On the previous pages I outlined a few popular niche markets and some of the various focused sub niches you can target on your affiliate marketing website. Now I will list some of the many niche markets we are mostly involved with on a daily basis but may not even think of as actual niches.

Remember, a niche is an area of a market specializing in one type of product or service. Because there are hundreds of thousands or millions of people who could be into buying a product or service that you are promoting, you will have a larger percentage of gaining customers based on your promotions.


Here are some more niche markets we are all exposed to on either a daily or weekly basis. Remember what Kyle says in the Wealthy Affiliate training and what has been proven by many other WA members who are engaged in various niche markets. – ANY niche can be a very profitable niche, especially if you are or become an authority in that niche. What are some of these niches and sub niches?

  • CLOTHING – dress suits for tall men, wedding dresses, lingerie for plus size women, pajamas for toddlers, school clothing for kids, athletic clothing, hemp clothing, leather jackets, silk ties, swimwear for men or women, bras, boxer briefs, tuxedos, construction work clothes,…
  • SHOES – leather dress shoes for men, sneakers for little kids, ballet shoes, dress flat shoes for women, casual slip-on shoes, sandals and flip flops, athletic shoes, waterproof hiking boots, high heeled shoes, athlete-inspired basketball shoes, baby shoes, knee-high boots, running shoes,…
  • AUTOMOBILES – seat covers, GPS and smartphone windshield mounts, LED headlights, roadside emergency kits, battery chargers and jumper cables, car wash and wax products, window tinting, floor mats, windshield reflectors, chrome wheels, run-flat tires, mobile CB radios,…
  • JEWELRY – dress watches for either men or women, silver or gold chains, leather watch bands, rings, bracelets, pendants, religious jewelry, engagement rings, jewelry for little kids, piercings, wedding rings, jewelry repair, jewelry boxes,…
  • COFFEE – Starbucks coffee and accessories, Keurig K cup coffee makers, coffee cups and mugs, vacuum packed coffee, coffee bean grinders, cappuccino and espresso makers, coffee maker filters and replacement parts, Kona coffee, gourmet coffee, organic fair-trade coffee,…
  • MUSIC – online music lessons, Gibson guitars, electronic drum kits, concert tickets, rock and roll music collectibles, band specific (The Beatles, Rolling Stones) memorabilia, virtual sheet music, digital audio workstation software, MP3 downloads, Apple iTunes, Bose stereo speakers,…

There are hundreds of other niche markets many of us take part on a daily basis and you can tap into those markets, as well as those above, and become an authority on that niche market. You can do this by either personally knowing the niche you choose or doing research on a niche that interests you.

The last thing you want to do is to choose a niche based on how much money you may think you can make with that niche. Every niche can be profitable, provided that you can effectively promote the product or service of that niche.

Then once you have decided on your niche, go to Google and search for affiliate programs that support your niche. Don’t focus solely on Amazon but rather add more affiliate programs to give your website visitors a variety of a selection.

To search for affiliate programs on Google is quite simple. Just type in your niche + affiliate programs. Example if your niche is Aromatherapy you would type Aromatherapy + Affiliate Programs and this will list all of the available affiliate programs in that niche.

It will now be up to you to do research in your chosen niche and find affiliate programs that offer great products or services with affiliate benefits. Another niche I showcase on my website is that of the fan-base for the Star Trek franchise.

Remember that sometimes the things that entertain us or others can also be immensely popular niche markets. I have presented these in a few separate blogs about collectibles on my website and they are, Star Trek, Coca-Cola, and by the time you read this Star Wars, Baseball and NASCAR will be added too.

There are literally thousands of niche markets to choose from and sometimes you do not have that far to go to find one. All you have to do is look at the examples I have given in this tutorial, some which you probably engage in every day, and just choose a focused down sub niche to start with.

Choosing a niche shouldn’t be so hard once you realize that you take part in many different niche markets all the time. Just think of the popular niche markets that you buy from, in which many others buy from too, and you have found a niche. Smartphones and their accessories are another popular niche. Do you partake in that niche too?

There are niches everywhere, even right in front you at this very moment. Some of these niches are subtle and many others are quite popular and profitable. The below link will explain the two very profitable niche markets and give you dozens of niche examples to choose from.

What is a Profitable Niche - Tips for Choosing a Niche...

What are some of those niches that are right in front of you? The following tutorial will display pictures and then tell you of the various niches associated with the picture. This will help you see how niches can be found by the things around us every day.

How to Find Niches From Your Surroundings...

