Niche Research is very Important because There’s a common belief that all the profitable affiliate niches are already taken. That you’re too late, you’ve missed the bus – and you’ve lost your chance.
Because of this belief, most people never take the first step.
But in this myth-busting course, I’ll tell you why most of the profitable niches are still up for grabs, and how to find and evaluate niche ideas to launch a successful affiliate marketing business.
Why not just create a site about weight loss, online marketing, or any other broad topic in general instead of finding a niche?
In other words
Why to do Niche Research?
The mainstream topics and industries are dominated by multi-million dollar publications that pump thousands of dollars every month into content creation, link building, SEO, and outreach.
They have the capacity and resources to create content about every topic in their niche. For example sites like WebMD or Healthline have dozens of writers who cover every aspect of the health niche.
Plus, they invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in paid promotions, link building, and other promotional strategies.
You can’t compete with them.
But you can make a name for yourself and establish a successful site if you focus on a sub-niche of this industry like “health and fitness for basketball players” or “health benefits of veganism”
With this approach, you can target long-tail keywords that the bigger publications don’t focus on, to attract search traffic to your site, and drive affiliate sales.
But is it possible to find such profitable niches anymore?
The stats, studies, and examples I’ve shared in this course will show you that there’s massive growth potential not only in new and unconventional niches but also in the so-called saturated markets.
You can still enter a popular niche and make a name for yourself by finding a unique angle and by creating more value than your competitors.
If you look around, you’ll find many new and profitable niches around you.
Your job is to come up with the right niche ideas, determine whether they’re worth pursuing, and then create valuable and problem-solving content that fulfills the needs of your target audience and establishes you as the go-to niche expert.