How To Find In-Demand Niches in 10 Seconds

by KenSilver 28 replies
It's amazingly easy and obvious now, but it couldn't be done with the old WF forum.

This new forum has clickable columns. All you do is click on "Views" up on the right, and the topics with the greatest number of readers appears - in order of desperation

Match the 'hurt' questions up with an answer - whether with your own product or an affiliate one - and your J.O.B. days are over!

Working Example: Just now, "What is Hype" by our good friend Paul Myers has 4,150 views. Even without looking inside (and I haven't), I can tell from the topic that transparency and honesty is important for marketers. The replies should give us the answer on how to make our presentation or copy more compelling. Even if the replies don't spew out any hot info, the topic analysis shows it is a hugely important subject in the often racy world of internet marketing.

Another: "How To Get Your Article On The First Google Results Page For Your Keyword" has 4,127 views. If the information in those 88 posts aren't enough to adapt and write a 7 page free report bonus, I'd be very surprised.

This feature has spun off several ideas that I'm putting into practice right now. It's a demand-driven goldmine.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Chris
    You should immediately delete this thread. Good idea.

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    • Profile picture of the author MaskedMarketer
      Originally Posted by Michael Chris View Post

      You should immediately delete this thread. Good idea.

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      Yeah, right away. Let me package it up in WSO real quick..
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      • Profile picture of the author Carol J Smith
        Very smart and easy. Thanks for sharing.

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        • Profile picture of the author Killer Joe
          I'm making that "Clean Up Your Avatar" WSO even as we speak...

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          • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
            Originally Posted by Killer Joe View Post

            I'm making that "Clean Up Your Avatar" WSO even as we speak...

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            Dang it.. you beat me to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaskedMarketer
    Very easy and simple to apply. Just what I like.

    And this can be done on any forum or any niche.

    Awesome.
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  • Profile picture of the author jcmentor
    This is so simple and so obvious that almost noone will pay any attention to it. But, I will. Thanks.

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    • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
      That's seriously brilliant, Ken, you should post on here more often!

      Speaking of the clean up your avatar thread, I think that if someone designed an app that would block all mankini photographs from appearing on the WF, they could truly clean up.
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      • Profile picture of the author ctutt
        Why didn't I think of that? What a great idea!
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
          Yep, that's why I mentioned it as my favorite feature back on Aug. 6th

          It's very easy to do, but still, few people will take the time to do it. It was always a feature at the old WF, but the WSO section did not have it, now it does.

          Anyway, I agree, it's a nice feature.

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          • Profile picture of the author Ricter
            If this thread gets big enough, when you seek the most in-demand niche, the most in-demand niche would be the most in-demand niche seekers!
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            • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
              Originally Posted by Ricter View Post

              If this thread gets big enough, when you seek the most in-demand niche, the most in-demand niche would be the most in-demand niche seekers!
              Ahhhh!!!! A paradox!!!!

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              • Profile picture of the author Steve Taylor
                Very cool. The can't see the forest because of the trees...

                I'll be checking out some niche forums to see if this option works.
                Thanks for this.

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          • Profile picture of the author KenSilver
            Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

            ...It was always a feature at the old WF...
            If it was, I never found it - through 3 separate browsers too.
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            • Profile picture of the author Josh Anderson
              f the information in those 88 posts aren't enough to adapt and write a 7 page free report bonus
              You have to write it your self... don't plagiarize and don't infringe on copyright by using other people's posts.

              In other words you cannot "adapt" content that was written by someone else. But you can certainly read it and then write your own content.

              Stay within the law and certainly do not tread on warriors by "adapting" their content which can be illegal.

              I am sure you did not mean to suggest that people should swipe content written by other warriors but unfortunately there are more than a handful of newbies and uneducated people in this forum that may take it that way...

              Be careful what you suggest or we may have an epidemic of copyright infringing idiots on our hands.
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              • Profile picture of the author Steve Taylor
                Originally Posted by Josh Anderson View Post

                You have to write it your self... don't plagiarize and don't infringe on copyright by using other people's posts.

                In other words you cannot "adapt" content that was written by someone else. But you can certainly read it and then write your own content.

                Stay within the law and certainly do not tread on warriors by "adapting" their content which can be illegal.
                My take on "adapting" is Ken surely meant to adapt in your own words and not copy.

                But good reminder for everyone.

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            • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
              Originally Posted by KenSilver View Post

              If it was, I never found it - through 3 separate browsers too.
              My fault. I should have explained that the feature was at the old forum, but it was accessed differently. At the bottom of the page there were a few drop down menus that allowed you to sort posts. However, it was disabled in the WSO forum.

