List of 129 Evergreen Markets/Niches

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I scraped this list together (mostly from other threads) because I couldn't find one that was just limited to TRUE evergreen markets/niches.

I consider something to be evergreen when you can create the content today and have it be relevant ten years from now.

Many of the previous threads I could find listed a bunch of niches that I don't feel are evergreen. For instance, internet marketing... techniques, strategies, secrets and tips all change almost daily.

I know there are certain aspects of internet marketing (and other previously listed niches) but as a whole it's really not.

I'm not calling this list my own... again, all I did was compile a bunch of previously listed posts into one, easy to read list.

I really made it for my members but felt it would help everyone here. Hopefully it helps you save some time...

1.)ADHD
2.)Acne
3.)Adoption
4.)Alzheimers
5.)Anger Management
6.)Anti Aging
7.)Antiquing
8.)Anxiety
9.)Archaeology
10.)Arthritis
11.)Asthma
12.)Astronomy
13.)Back Pain
14.)Backpacking
15.)Bass Fishing
16.)Become A Nurse
17.)Bird Training/Train Your Bird to Talk
18.)Boating & Sailing
19.)Bowling
20.)Boxing
21.)Camping and Hiking
22.)Ceramics
23.)Cheerleading
24.)Chess
25.)Chicken Coops
26.)Chronic Fatigue
27.)Classic Cars
28.)Cooking/Recipes
29.)Copywriting
30.)Cure Hemorrhoids
31.)Decorating
32.)Depression
33.)Diabetes
34.)Divorce
35.)Dog Training
36.)Dropshipping
37.)Eating Disorders
38.)Gambling
39.)Gardening
40.)Get Your Ex Back
41.)Golf
42.)Golfing
43.)Greenhouses
44.)Hair Loss
45.)Headaches
46.)Heart Disease
47.)Hiking
48.)Honeymoons
49.)Horse Racing
50.)Horses Training
51.)How To Be Confident
52.)How To Budget
53.)How to Get Rid of Panic Attacks
54.)How to Learn French
55.)How to Learn German
56.)How to Learn Guitar
57.)How to Learn Italian
58.)How to Learn Spanish
59.)How to Play the Piano
60.)How to Play the Violin
61.)Hunting
62.)Hypnosis
63.)Hypoglycemia
64.)Insurance (home/auto/life/pet)
65.)Interior Design
66.)Invest In Gold
67.)Knitting
68.)Landscaping
69.)Lawn Care
70.)Learn The Guitar
71.)Learn To Dance
72.)Learn To Sing
73.)Life Coaching
74.)Low Fat Recipes
75.)Magic Tricks
76.)Marriage Advice
77.)Martial Arts
78.)Massage
79.)Memory Improvement
80.)Menopause
81.)Mental Health
82.)Model Trains
83.)Motherhood
84.)Motivation
85.)Mountain Biking
86.)Multiple Sclerosis
87.)NLP
88.)Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
89.)Organic Food
90.)Parenting
91.)Photography
92.)Poker
93.)Pottery
94.)Pregnancy
95.)Psychic
96.)Psychology
97.)Public Domain
98.)Quilting
99.)Racquetball
100.)Rafting
101.)Relationships/Dating
102.)Rugby
103.)Running
104.)Saltwater Fishing
105.)Scrapbooking
106.)Scuba Diving
107.)Self-Sustainability (solar power/wind-power/water filtration)
108.)Single Parenting
109.)Skateboarding
110.)Skiing
111.)Snorkeling
112.)Snowboarding
113.)Stop Smoking
114.)Stop Snoring
115.)Surfing
116.)Swimming
117.)Tattoo Removal
118.)Tennis
119.)Time Management
120.)UFOs
121.)Volleyball
122.)Wedding Planning
123.)Wedding Speeches
124.)Weight Loss
125.)Weight Training
126.)Wine Making
127.)Woodworking
128.)Wrestling
129.)Yoga
#129 #evergreen #list #markets or niches
  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Awesome list Duston.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve McBride
    Copied and saved. I don't go outside my current niche very often, but that's a great list for future reference. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Assefseer
    wow great list.thanks alot
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  • Profile picture of the author mindreaderwriter
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    I actually have my own Excel sheet compilation of all evergreen niches I got from a discussion group in this forum. I compiled them all, took away duplicates, and organized them according to category. I'm actually thinking of selling that entire Excel sheet or come up with an ebook. What are your thoughts?
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve McBride
      Originally Posted by mindreaderwriter View Post

      I actually have my own Excel sheet compilation of all evergreen niches I got from a discussion group in this forum. I compiled them all, took away duplicates, and organized them according to category. I'm actually thinking of selling that entire Excel sheet or come up with an ebook. What are your thoughts?
      I don't think I'd personally spend money on an excel sheet alone, but that's just me. There might be plenty of people who would. Now, if it came as a bonus to similar product, that could be worth something.

