The RIGHT Way To Find REAL Profitable Niches Just Waiting To BUY!

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by netbiz, Jun 23, 2008.

  1. netbiz

    netbiz New Member

    I hope this post will answer some of your questions about finding profitable niche markets...

    Ok so... most niche markets are composed of people who want to solve a problem (And when most people have a problem they are fanatical about solving, removing, fixing, repairing, curing, etc, etc that problem TODAY, this means they are more willing to BUY the solution to that problem.)

    So let's do a little test...

    Go to: (Google's Free Keyword Tool) and type in the word "remove" (make sure you un-click the "Use synonyms" button) then enter in the code and click on "Get keyword ideas" you will then see a list of keywords (search phrases) people are using to find solutions to their problems...

    See how powerful this can be!!!

    Here are some other awesome "pre-terms" (words people use to find solutions to problems) you can use to find niche markets that are ready to buy! Just remember...

    Find out WHO your perfect customer is and WHY they are buying before you promote anything... DO YOUR RESEARCH!

    Your Awesome Pre-Terms:

    Get rid of
    How to

    Ok... One more thing...

    To find GREAT niche markets you need to dig down and find groups of hungry people (people that ARE buying) who are searching for every specific things...

    For example...

    Used Trucks
    Used Ford Trucks
    Used Ford F150 Trucks
    Used Ford F150 Trucks In California
    Used Ford F150 Trucks In Sacramento California
    Used Red Ford F150 Truck In Sacramento California --> Niche Market

    I hope you can see how powerful these techniques can truly be... NOW... just remember to APPLY THEM!

    Catch ya later,

  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Great Post! People are always looking online for ways to solve their problems, especially embarassing ones - these are some the most desperate buyers of all!

    Also, as Netbiz eluded to above, the more words a keyword phrase contains, the more targeted and oriented to a specific niche it is.
  3. Homeboy

    Homeboy New Member

    Funny you should mention it.... "How to" is probably my most over-used search term every time I use google, lol. [​IMG]
  4. Vince Quattrin

    Vince Quattrin New Member

    Great niche finding advice! Nice use of Google's free keyword tool.

    Also check out Google Suggest in the Google Labs

    Then try the same pre-terms you mention - you might find a niche gem or two [​IMG]
  5. aplina

    aplina New Member

    thanks for the good tips . very helpful as l am just brainstroming for new keywords to write
  6. netbiz

    netbiz New Member

    Now remember... If you really want to make money... DON'T forget to set-up ALL your campaigns like this...

    Niche Market --> "Your" Perfect Customer --> Relevant Ad & Ad Groups or Articles & Bio Boxes --> Relevant Landing Page --> Relevant Products and/or Services


    If you really want to learn affiliate/internet marketing, it's all about applying the right principles so, don't forget to checkout my sig and get ready to be enlightened!
  7. netbiz

    netbiz New Member

    I hope you all know that Google's Free Keyword Tool ( now shows numbers instead of bars.......

    THIS IS HUGE!!!!

    Hope your taking advantage of this NEW addition Google has made...

    There will be a lot of people profiting "BIG TIME" from this! And if you've paid attention to my first post to this tread... YOU will profit!

  8. jpolito830

    jpolito830 New Member

    Great article...this tool will be a huge asset to any business, both online and offline.
  9. johntanyishin

    johntanyishin New Member

    Yeah, another thing about getting targetted traffic is to optimize your website so that your keywords rank high in google results.

    getting your keywords right is a half battle won, make sure that there is substantial search request for that particular keyword/phrase.

  10. ebale

    ebale New Member

    Great idea! Thank you so much for sharing. I know people are always saying find a problem and solve it. I just didn't know how, but I am definitely going to try this. Again, thanks!

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