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How To Pick the Best Niche?

joeybabbs

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I've seen that many landers are surveys qualifying if the lead is suitable for solar. Is that easy to do with optimizepress or are there better tools for quiz/surveys?

Optimizepress allows for custom html only not an actual quiz....Thrive quiz works though. Its another plugin that costs money though.
 

kehroman

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I understand how to make a website around most niches but I can't figure out how would I make a website so I can promote sweepstakes. Do I pick a niche and then promote sweepstakes in that niche?
Etc. iPhone tips and hacks website and promoting sweepstakes to win an iPhone?
Or is there another better way?

Cheers!
 

zoe

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I understand how to make a website around most niches but I can't figure out how would I make a website so I can promote sweepstakes. Do I pick a niche and then promote sweepstakes in that niche?
Etc. iPhone tips and hacks website and promoting sweepstakes to win an iPhone?
Or is there another better way?

Cheers!

There is no one way to do this, but what you came up with is also a good idea. Another way to following the trend and events, lets say Xmass is around, you could design your campaign around it.
 

joeybabbs

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I understand how to make a website around most niches but I can't figure out how would I make a website so I can promote sweepstakes. Do I pick a niche and then promote sweepstakes in that niche?
Etc. iPhone tips and hacks website and promoting sweepstakes to win an iPhone?
Or is there another better way?

Cheers!

Depends what your goal is I guess. If you are just looking to test traffic to cpa offers without building a big website around it then I would say start by choosing the offer first not the niche.

If you are getting into creating a bunch of content on a website and brand building then pick the niche first then choose offers.

Judging by your question option 1 is what you are looking at...

maybe I don't understand the question. sweepstakes is just a type of offer. So you don' have to go in with the mindset that "ill only promote this type of offer"
 

ianl001

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Hey guys, so finishing up lesson three I'm currently thinking about 3 niches.

The first niche and the one I want to build a website around starting out of the gate is the Make Money Online niche and specifically affiliate marketing and CPA marketing. I'm a complete newbie to this stuff, but being here put's me one step ahead of other newbies... so basically teaching others what I'm learning. Also whatever successes I have with this can serve as proof I know what I'm talking about since "Results talk, BS walks" helping out the brand I hope to build.

The second niche is relationships and this popped into my head because just this week I caught myself looking for relationship advice online after a month of stupid arguments with my GF. I know there's a huge market for this since everybody in a relationship has arguments and hardships. I know the niche is wide so I was thinking about relationship advice for men specifically and basically just teaching other guys what I'm learning and practicing on my GF lol.

The third niche being fitness and specifically fitness through boxing because I love the sport and also boxed for 6 years and competed in the amateurs, so I have experience and knowledge. I would be promoting and reviewing gloves, headgears, mouthpieces, boxing workout/conditioning programs... I just don't know if this is as popular online as it is in person like at a Cardio Boxing class in an actual gym.

OR...

The fitness sub niche of calisthenics. I also am personally found of calisthenics since it was big in my boxing training routine and also the angle I saw was that all the gyms were closed during the COVID lockdown. Fitness lovers and gym goers had to find new ways to exercise at home and if they didn't have any equipment then bodyweight exercise/calisthenics is the perfect alternative since you are the only piece of equipment you really need to do most bodyweight exercises. I haven't checked to see if any offers for something like this even exist, but I was thinking about promoting bodyweight workout books, doorway pull-up bars, gymnastic rings, push-up bars, dip bars, calisthenic muscle building programs, handstand balancing programs, build six-pack abs programs, etc...

Just curious as to what some more seasoned online marketers think about this. I will say I haven't done my research yet. Right now I'm just getting ideas down and into the discussion then I'm going to actually do my homework on these ideas.
 

joeybabbs

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I can tell you - you are 100% on the right track. The first 3 niches hit the top 3 major places to focus Wealth, Health and Relationships.

The fact you are also sub niching down in those areas is also excellebnt.

There are tons of offers to choose from in all areas you mentioned, unlimited traffic, scalability, and most of it is Whitehat on major ad platforms but can be a bit sensitive for ad bans once you start talking about make money online.

All in all - I say you are definitely in the right areas.
 

dredrick

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hey i am more into how to build wealth but i was just trying to find something that worked so i started promoting flat belly tonic because it was number one on clickbank. i didnt know what i was doing so facebook shut down my ad account. but now i have this website called thecomeupplan.com but dont really know what to do next any suggestions?
 

joeybabbs

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hey i am more into how to build wealth but i was just trying to find something that worked so i started promoting flat belly tonic because it was number one on clickbank. i didnt know what i was doing so facebook shut down my ad account. but now i have this website called thecomeupplan.com but dont really know what to do next any suggestions?

Facebook is super tough to get anything approved for diet. Not only do they scan all ads for anything related to it, but they will also scan your landing page for trigger KWs. It is extremely volatile to run diet on Facebook especially if you are an affiliate.

With that being said you need to clean up everything and try to get people into a funnel without aggressively pitching the diet product up front.

Your page is nice but lots of trigger words like "SHED THOSE EXTRA POUNDS AROUND YOUR BELLY FAST!"

May I ask - how did you implement the survey its cool.
 

nadavid

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Hello please give me an idea of a niche i should now in this 2021 which is good and i go for it. Cause i have looked around and i see niche like health, wealth and beauty have a lot of people
 

mikechiong

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Choosing a niche that is profitable is one of the challenges we face as affiliates.

What do you do to make things easier?

Here are few things to consider:

- write down a list of all the things you are good at, all of your skills, and all the things that get your fires burning, no matter how silly, trivial or small they could be.

Ask Yourself

Do People Buy From This Niche Online?

How Many Other People Are Marketing In This Niche?

