The best quick and dirty way to find the competition in the larger niches at the top level?

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I want to embark on getting established in a new niche this year and am finding it difficult to make the first step. I have a great technique for researching keywords and competition within a niche but have never really thought of things at the top level.

Off the top of my head I would guess that niches such as Internet marketing, weight loss, make money online, forex etc are all highly competitive, and this doesn't frighten me off, but does anyone know or can think of a way to do a quick comparison at this level?

Its easy to do it on a keyword basis but what about the niche overall. Is bodybuilding more competitive than off grid living if you see what I mean?

is there any quick and dirty way of doing a comparison of profitability and competition before moving in deeper?

Any ideas would be very welcome thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author David Wolfman
    IMO there is no point of comparing very top niches as you will be successful in them regardless of the competition. Just choose the niche you're most comfortable with and stay with it until you succeed.

    Don't bother with the amount of competition but watch what top dogs in your niche are doing to get to the top and learn/copy what they do. You already know how to research competition.
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    • Profile picture of the author Caragui
      Originally Posted by David Wolfman View Post

      IMO there is no point of comparing very top niches as you will be successful in them regardless of the competition. Just choose the niche you're most comfortable with and stay with it until you succeed.

      Don't bother with the amount of competition but watch what top dogs in your niche are doing to get to the top and learn/copy what they do. You already know how to research competition.

      Nice idea....been afraid to cross swords with with the so called 'big guns' but look hard enough and there should be a sub-niche worth going after.
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  • Profile picture of the author rammonster
    There are a lot of factors that come in when you're gunning for a niche...i mean find out what your competition is doing...just copy that and you do it better than your competitors, No matter how big or small the niche is... if that guy did it...so can you!
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