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Clickbank - Micro Niches or Popular Ones?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by wolfmmiii, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. wolfmmiii

    wolfmmiii Junior Member

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    Hello to the Clickbank gurus out here. I'm interested in maybe jumping into Clickbank as a vendor, selling my own products and service on CB. However, I'm torn.

    Is it generally a better idea to target smaller niches with less competition or is it a better idea to target more popular (but more competitive) niches?
     
  2. seanjohn

    seanjohn Regular Member

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    Depends on the niche. The question is almost too broad.

    Popular niches are profitable if you stand out.
    Smaller niches have potential if there's a market for your product.
     
  3. wolfmmiii

    wolfmmiii Junior Member

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    Yeah, I realize it's a broad question. I guess I'm just wondering if the AdSense micro-niche strategy can be applied with success to ClickBank product creation/marketing.
     
  4. seanjohn

    seanjohn Regular Member

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    Well, technically, yes.

    But your best bet is to pick a broad niche and build a list from that. Then survey the list and see what kind of product they really want.

    That, or sell a bunch of products as an affiliate and see what one gets most response.

    There's no sense in creating products in micro niches (or even large ones for that matter) and then seeing if there's a market. You're going to get a lot more flops than successes.

    But regardless, if you're getting into product creation, you should be building lists because if CB sales end up flopping, you have a list to fall back on.

    It's all about research, my friend!

    PS. You should PM me if you're thinking about getting into creating IM products.
     
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