Are these niches still hot?

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Hello Warriors,

I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

1) Gadgets and latest technology.
2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

Thanks,
MagicLouie
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  • Profile picture of the author nimcus38318
    Those niches are evergreen, but do your own homework.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebRank1
    These niches are not niches per sé, they are more like topics.
    If you dig deeper you'll find niches.
    For example: Gadgets > Iphone 4 > Iphone 4 cables
    Now, Iphone 4 cables is a niche.

    But anyway, yes like the poster above said, those are evergreen because they are fast developing markets with new products released every other day.

    As for domains, as long as they are descriptive they could be 20 characters. The prospect just needs to know why to click on it. Think of it as a mini headline.
    If you have 20 characters in a headline, what would you want your prospect to know to make them click it?
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    • Profile picture of the author Sweely99
      Originally Posted by WebRank1 View Post

      For example: Gadgets > Iphone 4 > Iphone 4 cables
      Now, Iphone 4 cables is a niche.
      Replace the number 4 with a 5 and you've got yourself a great niche that sure will get big anytime soon
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  • A brilliant little niche is that of the Best Man speeches. Try targeting websites that late 20's- early 30 year olds (25-35 year olds) use. Loads of people get married around that age and people are always after ideas for bestman speeches.

    Maybe use Facebook to advertise it???

    good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Niche Kid
    Here's a freebie for you in the wedding niche:

    1st wedding anniversary gifts
    25th wedding anniversary gifts
    40th wedding anniversary gifts
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  • Profile picture of the author imfusa
    Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie
    I would go for the first one:
    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    and the third one
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    In my opinion they are the almost best paid adsense niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sebastian Oudot
    I think these three niches are still hot and will still hot in the future as well.

    We are completely surrounded by new technology where simple watches became GPS navigator and heart monitor and where simple phones
    became camera and internet support.

    By the way your niches make me think of another one. If you take some heart monitor for example, it can be a sub niche for gadgets, latest technology but for health, wellness and beauty as well.

    As for wedding niche, this is part of almost anybody's life. So this is certainly a good niche.
    You could specialize yourself in some wedding travel. It would be honey moon for the wedding niche but you can target as well people from the travel niche.

    About the Health, Wellness and Beauty niche, I'm pretty sure it will not stop soon. Take a look in any cities and you will find more and more gym, private coaching etc...
    And when you watch TV, a huge part of publicity are for beauty products.


    For your domain name, it depends which website you want have. If you want build an authority website with lot of contents, you can choose to use just two or three words.
    For example, if your niche is golf, you can have "bestgolftips.com" as your domain name.

    If you want build a small website, you need to choose an exact keyword domain name with more words because you will have far less competition. For our golf example, you can choose "bestgolftipsforwomen".

    Hope this helps

    Sebastian
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  • Profile picture of the author mandark
    All of these niches are "hot".. but they are also saturated with IMers like yourself. What you need to do is find your place within these broad niche topics - in a smaller, more specific niche which has less competition.
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  • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
    Hello Fellow Warriors,

    Thanks a lot for your ideas and suggestions. I have fully understood them.

    More power to you all.

    Cheers,
    MagicLouie
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  • Profile picture of the author eric w
    Gadgets and latest technology have so many sub niches that are "crazy" profitable, especially on eBay.

    I've made a killing in this huge market using eBay and craigslist and it continues to be a cash cow!

    eBay is an absolute goldmine for it, but you really have to know what you're doing due to this being a high fraud market.

    There are new gadgets with the latest technology, constantly coming out...new iphones (hint), kindles, apps, etc. and each of these have their own sub-niches...i.e. accessories..HELLO!

    Different platforms to sell them on....Amazon, eBay, craigslist (not my favorite, but highly profitable...I always meet buyers next to the police station here in Dearborn, Michigan)

    Gadgets and technology is very hot and will remain so.....God Willing, of course!

    Man, I a couple of years ago, I was dropshipping hard drives and refurbished cappuccino machines on eBay making up to $4,000 per month!...using only 1 supplier!

