How To Research Facebook To Find Profitable Topics

So, you’ve decided to try your hand at making money online by blogging. Well, that’s great. Now you have to answer the number one question that every new blogger will run into.

“What On Earth Shall I Blog About?”

Sound familiar? Well don’t worry, you’re not alone. And there’s some good news for you as well. Not many people know what they want to blog about when they’re just getting started. That’s why Yaro Starak and Gideon Shalwick of Become a Blogger have just created a special X-Factor Strategy video that shows you how to use Facebook to find profitable topics.

If you’re in any doubt as to what you should be blogging about, this X-Factor strategy video will get you off to a great start. The video is an elaboration of one of the X-Factor strategies inside Yaro and Gideon’s report – The Roadmap To Become A Blogger, which has already been downloaded 8,789 times in the last week.

The video looks at a little-known feature of the social media giant Facebook, and shows you how to use it to your advantage and uncover multiple exploitable niche areas. Enjoy!

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Since Yaro and Gideon opened Become a Blogger Premium, 500 people have signed up for the service. Quality videos like the one above is a major reason for the success of the product. If you haven’t signed up yet, you still have some time left to take advantage of the $27 per month opening price. But better get a move on. After December 11, the price will increase to $47 per month.

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39 thoughts on “How To Research Facebook To Find Profitable Topics”

  1. Still a great deal even at the higher price. So no huge need to rush into things I suppose!

    1. Trevor says:

      Agreed. Finding a profitable niche might go a long way later on.

  2. Sohail says:

    The course sounds promising but looks like its for bloggers in early stage more things on getting started etc

  3. JWRmedia says:

    Ive never used facebook before. With all the social networking options out there, its hard to choose the ones you want to use.

    Im starting off with just a few then will possibly add Facebook to the list.

    1. Li Weng says:

      You’d definitely want to make full use of twitter. I hardly do much on it, only updated about 500 times and yet I get floods of traffic from it.

      1. Twitter is a good place to start and remember you have to converse with people. This is the whole principle of the internet. I have found that I am making friends (replies to tweets) with those that have more than 20k followers. The best way to start is sign up and follow people that have followers (look at chows posts on twitter) and darrens new one as resources.

  4. Well Facebook is my all time favorite. I have been using it even before i start up for website. Initially, i used it to keep in touch with friends and make new friends as well..

    When i launched my love blog – Cupid Blogger Dot Com last week, 20% of the traffic was from Facebook when i made notification via status updates or shootout.

    I have read “The Roadmap To Become A Blogger” and surprisingly that i am applying the X-factor without knowing it. But i would definitely recommend this roadmap to any individual who knows nothing about blogging or blogging newbies πŸ™‚

    Check out Cupid Blogger Dot Com for more love and relationship tips

    1. Li Weng says:

      That’s pretty impressive traffic percentage from facebook. I hardly get any traffic from facebook, I actually get more from myspace. But then again, I’m not that active on facebook, which could explain why.

  5. Poker says:

    Really cool article, thank you for the tips.

  6. I'm Doomed says:

    $27 per month?!

    Are you kidding me?!

    The video above, which you described as a “quality video”, should be renamed ‘Captain Obvious talks about Facebook’. Seriously, if you need to pay $27 a month to know how to operate Facebook…calmly step away from the internet.

    BecomeaBlogger is just another example of desperate people feeding upon other desperate people to make a buck. Disgusting.

    1. Jon says:

      Their market is for novices new to the web, not professional self-entitled know it alls such as yourself. I found it interesting even if I have no interest in social media… I did have to fast forward quite a bit though. They could be doing far worse, like stealing candy from kids… all they are doing is providing value to people who see it as such.

      Jon – Create Unique Memories

      1. Well said. I can’t stand snotty people.

    2. Li Weng says:

      That’s correct. The people who are already experienced with facebook wouldn’t be purchasing this product anyway, so obviously they’re not in the target market. Given the experience of the target market, they have 2 options, to spend money or to spend time figure it out for themselves. There’s always a trade-off for everything. It’s either time or money in this case. For the people who want to save some time, the option is the spend money to learn the knowledge and experience form someone else.