              Title, author, replies, views, and post time sorted by ascending or descending to be more precise. However, it's much easier to find and use on the new and improved WF.

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              • Profile picture of the author KenSilver
                Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

                My fault. I should have explained that the feature was at the old forum, but it was accessed differently. At the bottom of the page there were a few drop down menus that allowed you to sort posts. However, it was disabled in the WSO forum.

                Title, author, replies, views, and post time sorted by ascending or descending to be more precise. However, it's much easier to find and use on the new and improved WF.

                ~Michael
                OK, thanks. I never found that - and if it was difficult for me it would have been harder for newbies.

                There is a lot hidden here. For example, I've never found a way to bold parts of my sig, yet everyone seems able to do it. Doesn't appear in the FAQ and Search is useless. What's the secret?
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  • Profile picture of the author jennyuk
    Ken!

    Am I the only one being blonde today, because....

    .... I can not find this 'Views' button you speak of (on the top right).

    Could you (or anyone) tell me exactly where this is. I've spent 10 minutes looking everywhere and I'm slowly going insane as everyone else seems to be seeing it! Is it me? (probably)

    Sorry to be the dumb kid today...

    Thank you,

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    • Profile picture of the author Steve Taylor
      Originally Posted by Jeff Hope View Post

      Click on the "Views" column heading, right hand column, to sort by # of views.
      Go to the "main forum" first without clicking on any threads

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      • Profile picture of the author jennyuk
        Jeff and Steve -- THANK YOU.

        Steve I was looking everywhere on this page - not the main forum. Got it. I really was beginning to worry.

        Thank you very much,

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        • Profile picture of the author Skribblez
          Thanks for sharing such a great idea! I'm sure I can also try this on other forums, such as DigitalPoint.
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          • Profile picture of the author Bruce NewMedia
            Thanks Ken! ...this is really an excellent technique. When you think about its obvious, but I never thought about :-)

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            • Profile picture of the author Allen Graves
              I almost hate to elaborate further on this. LOL

              But you can take this even further.

              Let's say that you used the technique described by the OP and decided that, say, Adsense came up as the topic that you can deem as the most viewed.

              Now, go to the search button in the toolbar above and then click on advanced search.

              In the keywords search box, enter ADSENSE. You can search for that word in the entire post or just the title.

              Then down toward the bottom, where it says "Sort Results By" - choose views.

              This will let you see basically the "subniches" that are the most viewed...or which problems most users are having at this point in time.

              Respectfully,
              Allen Graves

              p.s. You can also narrow it down to specific forums by holding the control key down and clicking on the forums you want to search in the right hand column of the advanced search page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Some might say that it's an even better idea to find what people want by sorting results in this way over in the WSO section.....
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    nothing to see here.

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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Not to be a buzz kill....IMO, the "views" method is highly inaccurate and over time will show that rants and flame wars are the most popular threads.

      I suggest using the "tags search" as a way to find the most popular topics on this forum.


      Just go to the search page:

      WarriorForum - Internet Marketing Forums - Search Forums

      Then, scroll to the bottom and you'll see the Top 100 tag searches. The bigger the size of the text, the more popular that keyword/tag is.

      Here's the tag cloud now, although the "size" is missing as I just copy/pasted the list:

      Search Tag Cloud
      adsense advertising adwords affiliate affiliate marketing amazon article articles auction autoresponder backlinks blog blog traffic business cash clickbank cloud content copywriting cpa day design domains ebay ebook ebooks edit email facebook fees find frank kern free free ebook free traffic good google graphics guide headlines hosting income internet internet marketing joomla links made make make money online market marketing membership minutes mistake mistakes money month mrr newbie newbies niche offer online package paypal plr plr articles plr ebooks ppa product review sales scam search marketing secret secrets seo site social networking software strategies system testing thread top traffic twitter video videos viral marketing warriors water for gas plr website wigiz wordpress wordpressspecials writing wso youtube youtube traffic

      Again, to see which of these are the most popular, visit the search page, scroll down and see which tags are the biggest:
      WarriorForum - Internet Marketing Forums - Search Forums
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      • Profile picture of the author KenSilver
        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        Not to be a buzz kill....IMO, the "views" method is highly inaccurate and over time will show that rants and flame wars are the most popular threads.

        I suggest using the "tags search" as a way to find the most popular topics on this forum...
        That's another good idea, and another way to look for popular topics. I should have expanded on my method a little more, but I used the bare bones approach to allow marketers to figure their own method out for themselves. After all, if the topic is handed to us on a plate then we'd all be winners.

        I agree it's obvious that topics which attract personal and critical responses can be discarded. Unless of course they are arguing about a couple of similar products, in which case a review site would be the best answer!
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