    Now, you have kindles, ipads, iphone 3g, 3gs 16gb, 3gs 8gb, 3gs 32gb, iphone 4, and the iphone 5 coming, blackberry, evo4, unlocked, jailbroken, unlocked and jailbroken, jailbroken, but not unlocked....i mean I could go on...and on..with gadgets and technology!

    I do my damage mainly on eBay because the demand is still hot there and the buyers are, literally begging you to take their money!

    While everyone is running to cpa and offline (I get my share from them also), I'm quietly making $50 here and $500 there...oh!...$1000 over there..from eBay...all from gadgets and technology.

    Anyway, gadgets and technology is still hot!..and if you're thinking of going the eBay route, I can give you some pointers on how I make money from it and how to avoid being scammed from it....because there are plenty of them out there.

    eric w
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  • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
    Hello Warriors,

    I have realized that buying domain names is not an easy task since most of them are already taken. Now, do you prefer domain names with dashes?
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      You can still buy .info domains targeting very specific products in even the hottest and most competitive niches.
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      • Profile picture of the author surfless
        Those niches will always be hot. They will never stop being money makers (evergreen)

        I wouldn't ever use more than three words in a domain name personally.

        There's nothing wrong with using dashes.. they are the next best thing to the original imo.
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      • Profile picture of the author paulie888
        Originally Posted by myob View Post

        You can still buy .info domains targeting very specific products in even the hottest and most competitive niches.
        It's a pity that the .info TLDs have acquired such stigma among the mainstream marketers - deep down I know that the majority of them won't consider one even when they offer such amazing opportunity.
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        • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
          Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

          It's a pity that the .info TLDs have acquired such stigma among the mainstream marketers - deep down I know that the majority of them won't consider one even when they offer such amazing opportunity.
          Not really a pity Paul. I buy them quite often and do rather well with them.

          I think it's rather splendid everyone thinks they're crap.

          Nice for me though. :p
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          • Profile picture of the author paulie888
            Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

            Not really a pity Paul. I buy them quite often and do rather well with them.

            I think it's rather splendid everyone thinks they're crap.

            Nice for me though. :p
            Richard, I know. I just find it hilarious that we can come in here and keep posting about this until our fingers are numb and sore, yet it won't make any difference in what they think.

            Paul
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          • Profile picture of the author myob
            Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

            ...I think it's rather splendid everyone thinks they're crap.

            Nice for me though. :p
            Absolutely, LOL! I'm always buying .info TLD for most of these niches as well as other very competitive ones. Throw up some articles, spread them around, and bam! Instant sales while others are just trying to rank.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Dybka
    Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie
    These are markets,not niches,gadgets and tech will never die off,neither will health and beauty,these are just huge markets


    Steve
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  • Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie
    Personally I think it is not so much about the niche, but more about they keywords you are drawing your traffic from. The bottom line is that if you can get the right keyword it doesn't matter what you are selling. People will be sitting at their computer ready to buy. All you are doing is intercepting their purchase with your site offering them what they are looking for (hopefully)
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    • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
      Originally Posted by TBInternetMarketing View Post

      Personally I think it is not so much about the niche, but more about they keywords you are drawing your traffic from. The bottom line is that if you can get the right keyword it doesn't matter what you are selling. People will be sitting at their computer ready to buy. All you are doing is intercepting their purchase with your site offering them what they are looking for (hopefully)
      Thanks TBInternetMarketing, that makes a lot of sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie
    Lifestyle markets such as #2 and #3 will always be hot. Of course, new gadgets will probably always be hot as well. Regarding domain names: everyone has their own take on it, but I always like to use Amazon.com as an example. The word, Amazon, in and of itself says nothing about what they do, which goes to show you it's all on how your market and promote your business.

    Sure it helps to have a short, catchy name, but that's not necessary for success.

    There are marketers that target trends such as making season-specific websites for Halloween, Xmas, etc. and they do very well with that.

    My philosophy is going after evergreen niches that will be around 100 years from now. Think about it. There will always be single people looking for that special someone. There will always be people who have relationship problems. There will always be people looking to get their loved one back and people who want to stop their divorce.

