Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by stephanie, Jun 17, 2010.
is there any tool to find good niche for clickbank promotion?
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A good niche is an "evergreen niche" such as Relationships/Weightloss/ Health etc.
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Honestly, I'd say that what is more important than saturation in a niche would be things that depend on you, personally.
Ask yourself four questions:
1. What topic do you enjoy?
2. What topic do you know well enough to teach others?
3. What topic has a process in which you are skilled?
4. If something fits 1-3, can it be explained in such a way that could be marketable?
My very first niche attempted has been the IM/biz-opp space. Now that space is saturated as hell, but I'm doing well with it. Reason is:
- I enjoy it.
- I'm good at it.
- I know how to explain it.
- I'm always thinking of new and different ways to market it.
It works for me, even though it's very saturated, and even though I began in it as a complete newbie.
Now, I would never ENCOURAGE someone to just jump into any specific niche if it is super-competitive, but if a super-competitive niche fits the above questions, I'd encourage them to follow it, because they've got a better chance of sticking with it ... which, in turn, is a better chance for them to succeed.
These are not niches. These are sectors.
Try promoting keywords like these... It´s like fighting chuck norris.
Niches are more specific, like get your ex back or a specific disease in the health market.
There is no software in choosing a niche. In my experience, your own common sense is the sharpest tool you have. Avoid IM products unless you have the cash and knowledge to back a campaign up, and don't always look at high gravity as a plus.
First I'd like to say awesome advice man. I'm wondering if the answer to 1-3 isn't really on an evergreen sector. Like for example programming. What would you guys advice?
Programming or any "technical" related niche isn't very good in my experience, but it really depends on how you are monetizing the site. The reason being, that tech people are a lot more likely to recognize ads and not click on them, especially adsense.
look for low competition niches on clickbank marketplace and check out the competing sites, if they look like crap go ahead and create a better looking site.
A good niche is one that solves a particular problem for the consumer. These are called "Desperate Buyer Niches". Also, anything that people are passionate about is a good niche. Categories ranging from such things as Needlepoint to Golf and everything in between.
A couple of niche finding methods which are often used is to look at the top selling books at Amazon.com or look at the magazine categories at magazines.com. If there is a book about it, or a magazine devoted to it, then it is a viable niche to promote
Cheers! - "Wiz"
Well.....I get good ideas from the news. Any topic hot enough to be in the news is ripe for exploiting.
clickbank blows, no one falls for that sh*t since the 90's
for the quick hit google trends
You're right. Nobody does. Clickbank is not a lucrative merchant. I don't know how they stay in business ...
... Don't promote any Clickbank products, ever again.
Wiz you hit the nail right on the head. That's one of the techniques I use when I'm looking for something new to promote. I don't even have to buy books or magazines. I go right down to my local book store and browse.
Magazines (not online) is also a very good place to get articles and article ideas from. If you want material that's not online yet, then that's the place to go.
I usually go for a niches where people are desperately looking for a solution or to solve their problems. And of course they are ready to spend their money on. Just use your common sense and you will figure it out with experience.
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