What are some profitable niches in Clickbank?

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Hi guys,
I am getting into promoting clickbank products and I wanted to find out what are some profitable niches in clickbank. I read that there are lots of competition in the IM and health niche. I am not sure if I should start promoting in the IM and health niche or some other niches. So, what are some profitable niches in clickbank.
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  • Profile picture of the author MilesBaker
    Well, there are many of them. Evergreen niches are good, things like Dating, Weight Loss, Make Money Online, etc. However, smaller niches are extremely profitable as well.

    I would recommend starting with a niche where you are certain there is a high level of potential customers and you've seen proven success. I would look for a niche that you have knowledge of or at least an interest in. Anything you can use to give you leverage helps, for example if you're a personal trainer then the perfect fit would be muscle building or weight loss.

    Just make sure you research and learn about your niche, you'll find the more you learn about your customer's desires and problems the easier it will be to provide solutions to help them.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    yes the health and wellness, stocks, forex, and relationship niches have been very good to our businesses over the years. The best is the relationship niche. If you enter this niche, and list build you can not only do very well, but kill it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kenny T
      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      yes the health and wellness, stocks, forex, and relationship niches have been very good to our businesses over the years. The best is the relationship niche. If you enter this niche, and list build you can not only do very well, but kill it.
      Those are some good niches. Should I start building lists in the niche or just start promoting them directly to the offers?
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart Walker
    You're kinda getting into it backwards. You shouldn't start by deciding you want to promote Clickbank products but instead start with a niche you know about or think you can exploit and then scout out products which you'll promote on Clickbank or elsewhere.

    Stick with niches you know, have experience in and enjoy otherwise you'll get bored easily and probably give up.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Just because you may like a niche, or have experience does not mean you will do well.

    Technically speaking, the niches I mention above do well, and we have done very well over the years. I do enjoy some of these niches, but what If I found one niche doing much better than the other...in terms of profit, but I do not enjoy the subject of that niche, do i give it up. NO WAY! it has nothing to do with it, test niches, and see which ones give you the best results, and go after those ones. If you enjoy it, it just makes the work load a little bit more enjoyable.

    These days I outsource 90% of my work, so I do not need to enjoy that niche, just get people to get the work done for me and collect paychecks. win win!
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  • Profile picture of the author World Marketing
    I actually like tackling some smaller niches where there is not as much competition....There is a lot of money that can be made in those niches....And obviously promoting products in the dating, weight loss, IM niches work well too....But sometimes working the less popular markets can be very profitable...
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  • Profile picture of the author JoeMack
    Hi....

    If you are just starting out, I would focus on the highest paying niche that you already and experience and knowledge in. Too many people try to market in niches that they simply don't know enough about to create any products or services of value.

    There's a great chance that you can combine what affiliate marketing offers into a niche that you are already comfortable with. Don't make it harder than it needs to be.

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  • Profile picture of the author lgizzle
    Originally Posted by Kenny T View Post

    Hi guys,
    I am getting into promoting clickbank products and I wanted to find out what are some profitable niches in clickbank. I read that there are lots of competition in the IM and health niche. I am not sure if I should start promoting in the IM and health niche or some other niches. So, what are some profitable niches in clickbank.
    Hi Kenny,

    I'm sure you already know that the make money online and health niches are profitable. Some other profitable niches are hypnosis, the arts & entertainment music niche, and the Cooking, Food & Wine : Recipes niche. These are extremely profitable niches that are a little more off the beating path.

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  • Profile picture of the author Abrar Tariq
    Insurance is highest paid niche, with commissions upto $300 per sale. =]
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  • Profile picture of the author wordpressmania
    You will not get a direct answer here. Actually we can not suggest you a niche if you do not have good command on that niche. So put some niches here that you have interest in or you have knowledge. Then people around here will be able to help you to select the niche that may help you to generate some revenue

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenny T
    Thanks for all the inputs. I am looking to promote forex products as I have some knowledge in that field. I have written an ebook about some forex strategies. And I am looking to build a list by giving out the ebook on a squeeze page & I will probably look into promoting clickbank products to them. Also do any of you have experience with forex niche? If so, how do you effectively go about promoting in this niche?
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Morgan
    There are loads of evergreen niches, which help solve a particular problem which the clickbank product/ ebook or guide can help solve.

    HEALTH
    Weight Loss
    Bodybuilding
    Natural Health
    Pregnancy
    Cure Hemorrhoids
    How to Quit Smoking


    RELATIONSHIPS
    Dating Advice
    How to Get Your Ex Back
    Wedding Planning
    Wedding Speeches
    How to Save Your Marriage


    FINANCE
    Investing
    Forex Trading
    Stock Trading
    Forex Trading
    Real Estate Investing



    SPORTS
    Golf
    Tennis
    Martial Arts
    Sports Betting

    HOW TO
    How to Learn Spanish
    How to Learn French
    How to Learn German
    How to Play the Piano
    How to Learn Guitar


    COMPUTING
    Anti Virus
    Registry Cleaner
    Anti Spyware
    Internet Marketing


    PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
    College Prep
    Job Hunting
    Parenting
    WoodWorking
    Babies
    Travel
    Dog Training


    HOBBIES
    Bird Training
    Gardening
    Green Home
    Wine Enthusiasts
    Car Enthusiasts
    Scrapbooking

    These are all common ones which are profitable. Make sure you you have a solid marketing strategy.
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    • Profile picture of the author RockNRolla
      Originally Posted by Matt Morgan View Post

      There are loads of evergreen niches, which help solve a particular problem which the clickbank product/ ebook or guide can help solve.

