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is a blog dedicated to single serve and one cup coffee machines, coffee, and accessories.

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is a blog dedicated to razors, creams, gels, brushes, toners, moisturizers - anything shaving related for both men and women.

GPS receivers, GPS accessories - The weblog for those who love GPS’s and the things you can do with them.

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The Cooking
Daily recipes, cooking and wine news from around the web. We find the latest stuff for you!

Liquor Snob
News and tips on all things alcoholic, including beer and wine, breathalyzers, cocktails and spirits; plus drink recipes, booze reviews and more.

Product reviews and practical tips for living a more natural life.

The weblog for card, board, and real games you might play in the real world.

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Cheap Fun is on a mission to find the most luscious wines on the planet for under $20.

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August 20, 2008

Blogpire Featured in Information Week - 8 Ways To Make Money Online


Blog To A Specific Niche

In the spring of 2004, Jay Brewer launched a blog dedicated to an extremely specific subject: coffee makers that make only one cup of coffee at a time. Within a month, traffic doubled. Within two, it doubled again, and companies were asking to advertise on the site. The advertisers knew what Brewer had suspected: Readers who care enough to read about a very particular topic are likely to click on ads about that topic.
"Blogs that are about specific topics generate traffic from people who are either really interested in the topic or doing research," says Jay Brewer, CEO of Blogpire (, which operates subject-specific blogs on topics such as shaving equipment and GPS receivers, in addition to the aforementioned single-serve coffee makers.

More CIO InsightsWhite PapersHow to Use the Six Laws of Persuasion during a NegotiationCCNA v2.0 ReviewReportsHow CIOs Are Dealing With A Tough EconomyCoke Exploits Collaboration Technology To Keep Brand Relevant Some of the sites on blogpire have advertising and affiliate click through rates of up to ten percent, he says. Furthermore, the more specific the subject, the less competition it will face from other Web sites. A Google search for "dogs" yields about 278 million results. A Google search for "grooming products for Golden Retrievers" yields one result.
To bolster the revenue you receive from general advertising and affiliate programs, you can seek out individual advertisers whose products you might be featuring on your blog. While giant corporations aren't likely to advertise on your little Web site, their partners might. "Find the PR person's name and send them a note," Brewer says. "And don't dream too big. You don't have to have Philips or Sony as an advertiser. You can have an online site that sells products from Philips and Sony."

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