“How to find a niche market on the internet” is a constant question I get from users reading my blog and accross my social media platforms. Finding a niche market on the internet should not be a difficult thing to do, You just have to spy on the competition and see what works for you. Of a truth all Niche are profitable. In this post I will walk you through exactly how to determine which niche is best for you, and how to go into it irrespective of the popularity… I will show you (step-by-step) my process for profitable niche selection…
What’s a Profitable Niche
A niche is a distinct segment of a market, in other words an “audience”.
When choosing a niche that fits you, you should be choosing something that is ideally an interest, a passion, a hobby, a problem, a need or a want. Almost anything you can think of is a niche and that is why I am going to get you to choose YOUR niche based on things that you are interested in. You can earn money online from absolutely every single niche because there are billions of people out there searching every day.
Your online business should not feel like a day job. Earning money online should be fun, and it is fun. This all starts with choosing a niche that you are interested in and will enjoy working with.
The more you enjoy doing something the less it feels like a job and the more productive you are going to be. I am immensely passionate about online business and teaching people how to make money online, so that is the niche I have chosen.
Your niche could be anything, but at the core of your niche selection it should be something that you “like”. Something you enjoy. Something you can talk about. Something you want to learn about.
But Really, a Niche is a Group of People
In the simplest form, a niche is really a set of people searching for items on the internet. When you select your niche, you want to avoid being too broad with your niche selection. What people fail to understand is the fact that there are millions of people looking for stuff online within what seems to be the smallest of niches, but they really are not.
Because of this, I have spent some time putting together a blog post outlining how you should approach your niche selection, how to avoid going too broad with your niche, and how to really narrow it down to a group of people that are more specific and targeted.
I provide you with some real life examples of how to break down a broad niche into more specific groups. On the comment section, you can also ask questions about your particular niche or you want to join and we will look at it together.
Task 1: Choose Your Direction
I want you to select the niche that interests you most and gets you the most excited. You can either choose your own niche at this point or you can choose the “make money” niche (that should be your choice if you have no idea what niche to choose, Make money niche is the most talked about).
Before choosing your niche understand that;
(1) You are going to be creating content within your niche
(2) You are going to be communicating as an expert within your niche
(3) You are going to be choosing products to promote within your niche
(4) You need to enjoy helping people within your niche.
(5) Your first niche PROBABLY won’t be your last (so don’t worry about it being perfect)
(6) Any niche can become a “full time” successful business
There is NO SUCH THING as choosing the wrong niche.
Also, note that niches can always change. Just because you are choosing a niche now does not mean you will be in this particular niche forever. Either way, please do not spend a week choosing your niche. Within the next 15-30 minutes (maximum) you should have your “starting point” niche chosen.
If you are REALLY STUCK at this point and you cannot decide on a niche, perhaps you may be interested in the “make money” niche.
or any of the niches Business Ideas I have Listed below
- Niche: camping
Estimated Monthly traffic: 236190
High PPC Bid Price: $0.54
- Niche: binoculars
Estimated Monthly traffic: 63231
High PPC Bid Price: $1.07
- Niche: bail bonds
Estimated Monthly traffic: 76033
High PPC Bid Price: $3.50
- Niche: packaging
Estimated Monthly traffic: 82186
High PPC Bid Price: $2.50
- Niche: merchant account
Estimated Monthly traffic: 362587
High PPC Bid Price: $6.00
See how best to reasearch a niche you have chosen