And finally, the 3rd component ...

  • Conversion

It’s very obvious: the conversion rate of a given (sub)niche is an essential factor that will have a huge impact on your profitability. With a higher conversion rate you’ll be able to generate a higher ROI and also, you are going to need less traffic to generate a certain number of sales or closed deals. Another golden rule that will help you to solve the “how to affiliate program” mystery …

Conclusion

When you are trying to find profitable niches with low competition, you are looking for 3 main components:

  • a strong demand which relies on a desperate need and a real commercial intent
  • a relatively small number of small-sized competitors
  • high conversion ratesOnce you have made a few initial choices, you can move forward to the second step of the framework.





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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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