Build a Niche Store – 5 Steps for a Quick Install

{ Posted on Oct 17 2007 by adventurebear }
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12 Responses to “Build a Niche Store – 5 Steps for a Quick Install”

  1. Hope this is not too off topic, but was curious about your goals with BANS? On the digital point forum today, there was a thread titled “How many BANS/eBay stores is too many?”.

    I think this question is not discussed too often. Is it better to have one awesome BANS/ebay store front or 100? Also, are you worried about diverisification? Are you only putting eBay eggs in the affilate marketing basket?

    I myself am heavily invested in the eBay game, and I’m starting to look for other money making affiliate store programs to help diversify.

    Excellent blog by the way!

  2. Hi Hanji, Thanks for raising the question, it is a good one. I want to give the answer the attention it deserves and will write a post about this this coming week. Thanks for stopping by, too.

  3. Can’t wait to read what you have to say!


  4. I’ve been using BANS for a while. It’s a decent piece of software. But still you have to put in a lot of hard work into it. Thanks for the 5 steps to a quick install.

  5. BANS is great software. Not hard to set up at all, and after a little SEO + link building, it makes some nice money.

  6. I thought BANS was kinda tough at first but once I pulled my head out of my duffle bag…it is really easy. I started with one BANS site and now have over 100! BANS rocks!

  7. BANS is a great tool and it really saves you a lot of time. The main thing many people don’t do is you need a lot of sites/stores to make good money.

  8. BANS is great software and once you make a few sites, it’s really hard to stop yourself from making more. I think the first commenter makes a good point though. Everyone really needs to diversify, so as to insulate themselves, just in case something changes with EPN.

  9. Seems like a great tool, now I just have to buy a load of domains 😉

  10. BANS is an awesome script, however if you want real speed of install i would recommend a Hostgator reseller account, upload the BANS source files to the skeleton folder and then everytime you create a new bans site, the files are already copied into the site automatically. No waiting for files to upload. 😉

  11. Logo Design that is a good idea I never though about doing that. Bans used to be great until they changed their sign up payout, if they would have kept it at 25 bucks I would be making a fortune now instead I am getting sign ups in the 10 dollar range.

  12. BANS is a great piece of software to use. But if you want to make your store really succesful, you have to start attracting people to your store. So the next step is a good SEO campagne. So there’s alot of hard work to be done.

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