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Ben, I don't know that your URL is as important as your marketing. Get a good mailing list of fishermen (and women) in your area and write to them.
See if you can find bulletin boards, etc. at local fishing shops and post your business card - plus perhaps a brochure with photos of you fishing.
Do you sell homes on lakes, etc? Drop off some flyers at those fishing shops.
Be SURE to add your hobby to your real estate bio.
Write blog posts that mention fishing and the types of fish you catch. Offer to give newcomers tips on where to go and what tackle and bait to use.
Winter Haven, FL
I looked at your site. My two cents: It needs images up in the header. Perhaps a photograph of one of those snappers with the girl in the bikini? lol
No really put some photographs on the top with Reel Real estate I think you also could write some copy about defining "reel" and real - don't ofrget to label all the images so google can read them
Winter Haven, FL
Niches are good.
It is okay.
Are you getting enough hits on your site?
It's not the name, it's the content.
Ben DeHaven niche marketing is the best for lead generation as well as for business. What you focus on, expands!
Attracting new people could be hard because the search engines may not bring you up until 2nd and 3rd pages or later.
That is a tough question to answer. Everything depends on your marketplace and how you are positioned in it. And I don't know your market although we have worked in several cities in Florida. The domain name is cute and catchy, but it could be interpreted as a fishing equipment site, in my opinion.
How are doing with it? If you are succeeding all the more power to you. A