    People want their kids to perform better at sports, so viola! The first guy who came out with an infoproduct on TV on how to get your kid to play better baseball in little league made a killing! Guess what? That market isn't going away anytime soon.

    Americans spent over 40 billion dollars on their pets last year and it continues to grow despite the economy. That market isn't going away for a long time.

    The stock market and forex market will be hot for a very long time because people want to make money that way. If you can find a system (there are many good ones out there) to promote that you believe in, it's a good market to get into. I used to run a stock investing newsletter that cost over $200 a year to join. It took me nearly 2 years to obtain over 1,000 paying customers, but it was worth it. I then sold it off to one of my JV partners.

    You are really only limited by your own imagination.

    Many people view these type of markets as saturated or too competitive, but if you invest the time in learning how to write sales copy, how to perform market research, how to create products and services that people want, and integrate that with viral marketing and never ending promotion, you can compete in virtually any market. Tony Robbins has written that if you want to succeed you've got to master the fundamentals. I wish I would have taken that advice to heart when I was younger.

    Good luck,

    RoD
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    • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
      Originally Posted by Rod Cortez View Post

      Lifestyle markets such as #2 and #3 will always be hot. Of course, new gadgets will probably always be hot as well. Regarding domain names: everyone has their own take on it, but I always like to use Amazon.com as an example. The word, Amazon, in and of itself says nothing about what they do, which goes to show you it's all on how your market and promote your business.

      Sure it helps to have a short, catchy name, but that's not necessary for success.

      There are marketers that target trends such as making season-specific websites for Halloween, Xmas, etc. and they do very well with that.

      My philosophy is going after evergreen niches that will be around 100 years from now. Think about it. There will always be single people looking for that special someone. There will always be people who have relationship problems. There will always be people looking to get their loved one back and people who want to stop their divorce.

      People want their kids to perform better at sports, so viola! The first guy who came out with an infoproduct on TV on how to get your kid to play better baseball in little league made a killing! Guess what? That market isn't going away anytime soons.

      Americans spent over 40 billion dollars on their pets last year and it continues to grow despite the economy. That market isn't going away anytime soon.

      The stock market and forex market will be hot for a very long time because people want to make money that way. If you can find a system (there are many good ones out there) to promote that you believe in, it's a good market to get into. I used to run a stock investing newsletter that cost over $200 a year to join. It took me nearly 2 years to obtain over 1,000 paying customers, but it was worth it. I then sold it off to one of my JV partners.

      You are really only limited by your own imagination.

      Many people view these type of markets as saturated or too competitive, but if you invest the time in learning how to write sales copy, how to perform market research, how to create products and services that people want, and integrate that with viral marketing and never ending promotion, you can compete in virtually any market. Tony Robbins has written that if you want to succeed you've got to master the fundamentals. I wish I would have taken that advice to heart when I was younger.

      Good luck,

      RoD
      This is truly a complete info Rod. Thanks a lot for putting this together.....,
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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Shook
        These are some of the biggest markets in the world. There are millions of people who spend their time online just looking for new (and old) ideas in these areas.

        One of the the biggest market sectors demographically speaking right now is the baby boomer market. People with money who grew up never trusting anyone over 30 and who still want to look they did in the 60's and 70's. Just in health and beauty alone, there are millons of dollars spent everyday.

        One of the fastest growing segments on FB (and I suspect online as a whole) is women over 55. Looking for connection and looking for their friends. My wife spends more time on FB than my daughter and granddaughter and has connected with lots of folks from her past.

        She also spends a lot of time pursuing anti aging information. This group of people has money and time and is technologically literate enough to have few issues with the digital world. OK I am makng some assumptions here, but the truth is the technological world has become a lot easier to navigate in the last 10 years.

        The internet is stable for the most part and the last mile of copper problem has been fixed in most places in the US anyway.