      It's easier to just test it out then to wonder. Run a split test. See what gets the better response. Testing is everything.
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    • Profile picture of the author TonyLaw
      Originally Posted by mindreaderwriter View Post

      I actually have my own Excel sheet compilation of all evergreen niches I got from a discussion group in this forum. I compiled them all, took away duplicates, and organized them according to category. I'm actually thinking of selling that entire Excel sheet or come up with an ebook. What are your thoughts?
      An E-Book is a great idea. You can give it away for free to build your email list or sell it as PLR.

      I did something similar. See my signature.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeMango25
    Thanks, always looking for some inspiration for the next batch
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  • Profile picture of the author silverline
    Thanks a bunch for the list. Coming up with niche ideas was something that has been stopping me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny12345
    I always find it a bit disturbing to see lists of "profitable" niches that include serious medical conditions such as alzheimers, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, and others.

    If YOU had one of those conditions, would you rather get your advice from a trained medical doctor... or an Internet marketer?

    In some places it may even be considered giving medical advice without a license (with a jail sentence attached). In addition, there's always a risk of being sued by anyone your bad advice harms. And, finally, don't be surprised if agents from the FDA and/or FTC decide to visit you.

    So here's the REAL question...

    Is a little bit of quick cash really worth the risk of hurting (or even killing) someone? After all, there are a TON of niches outside of medical advice (or "cures") that carry FAR LESS risk.

    But here's my last bit of advice: If you really feel you must pursue medical niches, make sure you have at least $100K or so set aside for legal expenses. You might need it.

    -John
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    • Profile picture of the author DustonMcGroarty
      Originally Posted by Johnny12345 View Post

      I always find it a bit disturbing to see lists of "profitable" niches that include serious medical conditions such as alzheimers, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, and others.

      If YOU had one of those conditions, would you rather get your advice from a trained medical doctor... or an Internet marketer?

      In some places it may even be considered giving medical advice without a license (with a jail sentence attached). In addition, there's always a risk of being sued by anyone your bad advice harms. And, finally, don't be surprised if agents from the FDA and/or FTC decide to visit you.

      So here's the REAL question...

      Is a little bit of quick cash really worth the risk of hurting (or even killing) someone? After all, there are a TON of niches outside of medical advice (or "cures") that carry FAR LESS risk.

      But here's my last bit of advice: If you really feel you must pursue medical niches, make sure you have at least $100K or so set aside for legal expenses. You might need it.

      -John
      John - I didn't recommend you enter these niches giving medical advice. There's a lot of profit to be made in the 'Coping with...' appeal.
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      • Profile picture of the author Johnny12345
        Originally Posted by DustonMcGroarty View Post

        John - I didn't recommend you enter these niches giving medical advice. There's a lot of profit to be made in the 'Coping with...' appeal.

        Hi Duston,

        I did not intend my post to be an attack on you (or even your list). Sorry if it seemed that way. I know you meant well and simply wanted to share.

        My intent was to provide "a word of warning" to those who may be considering entering potentially dangerous and/or litigious niches.

        And, while it's true that your post did not recommend giving medical advice, you also didn't suggest providing (in your words) "coping with" info. Providing "coping with" info is probably somewhat less problematic, but it would be easy to unknowingly cross the line into advice giving, if one isn't careful.

        But, the thing is... in my view, there are easier fish to fry.

        In fact, rather than looking for a niche, another option is to focus on an area that you have passion for. That way, you make money doing what you love. And, for many, that's the REAL goal.

        Success if often tied to passion. Bill Gates loves software. Enzo Ferrari loved racing and cars. Steven Spielberg loves film. Hank Williams loved country music. Marshall Mathers loves rap. There's a pattern there.

        And, if your passion and aptitude happen to lie in an evergreen niche, so much the better. You just need to make sure a market and demand exists for whatever you have passion for -- and that's easy to do with Google's keyword tool and other free resources.

        Best,

        John
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    • Profile picture of the author scrofford
      Originally Posted by Johnny12345 View Post

      I always find it a bit disturbing to see lists of "profitable" niches that include serious medical conditions such as alzheimers, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, and others.

