a challenge for the player.

However, the code is only useful in the context of the video game, and so it’s not about to turn into Skynet any time soon!

Weak AI might not sound as exciting, but it is being used for a huge range of extremely exciting things – from helping to treat disease, to improving the economy.

Conversely, the type of AI that we often see in science fiction, is what we know as “general AI.” This is AI that doesn’t have just one purpose, but that is designed to do everything that a human might be able to do. So you could play a word game with this AI, ask it how it’s feeling, or get it to look up something useful.

An example of a general AI is DeepMind, owned by Google. DeepMind is a company that has developed a “neural network,” that employs “general learning algorithms” to learn a huge range of different skills.

Many AIs such as IBM’s Watson are actually pre-programmed. That means that they work using a kind of flow chart, and will answer questions with the same answer every time. On the other hand, DeepMind is apparently able to think and respond via a “convolutional neural network.” Certain behaviors and reinforced and encouraged, and these will begin to become more prominent. This isn’t a perfect simulation of how a human brain works (cognitive behavioral psychology teaches us the importance of having internal dialogues and models for thinking), however it is the closest thing we currently have to a “true” general intelligence.

Machine Learning

Machine learning on the other hand works differently. Machine learning utilizes huge data sets in order to gain surprising and almost frightening capabilities at times.

Machine learning essentially allows a piece of software to be “trained.” An obvious example of this would be computer vision.

Computer vision describes the ability that some machines have to understand visual information. An example is Google Lens, which can tell you what you’re pointing your phone’s camera at, whether that’s a type of flower, or a product you can buy in stores. Computer vision is necessary for self-driving cars to successfully navigate their environments, and it’s used by apps like Snapchat which use filters to change people’s faces.

How do these work? By looking at thousands and thousands of pictures of every type of object. While the machine learning algorithm will never understand what it is looking at, it can look for patterns in the data which will then be useful to identify those objects in future. For example, it might notice that faces are typically oval in shape, with a dark patch of hair on top. It then knows that if it sees an oval shape with a dark patch at the top, it’s possibly looking at a face. Machine learning has HUGE potential in just about every field. In futur e, it can be used to diagnose disease more accurately than a human doctor, to advise on financial decisions, to identify fraudulent bank transfers, and much more.

All of this has HUGE potential implications for internet marketing, and that’s what we’ll be exploring in the following chapters.

A while ago now, Google announced that it had become an AI-first company. While that might sound like meaningless marketing babble, the truth is that this determination actually has HUGE potential repercussions for marketers, businesses, and SEO.

Happiness Through Selfcare MRR Ebook

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Introduction

Life would be that much easier if you loved yourself. Too many people live with low self-esteem. Too many other people are simply indifferent toward themselves.

When was the last time your Mum asked if you were ‘looking after yourself’? Can you honestly say that you are?

Too often, we place too much pressure on ourselves, or we expect too much of ourselves. We are constantly working hard toward our goals, and we beat ourselves up if we are anything other than perfect in that pursuit.

Is it any surprise we are often over-tired, malnourished, and depressed?

What a difference it would make if you spent time looking after yourself. If you surrounded yourself with friends who loved you, if you gave yourself a break every now and then, and if you told yourself you were doing great.

What if you really loved who you were, and you were satisfied with what you had?

Simple: you’d be content. You’d be healthier, happier, and more fulfilled. And that feeling would emanate from you and affect everyone you interacted with.

How do you get from here to there?

In this book, we will see that this requires a two-pronged assault. We need to change our thinking and the way we consider ourselves, and we also need to change the way we look after ourselves. What we eat, how we spend our time, and how we control our environment.

I liken this to looking after yourself the way a mother might look after her children. That means not only taking care of yourself physically by grooming, feeding, and making sure that everything else is done right – but also taking care of yourself emotionally. When you’re down, a good mother will tell you not to worry, and that you’re great. If we treated ourselves like this and internalized that kind of affection, the world would be an easier, kinder place.

Each chapter in this book will tackle one of these aspects, and by the end we’ll have a blueprint of self-care that will nourish our health, and our soul!

Chapter 1: Self-Care Using CBT and Mindfulness

First, we start by changing the way we talk to ourselves. And this begins with mindfulness and CBT.

CBT, or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, is the current favourite approach in clinical psychology and it is going to be one of the most important tools in this book for transforming the way we view ourselves.