        From your post it would seem that one of the biggst issues is going to be choosing a niche within these markets. You can build a business just in one tiny segment of these broad markets that will last you a very long time. This is a great time to start and great markets to choose from.

        Just pick a doman name and begin. I have one that is an English transliteration of a japanese word and it does well even if most folks do not know what it is.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimG
    Rod's post spelled out the potential for niches now and in the future. I think all three of your selected topics will continue to be money makers for specific niches within each broad topic.

    One thing I would add to this thread is focus now on how you intend to set up your marketing structure.

    I am really committed to now mapping out how I set up my marketing structure for a niche I am interested in promoting by creating a powerpoint slide showing my site design/layout.

    Next, I create an excel spreadsheet listing the keywords I want to dominate within the niche followed by another powerpoint slide showing my marketing strategy.

    This personal blueprint will guide you and make sure you stay focused and on track in order to achieve success.

    For example powerpoint slide covering site structure migth show the following:

    home site and breakdown (this could become yor authority site)
    mini-sites with breakdown and diagram of how they support the home site (these could be simple 5 page sites)
    IP structure for all sites in the domination plan

    The excel spreadsheet might show anywhere from 100 to 1000 keyword phrases to dominate for the home site

    The final powerpoint slide could show your content syndication sources, your guest blogging sources, your article directory submission sources...etc

    Any niche has the potential to be profitable but what I finally grasped last year was that failure to pre-plan ahead ultimately ended up costing me money due to lost profit potential.

    Hopefulyl that makes a bit of sense.

    Respectfully,
    Tim
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  • Profile picture of the author Valuable Solos
    Gadgets etc is a tough niche. Many big publishers are in the space already. Traditional electronics magazines, Gizmodo-type online start-ups and small guys like us. SEO is tough in this niche. Same could be said with the others.
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    • Profile picture of the author eric w
      With all of the marketing info in the warrior forum, you can "untough" this niche (or just about any niche)...for example

      Just looking on the surface..I may think like bluemanhand's statement..."Gadgets is a tough niche."...(not picking on you, but it's appropriate for this example)

      Now, what gadget you sell and where you intend to sell it can make the difference between "tough" and easy. This is the case in many markets. Some platforms are not meant for the little guy...take television advertising for example...you want to sell gadgets on tv?...good luck!

      You want to sell them on eBay?....craigslist?......be an Amazon affiliate?...now we can talk!

      Maybe selling gadgets by way of seo is tough, like bluemanhand says, but it's very doable in eBay.

      I'm just starting to get into Amazon, so hopefully, selling electronic gadgets as an affiliate is profitable...as I believe it can be.

      Listen, I know people who are first in line when a new iphone comes out...and they already have 2 or 3 other cell phones!\

      Pay attention to the news when a new electronic gadget comes out and see how the people will camp out in front of a store for 24 hrs just to be the 1st to get it.

      I was thinking of paying someone $100 to get in line for the iphone 4 when it came out because I knew I could resell it and make about $250 or more profit!

      And, i don't know how to work many of these new gadgets, but I can definitely sell you one!

      People are tripping over themselves to get the newest and shiniest gadgets!

      Remember, that new gadget (iphone 4) creates a huge used market for the previous gadget (iphone 3gs, 3g,...).

      Just look at this forum....cpa...still hot!.....offline....probably even hotter!....backlinks....consistently hot!

      Anytime you have a market where there are always upgrades and new forms of a product...it will always be hot!

      Gadgets and technology..xbox, xbox 360, ps2, ps3, nintendo wii, system games, system accessories, ebooks and videos on how to play them, fix them..relationships break-up because of them.....now you need "How to Win Your Ex Back!" because you were playing video games too long and she left you....

      eric w



      Originally Posted by bluemanhand View Post

      Gadgets etc is a tough niche. Many big publishers are in the space already. Traditional electronics magazines, Gizmodo-type online start-ups and small guys like us. SEO is tough in this niche. Same could be said with the others.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie
    > Louie, the three items you listed are not niches. They are five large, diverse markets with hundreds or thousands of niches within them.

