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how to find good niche for promoting

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by stephanie, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. stephanie

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    is there any tool to find good niche for clickbank promotion?
     
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    The guys voice for micronichefinder.c0m sounds like the guy that plays Kenny Powers in Eastbound and Down, he was also in Land of the Lost. Danny McBride
     
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    A good niche is an "evergreen niche" such as Relationships/Weightloss/ Health etc.

    Al.
     
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    Check out some For Dummies titles.
     
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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.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    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.
     
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    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.

    Good luck
     
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    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?
     
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    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.

    I also found that a lot more tech people run ad and javascript blockers on their browser so they never even see your ads shown on the page.
     
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    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.
     
  12. WizGizmo

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    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"
     
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    Well.....I get good ideas from the news. Any topic hot enough to be in the news is ripe for exploiting. :)
     
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    clickbank blows, no one falls for that sh*t since the 90's
     
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    for the quick hit google trends
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.