Finding Good NICHE, without Internet

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  1. Silly

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  2. Yukinari84

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    nice share.

    here's an even easier way to find niches lightning fast:

    go to your local bookstore and look at the magazine rack. there is an unlimited supply of niches right there.
     
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    Going to the magazine racks is good (like my good friend, Yukinari said). Also, go to Amazon.com and look through the most popular magazines. And go to Magazines.com.

    If there is a magazine published on any niche, then there you are - You Have A Hungry Market!

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
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    Agree with Wiz.

    But that is an impressive post. Very out of the box thinking which I think is what BHW is all about.
     
  5. Yukinari84

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    Yep. Wiz is right. If you there is a magazine about it, then there is a hungry niche. Even if you think it isn't.

    A real niche I found at the magazines store was Parrots. Specifically, Parrot breeding, parrot care, and parrot training.

    These were the 3 sub niches I dove into, and they turned out to be a gold mine.

    Here's a list of some my favorite places to find niches:

    1. ClickBank Marketplace
    2. Amazon(most popular magazines and books)
    3. Magazines.com
    4. Ebay(Pulse, Popular)
    5. Ebooks.com
    6. Bookstore/Magazine store
     
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  6. killahbee

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    Wow nice insight on another way to do some research.
     
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    if you have a teacher friend, you can come up classes worth of essays to what students like or stuff. treat your friend to a pizza or two