    For example, in #2, you could niche down like this:

    Wedding Prep > Outdoor > Beach > Hawaii, so the actual niche would be Hawaiian Beach Weddings.

    You cold also break this market down by age, religion, ethnicity, first or second marriage, etc. Same-sex weddings will be a hot topic for some time.

    If you want more ideas, go to the Yahoo directory (not the search engine) and look how your topics are broken down into more and more specific niches and microniches.

    If you try to tackle a arket like "Health" on your own, your coverage will either be so superficial that no one will be interested or you will make yourself crazy trying to cover everything you want to cover. Please don't ask me how I know this - you really don't want to see the scars...

    As for domain names, it depends on how you want people to find you. If you're looking for click-through traffic, keyword links are useful for SEO. If you are looking for type-in traffic, short and memorable is the way to go.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    These are definitely good niches to go after but you must evaluate the competition and know that it may take a while for you to get to the top of each niche.

    Try being more specific if you really want to dominate...
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  • Profile picture of the author MBizInc
    Well, for start, a domain name should not have more than two syllables . But if it does have more than 2, then the name should be really catchy and easy to pronounce and remember.

    And about these niches, don't worry: technology will never die; women will always want to get married and it looks like even men are hunting beauty, wellness and health.

    So my advice: go for it!
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  • Profile picture of the author paintbrush4u
    Health and Beauty will NEVER go out of fashion...
    Gadgets and tech tools and weddings is seasonal....factor off season drop in volume when you design a site for those two.
    July is hot month for tech and gadgets.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Valuable Solos
    One more thing... gadgets like iphone 4 go out of fashion after 6-12 months. So, why not pick an evergreen gadget topic like smartphones, instead of a specific model.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sebastian Oudot
    Hello Warriors,

    I have realized that buying domain names is not an easy task since most of them are already taken. Now, do you prefer domain names with dashes?
    You can use dashes but no more than two on your domain name. If the exact domain name you want is taken, try other extensions .org, .net, .info.

    You can try with an other word at the end of your domain like tips, site, info etc...
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    • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
      Originally Posted by Sebastian Oudot View Post

      You can use dashes but no more than two on your domain name. If the exact domain name you want is taken, try other extensions .org, .net, .info.

      You can try with an other word at the end of your domain like tips, site, info etc...
      Thanks for the great info Sebastian. How about adding an adjective at the beginning of the domain name, like best, great, cheap, and among others?
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  • Profile picture of the author AgentP
    Health, wellness and beauty would always be hot niches. You may need to loon more closely for sub niches to enter
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  • Profile picture of the author misterkailo
    The wedding niche is very hot! I know someone who is making a killing on wedding related e-cards.
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    • Profile picture of the author Charlie A
      There is and always will be a virtually unlimited number of profitable niches within the health/wellness area if you dig around for good subniches.
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  • Profile picture of the author dbarnum
    Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie

    Here you go, we did some research:



    Top 10 Niche Markets For 2011
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  • Profile picture of the author Sebastian Oudot
    Thanks for the great info Sebastian. How about adding an adjective at the beginning of the domain name, like best, great, cheap, and among others?
    As much as you can, I think it's better to choose first a word at the end of your domain instead of at the beginning.

    If you have a domain name like "bestgolftips.com", you can have words at the beginning "learnthebestgolftips" or at the end "bestgolftipsforwomen".

    In both case, when Google will come to check your domain name and rank your site, I think it's better if your main keyword can be seen first.

    So if you main keyword is "bestgolftips", you can choose preferably :

    bestgolftips.com

    bestgolftips.net

    bestgolftips.org

    bestgolftips.info

    best-golf-tips.com

    best-golf-tips.net

    best-golf-tips.org

    best-golf-tips.info

    bestgolftipssite.com

    bestgolftipssite.net

    bestgolftipssite.info etc... and then you can start search for domain name with word(s) at the beginning.

    Of course, you can change the word "site" by someting else. You will find a lot of words available.


