I'm getting a landing page featuring the 96 most profitable niches in Amazon Publishing. Now, . . .

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how often do this charts change so that the top niche descends and a currently lower one rises?

That's what stops me from buying a fixed ebook reference on niche selection.

When you buy a brand new car and drive it off the dealer's lot, you just lost about two grand of the money you spent right then.

When you buy a new pc, a few weeks later something new gets released, and what happens to the money you already spent on the product that you just bought?

It descends in value, doesn't it, now?

It does. Happens all the time.

How soon before these top 96 niches at the top of the publishing heap get superseded by a currently lower placed niche in publishing.

All you need to do to confirm my point is to go to Google Trends. On the morning of one day, something's trending big time. On the afternoon of that very same day, something new bumps it to the shoulder off course from where it was that very morning.

If I'm going to invest in niche research, I'm going to need a device that can yield me niche results with far greater staying power than a book recommending the top 96 niches up there right now.

Any suggestions for such a reliable niche gauge?
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    If I'm going to invest in niche research, I'm going to need a device that can yield me niche results with far greater staying power than a book recommending the top 96 niches up there right now.
    Promote Evergreen products and services.

    i.e. Babies - they just keep coming whether they are trending or not. They and their new parents need lots of stuff!
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    • Profile picture of the author Roberto Fiad
      Your point makes valid sense. I appreciate the feed back.

      Now, all I need to do is acquire a gauge for evergreen niches.

      Not all of us internet marketers are inclined to write about babies. If there's no inherent motivation for this niche, no matter how we'd try, the efforts would fail. The absence of passion or motivation would show blatantly.

      So now, I'll need to get a device or measuring means to gauge evergreen niches or niches that may not yet be evergreen and become evergreen. And I'd need to gauge something that may be evergreen now and later on, cease to be so evergreen.

      See what I mean?
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    • Profile picture of the author quadagon
      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      Promote Evergreen products and services.

      i.e. Babies
      Not sure I'd recommend someone to sell babies : )
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  • Profile picture of the author williamstout
    There is no such niche gauge but if you really want consistent sales then go with products which are ever green such as baby products, health products etc which we all are always in need of.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I'll need to get a device or measuring means to gauge evergreen niches or niches that may not yet be evergreen and become evergreen.
    You are making it much harder than it is.

    Evergreen niches - anything people buy day after day - week after week. It may be a product many people rely on for special occasions (weddings, newborn babies, etc) or a group of products that many people need once in a while - boat accessories, beach chairs, swimming pools (and products/toys/floats for the pools), gardening and on and on and on. It can be personal care items or home maintenance items that people buy consistently.

    The best tool to find evergreen niches? Your own mind - THINK - watch what people buy....pay attention to what YOU buy on a regular basis.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by Roberto Fiad View Post

    Any suggestions for such a reliable niche gauge?

    Roberto,

    I sense a bit of frustration in your post and imagine you are paralyzed to some extent because you want (or expect) the path to success to be well lit and easily discernible by relying on smart unfailing technology to guarantee you make the proper choices and decisions about your approach to beginning Internet marketing.

    Where you err is in assuming that niche research is about investing in a "device" to tell you what to do and where to go to find online income.

    The best "device" at anyone's disposal is that clump of matter that sits squarely on top of your shoulders. Use it. Don't look for a mechanical intelligence to tell you what to do.

    Identifying a profitable niche is as simple as finding a group of people that are looking to solve a common problem or realize a desire they have.

    With that in mind, let others guide you who have been down the road you are staring at right now. Listen to what they are saying and do as they direct.

    Here is a starting point:

    The Niche Intelligence Report

    Yes, it is dated somewhat, but the niches the author talks about are still money-makers today, validating the fact that there are evergreen markets that have money flowing that anyone can enter.

    This business is all about you and the path you choose to take. Your journey will be different from anyone elses. You are the business.

    The very best to you,

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    • Profile picture of the author Roberto Fiad
      Thank you, Steve.

      As you likely understand, I am quite a novice in this industry and I seek to get the most up to date information that I can.

      Best Wishes,

      Roberto E. Fiad
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    Originally Posted by Roberto Fiad View Post

    how often do this charts change so that the top niche descends and a currently lower one rises?

    That's what stops me from buying a fixed ebook reference on niche selection.