      HEALTH
      Weight Loss
      Bodybuilding
      Natural Health
      Pregnancy
      Cure Hemorrhoids
      How to Quit Smoking


      RELATIONSHIPS
      Dating Advice
      How to Get Your Ex Back
      Wedding Planning
      Wedding Speeches
      How to Save Your Marriage


      FINANCE
      Investing
      Forex Trading
      Stock Trading
      Forex Trading
      Real Estate Investing



      SPORTS
      Golf
      Tennis
      Martial Arts
      Sports Betting

      HOW TO
      How to Learn Spanish
      How to Learn French
      How to Learn German
      How to Play the Piano
      How to Learn Guitar


      COMPUTING
      Anti Virus
      Registry Cleaner
      Anti Spyware
      Internet Marketing


      PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
      College Prep
      Job Hunting
      Parenting
      WoodWorking
      Babies
      Travel
      Dog Training


      HOBBIES
      Bird Training
      Gardening
      Green Home
      Wine Enthusiasts
      Car Enthusiasts
      Scrapbooking

      These are all common ones which are profitable. Make sure you you have a solid marketing strategy.
      Matt, superb list of evergreen niches you've put together here.
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  • I like the niches that deal with people pets horses,cats,dogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author stephanreek
    Every single niche can be profitable. As long as you know enough about it. I like the Im and the basketball niche a lot. The basketball nich is small with not a lot of competitors which made me start there.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjones70
    You can never go wrong with the health niche, I suggest you start there.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    one of our good niches (that I thought would be a one hit wonder) is male wee wee enlargement. LOL. No joke, took a bit of testing, but its seem to be that time of year.....umm what ever that means. Sales seem to be increasing, funnily enough.
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  • Profile picture of the author fpdeziner
    You need to research the gravity of a product but you also should avoin to promote items that you have not used or are at least familiar with. Nothing will kill your online credibility faster than referring someone to a scammy or non functional product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by fpdeziner View Post

      You need to research the gravity of a product
      Good point, here. Learning to avoid products with high gravities was (for me, as for many others) one of the key components in moving from "not making a living" to "making a living".

      The easy but serious mistake is to imagine that a high gravity figure means a product's selling well, and that that makes it a good one to promote.

      Explained in more detail in these posts ...
      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post8015834
      Gravity High or Lower - Which Sells Best & Why?
      Clickbank gravity - is there a sweet-spot here?
      Understanding Clickbank Gravity
      Clickbank Gravity

      Originally Posted by Kenny T View Post

      I wanted to find out what are some profitable niches in clickbank.
      Ultimately, believe it or not, it's all about whether you want to sell jeans or skating videos (just an analogy). Most people want to sell jeans because "everyone wears jeans". This is misinformed, misguided thinking. Your chances of making a living by selling skating videos are at least ten times as high - maybe a hundred times as high, and there are reasons for that, and they're good and valid and reliable reasons, too. Explained here: Most Lucrative niche in Internet Marketing?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Murphy
    I wouldn't fear big markets. There will be lots of competition but also lots of people and traffic.

    No such thing as an untapped niche. If it's untapped it's because it's not worth tapping.

    Passion vs profits. That's an age old debate. If you're brand new, knowing lost about a niche certainly CAN help and will also serve you if you (very WISELY) stick to one thing and become the master at that thing. You'll rule the niche.

    Money can be made in any niche as long as you've got the staying power to keep cranking love after everyone else has given up.

    I made money in the "how to cure yeast infections" niche...and I'm a dude...a yeast infection free dude. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author TravisO
    I think it is related to blogging. Must be in any way so everything related to blogging. How to make money online too. You can catch people out of that niche that you will do.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
    I'd definitely say that dating and weight loss are some of the most popular niches on ClickBank with some of the best sales pages I've seen. But at the end of the day you have to know how to send good leads to their sales pages. Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author edhuu
    how about golf niche? I think it's doing well too.. I think you should just jump to any niche that has many hungry & desperate buyers. Like MMO, get your ex back, weight loss, etc.. Don't over think the competition. You'll get your shares too
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by edhuu View Post

      I think you should just jump to any niche that has many hungry & desperate buyers. Like MMO, get your ex back, weight loss, etc.
      I'm really pleased that that seems to be how most of my potential competitors feel about it, too.

      They can all compete with each other in those niches in which a million marketers are sharing the pie, rather than in the small ones in which you can far more easily cut yourself a really thick slice.

      Maybe they haven't read this thread or even this one, and don't quite appreciate that the biggest and most well known niches are perhaps also the ones in which the highest proportions of aspiring marketers fail.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    Internet Marketing, Health, Gambling, Forex.

    Those ^ are the big ones!
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart Walker
    Also the most competitive, the most difficult, the most people marketing the same stuff over and over, possibly?

    The IM niche has the most 'clued up' people in it in that nearly everyone you are marketing to is trying to be a marketer themselves so they know when you are marketing to them and how it all works....this isn't usually a good thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicholasb
    you must understand that there are no niches that will magically make you more money than another niche, it all comes down to how well you do your marketing and selling.
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  • Profile picture of the author rodsav
    It's difficult to say which niche would be better. I probably would go with a niche that interests me and that I have some knowledge of. Whatever you do, start out with a small budget and test the waters.
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  • Profile picture of the author justaskismall
    the first important point is -----> keyword research

    And you know what the market demanding
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