The Most Profitable Niches Ever

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Hey,

I realize that choosing a niche is one of the most difficult tasks you will have to deal with, and even if you have a specific niche in mind, you need to make sure if it is a PROFITABLE NICHE! so that you don't waste your time for nothing.

Here is a list of some of the most profitable niches ever:

✓ Weight loss
✓ Muscle Building and fitness
✓ Make money online
✓ Dating and relationships
✓ Fashion
✓ Beauty and makeup
✓ Gaming
✓ Dog training
✓ Forex trading
✓ Finance and save money
✓ Self-help
✓ Skin care and Anti-aging
✓ Hair loss
✓ Health insurance
✓ Time management
✓ Self-defence

That is all, hope you will find this information beneficial, I might have forgot something but Is guess the above are more than enough to help you make a living online

UPDATE: Some of you have said that I don't have any data or proof that these niches are the most profitable, well you must be new to the Internet, just take a quick tour around the web and come back here, and tell me if you have found people who are in these niche but are not making any money.
As you all probably know, most people's problems fall into these 3 categories:
✓ Health
✓ Wealth
✓ And Relationships
So It is a no-brainer that a niche inside those categories will be very profitable.
#niches #profitable
  • Profile picture of the author celente
    our favourite are the financial niche and relationship niches.

    cause since the start of time, everyone has always wanted more money and better relation chits! LOL

    but these do well, if you can help the clients and offer good content.
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    • Profile picture of the author CityCowboy
      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      our favourite are the financial niche and relationship niches.

      cause since the start of time, everyone has always wanted more money and better relation chits! LOL

      but these do well, if you can help the clients and offer good content.
      Very true, buy you forgot about Health
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  • Profile picture of the author davidfern76
    around 2 years ago I made a fb page in self help niche. I love personal growth but somehow I ignore it since i focus on other niche.. and i am kind of impressed that a few people giving likes on that page. anyway, thanks for sharing a list of niche
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  • Profile picture of the author Zodiax
    What evidence do you have to show that these are "the most profitable niches ever".
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by CityCowboy View Post

    Here is a list of some of the most profitable niches ever

    Can you explain how you arrived at this conclusion? Have you been making money in all of them? I'm just curious how you developed this list.

    Saying something is "the most profitable niche ever" deserves some explanation and verification. Can you support your findings with data? I ask because we get people claiming all sorts of things on the WF but rarely do they support their claims with the facts.

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    • Profile picture of the author CityCowboy
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Can you explain how you arrived at this conclusion? Have you been making money in all of them? I'm just curious how you developed this list.

      Saying something is "the most profitable niche ever" deserves some explanation and verification. Can you support your findings with data? I ask because we get people claiming all sorts of things on the WF but rarely do they support their claims with the facts.

      Steve
      There maybe some data out there, but from your answer I conclude that you are pissed off because your niche wasn't mentioned above, don't get ne wrong, other niches are still profitable but they don't make much money like these niches above...
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  • Profile picture of the author Gambino
    A common misconception around here is confusing markets with niches. Weight loss, fitness, dating, etc are all examples of huge markets. Niches, on the other hand, are specialized segments of those markets, such as:

    - Weight loss for moms with kids
    - Building muscle for men over 50
    - Dating for the socially awkward

    Anyone looking to build a viable long-term business should be focused on an evergreen niche. The way the Internet is going these days, it's all about branding. And for example, a business that starts on a micro-niche within a large market can easily solve other issues within the same or a related market. But, when you micro-niche down, you increase your chances of capturing some of the market share and have a better chance at becoming an "authority" for lack of a better term.

    Not many small businesses, or one man shops, are going to compete with Bodybuilding.com, Health and Fitness, etc in the fitness market. But, they could definitely build a viable business in the "building muscle after 50" niche.