      If YOU had one of those conditions, would you rather get your advice from a trained medical doctor... or an Internet marketer?

      In some places it may even be considered giving medical advice without a license (with a jail sentence attached). In addition, there's always a risk of being sued by anyone your bad advice harms. And, finally, don't be surprised if agents from the FDA and/or FTC decide to visit you.

      So here's the REAL question...

      Is a little bit of quick cash really worth the risk of hurting (or even killing) someone? After all, there are a TON of niches outside of medical advice (or "cures") that carry FAR LESS risk.

      But here's my last bit of advice: If you really feel you must pursue medical niches, make sure you have at least $100K or so set aside for legal expenses. You might need it.

      -John
      Medical isn't something I would really take on either, but some would and some are doing quite well in those markets.

      He didn't recommend or say he was working in any of these markets. He compiled the list and came up with what is most evergreen that's all. So these are the markets others are already working in.
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    • Profile picture of the author DianaHeuser
      Originally Posted by Johnny12345 View Post

      I always find it a bit disturbing to see lists of "profitable" niches that include serious medical conditions such as alzheimers, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, and others.

      If YOU had one of those conditions, would you rather get your advice from a trained medical doctor... or an Internet marketer?

      In some places it may even be considered giving medical advice without a license (with a jail sentence attached). In addition, there's always a risk of being sued by anyone your bad advice harms. And, finally, don't be surprised if agents from the FDA and/or FTC decide to visit you.

      -John
      John,

      I have a site that focusses on a health related issue but it is not really about monetising. It's about providing a support community for people to discuss this health challenge. There are so few sites out there that actually do it for this particular health issue.

      At the same time I have posted a very clear disclaimer that I am not a medical practictioner and any treatment must be discussed with their doctors first. (I have to thank Dr. Mani for that piece of advice).

      Di
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    • Profile picture of the author healingoasis
      Originally Posted by Johnny12345 View Post

      I always find it a bit disturbing to see lists of "profitable" niches that include serious medical conditions such as alzheimers, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, and others.

      If YOU had one of those conditions, would you rather get your advice from a trained medical doctor... or an Internet marketer?

      In some places it may even be considered giving medical advice without a license (with a jail sentence attached). In addition, there's always a risk of being sued by anyone your bad advice harms. And, finally, don't be surprised if agents from the FDA and/or FTC decide to visit you.

      So here's the REAL question...

      Is a little bit of quick cash really worth the risk of hurting (or even killing) someone? After all, there are a TON of niches outside of medical advice (or "cures") that carry FAR LESS risk.

      But here's my last bit of advice: If you really feel you must pursue medical niches, make sure you have at least $100K or so set aside for legal expenses. You might need it.

      -John
      John,
      If the proper research is done and the proper disclaimers are in place then I think you will find, not only can the 'Alternative' healing methods be extremely helpful but in a lot of cases you will find these methods to be MORE helpful than a 'Trained' Doctors diagnoses and drug 'quick fix'.
      Remember, all Doctors are only PRACTICING medicine, so in all reality they have no more right to give medical advice than an internet marketer who has done their research and even successfully used the product or methods they are offering to others.
      And to assume and say that the information provided by internet marketers in the alternative health niche is as you put it "Bad Advice" is quite insulting. I would recommend to anyone looking to get into any health niches to go ahead and share your information and charge for it without feeling guilty as I am sure (although you are making money off it), you are just trying to share some helpful information with others who have found it hard to find something that works. Do yourselves a favor though and be sure to add a legal disclaimer to your sales page

      Regards,
      Ray

      PS - Great list Duston, thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Val Wilson
    Thanks for the share Duston - much appreciated
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    Great share, i will copied and saved.
    Thanks Duston
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  • sick list !
    thanks
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    thanks budd
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    Thanks very much Duston. Appreciate it.
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    Hi

    That is a great list. Lot's of keywords in some of those niches too.

    Funny you have "golf" and "golfing". This list as also great for sparking ideas for what is not on the list. Ceratinly 129 is not exhaustive.

    But I quibble with your definition of "evergreen".

    My idea of "evergreen" is a market that is always buying. So that is why IM is "evergreen" because information is always changing and that market will forever be buying products.

    Same with "weight loss". What dieter has only one weight loss product? There is always a new diet fad, food additive or **** berry coming on the market and the same buyers repeatedly shell out for them.

    Once you cure your warts, you don't need any more wart curing products.

    Many of the markets listed are evergreen, but I think your intro is describing the idea of an evergreen product rather than an evergreen market.

