For one, we already know it is profitable and by how much too. A random visitor couldn't tell that by just visiting the site.
And, i wager, every radar user can at least set up a blog. Hence making everyone a potential competitor.
Ah....you hurt me bro.
You are trying too hard to defend this weirdass situation
Looky here; the point am trying to establish is simple, it happened in the US/EU it will happen here; Domination of lucrative niches.
There is a very popular example in the early AM days in the US, a little known affiliate was creaming 6 figures in sales monthly off selling bird cages online, the top affiliate communities never knew of this lucrative niche till he made local headlines selling the site for $600K or so. Selling bird cages, buddy, just bird cages.
A partner of mine made X million Euros off commissions selling small loans in Sweden, Finland, Denmark etc during the global economic slump of 2008 upwards. Nobody tells you want they are doing, what niches are profitable until they're done milking it.
SEO boast? You kidding me. I will show you guys with machineries that can rank for 'Insurance' on Google /Bing/Yahoo in under 10 months with a brand new URL. Only to be penalized after a manual review or something, before which they've raked in $XX millions in commissions. Some very Blackhat Sh*t. Google fights these guys off every single day.
I cut my teeth playing major league SEO, so i know. Its an Entire industry bro.
Imagine going to a forum like Wickedfire/DP/WF (and these are the whitehat forums) and out a lucrative niche you've been sitting on, in just weeks bro, you'd be knocked out of the 1st page ranking for every useful keyword, its that brutal.
I wager, things will get equally brutal here with time. So if OP wants to keep his URL/Niche secret only to out it with interested persons in a PM, then by all means.
@xolubi why would i validate my investor by interest in what am selling, rather than in what my bottomline is saying to them? So if he/she doesn't buy from me, then s/he isn't an interested investor? Interesting logic!