Desperate Buyers Niche

by cipha
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Wanted some opinions on what you call the "desperate buyers markets" niche. Can you give me some examples of some? Do you think these niches/markets are too saturated for a newbie to start in?

I am asking because I am looking for something that is somewhat of a sure thing instead of picking a niche that I put a lot of work into just to find out the niche is not profitable. So I figure picking a niche that people are desperate to buy would help me avoid this problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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    Use the search feature. There are tons of threads about this
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
    No market or niche is too saturated for the right offer.

    The thing is, what do you have of value to offer a market? If you want to target desperate buyers, what do you have of value to offer them? You want to be able to provide them something of value, something that fulfills their need, and not just any ol' thing just to more or less prey on them.
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  • Profile picture of the author cipha
    Whatever I choose I plan on concentrating on providing good and useful content which from what read around here is one of the most important things
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  • Profile picture of the author willjake
    The typical answer that you would probably get from many internet marketers are the health and fitness niche, dating niche, and the make money online niche. I would suggest that you look into a keyword analysis tool called micro niche finder. This software has a feature that helps you to find the products that people want at the current moment. Also regardless of how saturated the market is, as long as you put your own original twist on promoting your products, you should be okay.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jackson Tan
    Desperate buyers are desperate to get their problems solved. Hence, they are willing to pay.. so the niche? as mentioned in the previous posts are all correct.. but then again, these markets are competitive.. the key is offering them the solution they been searching for.

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  • Profile picture of the author iJonathan
    Backlinks or Social media likes/ followers are some of the hottest "desperate buyers niche" It has been so few years back and it is so even now. Especially some one whos new to IM and SEO just falls to these niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chrispaoletti
    Any niche is potentially a great niche and there is money to be made in all of them given a good product and marketed well, if there is no good product but u find that there is interest on a particular topic then create a high value product and market it to your prospects (after you create a list of course as word travels fast and if it gets around that you have the best or only product on the market you will make a killing)

    Market the right product in the right way to a hungry audience and you have it made.
    Any market can be profitable.

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  • Profile picture of the author benzwm02
    Originally Posted by cipha View Post

    Wanted some opinions on what you call the "desperate buyers markets" niche. Can you give me some examples of some? Do you think these niches/markets are too saturated for a newbie to start in?

    I am asking because I am looking for something that is somewhat of a sure thing instead of picking a niche that I put a lot of work into just to find out the niche is not profitable. So I figure picking a niche that people are desperate to buy would help me avoid this problem.
    There are no real desperate buyer markets because this is subjective to each person. There are, as described above, certain niches where the majority of people seeking a solution are under great emotional stress such as divorce, medical, health and fitness, or debt relief.

    If you have something of value to offer that is unique then it does not matter how saturated the market is. Don't bother trying to make money in small or large niches if you don't have something that can really offer a solution unlike most marketers will do here. This will just lead to wasted time and money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Joseph's given a lot of good examples, just above.

    A couple more are people struggling in MLM (that's a high proportion of people in MLM) and people struggling to make money online (similarly).

    There's another group of "desperate buyers", too, comprising people whose interest in a specific subject is bordering on obsessional, in that they "just can't possibly not buy" books/information about it, and will do almost anything to get the money together, if they have to. This group's interests and personalities overlap with those with "collectors' obsession"/"collectors' mania". These tend to be smaller niches, but their conversion-rates, with good copy, can be among the very highest. And I'm understating it, if anything. (I'm a customer of some of these niches, myself ).

    This was the first e-book I ever bought: desperatebuyersonly.com (it's very good!).
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    • Profile picture of the author Sandra Martinez
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post


      This was the first e-book I ever bought: desperatebuyersonly.com (it's very good!).
      Ohh.. yes, it was one of the few ebooks I actually bought! Pretty good.

      Forgot about the collector obsessions, that is a bit nicer than the others.
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    • Profile picture of the author cipha
      This is something that never crossed my mind. Thanks good stuff!
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  • Profile picture of the author shaunfm
    I would focus more on how you conduct your keyword research first.Buying trends are changing on a daily basis and it is not as easy to define a "desperate buyers niche"as it once was,that said there are some good WSO on here that will help you.
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