Where once every counsellor you went to was using psychodynamic principles to treat patients, today they are all using CBT (or an integrative approach). While it’s probably only a matter of time before a new school comes along and knocks CBT off the top spot, it still represents a powerful tool that the NHS in the UK and many others have used to quickly and cheaply improve the lives of millions of patients. The ‘quickly and cheaply’ parts are also crucial as they mean that anyone can apply the principles and see immediate benefit, improving their self-esteem with no need to spend tonnes of money and time on counselling. Obviously if your symptoms persist you should seek professional help, but until then you can try some DIY to see if CBT is what you need to improve your self-concept.

A Brief History and Explanation

Essentially, CBT is composed of two concepts – behaviourism and cognitive psychology (as the name might suggest). Behaviourism is the old school of thought that states how we learn to associate an event with an outcome to such a degree that we can begin treating the event as the outcome.

For example, in Pavlov’s famous experiment using dogs, he taught his canine subjects to salivate at the sound of the bell by getting them used to hearing the bell while they ate.

This applies to your self esteem, in that you can end up having physical reactions to conditions where you’re put under pressure. For example, you might find that in social situations you find yourself trembling or sweating as through your perception you’ve learned to associate them with leading to embarrassment or humiliation. Alternatively, you might find yourself feeling depressed or lethargic when you’re attempting something new if you’ve failed several times in the past. Here the bad outcomes act as ‘reinforcement’, instructing you that your ambitions are doomed to failure. This is a learning mechanism that we’ve evolved which normally helps us to avoid making mistakes and which is generally adaptive in most situations. In modern society however there are times when it’s misplaced and can be psychologically damaging.

Behavioural therapy to cure such associations involves ‘reassociation’. This would mean teaching yourself to learn that putting yourself out on a limb can lead to positive outcomes too. You might achieve this by going to lots of social settings that you know you’ll enjoy, or by trying lots of new things that you think you’ll be good at.

You should also make sure you surround yourself with positive people who will compliment and encourage you rather than put you down. This way you will also be getting constant reinforcement that you’re a worthwhile and capable person.

Since behaviourism though, psychology has moved on realising that there is a conscious aspect in many of our problems. This is the crucial contribution that CBT makes by introducing a cognitive aspect to our brain and to our anxieties.

In the case of problems like low self-esteem, the cognitive aspect could be negative ruminations where you think about how everything will go wrong, negative self-talk or talking yourself out of doing things.

In the next chapter, we’ll look at how you can use this important added component in order to silence the “inner critic” for greater peace and happiness.

Chapter 2: Silencing the Inner Critic

Patients with low self-esteem will often describe how they have a ‘little voice’ in the back of their head constantly telling them they’re going to fail. Other concepts in CBT are ‘over generalisation’, whereby you assume that because you’ve failed at one task you are going to fail at all tasks, and ‘false hypotheses’, where you incorrectly predict that you’re going to fail at your tasks. We will be employing CBT techniques in order to help overcome this self-doubt.

Mindfulness

CBT practitioners then have devised various methods that you can use to combat these problems. One of the most commonly used of these is actually borrowed from meditation and is known as ‘mindfulness’. Here patients are instructed to find a quiet place and to sit down with their eyes closed. Much like in meditation they are then instructed to reflect on their inner thoughts. This doesn’t mean that they should attempt to clear their minds however, instead they are instructed to merely ‘watch’ thoughts as they pass by without engaging in them, merely observing the content of their brains as they might watch clouds passing in the sky. This way they can identify the kinds of things they are thinking and in particular any destructive thoughts they might be having.

As patients get better at this they are supposed to be able to do it during day to day activities and then intervene; spotting the negative and damaging thoughts and seeing them for what they are.

Most negative ruminations are illogical and even if they aren’t they certainly do more harm than good, so learning to spot them and then put an end to them is a valuable skill. Similarly, to aid in this culture of mindfulness, patients are asked to keep diaries of their thoughts and activities – then to read them back and see how anything they’ve said or done could be disruptive to their selfimage.

Positive Self-Talk

You can also counter these negative thoughts with positive ones, utilising ‘positive self talk’ to reaffirm your worth. Here you should make sure to focus on your good point, and to remember compliments you may have received in the past. Instead of telling yourself you’re fat constantly, replace this with reminders about your nice eyes or straight teeth. You’d be surprised by how affective this can be.

Hypothesis Testing

Patients are also told to practice ‘hypothesis testing’, where they are encouraged to test their false hypotheses hopefully realising that they are unfounded. For example, if a patient is scared to speak in public because they are concerned they’ll stutter and fail, then they are encouraged to actually try speaking in public to find out if this is in fact the case. More often than not they’ll find it isn’t. This also works to prevent over generalisation and again as a way to counter any negative associations they’ve developed.

So, if you’re suffering from low self-esteem then you might want to try applying these principles to your life. Make sure you continue to go out and to challenge yourself, even if you genuinely are less than skilled at what it is you want to achieve this is the only way you are going to improve.

