If You Were Forced To Choose One Niche To Profit From, Which Would It Be?

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Hi there,

LONG time WF lurker here. And I was wondering if I can get your opinions on something.

I'm a freelance writer and working on creating my own PLR website--one in which all of the articles are researched and handwritten by me. However, I'm unsure about which niche would have the highest demand.

Sure, I could go the route of most PLR websites and offer a variety of categories from which my buyers could choose, but I prefer to focus on one niche. Specifically, I'd like to offer digital marketing articles (affiliate marketing, PPC, SEM social media, etc.)

Why? Because I genuinely enjoy researching and writing about this topic. I also feel that focusing on one niche is better in terms of creating the highest quality content! So I'm left with three key questions:

1.) If you were in my position which niche would you choose?
2.) As an internet marketer, what type of PLR are you most interested in purchasing? (assuming that you use PLR.)
3. ) Do you think there is a large enough demand for digital marketing PLR?

I appreciate any advice or opinions you're willing to offer! Warrior Forums has always shown me that there's definitely more than one way of looking at a situation so I'm very interested in your feedback.

Thanks,
Liz
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by Elizabeth Martin View Post

    Hi there,

    LONG time WF lurker here. And I was wondering if I can get your opinions on something.

    I'm a freelance writer and working on creating my own PLR website--one in which all of the articles are researched and handwritten by me. However, I'm unsure about which niche would have the highest demand.

    Sure, I could go the route of most PLR websites and offer a variety of categories from which my buyers could choose, but I prefer to focus on one niche. Specifically, I'd like to offer digital marketing articles (affiliate marketing, PPC, SEM social media, etc.)

    Why? Because I genuinely enjoy researching and writing about this topic. I also feel that focusing on one niche is better in terms of creating the highest quality content! So I'm left with three key questions:

    1.) If you were in my position which niche would you choose?
    2.) As an internet marketer, what type of PLR are you most interested in purchasing? (assuming that you use PLR.)
    3. ) Do you think there is a large enough demand for digital marketing PLR?

    I appreciate any advice or opinions you're willing to offer! Warrior Forums has always shown me that there's definitely more than one way of looking at a situation so I'm very interested in your feedback.

    Thanks,
    Liz
    Hi Liz,

    Go to the poll recently posted at the top of this forum. Here is what you will see:
    Social Media Marketing
    SEO
    Email marketing
    Media Buying
    Marketing Automation
    Influencer Marketing
    Growth Hacking

    This poll was posted by new ADMIN, and like all polls, it tells a separate story, due to the choices offered.

    But, sadly, out of the alleged tens of thousands of members here, only a handful have even voted.

    You have your answer, DIGITAL MARKETING. A very crowded, albeit, evergreen market and you have a built in audience right here.

    I suggest you study the topics presented at startcon.com which is the big influence on WF at this time, and in the coming months, we'll see a lot of these participants making offers here.

    So, my OPINION, is PLR is a penny-ante game you will be playing while letting your research and writing skills pay you nickles and dime while skipping over 100 dollar bills.

    Why not write for that list of speakers at startcon? See how many successful companies they have started. BUSY people, WHO probably don't have time to research and write their own content, and have the bux to pay someone to do so.

    PLR content, by it's very nature is generic enough for the masses. TARGETED RESEARCH is worth 1000 times more to the right market.

    But, if you insist on going the PLR route, you can't go wrong with doing what you prefer to do...DIGITAL MARKETING ARTICLES.

    Good luck.

    GordonJ

    PS. All polls are skewed at concept, eliminating choices you don't want the poll taker to answer. WF is poised to present expertise in each of the 7 categories they used.
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    • Profile picture of the author Elizabeth Martin
      Thanks Gordon!

      I appreciate your insight. Admittedly, I wasn't even aware of Startcon. I'm checking them out and that idea sounds very promising!
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  • Profile picture of the author Oneil Jones
    Hi Liz, as Gordon says PLRs in your niche are very popular and also in demand and are an evergreen topics at the same time.

    But bear in mind, PLRs are very cheap and very hard to market. but i do know a few marketers that have made their names with PLRs.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    But bear in mind, PLRs are very cheap and very hard to market
    Not even close to true. You can buy junk cars all over the place. Does that mean all cars are junk? I'm 100% confident I've made more money selling "cheap hard-to-market" PLR than you've seen in your entire life. A lot of that low-competition selling was due to the erroneous belief that all PLR is junk.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Originally Posted by Elizabeth Martin View Post


    1.) If you were in my position which niche would you choose?
    Ever see people who walk their dogs in public places and they need to pick up the doggy doo. Well there is your niche.

    Dog crap my friend, Dog Crap.

    If I can do any other free niche research for you just post in this thread and I will be there

    al
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    Pick the niche you are most passionate about then create a product or service that helps, solves problems or enriches people's life.
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    I would suggest you target your freelance work around the highest paying ppc Google adwords. Some advertisers pay as much as $50 per click in some of these markets, so it's a good bet they will pay well for top quality articles.

