Finding your niche

How to find your niche

The first step in making money online is to determine your niche. What topic or area will you focus on? This is a very important question.

Some people may advise that you follow your passion. Do you have a hobby or interest that you enjoy? That could be your niche.

One consideration is how saturated is the market, meaning how many people are in the niche? A highly saturated market may mean that there is high interest or it may be an indication that too many people are trying to service the market. You do not have to avoid a saturated market, but you will need to find a way to distinguish yourself.

Can you solve a pain point?

While finding the market’s pain point is step 2, you really need to take this into consideration for determining your niche.

One of the benefits of choosing a niche you are passionate about is that you likely know the pain points. For example, if you are passionate about a particular diet, one pain point might just be converting existing recipes to follow the diet.

This is an example of an information product that you can provide. The best niches will have pain points that can be solved through informational or digital products. You can still service a niche will a physical product through a review site and solve a pain point that way as well.

My chosen niche

The niche I chose is internet marketing. This is a saturated but growing market. The techniques you can learn through learning IM can be applied to any online business that you may be interested in.

If you are struggling for a niche, this is the way to start.

Related links

Need help finding your niche? The Niche Sherpa Video Coaching Course will walk you through the process of finding a niche that is right for you.

Use Instant Azon to build your own physical products review site.

If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to email me,

Don’t forget to have fun and I’ll talk to you later.

I. Verl Humpherys

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