Dating Niche Ideas

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I'd love to go into the dating and relationship and is currently working on a guide for women to attract and keep the man of their choice and not just any man.

Though the keyword search is relatively low but I believe that its under-served.What do you guys think?

Suggestions of other hot topic areas will be appreciated too>
#internet marketing #dating #ideas #niche

  • Profile picture of the author ken_p
    Originally Posted by denoble View Post

    plese seee Webfireng - Small Business Success Forums - Index and let me know your view

    is it another forum? just like WF...lol
  • Profile picture of the author tropicalentrepreneur
    Go check out Double you Dating by David De-Angelo - Real name Ebin Pagen. He is the ruler of that niche. I would say model him and your chances are pretty high.

    Good Luck
  • Profile picture of the author Robin E. Anderson
    I just wrote some PLR articles on this very subject and the amount of information available is overwhelming. I don't know if it is overserved, but it is certainly not underserved! It has certainly got to be one of the top niches with the thousands of dating sites on the web.
  • Profile picture of the author denoble
    Originally Posted by Robin E. Anderson View Post

    I just wrote some PLR articles on this very subject and the amount of information available is overwhelming. I don't know if it is overserved, but it is certainly not underserved! It has certainly got to be one of the top niches with the thousands of dating sites on the web.
    Yes the dating niche is over-served but the market is yet to saturated and might never be.

    But I have eye for a ''win a man'' sub-niche and not the general dating niche.
  • Profile picture of the author ryansjones
    you could do a website that talks about different dating services websites. There are plenty of dating networks out there you can promote, such as chemistry.com, match.com, eharmony and amateur match. Thought that I would offer that.
  • Profile picture of the author davemiz
    dating niche is OVER saturated.... everyone seems to be selling their rehash of the same ol material.... btw I hear some people selling products to women in the niche are having a hard time with it....

    something you may not know... lots of guys make money in that market not by selling products, but by teaching seminars/bootcamps for $1k-$10k a pop.
  • Profile picture of the author chrisaplin
    Sell to men.
  • Profile picture of the author Harry Behrens
    I think you would be better served drilling down one more level into the niche. Like said above the dating space is very crowded but you can easily make yourself stand out and increase conversion and interest by specially targeting a special segment of women and catering to them.

    Some ideas off the top of my head:

    Overweight women -> How to make him look past your outward appearance and into the real you

    Nerdy women -> How to fix yourself up before a date to beat out any other girl ("The Cinderella Effect" )

    Older women -> How to be attractive to younger guys in their prime ("The MILF Effect" )

    Younger women -> How to attract and bag a nice older guy to buy you presents and take care of you

    College women -> How to game and manage the social scene so you can have fun without getting a reputation

    Women whose partners have travelled away -> How to keep a long-distance relationship alive

    etc etc... You'd have to be very knowledgeable in whatever you choose of course, or find someone who is. But you can see the potential. I think any one of those (or other) niches can be enough for a nice little business.
  • Profile picture of the author denoble
    Originally Posted by hmbehrens View Post

    I think you would be better served drilling down one more level into the niche. Like said above the dating space is very crowded but you can easily make yourself stand out and increase conversion and interest by specially targeting a special segment of women and catering to them.

    Some ideas off the top of my head:

    Overweight women -> How to make him look past your outward appearance and into the real you

    Nerdy women -> How to fix yourself up before a date to beat out any other girl ("The Cinderella Effect" )

    Older women -> How to be attractive to younger guys in their prime ("The MILF Effect" )

    Younger women -> How to attract and bag a nice older guy to buy you presents and take care of you

    College women -> How to game and manage the social scene so you can have fun without getting a reputation

    Women whose partners have travelled away -> How to keep a long-distance relationship alive

    etc etc... You'd have to be very knowledgeable in whatever you choose of course, or find someone who is. But you can see the potential. I think any one of those (or other) niches can be enough for a nice little business.
    Yeah I see the potential

    And I'm do something along that direction.

    Because I will never know how successful the ideas are REALLY are unless I try them out
  • Profile picture of the author denoble
    Originally Posted by chrisaplin View Post

    Sell to men.
    Why do you say so?

    Over 70% purchases made offline or online are directly or indirectly influenced by women.

    Again women are more of impulse buyers than women

    I can go on and on but my question remains why do you say I sell to men?
  • Profile picture of the author The Copy Warriors
    Originally Posted by denoble View Post

    Yes the dating niche is over-served but the market is yet to saturated and might never be.

    But I have eye for a ''win a man'' sub-niche and not the general dating niche.
    my understanding of the dating niche is that the "dating for men" side of it is overserved, while the "dating for women" side is underserved. There are loads of dating products for men because of all those books and TV shows from 2005-2008, but comparatively few for women due to there being less media exposure for that side of the niche.
  • Profile picture of the author Ross Petal
    I actually started a dating niche Authority site a few days ago and is work in progresss. I'm using different keywords relating to dating, writing articles myself targeting one keyword per article and adding CPA dating offers, text and banners. I can do proper on page SEO myself but get struck with backlinks as it's a boring process.

    I believe this is still a solid niche as people are always looking for true love.

    What do you wonderful people think?
  • Profile picture of the author soobeeoz
    Originally Posted by ross007 View Post

    I actually started a dating niche Authority site a few days ago and is work in progresss. I'm using different keywords relating to dating, writing articles myself targeting one keyword per article and adding CPA dating offers, text and banners. I can do proper on page SEO myself but get struck with backlinks as it's a boring process.

    I believe this is still a solid niche as people are always looking for true love.

    What do you wonderful people think?
    I'm doing that, too. Can't really comment as to whether or not it works as I have yet to add CPA offers. Need to figure out how to do that.

    Best of luck to you!
  • Profile picture of the author PrestonPilgrim
    it is always better to narrow down your niche

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