    At Godaddy, when you make a search, you have a lot of recommended choices for your domain name.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/attachme...3&d=1303022607

    And on Webhostingsearch, you have a nice overview of available domain names.
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    • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
      Originally Posted by Sebastian Oudot View Post

      As much as you can, I think it's better to choose first a word at the end of your domain instead of at the beginning.

      If you have a domain name like "bestgolftips.com", you can have words at the beginning "learnthebestgolftips" or at the end "bestgolftipsforwomen".

      In both case, when Google will come to check your domain name and rank your site, I think it's better if your main keyword can be seen first.

      So if you main keyword is "bestgolftips", you can choose preferably :

      bestgolftips.com

      bestgolftips.net

      bestgolftips.org

      bestgolftips.info

      best-golf-tips.com

      best-golf-tips.net

      best-golf-tips.org

      best-golf-tips.info

      bestgolftipssite.com

      bestgolftipssite.net

      bestgolftipssite.info etc... and then you can start search for domain name with word(s) at the beginning.

      Of course, you can change the word "site" by someting else. You will find a lot of words available.


      At Godaddy, when you make a search, you have a lot of recommended choices for your domain name.

      http://www.warriorforum.com/attachme...3&d=1303022607

      And on Webhostingsearch, you have a nice overview of available domain names.
      Again, thanks for putting this very detailed information together Sebastian. This has helped me a lot and I have now selected a number of potential domain names and of course buy them shortly.
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  • Profile picture of the author fazlerocks
    Yes, These are some niches which will always be hot or trendy in the search engines. As we develop we produce more advanced gadgets and people always tend to find a gadget which will make their living easy and exciting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Giftys
    While you're on the subject of adding a word to the domain, do you guys think that it is more important for that word to be at the end of the phrase or the beginning? I don't think anyone could know for sure but I'm interested in hearing the opinions of those more experienced. I see a lot of both out there.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by Giftys View Post

      While you're on the subject of adding a word to the domain, do you guys think that it is more important for that word to be at the end of the phrase or the beginning? I don't think anyone could know for sure but I'm interested in hearing the opinions of those more experienced. I see a lot of both out there.
      I think the reason you see a lot of both out there is because there isn't an iron-clad best answer. I think it depends on the results of your personal keyword research and your interpretation of that research.

      Since everybody likes to talk about golf, let's use that for an example.

      Let's say you want to offer golf tips for lefthanded golfers. A couple of options might be 'lefthandedgolftips.com' and 'golftipsforlefties.com'. Which stands the best chance of matching what lefthanded golfers are searching for?

      On the face of it, the first one seems like it would win (although I haven't checked).

      Suppose, though, there was a book, video, or something named "Golf Tips for Lefties" which just received a favorable review in one or more golf magazines. Now which one makes more sense?

      Picking good domain names is science. Picking great ones is art, requiring more than a stack of keyword tools and search numbers.
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  • Profile picture of the author calfred
    Hi there MagicLouie,

    Your niches are general, aka broad.

    There are some sub niches inside there which are hot, and some are not so hot.

    I've personally done well with the health niche in the diseases and conditions sub niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author prasanth5
    Health is always a hot niche. Of course weight loss is another niche that is hot too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sebastian Oudot
    You're welcome MagicLouie!
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  • Profile picture of the author Blade Runner 77
    Great posts everybody, thanks for playing, lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author showmack
    Create sub niche out of these topics and it will work. Domain name should contain keywords in it, however limit it upto 3 words

    Originally Posted by magiclouie View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I need your professional opinions and ideas regarding these niches that I have selected.

    1) Gadgets and latest technology.
    2) Wedding preparation and wedding gifts and stuffs
    3) Health, Wellness and Beauty

    Do you think these niches are still hot? You may suggest additional niches as well and some good keywords relating to the niches.

    Moreover, in selecting a domain name, how many words should my domain name be composed of?

    Any information you may provide will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    MagicLouie
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  • Profile picture of the author Lisa Paule
    the health and wellness niche is evergreen . . . you just need to dig deeper and find the low competition keywords
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  • Profile picture of the author Aviator Joe
    these three will always be hot
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