    Anyway, I digress....



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  • Profile picture of the author MrPete2000
    Great list.

    Even though I don't venture too far outside of my already established niches, this is still useful for finding a new niche that's a close spin-off. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author WriterWahm
    Well, I've had chronic asthma and a few years ago I went through a series of attacks that were almost deadly. I went to the doctors and tried different inhalers...it just wasn't working as it should. I'd get partial relief then anything would trigger another attack.

    At that time, I scoured the length and breath of the 'net to find anything that would work and I was focusing mostly on alternative remedies. I found some that brought marginal relief but nothing long lasting. Funnily, getting pregnant was what ended the attacks.

    So if you're going to offer information about medical conditions, especially if you're focusing on alternative remedies, make sure you (or your child or spouse or mom) have tried these remedies and they actually work.

    Thanks for the list Duston, there's a lot to work with here.
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      Great List! Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author ivanadee
    OMG..good list.
    I'm bookmarking this right now
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  • Profile picture of the author Jacqueline Smith
    Great list....thank you.

    Regarding John's comments about the medical niche.....

    I agree that people in these niches need to be very, very careful with their information.

    However, there is definitely a hungry market in this niche.

    Recently, my son was diagnosed with a syndrome I had never even heard of before. Although our doctor and the specialists are who we rely on for his treatment, the amount of information and support I have found online has been astounding.

    Having the ability to research something at the tips of my fingers has kept me sane.
    I am very careful where I research and always discuss my findings with the doctors.

    So......John is right....be very careful.

    But....I am ever so thankful some of these sites are up.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMFury
    Too many health niche there, maybe more medical practitioners will find a way soon on how to monetized their knowledge online.

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    72.)Learn To Sing
    I have doubts in these two.
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  • Profile picture of the author contentwriting360
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    Maybe this will help you all out?

    FREE List of Evergreen Niches
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  • Profile picture of the author gushy0202
    But i will always enter first in the niche im passionate/ knowledgeable about. I had enough experience in entering into niches that im not good at.

    There is not a point entering into maintain your garden niche if you never had an experience and just because you found a keyword or found an EMD and a bunch of articles.


    Just 1 Google update put me in the backseat and all my niche sites are sleeping. IF its something im passionate or good at then It will be an authority site and it would have been keep going strong.

    Just my case study in case it helps someone who is reading this

    Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ten
    That is quite an expansive list. Lolol. Nice.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    its ironic, but we have gone into the procrastination niche this year, and it is doing very well for us.
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    • Profile picture of the author DJL
      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      its ironic, but we have gone into the procrastination niche this year, and it is doing very well for us.
      I've been meaning to do this, but I haven't gotten around to it yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author Puta
    Hell yeah nice list! Just save this to my hard drive for future reference
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  • Profile picture of the author SergioFelix
    Loved the list!

    I'm just trying to descipher what the differences are between these two:

    56.)How to Learn Guitar
    70.)Learn The Guitar

    Or maybe it's just a duplicate? Anyway, awesome list man, definitely saving this! ;-)

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  • Profile picture of the author williamk
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    Super list. I copied it down for later use.
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  • Profile picture of the author a1Derek
    Great list and thanks for the share. Having said that a lot of competition in most of these niches. Maybe think about going a level deeper to get away from the competiton a little :>) Just my twopenneth as I have tried some of these niches and found it time consuming to get ranked. Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny12345
    Originally Posted by DianaHeuser View Post

    I have a site that focusses on a health related issue but it is not really about monetising. It's about providing a support community for people to discuss this health challenge. There are so few sites out there that actually do it for this particular health issue.

    At the same time I have posted a very clear disclaimer that I am not a medical practictioner and any treatment must be discussed with their doctors first. (I have to thank Dr. Mani for that piece of advice).
    Diana,

    Based on your reply, my comments would NOT apply to you. What you're doing is VERY different. You're not selling $3 worth of PLR as a "cure" for a serious disease. You're also not making false promises, misleading people, or focusing on making a profit.


    Originally Posted by healingoasis View Post

    And to assume and say that the information provided by internet marketers in the alternative health niche is as you put it "Bad Advice" is quite insulting.
    Ray,

    To the contrary... I'm all for alternative medicine. What I'm NOT for is taking medical advice from Internet marketers who are peddling cheap PLR and focusing on making a profit. Call me crazy but I prefer the advice of people like Dr. Weil, Dr. Fuhrman, and others.

    Why is it "insulting" for me to show concern for desperate people who might be harmed by BAD ADVICE?

    John
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