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There are some talented bloggers out there…

Bloggers who have massive followings within your target market. It would be foolish (at least, not all that snappy) to let all this knowledge go to waste. You can exploit “how-to’s” and “I hate’s” in blogs just like you can in forums. To get started on your quest to validate your membership idea through blog research, get back on Google and type:


Spend a reasonable amount of time researching the top blogs related to your words or phrases (~30-60 mins should be sufficient; use your judgment).

Note: Be sure to experiment with the “People also ask” section about halfway down the Google search results page and the “Searches related to [YOUR KEYWORD/PHRASE]” section at the bottom of the Google search results page.  The Google search example below is from the keyword [safari planning]:


1.1.3 Blogs

  • What are the top five blogs related to your key word or phrase?

    If your business doesn’t lend itself well to blogging, list the most popular websites. We’ve added an additional five fields as optional in case you need more space.
  • Additional Websites (for your convenience)

  • Dig Deeper...

    Again, take some time to do a deeper dive through the content on these blogs and take note of any key issues you see coming up over and over again in articles and with comments. What articles are shared the most? What do people enjoy talking about in this space? What is causing them trouble? Get a sense of the overall sentiments of the people actively participating in this market. Ask questions yourself. What else did you learn from your time on these blogs?
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