Let's start with the first step ...

1. Analyzing the 3 main components of a truly profitable niche

The 3 main considerations are: demand, competition and conversion. Let’s take a closer look at each component:

  • Demand

What you need to understand here: there is a huge difference between interest, desire, need and desperate need. Obviously, you are looking for the latter one. If the people you are targeting is desperate then that makes your job much more easier, because the people searching for a solution to their problem are usually highly motivated to spend money to solve or cure whatever it is that is causing them a problem.

And don’t forget: even the most desperate need is valueless without a real commercial intent! If a lot of people are searching for your niche topic in Google, your niche is in high demand and that’s really good, because you’ll be able to efficiently leverage SEO to get traffic to your site, but it’s completely pointless to choose a niche where you may have tens of thousands of monthly searches while the searchers are only looking for free information. In other words, the actual commercial intent of the searchers is also vitally important.

To put it simply, you are looking for niches that can sell lots of different products or services that people really need or want to solve an existing problem. That, along with a laser-targeted website that provides the best genuine solution(s) to their problem(s), and you’ll start making some real super-affiliate commissions. And basically, that’s the very essence of the whole “how to affiliate marketing program” mystery! As Rachel Sklar said …

A strong and enthusiastic niche audience can push a topic into mainstream consciousness with speed and force.



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BobMargroff Premium
Thanks Zsolt, interesting training. I’ll keep this in mind when actually doing a niche site later.
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for your time and your feedback Robert!
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Zsuzsita Premium
Hi Zsolt!
Thanks a lot for this useful tutorial!
My question is that how can you check the demand and the competition of a given niche?
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smartketeer Premium
Hi Zsuzsita,

Thanks for your feedback!

So ...

Demand .... Well, are many ways and indicators. Here are a few tips:

First of all any keyword research tool will give you some information regarding the associated search volume, expected traffic, etc

Second: Google Trends ...

Third: successful niche-related products promoted by the major affiliate platforms; each major platform has some sort of profitability indicator

Fourth: related online activity, interest and engagement on blogs, social platforms, forums, etc

And so on :)

Competition ... Putting aside the complex (paid) competition analysis tools and methods, it's quite easy ... Once you have a general idea regarding your niche, you'll find them everywhere: the Google Search Results Page, the niche-related online and offline communication channels, on social platforms and so on.
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Zsuzsita Premium
Thank you Zsolt, it helps a lot! :-)
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for your feeback Zsuzsita!

Godspeed! And if you have any questions I'm here :)
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newmarketpro Premium
That sounds simple Zsolt.
At the same time, I would believe, it is the initial part of finding a profitable niche that really make the difference if you will make or break it - the searching and a bit analyzing parts. Once you hit it 'bingo', you will be cruising to collect the big bucks.
Thank you for taking time to create this important tutorial.
Bookmarked.

:)Joe
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smartketeer Premium
Once again, thanks for your time and your feedback Joe!

And I agree ... That's the secret: analyzing a bit those componenets ...

If you are talking about the cash credits, yes, I might collect those big $5 bucks :)

But the really important thing is to help others in finding a good niche. It's a quite common question for newcomers.

Zed
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newmarketpro Premium
:)
I believe the tutorial will be very useful to our new members who struggle with finding a profitable evergreen niche. I have seen, while many managed to identify their niche after the training, there are still many who stuck at that level.
Thanks again.

Joe:)
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smartketeer Premium
Thank YOU Joe!
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Wealth2018 Premium
Hi Zed. Thanks for the info. One of my niches is very in demand right now but it has a ton of competition. So much so that I am having trouble finding topics that haven't been discussed a gazillion times. I am trying to put a different spin on the articles but it is getting difficult. Less competition would be great :).

I don't want to give it up because I know it is here to stay for the long term.

Mary Ann
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smartketeer Premium
Never give up Mary Ann!

Can I help you?
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Wealth2018 Premium
Thanks.

Probably :).

Mary Ann
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smartketeer Premium
Well, you know where to find me :)
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AlanBenney Premium
Very informative many thanks
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for time and your feedback Alan!
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