how to find low competitive niche?

by Sufi71
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i am looking for low competitive niche. pls give an idea how can i find.
#competitive #find #low #niche
  • Profile picture of the author Platt
    I think there's no one way in to finding that. You should do a lot of research in all types of niches and come up with an idea that not a lot of people have thought about ... that's the whole point, because of course everyone wants something that is low competitive.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jan Brzeski
    If I were you, I'd look for a profitable niche, not a low competition one.

    Cheers,
    Jan
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  • Profile picture of the author Asadullah72
    I believe there's nobody path into finding that. You ought to do a ton of exploration in a wide range of corners and concoct a thought that not many people have pondered ... that is the general purpose, on account obviously everybody needs something that is low aggressive.
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  • Profile picture of the author ndia22
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    • Profile picture of the author NVermeer
      Aim for good keywords that have at least 600 searches a month but under 100,000 results in Google. Niche does not matter when it comes to competition; especially if you enjoy the niche you're working in.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    I think your best bet is to find a competitive niche (that is usually an indication
    that there is money to be made) and find an under-served sub-niche that
    you can service. Low competition usually means very small market.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You have to start with keyword research. Then check out the competition (or lack thereof). Then see if you can create backend products in this niche. Then see if there's potential for high paying services (consulting, membership site, $300 products, continuity program, etc).
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      There was a blurb in the local news the other day about a company that turns human waste into fuel for wood stoves . . . renewable energy!

      I doubt there is much competition in this niche. You could sell franchises all over the country!

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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Streby
    low competition does usually mean low profitability as mentioned before but it kind of sounds like you're just having a hard time finding a niche that isn't one of the usual ones you see here such as IM, FITNESS, etc.

    I have a few ways I like to brows for new niches to fall into and here is one I personally do.

    go to alexa.. more specifically, this page:
    Alexa - Top Sites by Category: Top

    Now...
    look at the options given, pick one, now look at those options... pick one.

    Just randomly clicking around I came up with this...
    Alexa - Top Sites by Category: Kids and Teens/Arts/Dance/Schools

    I know what you might be saying. "So what?" well... let me give you an idea.

    I chose "North America" from the final sub-category list on the top of that page and got this:
    Alexa - Top Sites by Category: Kids and Teens/Arts/Dance/Schools/North America

    Look at all those sites!
    Now go to facebook, look them up see if they have a fanpage... maybe even a group.

    Now look into the analytics for that audience using this:
    www.facebook.com/ads/audience_insights

    AND THIS

    https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=dance

    What does this all mean?

    well... you can do one of two things. (even more if you want but i'll just give 2 ideas here)

    Hit up these schools and see if you can work up a deal where you will get them leads... and in exchange you just get a sort of "finder's fee" for everyone who signs up under your referral. They don't pay till they get paid sort of deal. This is good when just starting out then when you become more established you can start charging up front.

    Or... just find all these pages on FB, find groups too.. look at how many people are in that niche on FB and then find some product you can market to them yourself!

    The options are there and how you go about handling it is totally up to you of course but this is just an idea to illustrate that just about anything can be profitable (within reason) if you approach it right.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMarketers2500
    Do research.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    Originally Posted by Sufi71 View Post

    i am looking for low competitive niche. pls give an idea how can i find.
    Here you go:
    1. Bavarian Candle Making
    2. Underwater Basket Weaving
    3. Easter Egg Painting for Senior Citizens
    Good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Streby
      Originally Posted by Jeff Lenney View Post

      Here you go:
      1. Easter Egg Painting for Senior Citizens
      Good luck!
      No!! It's mine.. no one else can have it, that niche is all mine mine mine!!!

      lol. good one.
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    • Profile picture of the author sammiejoe
      Originally Posted by Jeff Lenney View Post

      1. Bavarian Candle Making
      2. Underwater Basket Weaving
      3. Easter Egg Painting for Senior Citizens
      LOL

      I always liked Underwater Basket Weaving.

      But seriously, there needs to be some competition in your market, otherwise there really is no market, or certainly not a scalable one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by Sufi71 View Post

    i am looking for low competitive niche. pls give an idea how can i find.
    While I think it can pay off to go after keywords with low competition, I don't think it's good to go after a niche with low competition. It's an indication that there is little money to be made and could be a complete waste of time. It's easier to get a smaller piece of something that's really big instead of the other way around.

    Joey
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    • Profile picture of the author sammiejoe
      Originally Posted by Miguelito203 View Post

      While I think it can pay off to go after keywords with low competition, I don't think it's good to go after a niche with low competition.
      This is very true - you really need to go after a market that has proven buyers, then find a niche within that, then find keywords that are long tail that you can target for your website and build from there (assuming you are building a website for the niche ).
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  • Profile picture of the author RS3RS
    Focus less on the niche and more on keywords.

    You want low competition keywords within a large niche.

    As your site grows, your content gets better, and links accumulate pushing your authority higher, you will be able to rank for more competitive keywords.

    On the flip side, if you choose a low-volume, low-competition niche, then you're going to tap the market and have no room left to grow in the future.
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  • Profile picture of the author onehalf
    Are you shore you want to venture in low competitive niche? Low competition could also means low profit or it could also mean that the industry is capital intensive.
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