      1. BusinessX says:

        Not only for knowledge is the time or money idiom true, but in traffic as well. Which is interesting, considering those who could use the Facebook info most (for traffic) will still be poised with the money question.

    3. Takumi86 says:

      You’re absolutely right, i don think $27/month its a worthwhile even for becoming an expert blogger. I myself prefer to become a professional blogger by seeing what other people like. There are many place where you can get inspired, for example in Digg, you can see how many people are digging the story so you at least should know what people are really interested.

  7. well, nice video
    cleared my lots of doubts about facebook.
    thanks for sharing πŸ˜€

  8. That’s pretty impressive traffic percentage from facebook. I never tried getting traffic from facebook

  9. Melissa says:

    I downloaded the book but haven’t read through it yet. I’ve used Facebook in the past for traffic purposes but didn’t get much from it. However, maybe the book has more tips that I need to check out.

    1. I still need to download the book. Sounds extremely informative.

  10. The video is great quality…but definitely for true noobs. I am relatively new to blogging, but this is really basic. They should probably office something above a beginner level so that some people are not turned off by their offering. I know these guys know their stuff.

  11. DollarDevil says:

    Facebook generates a significant amount of my traffic as well. I generally used Facebook to keep in touch with friends and collaborate on the next party or bar night.

    Since I’m relatively fresh out of high school, using twitter and face book simultaneously allows me to keep all my high school friends current about my blog. As well as direct potential profit my way as well.

  12. Yaro says:

    Gotta love the people who insult beginners who think all this stuff is obvious.

    Remember not everyone is at the same level. If I show a video of how to split test headlines in email newsletters then the advanced people might go “that’s amazing” while the beginners go “what’s AWeber?”.

    Don’t ever assume anything about a market or a person, give them something and see what they think and then, maybe then, start drawing conclusions about what they want.

    1. Li Weng says:

      I think the target market is more older people who are starting out and not so internet-savvy right?

  13. Ben Pei says:

    Never really thought that you could research facebook for find topics..

  14. Wow, I never thought of that before. But which better place to search for current hot topics than a socila media network like facebook. Very smart John, and that’s quite a great hack you’re sharing.

  15. Rafael Rosa says:

    No offense, but this video seems like more of the kind of useless information aimed at bloggers 101.

    and by the way, if you don’t know how to create a facebook account…and want to do work online…you’re in trouble.

    This video could have been done by saying the following one line: ” Go to facebook, look for a group topic you may be interested in writing about, then check to see if group members engage themselves”


  16. uwak says:

    face book is my favourite social media……. nice posting

  17. Linda says:

    Who is this aimed at 8 years olds or old grannies who are on the internet for the first time?

  18. game-girl says:

    My family use Facebook to come in touch with relatives and classmates all over the world. But isn’t it quite obligatory in blogging?

  19. game-girl says:

    The social networking options are useful for sure. But there are the other ways to do the same.

  20. Wow, nothing but the best from Yaro. Gotta respect all the free information him and his blog give. Thanks for sharing this video!

  21. game-girl says:

    I am lack of time extremely. Everything is so curious and sounds attractive. But no need to rush… Now I have a ” out of sight, out of mind situation”

  22. Nick says:

    Wow, that video was a waste of 10 minutes of my life…I never thought of looking through Facebook groups to find post topics before, but I didn’t really need the tutorial on joining and creating groups :S

  23. gendut says:

    thanks for sharing tips for getting nice topics

  24. game-girl says:

    Good gracious! What is this brawl about/ Yaro says that everyone is at his level of development and experience. That’s so. Most of people approve the mode.

  25. game-girl says:

    I think highly of all the commentors. But ‘I’m doomed”s opinion is a surprise for me.Why should I step away if I don’t know anything? I’ll get to know it tomorrow.Don’t think I’m teaching you manners. Pardon!

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