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Niche's in computers?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by hamz10, May 18, 2015.

  1. hamz10

    hamz10 Registered Member

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    Is creating a niche within computing worth anything at this day and age? It's one topic I can write endless amounts upon but I highly doubt clickbank has any products that will provide reasonable income.
     
  2. bongli

    bongli Registered Member

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    You can create the products (ebooks) and be a clickbank merchant. Congrats, you've found a goldmine.
     
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  3. xanadu512

    xanadu512 Newbie

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    Sure why not? Just remember to keep in mind who your audience is. Computer savvy people tend to know when they're being sold to more often than others.
     
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    Mimissor Registered Member

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    Perfect example of a computer niche site that's highly popular is PCPartPicker. That site is basically one great big affiliate marketing page, but computer people love it. Why? Because it makes their lives easier. I've used it countless times, I've shared it with my friends and family.

    The niche can be highly profitable, but you've got to keep something in mind. These people tend to be knowledgeable, which means they're familiar with google. Googling a bunch of stuff, copying it into a pdf and repackaging it as an Ebook isn't going to fly. You're going to have to put a lot of work into finding (or producing) a quality product that's going to make their lives easier.
     
  5. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    It's a big niche, but if you can target someone specific like older people who have trouble with computers and make it easy for them to understand, then I'm sure you can make it work.