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How To Find a Hot Niche! [STUDY]

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by MrDoru, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. MrDoru

    MrDoru Regular Member

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    Hi guys...was just wondering how you guys search for a hot new niche to promote affiliate products.

    Personally I use Google Insights and check out the hottest products on the Clickbank Marketplace.
    And then Adwords Keyword Tool To Better Estimate The Size of the niche.

    How Do You Guys Do It?
    What Tools Do You Use?
     
  2. NikosX

    NikosX Power Member

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    come on! really?
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    add the Clickbank's own Gravity rank for each product and there you have it...

    of course there are programs to do this but if you don't scale up to X sites/day then you can keep it with your free solution.
     
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  3. MrDoru

    MrDoru Regular Member

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    thanks for the input NikosX

    i was thinking maybe some users have found some other interesting tools that present the niche structure in more detail besides searches and kwd research.
     
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    zfa32937 Newbie

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    I try not to compete in niches that are too popular. Then the competition is too stiff. At least for me since I am pretty new to this stuff. I like to go after niches that aren't to competitive but create really good content for them
     
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    himanuzo Supreme Member

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    I also use the Adwords for researching profitable niches. I usually choose keywords that have low competition so easy to rank at Google.
     
  6. madtong

    madtong Newbie

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    The less competition, the more you earn
     
  7. MrDoru

    MrDoru Regular Member

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    and water is wet and the sky is blue....
    the more competition usually means more money is involved noob :)
     
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    Google insights its ok. I found a tool last week for clickbank but i can't remember where. I will PM if i recall somehow, but i have to stop drinking.
     
  9. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    My old friend, Sean Donahoe (aka: "The Manic Marketer"), posted a
    couple of really good niche-finding secrets on his blog. You can
    check them out below:

    1) Surprisingly Easy Niche and Keyword Research

    2) Holy Niche Hunting! - Find a Niche in Under 60 Seconds

    NOTE: While you are there, check out some of his other ideas/methods.
    He is a very savvy marketer and is quite well known in the IM community.
    On his site, he gives away TONS of free, actionable content with no fluff.

    Also note that you do not need to join as a member. You can read his
    posts without the need of opting in.

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
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  10. txholdem

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    this shows how amazing google images are. the 2nd site incoming search terms ALL are "stopwatch" which is nothing related to the article! it simply contains a stopwatch picture. err.