How to find Hot Niches the Gurus are not telling you about. Here they are!

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Hi All,

I just had a Duh moment. A Duh moment is like an Aha moment on steroids.

I was just reading a thread in which someone made the statement for the zillionth time (not the same person of course, many have said it before) as I was saying someone made the statement...

(paraphrased)

"Gurus who sell How To Make Money products and Internet Marketing products 'hide' the real niches that they make their big money in."

True, they probably do.

However my Duh moment revealed to me in a flash what those million dollar moneymaking niches are.

They are.......


Drum roll please......

Dogs
Cats
Birds
Grapefruit
Real Estate
Health Products
Lipstick
run
Clothes
Eggs
Hot Dogs
Computers
eBay
Dirt
Water
Earth
under the mattress
Wind
Fire
Telephones
Grass
Coat Hangers
Paper
Coffee
Big
Feet
Dolls
Flashlights
Radios
Dust
Tea
My Space
Soap
Finger Nails
Fans
Coins
News
Weather


And every other noun, verb, prepositional phrase, and adjective in Webster's Dictionary!


Now the job is to find the hungry market for any of the thousands of niches we know about or can do research on.

Or is it the other way around?

Which came first, the chicken, (13,600,000 Google Searches) or the egg, (4,090,000 Google Searches)?

Duh

George Wright
#gurus #hot #niches #telling
  • Profile picture of the author David McAnulty
    George,

    This kind of laser pointing your topic and relates in regards to the DUH moment you just had.

    I just had one too a "DUH" moment that is.

    Someone should write an ebook How to Shop at Walmart.

    I would now like to coin the term "Sub-Niche" markets. Taking advantage of other business that have a loyal following and creating a niche for their followers. Some other examples would be

    -Determining the best Starbucks Coffee

    -How to write a great post on the Warrior Forum

    -Finding What You Want on Google

    This is a pretty good secret I am passing along here let's see if some Warrior's can take advantage.
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    • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
      You're both nuts But I'm researching the coat hangers niche - or should I break it down into sub niches?
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      • Profile picture of the author David McAnulty
        Rosetrees,

        That would be a great "sub-niche."

        For example,

        Best Hangers for Polos

        or

        Hangers That Work Well With J Crew
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  • Profile picture of the author Angela V. Edwards
    Well, one thing is correct; many Gurus are hiding the niches they are making their big money in. Many times they tell you outright that they aren't letting anybody know what those niches are.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    I'm no guru..

    But I'd never tell you the markets that I consider my biggest

    Peace

    Jay
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    Bare Murkage.........

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    • Profile picture of the author George Wright
      Come on JayXtreme,

      Admit it your niche is either on my list or at least in my niche directory, (Webster's")

      George Wright

      Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

      I'm no guru..

      But I'd never tell you the markets that I consider my biggest

      Peace

      Jay
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Sol
      Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

      I'm no guru..

      But I'd never tell you the markets that I consider my biggest

      Peace

      Jay
      Jay, I like how you called them "Markets" and not "Niches"...
      These are two different things...
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    • Profile picture of the author stinman
      Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

      I'm no guru..

      But I'd never tell you the markets that I consider my biggest

      Peace

      Jay
      Jay,

      I am with you here. I once signed up for a program that said that we could turn the money on and off at will. And in all of the video sales pitches, there was a statement that one of the program originators friends was able to triple their earnings with a single keyword in an adwords ad, but even after purchasing the program, they NEVER said what that keyword was. Imagine that. I shortly asked for a refund as the program did not live up to the mile long sales letter and videos had implied.

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  • Profile picture of the author Chirag
    Food for thought for sure...
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  • Profile picture of the author dsiomtw
    Let's be real ... 99% of the IM "gurus" only make money selling "how to make more money online" products. Period. End of story.
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  • Profile picture of the author jatt
    where did you get those niches anyway?I got similar one from other website.Did you used tools similar like this? Free Keyword Suggestion Tool From Wordtracker . I use wordtracker to find hot niches, but damn it was tiring!Anyone had better tools?
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  • Profile picture of the author laurieslegends
    This is funny, George. Tonight feeling totally overwhelmed, with what I am trying to do online, and what I am expected to do in the kitchen, I started cleaning out my pantry.

    I got about half done, ran out of steam and sat down at the computer. I went to google and typed in "finish what you have started" no quotes.

    I was startled to see in the drop down suggestion box that that term had been searched over 43 million times.

    I guess I am not the only one that talks to google about how I am feeling. LOL.

    Laurie,

    Not that this has anything to do with keywords, just thought you might get a chuckle out of it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
      Originally Posted by laurieslegends View Post

      I got about half done, ran out of steam and sat down at the computer. I went to google and typed in "finish what you have started" no quotes.

      I was startled to see in the drop down suggestion box that that term had been searched over 43 million times.
      Laurie,
      How ever did you find the time????
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    • Profile picture of the author Angela V. Edwards
      Originally Posted by laurieslegends View Post

      This is funny, George. Tonight feeling totally overwhelmed, with what I am trying to do online, and what I am expected to do in the kitchen, I started cleaning out my pantry.

      I got about half done, ran out of steam and sat down at the computer. I went to google and typed in "finish what you have started" no quotes.

      I was startled to see in the drop down suggestion box that that term had been searched over 43 million times.

      I guess I am not the only one that talks to google about how I am feeling. LOL.

      Laurie,

      Not that this has anything to do with keywords, just thought you might get a chuckle out of it.
      I actually read in a magazine once there was a lady who created an extremely successful offline business called "Finish It" or something like that. She simply finished up craft projects and such that people start and never finish.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
    My list of niche keywords is much shorter..

    Who?
    What?
    How?
    Where?
    When?
    Why?



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  • Profile picture of the author dsmpublishing
    i must admit im a sucker for the food niche - my husband was a chef for ten years so it fits in nicely!
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    • Profile picture of the author George Wright
      Hi dsmpublishing,

      As a matter of fact some very big hitters in IM today got started in the food business. Specifically they sold cook books.

      George Wright

      Originally Posted by dsmpublishing View Post

      i must admit im a sucker for the food niche - my husband was a chef for ten years so it fits in nicely!
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