Becoming reclusive will only give you more time to ruminate and send you into a downward spiral. Similarly, surround yourself with positive friends and colleagues and try to focus on the good aspects of what you do. Support yourself with positive self-talk and try to catch yourself having negative thoughts and stamp them out. If this still doesn’t work, then it’s perhaps time to seek help from a professional who can talk you through the process.

Affiliate Marketing Profits PLR Ebook

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Affiliate Marketing Profits

One way to grow a business is to create a strong sales force. Building your own sales force used to be very expensive, and due to that it was a substantial barrier to entry for product creators. Thankfully, due to the advent of amazing online tracking technology, you can not only become a salesperson yourself for many different products and creators, but you can also create your own products to sell.

Using affiliate technology, you can also build a sales force that can bring in multiple six figures and even millions of dollars - all without hiring employees. You only pay your sales force (affiliates) if they make a sale. As an affiliate (salesperson), you only earn money if you make a sale.

It sounds simple, and it really is. However, it’s a good idea to learn all you can about affiliate marketing before you jump in. Learning about affiliate marketing and the various ways you can maximize your earnings will push your business to the next level and take you toward being the true CEO of your business.

To be successful with making affiliate marketing profits you’ll need to find your niche, discover the right products to promote, create your own products, find the right affiliates to market them, and keep your affiliates motivated. It all starts with finding and understanding your niche.

=> Finding Your Niche

The very first thing you need to do if you want to make money as an affiliate marketer - whether you’re going to make money selling other people’s products or your own (best to do both) - is that you need to figure out who you want to work with and what niche you want to be part of.

Who Do You Want to Work With?

One way to figure out the type of people you’d like to work with or help is to look inside yourself to find your interests and passions. If you really enjoy being around certain people and you know about their hopes, desires, and needs due to being part of that audience yourself, that’s one way to do it as you will already have insight.

However, don’t let this give you an excuse not to do your research. Your experiences, even as part of your niche audience, are subjective and real results may be very different than you imagine. Try describing your ideal customer in one or two sentences to help you move forward.

Who Serves That Audience Now?

Once you have identified a potential niche audience, it always helps to look at the competition. After all, if this niche has no competition, is it really a profitable niche? Some people will say that you should go for the low competition niches, but it's better to go for the niche that offers enough potential customers for you to reach your income goals if your conversion rate matches industry standards.

For example, if there are 1000 potential customers, and according to your research there is a 4 to 7 percent conversion rate, and you know that you can get your materials and information in front of those 1000 customers, you may get at most 70 customers from a campaign. Is your price point high enough for those 70 customers to make you profitable?

What Skills and Solutions Can You Offer This Niche?

Do you have specialized education, experience, or knowledge that makes you particularly suited for this niche? You don’t have to be part of the audience to do well in a niche.

For example, if you have identified a niche that needs someone to advise them on products to use for their love of camping which are different from what’s out there, you can still learn about it and serve the audience even if you have no camping experience or appreciation of camping. Maybe instead of direct experience, you have resources that enable you to pay people with subject matter expertise to create your business.

What Makes You Different?

Always look at yourself too. What makes you different from your competition? What skills can you offer to this niche that others can’t? How can you stand out from the crowd? Are you going to approach the niche in a different way than the others? For example, if you’re a business coach, are you buttoned up or a free spirit? Whatever you are, you’re going to attract an entirely different segment of your audience base than someone who is different from you.

Check an Affiliate Network for Products That Serve That Audience

The other thing you want to do is ensure that any niche you choose is profitable. Asking yourself if it’s profitable is an important question. Just because you have internet and passion doesn’t make it a profitable niche. What makes it profitable is that the target audience exists in enough quantity and has enough money to buy the solutions you create and offer.

Once you narrow down some options, the primary considerations are whether your niche idea is profitable or not, and whether you have the skills to proceed or not - either skills you learn or skills you buy from others. Choose a niche that you like that can provide enough profit and that you know how to serve.

Internet Marketing For Complete Beginners MRR Ebook

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So, you want to get started with internet marketing? As an internet marketer, you’ll be able to earn money from the comfort of your home, with no limit as to how far you can scale and grow your business. It’s highly rewarding, and it’s a skill that you can use to land jobs, or market to other companies, too.

In short, you’ve made a very good decision!

