how to find a niche product

Profile picture of the author huron by huron Posted: 11/17/2011
How do you find a niche product to sell? Do you just get a pen and paper and start brainstorming product ideas? Or, is there a real step by step process to figuring it out? Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author blillard
    blillard
    Start by looking at the places where they sell the products like ebay and amazon., You go to ebay pulse and find tons of top searched terms. Amazon had a best sellers list I believe that you can get niche ideas for as well.

    Just look around your house at the products you buy and start doing some keyword research.
  • Profile picture of the author steve866
    steve866
    Originally Posted by huron View Post
    How do you find a niche product to sell? Do you just get a pen and paper and start brainstorming product ideas? Or, is there a real step by step process to figuring it out? Thanks.
    Pen and paper is not a bad idea to get started.

    Then you need to make sure that there would be enough searches for that niche to make it worthwhile to continue.

    When you are starting out; just use the "google keyword tool external" and test out your niches.

    Click on "exact" match (on left side of menu) and see if there are enough global monthly searches. It's not an exact science, but you can get a rough idea about whether it is worth it to pursue.

    Hope this helps!
  • Profile picture of the author feliciayapsl
    feliciayapsl
    Go to Amazon, Clickbank, Walmart. Look at their categories & start from there.
  • Profile picture of the author GoingSomewhere
    GoingSomewhere
    Niche products are everywhere. What you are wearing
    right now are all product ideas. What you are using to
    browse are niche products ideas. On and on
  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    sbucciarel
    You can look at the Amazon top sellers, Ebay pulse, etc to find hot products. You can also do some niche keyword research and then find a product that has a keyword with a lot of searches to promote.
  • Profile picture of the author Jay Wessman
    Jay Wessman
    I get ideas from everywhere... whenever a friend buys something random or I come across something that I've never heard of before I always think "I wonder if people would buy this online" and do some keyword research on it.
  • Profile picture of the author mskerry
    mskerry
    Pen and paper is a good way of starting out, need to find ideally something that your interested in. Some people on this forum offer services whereby they can produce a list of decent keywords with high searches from google might be worth checking them out
  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Wilson
    Daniel Wilson
    Find a product with a high value and commission. The one that sells well (best-sellers).

    Once you have a product find a niche of this product and people to whom you'll sell this product. Find your major keyword and off you go.
  • Profile picture of the author winsenken
    winsenken
    First of all, you can find the niche products in Clickbank. There have thousand of products for you to sell. After you have chosen the niche, you are required to choose a profitable product. However, how do you know which products are profitable and easy to sell? For Clickbank, you browse through the information of the products such as Gravity, Average sale, and so on. When come to this point, choose the product which the average sale is high because this indicate that the refund rate is low. Besides that, you need to pick the product that have recurring billing. This is to ensure you can earn money constantly.

    Another one is gravity, gravity represent the popularity of the particular product. High gravity means the products is highly exposure to public. You can take the product to promote but it also indicate there have many competitors are promoting the same product. So what you need to do is pick a product where the gravity is gradually increasing. Because the competitors will be lesser and the product is becoming more and more popular in the same time.

    I hope this information help you. =)
  • Profile picture of the author erob
    erob
    I try to think outside of the box one trick I use is on ClickBank I go to the different categories and look for products that people I know personally would not buy. This does not mean no one else is not into this niche this just a way to get away from the normal way of looking at things. Next I do a keyword search to see the type of traffic it gets.
  • Profile picture of the author Yuki
    Yuki
    For physical products, ebay and amazon are good places.
    If you are trying to come up with info product, clickbank is great. I would also suggest you to go to any PLR market place and see what's available. PLR are created because there's market for those niches. You can get ideas for your topics and titles easily.
  • Profile picture of the author RobHiness
    RobHiness
    I use a little program called Amazon Deal Finder. It helps do great market research and find an awesome product on amazon as well! It's one my favorite tools.
  • Profile picture of the author huron
    huron
    so when you find a product, you do some keyword research... if a particular keyword or keyword phrase has around 200 to 500 searches per month, would that be a good keyword phrase to use to search engine optimize your website?
  • Profile picture of the author wushuangpu
    wushuangpu
    you can be found in the alexa
  • Profile picture of the author Elizabeth Fee
    Elizabeth Fee
    Originally Posted by huron View Post
    so when you find a product, you do some keyword research... if a particular keyword or keyword phrase has around 200 to 500 searches per month, would that be a good keyword phrase to use to search engine optimize your website?
    It would be better to find keywords that have at least a minimum of 1000 global monthly searches. There are plenty of keywords with higher monthly searches that are rankable.

    Going after keywords with 200-500 monthly searches is not always a bad thing, however. If you want to go after keywords with less than 500 monthly searches, look for multiple "LSI" keywords. LSI is Latent Semantic Indexing which is one algorithm where similar words within keywords are identified. So (this is strictly just an example as I have not done the research to verify the actual numbers, etc), if the following keywords all have around 250 global monthly searches, they may still not be bad to go after because they all have something in common - the words "dog food":

    top dog food
    best dog food
    dog food allergies
    chicken and rice dog food

    So when combined, the global search can actually be looked as being around 1000 (250 * 4).

    Elizabeth Fee
  • Profile picture of the author matthewfermin
    matthewfermin
    Go to amazon and clickbank. Try browsing between each categories.
  • Profile picture of the author magnates
    magnates




    Thought i would share this . please hit the "thanks" if this video helped
  • Profile picture of the author fxstay
    fxstay
    browse categories in monster sites
  • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
    Kal Sallam
    Somthing that has always worked for me: keep an eye on the New TV commercials..pick a product you like then create a review site around it..works like magic!..do it cuz it will make you MONEY..


    Best of luck,

    Kal...
  • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
    Kal Sallam
    Originally Posted by fxstay View Post
    browse categories in monster sites
    Would you be kind enough to explain?

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