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Which Instagram niche is the easiest to grow?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by raakil, Jun 14, 2015.

  1. raakil

    raakil Registered Member

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    I don't want to get spoonfed. I just want to know niches which are easy to grow.
    I mean which one is the easiest to grow for you?
    Fitness/cars/luxury/fashion or are there any other public often used niches?
     
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    Y M C M B Power Member

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    currently i am working on 2 , porn and fashion, so far porn has given me better results. Will start working on fitness soon
     
  3. HarveyS

    HarveyS Newbie

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    I think that all the niches you said are oversaturated and it would take the longest time to develop them unless you invest some decent cash in shoutouts.

    For your first account I would recommend finding some smaller niche that has 1-5 million tags and that doesn't have many competition.

    Be creative. :)
     
  4. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    My experience is different. It's a lot more easier for me to grow oversaturated (ever green) niches than it is for smaller niches (ie. people who like to knit dog sweaters).
     
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    I'd back that up because you'll have loads of trouble whilst finding audience for your niche (if it's specific of course)
     
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    I can't tell from my experience but in my personal opinion it should be easier with a smaller niche which is not so stuffed with with thousands of similar accounts if you are using a bot, you can easily target them with hastags and follow or like their pictures to get their attention.
     
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    Go for evergreen niches like paperboy said. Its very easy to find content for these and its so simple to attract followers.
     
  8. crystal1994

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    Different people, different opinions.
    IMO, if you were a usual person... What would be the reason to follow an Account with less than 10k followers IF there are Accounts of the same niche with 500k or even more followers?
    How does your Account stand out ? What makes people think that they should follow you?
    I hope you get my point. If you start an Account in a smaller niche, without much competition, people will more likely follow you, because your Account stands out. They have not seen
    something like your Account before, so they tag their friends and follow you. It is really simple. If something fresh, new and interesting comes up, it attracts many people and thus lets you grow quicker.
    Just my two cents.
     
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    Started 3 days ago fitness niche now it's 4000 followers and you tell me that is hard to grow oversaturated niche account ... One of my friends started instagram account about sneakers 2 days ago and he has 2500 followers ( all manual ). It all depends on the people you follow and the quality of your posts.
     
  10. HarveyS

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    I'm not talking about niches that small. I'm talking 1-5 million tag niches. There is an audicence to target this, and that audience isn't that small as you present it to be.

    Also, I think that that kind of account has more potential to reach 100k than some account created two weeks ago in a luxury niche where there is so much accounts, that I really cannot believe that now is even possible to start from 0 and reach that kind of a goal without investing some serious cash.

    Furthermore, that niche is overwhelmed with almost the same pictures that generally come from some top users, so I would see the point to go in that niche now only if you had some unique pictures and a way to present yourself in that market with something new.

    Being the best in a smaller niche will result in getting all the shoutout offers that some may need in that area so that is a big plus too.

    I'm not very long in this instagram game but this is how I see it and how I'm trying to operate.
     
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    Thats not true man the niches we would think of first like comedy, girls etc are saturated. a lot of niches that have top accounts with less than 20k followers. Like the graphic design & interior design niches. That are some niches I use that work very good.

    But since OP is asking for the 'easiest niche' Id say Justin Bieber (not kidding) Before I start building a niche account I always make an justin bieber fan account (even tho I hate him) and build a quick 1k followers and change the username after that to my niche
     
  12. HarveyS

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    I was referring to the four niches OP mentioned. (Fitness/cars/luxury/fashion)

    For me the easiest niche is the one that has the biggest popularity but isn't oversaturated.