Perhaps you’ve seen friends, or people online who seem to be earning money from the comfort of their home – and doing very well at it indeed. Now it’s time to give it a go yourself! There’s just one problem: it’s all rather complicated. If you’re not familiar with the world of internet marketing, then you might even be wondering how it’s even possible to earn money online without

selling anything physical! It seems like everyone is promoting eachother and no one is actually shipping any physical products. Then there is all the jargon: PPC, affiliate marketing, display ads, SEO, SMO, CTR, CPA…

It’s all a bit daunting and it’s certainly not clear how or where to start. Read on then, and we’ll take a look at everything you need to know in order to become a master of internet marketing and to start making lots of money online.

Chapter 1 – How to Choose a Niche to Target

The first step to creating an online business is to choose what kind of online business you want to create. This starts by choosing a niche – what is the subject matter you will be dealing with?

In this chapter, you will learn how to do this, and you will see how this initial decision goes on to influence every other step. What is a Niche and Why Does it Matter?

Every site should have a niche which describes the kind of thing that you will be writing about and the people you will be writing it for. Your site might be a 'general' site or a personal blog that doesn't stick to any particular topic, but even then there will be at least a 'theme' or a feel tying it together. You might write about books, coffee and the city, but that's still a niche in its way and it's one that will attract a very specific type of person.

And knowing and understanding your niche is incredibly important if you hope to be able to make a success of your site. Unfortunately, too many webmasters do not really fully understand their niche and their sites tend to suffer as a result.

Essentially you should know what your niche is. For most site owners or bloggers this will be an incredibly easy question to answer: the site will probably be about 'football' or 'technology' and that's fairly easy to define.

If your site is more general though, then make a list of all the topics that you write about regularly and then think about a) what ties them together, and b) what kind of person will read them. You've probably created a new niche for yourself, but as long as your future content meets those same criteria then you will be on the money.

The niche you pick should primarily be determined by your own interests. If you’re going to be living and breathing your blog for the next 10 years, then this NEEDS to be something you’re keen to learn and write about.

What’s more, is that you won’t be able to deliver really unique and valuable content if you don’t know anything about the topic! And hiring professional writers won’t guarantee that you’ll find someone who has a real passion and interest for the topic. While that’s true, you also need to consider the viability of the niche choice. How competitive is it? Do you stand a chance against the biggest sites? How profitable and monetizable is it? We’ll get onto this more in future chapters, but the subject you choose should be something that people are willing to spend money on and that has lots of opportunities for informational products.

Finance is the very best niche in this regard because there is so much money to be made on that subject. But likewise, you’ll find that you can make a lot of money writing about dating, fitness, or other topics that speak to a fundamental human need in this way. Why You Should Get More Specific When Choosing

Your Niche

But in order to really succeed – and to gain an edge over the competition - you need to go a little deeper. Sure, your site might be a technology website, but what kind of technology do your write about? Who are you writing for? And what is the purpose of your site?

For instance, you might write about all kinds of technology but find that you seem to stick more to technology that's just around the corner. Perhaps you write lots of big previews for technology that's coming. And perhaps you write in a very technical way that is clearly aimed at people who know their stuff?

This is a very different niche from a site that reviews basic commercial technology in a style that can appeal to the average customer.

Again then, you will have created your own niche that should be completely unique. You might make a football site sure, but is it a dry site that deals with a detailed overview of football for real fanatics? Or is it a more gossip filled site that's aimed at the typical 'bloke'? Again, these are slightly different niches and it's important to recognise the difference.

If you can be consistent with your precise niche, then you will find that your site offers something that not every other site does. You will have a specific audience and people who particularly like the way you approach the topic. Stick to your guns and you can make your site highly successful as a result.

The Power of Creating Your Own Niche

That said though, there are few niches left that have a good number of people interested but that nevertheless don't have too much overcrowding in the marketplace. This is particularly difficult when you consider how important it also is that you actually be interested in the niche that you're going to be dealing with so regularly from now on and that you actually know a thing or two about it too.

So how do you standout without limiting your appeal or writing about something dull? Well one solution is to come up with your own niche and to create a website that will be unlike any other. Here we will look at how you can potentially accomplish that.

Sites That Don't Fit Nicely Into Boxes

When you browse the web for inspiration on niches for your website, you will often find lists of categories such as 'fitness', 'making money', 'football', 'film' and others like these. Not every site though has to fit neatly into a category like this - it is possible to come up with a completely unique angle and to create a niche that wasn't there before.

Take http://www.lifehacker.com for instance and http://www.lifehack.org. These sites exist in the same niche but go back a decade and that niche wouldn't have existed. These sites tie together lots of themes using a 'way of life' or 'attitude' to gel it all together. In this case that attitude is the 'hacker' attitude - where DIY applies to everything from selfimprovement to making money; but you could just as easily build a site around any other central idea like this.