    Personally, I have a lot of experience in the fitness market. And to a lesser extent, some self-help/embarrassing problems niches, and the weight loss market. These are evergreen and they're definitely profitable. People are willing to spend money to improve themselves when they have disposable income. Specifically, the self-help and weight loss market, are often "desperate" buyers, which is good and bad.
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    • [QUOTE=Gambino;10676256]A common misconception around here is confusing markets with niches. Weight loss, fitness, dating, etc are all examples of huge markets. Niches, on the other hand, are specialized segments of those markets, such as:

      - Weight loss for moms with kids
      - Building muscle for men over 50
      - Dating for the socially awkward

      I have never been into Internet Marketing but I have written content for marketers. Computer Hardware is a market but when you begin thinking in the lines of gaming mice, I will call that a niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author GetPLRhere
    Some of the niches / markets you've mentioned makes sense. The health market is profitable because there are tons of products in healthcare. The financial niche is just as important since along with healthcare, money is one of the most concerned aspect of a person's life. It's very rare for a person to go through life not thinking about his/her health and financial well-being.
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  • Profile picture of the author st0nec0ld
    Choosing a profitable niche but at the same time choosing a niche you are familiar with. I believe both are necessary.
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  • Profile picture of the author Profit Traveler
    Something you do not have listed is Politics.

    A few genius/idiots (that part is up for debate ) were taking in 3 Million a Week in donations!

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  • Profile picture of the author mhaddyness
    Weight loss niche, definitely...
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  • Profile picture of the author ns17
    Thank you friend.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Olavski
    Every niche is profitable as long as their is a demand for something

    EDIT: The personal developement is very high in demand and literally BOOMING right now. There is even made documentary about the generation of people who want to mean something right now and constantly try learn new things to get better at their jobs etc
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Nguyen
    What you're trying to say is evergreen:

    Make money
    Get fit
    Get laid

    These markets are profitable all year round, recession or not. Any sub niche under them would generally be profitable. When I say generally, do get TOO niche where there's no demand eg get fit for grannys who are ages 75, live on an island, sipping cocktails
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  • Profile picture of the author rajakokcak
    thanks my friend ...very helpful list here
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  • Profile picture of the author freepricecompare
    As I have been working in Finance or Save money niche, it's my experience that you must have a lots of patience. In UK, the competiors in money-saving market are really very giant. At least four to five years, you can achieve a considerable success.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ashok Panda
    Practically all the niches listed above are worth monetizing. now the question is has someone posted the list has made money. ( its a partial question, ) with how much effort..? one needs to make content which has value. is innovative creates a spark in people's mind.. then any niche you adopt , you can make money.
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  • Profile picture of the author keep well
    Health insurance niche is so much high payable . i like this one
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    Funny you should mention this. It reminded me of my most successful niche product - a stop snoring device called Sleep Angel. Funny because part of its success was due to the fact that it was endorsed by 60 Minutes correspondent Morely Safer and he was featured on the landing page. Mr. Safer announced his retirement just yesterday.

    This was more than 10 years ago and the name 'Sleep Angel' belongs to a pillow that is 'clinically proven to block germs and allergens, so you can experience a purer, healthier, more comfortable sleep.'
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  • Profile picture of the author Sitestomp
    Without any context or supporting data, that list is meaningless. Every niche listed is already oversaturated. There's no way a new marketer is breaking into any of those. You have to create a really unique and helpful product, that's the real profitable niche.
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    • Profile picture of the author CityCowboy
      Originally Posted by Sitestomp View Post

      Without any context or supporting data, that list is meaningless. Every niche listed is already oversaturated. There's no way a new marketer is breaking into any of those. You have to create a really unique and helpful product, that's the real profitable niche.
      The only niche mentioned that is extremely saturated and that I would avoid is the weight loss niche, people no more trust those who sell weight loss products. As many people with no idea or previous experience get into this niche just for the sake of make money.
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      • Profile picture of the author Gambino
        Originally Posted by CityCowboy View Post

        The only niche mentioned that is extremely saturated and that I would avoid is the weight loss niche, people no more trust those who sell weight loss products. As many people with no idea or previous experience get into this niche just for the sake of make money.
        You seem to make quite a few assumptions but haven't really backed them up yet. Many people have asked how you conclude that these markets you listed are indeed the most profitable markets.. while you question another member that simply asked how you know that these are the most profitable markets. Then you claim that these markets must be more profitable than the market that that poster is in (even though you have no idea what market he/she is in).