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BLonglois1 Premium
one of the biggest downfalls for many marketers is trying to get that perfect niche where you can lasso the whole market .if there is a lot of competition in your specific niche alot of times just means there is plenty of potential customers in your area so theres plenty of buyers for a lot of other competitors.i myself have gone searching and digging deeper and deeper into sub niches to find the perfect niche only to find that after all my diligent work and being really targeted that now there wasnt enough customers needing answers and products to support my competitors . myself so more often than not your better off using a little broader sub niches that can support the wants and needs of your specific market.
in other words sometimes competition is good and you can get good at other parts of attracting customers
boomergp08 Premium
Yes this is true for some niches and it is why I always say to start out as narrow as possible but to always grow your niche broader. Some niche markets you can stay narrow and do quite well, but then there are others that you will ultimately have to grow broader to garner more potential sales.
AnnPC Premium
Your trainings are helping me so much! Also love the Star Trek items in the picture. Are you a fan? I certainly am and have a number of collectables myself. Very excited about the new series in Sept.

I'm new to this and am still trying to create my website. I bought a domain, gadgetsforanything.com and thought I would try to focus on a particular type each week e.g. emergency tools for the car, pet drinking fountains, charging stations etc. I have four different tools for getting out of the car in an emergency so could review each of them. I'm assuming I would then put a link (as an affiliate) to say, Amazon, REI, and so on.
Do you think this sounds OK? I'm having a hard time choosing a theme for the site, too many to choose from for me! :)
I'd value any thoughts you may have on the stuff I've talked about.
Thanks again, you are a goldmine of information.
boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Ann. I am happy my training tutorials are helping you to better understand the various aspects of building a successful affiliate marketing website.

I think your niche idea for helpful gadgets is a good niche and you will want to separate that niche into sub niches. Have a page for Car Gadgets, another for Pet Gadgets, and so on.

Make these pages as Parent Pages and create a drop down menu from them to include other relevant pages within that group. This way it will be easier for people should they want to only view gadgets in that particular category.

As for a theme, choose what you like. But remember, the more simplistic the better it will look on a smaller screen of a smartphone or tablet, which is the way a majority of people surf the internet now.

Yes I am a Star Trek fan and if I had time I would create an affiliate website in the Star Trek niche. The Star Trek Store has a great affiliate program and can be quite profitable for anyone wanting to get into this niche.

I even created a blog post about this niche and provided information on what payment details The Star Trek Store offers to those who become their affiliates. You can read my blog below. Check out the video it contains. Every Star Trek fan will love it.

tasmich Premium
Hello Robert,

Great article, thanks for that

On a website like the one mentioned above by Ann, what would be your approach regarding sub-niches growth? Would you work on all sub-niches at the same time or work on each individual one till you run out of things to write and then move to the next one?
boomergp08 Premium
I would work on one sub niche at a time but would start work on the next sub niche before ending with the previous. This way they overlap and you have a constant flow of content creation.
DavidMG1 Premium
hi bloomergp08,
whoa, ive been banging my head trying to understand the meaning of a niche, and its 00:45 in the morning and i just read your article. and its finally hit me. you have explained it in such a simple way, even a thicko like me can understand it lol. not only have i understood it. i even did an example ie. i drew a simple house shape and with arrows going out 1 was named bedroom another named lounge etc etc last was garage. the i took each example ie the kitchen then i named all the sub niches in the kitchen, ie fridge,cooker etc etc. i settled for something in that house as my niche. my acheing head is now cured thanks to you.

ps I'm so following you now.
thanks again
boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome David and you did a really good job at discovering the sub niches of the home/house niche.

You just need to take the broad niche and break it down into the smaller sub niches that are associated with it. And if possible break the sub niche down again.

Not all sub niches can be broken down. But here is a broad niche that can be broken down many times. The Automobile niche.

Sub Niches...

Muscle Cars -> Chevrolet -> Corvette -> Classic Corvette -> After-Market Chrome Products

The After-Market Chrome Products for classic Corvettes would be my final focused down niche dealing with products like bumpers, bumper guards, wheels, mirrors, shift knobs,...
JohnWest1 Premium
Your "house" example is perfect.

Anyone can understand the concept.

Great post!
HPearson Premium
Hi Boomer, I have a very broad "caring for a senior dog" niche. On my website can I create small focused "niches" instead of having to create new websites?

For example - dog beds for small dogs as a niche will have a category and a page. The same can be done with another niche such as wheat free canned senior dog food.

Thanks very much.
boomergp08 Premium
If these small focused niches all pertain to senior dog care, then yes you can do that. Not a problem.
NWTDennis Premium
Very comprehensive niche training Robert. But the EOD the challenge of being viewed as an "expert" in a any micro niche comes back to generating a steady stream of relevant posts.

For example ... I've become fairly decent using my desktop computer, but I don't consider myself a "Computer Geek". So how would I compete with the Geek competition in say the "Computer" micro niche you listed ... USB flash drives?
boomergp08 Premium
You do not need to be a computer geek to compete. You just need to provide the information that people are seeking in your respective niche.

Though you may never out-perform the computer geek, does not really matter. You do not need to out-perform but rather provide enough information to share in the revenue stream for that particular niche market.
JohnV Premium
Someone once told me to remember, that if you know 5% more than I do about a subject, you are as good as an expert
boomergp08 Premium
That sounds about right.