    When you buy a brand new car and drive it off the dealer's lot, you just lost about two grand of the money you spent right then.

    When you buy a new pc, a few weeks later something new gets released, and what happens to the money you already spent on the product that you just bought?

    It descends in value, doesn't it, now?

    It does. Happens all the time.

    How soon before these top 96 niches at the top of the publishing heap get superseded by a currently lower placed niche in publishing.

    All you need to do to confirm my point is to go to Google Trends. On the morning of one day, something's trending big time. On the afternoon of that very same day, something new bumps it to the shoulder off course from where it was that very morning.

    If I'm going to invest in niche research, I'm going to need a device that can yield me niche results with far greater staying power than a book recommending the top 96 niches up there right now.

    Any suggestions for such a reliable niche gauge?
    Quick Amazon tips:

    Find products that aren't readily available at the local Walmart or HomeDepot

    Find products that will sell in bulk to businesses and market to businesses. For example, Mom may buy a set of linens, whereas Mom and Pop's Motel may buy 3 dozens sets of linens.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by Roberto Fiad View Post

    how often do this charts change so that the top niche descends and a currently lower one rises?

    That's what stops me from buying a fixed ebook reference on niche selection.

    When you buy a brand new car and drive it off the dealer's lot, you just lost about two grand of the money you spent right then.

    When you buy a new pc, a few weeks later something new gets released, and what happens to the money you already spent on the product that you just bought?

    It descends in value, doesn't it, now?

    It does. Happens all the time.

    How soon before these top 96 niches at the top of the publishing heap get superseded by a currently lower placed niche in publishing.

    All you need to do to confirm my point is to go to Google Trends. On the morning of one day, something's trending big time. On the afternoon of that very same day, something new bumps it to the shoulder off course from where it was that very morning.

    If I'm going to invest in niche research, I'm going to need a device that can yield me niche results with far greater staying power than a book recommending the top 96 niches up there right now.

    Any suggestions for such a reliable niche gauge?



    Stop chasing trends and target evergreen niches.

    No more unnecessary worries.
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Stop chasing trends and target evergreen niches.

      No more unnecessary worries.
      yes I am currently doing a few hundred profit each day.

      This is from ever green niches such as DIET, weightloss, STOCK MARKET, and the RELATIONSHIP niche.

      all in all, the relationship niche is good, because we all want more sex, better communication and happy partners. So this is never going to die this niche in the next 10000 years.

      Another good niche I am looking into, is the AI, VIRTUAL REALITY and ROBITICS niche. I am on the verge of creating a $10,000 per month business in this alone, but is this going to be an EVERGREEN niche.....NO....its too early. But its going to be effin' huge in terms of making money and niches to sell in.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Man oh man you're making this harder than it needs to be.

    You have the device, as it has already been pointed out, your head. Use it.

    I mean, go to your local Home Depot, see what they sell... if they have many of an item, it's not a bad item. Do that for other stores. Pay attention to what you, your family, your friends buy and how often and how much it costs.

    Stop thinking, do something with your info.

    Go to a big book store, look at the magazine on display... Read the section names... Sell something that fits one of those sections...

    Beauty, losing weight, moving, decorating, business, ravel, sports, computers are some of the industries that have ton of magazines at my book store.

    The sports industry has a ton of stuff on body building, losing weight, jogging, golfing... The jogging has magazines for young women joggers, for old farts.... One of them has tips for jogging if you're 55 and over... Some of them have to do with running, being 55, obese and on 72 diabetes meds...

    See how you can narrow it down... Because the thing is, evergreen is good, but if you are not narrowing down, you lose or need a lot of money to start it.

    Originally Posted by Roberto Fiad View Post

    Your point makes valid sense. I appreciate the feed back.

    Now, all I need to do is acquire a gauge for evergreen niches.

    Not all of us internet marketers are inclined to write about babies. If there's no inherent motivation for this niche, no matter how we'd try, the efforts would fail. The absence of passion or motivation would show blatantly.

    So now, I'll need to get a device or measuring means to gauge evergreen niches or niches that may not yet be evergreen and become evergreen. And I'd need to gauge something that may be evergreen now and later on, cease to be so evergreen.

    See what I mean?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kes Writes
    Nothing last forever. It depends on the niche. Some niches are more dynamic than others. For the very dynamic ones, the rate with which new products are released to the market will determine how long the old ones will stay on top of the niche.
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