        Then, you follow those assumptions with the assumption that the weight loss market is oversaturated, and people don't trust sellers.

        So, let me ask you a few questions so that we can clarify your list:

        1. Why are these the most profitable markets? How do you know this?
        2. What markets are profitable but not as profitable as the ones you listed?
        3. How do you conclude that the weight loss market is oversaturated and people aren't trusting sellers within the market?

        While these markets can be wildly profitable, can you narrow down more specific segments within these markets? I ask, because it will be impossible for a newbie to compete with big businesses in these markets.

        Finally, I still wonder about your thoughts on the weight loss market. Are you telling me there aren't skeptics in the MMO market? Fitness?

        As always - build a reputable brand, and give customers what they want/need, and you can find success within any niche if done correctly. The problem is that most people seem to think they can build a business around "what will these customers do for me?" Instead of "what can I provide to these people/customers?"
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    • Profile picture of the author [RyanMilligan]
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      Originally Posted by Sitestomp View Post

      Without any context or supporting data, that list is meaningless. Every niche listed is already oversaturated. There's no way a new marketer is breaking into any of those. You have to create a really unique and helpful product, that's the real profitable niche.
      I have to disagree with that.

      'really unique and helpful product' isn't a niche. it's something you can create within a niche but any niche on that list on the original post can be newbie friendly.

      You just have to get a little more targeted within the niche.

      ✓ Weight loss - for men over 45 who work office jobs and have family commitments.

      ✓ Muscle Building and fitness - for people with a disability.

      ✓ Make money online - for retired people looking to make a few hundred dollars a month only.

      ✓ Dating and relationships - for people with social anxiety and other mental health issues.

      I could have gone down the rest of the list but I'm sure you get my point.

      Niches within niches that target pretty specific things might not have as large a audience to promote to but the audience that is there don't often come across helpful products like the broader part of the whole niche does.
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      • Profile picture of the author discrat
        Originally Posted by [RyanMilligan] View Post

        ✓ Weight loss - for men over 45 who work office jobs and have family commitments.

        ✓ Muscle Building and fitness - for people with a disability.

        ✓ Make money online - for retired people looking to make a few hundred dollars a month only.

        ✓ Dating and relationships - for people with social anxiety and other mental health issues.
        Some good refined niches. I think this is key to "chisel" it down to find more highly targeted areas of prospects that are prone to be Buyers


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        • Profile picture of the author [RyanMilligan]
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          Originally Posted by discrat View Post

          Some good refined niches. I think this is key to "chisel" it down to find more highly targeted areas of prospects that are prone to be Buyers


          - Robert Andrew

          Maybe I am taking that in the wrong context but have you actually tested any of these? Can you indefinitely say that the demographics of those refined niches aren't buyers?

          I know for example wheelchair bodybuilding has a lot more active athletes in it than you might imagine. Break down the psychology of someone who was sadly just told they'd be in a wheelchair for the rest of their lives, I think a lot of people would look for something fulfilling for themselves in that situation and a lot of men might go down the fitness route.

          Being restricted to a wheelchair would make some things difficult but bodybuilding is one thing they can do. Some of those bodybuilders are unbelievably inspiring. You should have a look.

          They have to learn the sport somewhere though and in this day and age the internet is usually the first place we ask questions and look for answers.

          You might not have a huge demographic to market to there but I can bet it would convert really well and helping people reach their goals in life other than simply just wanting to make money would be pretty fulfilling.

          People with social anxiety will almost buy anything if the anxiety is bad enough. Interacting with other people is something that happens in day to day life, imagine you had S.A so bad you couldn't look someone in the eyes? Would you be a buyer then do you think?

          The key is actually help people. If you aren't helping people you are basically just stealing from them in a polite way.

          HOWEVER.. I'm really tired and might have taken your post the wrong way. I apologise if I did.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leon Witter
    Thank you for sharing @CityCowboy - I'm surprised Travel isn't included...
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by CityCowboy View Post

    Here is a list of some of the most profitable niches ever:
    You forget a few...