Do People Search For This Niche On The Internet?

What Problems Cause These People To Turn To The Internet


People come online to buy a product because they have a problem that they want a solution for.

Whether they have come online to buy a lawnmower, solve a health problem or buy a jersey for their favorite sports team, they have come online to solve a problem.

In the first instance, there problem is they want to cut their lawn. Now they may want to do it cheaply, neatly or in style with a ride on lawn mower. You need to understand why they are at your website and market to them appropriately.

Understanding the problems your potential audience has helps you to focus your website content on their needs. The more relevant your content is to your target market, the more likely they are to stay on your
website and eventually buy.

This is one of the big secrets of marketers who make a full time income online. Whilst it does entail some extra work on your part, it means more success from your website because it better meets the needs of your
target market.
i hope my niche isnt too broad. i already teach english online but i want to show people that they can work from home, also doing affiliate marketing. i was dabbling in affiliate marketing before but i gave up because i didnt realize how to do it well. i got introduce to the idea that i needed a good sales funnel. anyway i am here to learn and i wanna show people how to make money online
 

reenpolyne

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Hello,
I'm just starting, but still struggling with niching. My domain name is Betterlifecreation.com. I'm thinking to major in parenting, momprenuership & mom's health and wellness. Although I had already started after going through lesson 3 I feel is too broad. My question is; should I just continue? Or, should I drop one or maybe two? Is my domain name too long? And if yes, is it possible to change given that it's already registered? Please assist.
 

joeybabbs

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Staff member
Hello,
I'm just starting, but still struggling with niching. My domain name is Betterlifecreation.com. I'm thinking to major in parenting, momprenuership & mom's health and wellness. Although I had already started after going through lesson 3 I feel is too broad. My question is; should I just continue? Or, should I drop one or maybe two? Is my domain name too long? And if yes, is it possible to change given that it's already registered? Please assist.
It is very broad, and if your goal is to get free organic traffic it will be challenging to try and take on a broad topic. This doesn't mean it's impossible but it is easier to rank a very tight niche specific site than a broad topic site. On that note, if your goal is NOT organic and you are just doing paid traffic then this might not matter to you.
 

joeybabbs

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Hello. I have decided on parenting niche because of passion and knowledge. I'm done setting up my website, https://www.alltimemommy.com/. However, I need to know how I can get an affiliate account and how to choose the offers. Any assistance please. Thanks.
Hi to find offers in the parenting niche you can check out Maxbounty which is more CPA type offers so will have GEO restrictions. You can also check clickbank they have a lot on parenting.
 

bcrawfordtwc

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I just started a website called The Blogfather that outlines tips and guidelines for blogging.....can market a ton of products, was thinking I could even branch off into t-shirts....and maybe make an course or something like that...could also use Amazon to monetize, there's a ton of ways to monetize this...I had a few other ideas though...

was thinking about doing a substance abuse/recovery blog I could tie into pay per call directory sites..not really sure how else I could monetize the substance abuse site besides a few addiction courses/ebooks and then the PPC way...

also was thinking about doing a page in the sports betting niche there's some pretty decent paying offers on Clickbank..could generate traffic on Youtube but saw in the video training here that sometimes gambling isn't the best because running paid traffic could be an issue.

I also own a domain name for a site I started "perfectrecipes.club" and I have "JurassicBarkDogTraining.com" I could always bring those back and work with them. Just a lot of options. I've got about five pages of content for The Blogfather blogging website so far and now is the time where I really need to decide If I'm going to continue with that or focus my efforts on one of the other ideas. Either way whatever I decide I'm going all in .
 

joeybabbs

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I just started a website called The Blogfather that outlines tips and guidelines for blogging.....can market a ton of products, was thinking I could even branch off into t-shirts....and maybe make an course or something like that...could also use Amazon to monetize, there's a ton of ways to monetize this...I had a few other ideas though...

was thinking about doing a substance abuse/recovery blog I could tie into pay per call directory sites..not really sure how else I could monetize the substance abuse site besides a few addiction courses/ebooks and then the PPC way...

also was thinking about doing a page in the sports betting niche there's some pretty decent paying offers on Clickbank..could generate traffic on Youtube but saw in the video training here that sometimes gambling isn't the best because running paid traffic could be an issue.

I also own a domain name for a site I started "perfectrecipes.club" and I have "JurassicBarkDogTraining.com" I could always bring those back and work with them. Just a lot of options. I've got about five pages of content for The Blogfather blogging website so far and now is the time where I really need to decide If I'm going to continue with that or focus my efforts on one of the other ideas. Either way whatever I decide I'm going all in .
Great ideas here are my 2 cents...

If you have great content and lots of traffic Adsense can make you a decent amount of money just from people clicking on ads....So it can help monetize many different niches including the addictions one.

Pay per call is great for paid traffic but you will need to consider that many places take calls only certain times of day or week so you will need to use it as a secondary source of income if SEO is your game.

I currently make money from a "make money" type of site, a gambling site, and a pet oriented website. All extremely competitive but still lots of money to be made and tons of products that you can pitch.

Recipes I failed at. Too many freebie seekers and tire kickers. I think thats why when you search for any recipes now all you see is ads splattered all over their sites cause they can't sell anything... :unsure:

All your choices will be competitive...so don't bother making your decision based on competition...

At this point it comes down to focussing on one that you truly have a desire to stick with.

Final tip - if you plan on paid traffic down the road then casino or sports betting would never be allowed on Google or Facebook but if you have accounts and cloakers then its possible. But native ads and push ads and new future ad formats will always exist. Casino is never going away.

The other topics would probably be good on any traffic source but I would be careful with substance abuse on Facebook. Their AI is fu%Ked.....
 
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