    My own marketing is through article syndication in dozens of some of the most hotly competitive niches. Editors for online/offline publications are always hungry for quality content. For example, "insurance" and "mortgage" have been the best paying as an affiliate in these markets.
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  • Profile picture of the author superowid
    This is interesting. I want to know as well what niche I can go deeper with my drawing and graphic creation skill? I would say it's easier for writer to find niche such as digital marketing than graphic guy like me. Just saying.
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    • Profile picture of the author Elizabeth Martin
      Hi!

      You may want to consider offering designs to the crafting community--specifically, SVG designs. It may seem like a small niche, but the audience is extremely passionate about their hobby (printing shirts for their children, printing accents for their homes, printing gifts for special occasions like baby showers and etc.)

      You can get a feel for what they like by visiting stores like Hobby Lobby and Michael's. You can also look around on Etsy to find out what designs are among the most popular.

      I'm by no means a graphic designer, but I've always had an interest in it so I tried my hand at creating SVG designs. I was able to accumulate over 2,000 subscribers before my first year was out. I just paid attention to what they wanted. In my opinion, it's a community that's somewhat under-served. I hope this helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Outside of my current niche (IM), i would choose penis enlargement. All kinds of crazy money there. (why i'm in IM and not penis enlargement is my personal reasons). Just make sure that you have backend products to promote to your customers if you PLR it.

    You could always sell on ebay too. I was a powerseller and top rated seller on there. It's easy, just make sure you find ways to incorporate automation into your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Christianity, no question.

    Unfortunately, as a marketer, I have more scruples than most evangelists.
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  • Profile picture of the author jmosticc22
    There is demand for PLR but you have to follow the niche that you are passionate about, find that passion and offer your buyers value and fill a purpose or void. Identify what they need before you start doing anything.
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  • 1. I like digital marketing.
    2. PLR on traffic generation and product review but they must be up-to-date.
    3. Yes. It is good for you to have a membership site that can provide fresh PLR to members every month.
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  • Profile picture of the author art72
    While everyone suggests choosing a niche your passionate about... I don't think it matters!!!

    From ripped-abs, building chicken coops, to removing genital warts... there's markets for shit I've never even heard of (let alone be passionate about) that people have made small fortunes promoting/selling online and offline!

    Naturally, making more money (*opportunity) and business opps are evergreen human interests... as is mindset, health, communications, networking, relationships, pets, travel, hobbies, tools, training, etc...

    If you're gonna pick a niche... pick one proven to have an existing buyer's market! - If you happen to be passionate about the product - even better, but you don't need to be overweight to sell a million-dollars worth of weightloss products... maybe you're passionate about "helping others, solving problems, and getting filthy-f'ing-rich... or helping other people escape their worst nightmares...

    So... understanding what other people need, want, and desire should be your main focus, not what you're passionate about! If you possess empathy, wisdom, and compassion for helping others... Odds are probable you'll succeed in life.

    If you're a pompous twat who thinks everyone needs, wants, or desires to be like you, read your blog, click your links, and make you rich... you can flaunt the bait all you want... but most people will not take the hook!

    As far as PLR... there's people here (*or at least there used to be here, lol) who've made tons of money selling PLR content, graphics, and complete DFY websites & funnels... article packs, emails, and quality (resellable) content.

    I've bought quite a bit of PLR, MRR, and the likes over the years, but I've never sold anything online with much success!!! (*Never could pick one business model and run with it... I was too busy convincing myself, I needed to master every aspect first!)

    Some suggest; "ignorance on fire is better than knowledge on ice!"

    But, I think the most important issue is knowing your own ability to communicate your chosen offers - be it in writing, speech, video... and putting the prospect/buyer first and foremost.

    Meanwhile, most of us can't get out of our own way... in order to truly serve others and achieve success. If you can do that passionately, it doesn't matter which niche you pick... you'll be alright!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
      Originally Posted by art72 View Post



      ... but I've never sold anything online with much success!!! (*Never could pick one business model and run with it... I was too busy convincing myself, I needed to master every aspect first!)

      Some suggest; "ignorance on fire is better than knowledge on ice!"

      Meanwhile, most of us can't get out of our own way... in order to truly serve others and achieve success. If you can do that passionately, it doesn't matter which niche you pick... you'll be alright!!!
      Thanks. I might argue one does not have to get out of his own way, passionately, but...definitely, the biggest hurdle to all achievement is the person we see in the mirror every day.

      GordonJ
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  • Profile picture of the author AffiliatePrograms
    I think it's a mistake to limit yourself to one niche. Do at least 3 to 5 for diversification.
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  • Profile picture of the author Primescout
    you should try animal healthcare and try to narrow it locally first as reputation works awesome with unsaturated niches as well
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