    - MILF porn

    - Penis enlargement

    - Computer repair

    - Sports training niches
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  • Profile picture of the author shaunybb
    Hey!


    What people fail to comprehend is that for example "weight loss" is not necessarily a niche but a market!


    A targeted NICHE within the WEIGHT LOSS MARKET, would be for example....


    "Women over 40 looking to lose belly fat"


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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    IMO almost any niche can be profitable if marketed properly, but I do agree that most on your list are pretty good to work with
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  • Profile picture of the author MValmont
    You won't be successful in these niches if you don't have a passion for them.

    I always funny how some people seem to think that you only have to pick a niche and then that's it, you become rich.

    You have to actually know about this niche, stay up to date with what is going on, work hard to create content , etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author schaschwin
      Originally Posted by MValmont View Post

      You won't be successful in these niches if you don't have a passion for them.

      I always funny how some people seem to think that you only have to pick a niche and then that's it, you become rich.

      You have to actually know about this niche, stay up to date with what is going on, work hard to create content , etc.
      I totally agree with you on this.

      You HAVE TO be passionate about your niche.
      You need to know as much as possible about it in order to position yourself as an expert as well.
      You can't just choose 'this' niche because it's what people are asking for. Don't randomly choose a niche.

      FIRST you must know yourself. What do you like? What are you good at?
      THEN you look if that is what people are looking for.

      REMEMBER that you are here to SOLVE people's problems.
      You are the one providing them with the BEST solution you have.

      AND of course, HARD work is required.

      For NEWBIES:

      No matter in which business you are in everything is involved with disciplined effort.
      You hear this over and over and over again, but let me reiterate that there is NO SUCH THING AS OVERNIGHT SUCCESS.
      Go all out and you will get what you deserve

      Alright, I actually just wanted to confirm his statement
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  • Profile picture of the author ShawnLim
    I believe most niches and industries are profitable.
    It is the person who goes into the market that will determine its profitability.
    Some people said that the weight loss is a profitable market, while some people fail to make any cent from the market.
    It has more to do with the person who runs the business than the market itself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
    A niche is only profitable when effective marketing efforts are channelled towards a demographic in demand.

    'My Kingdom for a horse'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ashley Clark
    The most profitable niches relate to 4 categories:
    - Health (health &beauty)
    - Wealth (wealth&success)
    - Happiness
    - Love (relationships)

    Demand for those services will never decrease. I mean people will always want to be rich and happy and to be loved. And in order to have all these they have to be pretty and healthy.
    Of course without any efforts you will not get a high profit. But if you work hard and use right tools and systems, money will come really fast.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChesterDan
    If you niche down, does that generally mean less competition? Also, Can you then go for what they term "long tail keywords"?
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    • Profile picture of the author [RyanMilligan]
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      Originally Posted by ChesterDan View Post

      If you niche down, does that generally mean less competition? Also, Can you then go for what they term "long tail keywords"?

      You can do whatever you like, it isn't against the law. If you are asking if it will make you money then I can't answer that without trying it myself for thousands of long tail keywords. Some will make a profit, some will make a loss.

      Just try it mate. Do some split testing and then you know for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author 3wCorner
    How do you know it's the profitable niches in your list? Did you conduct a study or have a collective report results for it? Whatever the niches are, the keywords make the difference.
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    • Profile picture of the author CityCowboy
      Originally Posted by 3wCorner View Post

      How do you know it's the profitable niches in your list? Did you conduct a study or have a collective report results for it? Whatever the niches are, the keywords make the difference.
      I don't really understand why people keep arguing about this list!
      Again, most human problems fall into these 3 categories:

      ✓ Health
      ✓ Wealth
      ✓ Relationships

      Most people would like to cure their health problems, make more money, find their love partner and live a better life.

      All the niches that I mentioned above fall into the 3 categories that I just mentioned. PEACE
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    health,wellness and romance
    hobbies and activities
    affiliated product and services
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