What are the most profitable niches to do info products in???

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What are the most profitable niches to do info products in???

I'm sure a lot of elicit stuff is quite profitable but I'm not into any of that crap. ie: gambling sites, cam sites etc etc.

But what other types of products or target markets might one be able to look at where you could potentially sell info products for say over 500 per sale?

I was kinda looking at: Lawyers, and other professionals as a market.

any other suggestions?
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Luck
    All depends on your approach for the info product.

    Just selling a front end product?

    Going to have an upsell / downsell funnel?

    Will you be promoting products as an affiliate to your list of prospects?

    Without knowing those answers, from experience, I can tell you the most profitable niches to do info products is:

    Business Opportunity / Internet Marketing

    Self Help / Personal Development

    Weight Loss / Health & Wellness
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    • Profile picture of the author carlamae
      Originally Posted by Chris Luck View Post

      All depends on your approach for the info product.

      Just selling a front end product?

      Going to have an upsell / downsell funnel?

      Will you be promoting products as an affiliate to your list of prospects?

      Without knowing those answers, from experience, I can tell you the most profitable niches to do info products is:

      Business Opportunity / Internet Marketing

      Self Help / Personal Development

      Weight Loss / Health & Wellness

      Exactly! These are the areas people experience the most discomfort and are continually searching for the magic pill to fix things in each of these niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    1) Business owners

    2) Business opportunity seekers

    3) Golf

    4) Penis enlargement

    All 4 of these you can sell $500+ products in successfully.
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    • Profile picture of the author Max Anderson
      The niche you can provide the most value in... The more value your product has, the higher priced it can be sold.

      This has nothing to do with the niche!

      In every niche you have cheapos and people willing to pay 1000s of dollars for a product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wolster
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      1) Business owners

      2) Business opportunity seekers

      3) Golf

      4) Penis enlargement

      All 4 of these you can sell $500+ products in successfully.
      The 1st 3 yea I get it but number 4.. $500 Seriously?
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      • Profile picture of the author TheMarketingLord
        Originally Posted by Wolster View Post

        The 1st 3 yea I get it but number 4.. $500 Seriously?
        Some people just want it bigger really bad, so, yeah...


        Anyway, my top picks would be:

        1) IM/MMO (obviously)

        2) Forex as well as Real Estate stuff

        3) Medical/Health Problems and 'Live Healthy' guides

        Cheers!

        Jan
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  • Profile picture of the author bostjan33
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    Well, the better question would be: Which niche is the least competitive? See, the more money niche can produce, the more people try to sell (usually crappy) products. So, I'd rather focus on that.
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    • Profile picture of the author nightcrawler
      You can make any niche profitable it depends on your effort. I am in automotive niche from past 5 years and it is turning out to be good because of my passion and enthusiasm towards cars. Look for Green and organic product niche, these are good and easy to start.
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    • Profile picture of the author SalarGilani
      Originally Posted by bostjan33 View Post

      Well, the better question would be: Which niche is the least competitive? See, the more money niche can produce, the more people try to sell (usually crappy) products. So, I'd rather focus on that.
      very true, e.g, making money online, internet marketing
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      • Profile picture of the author The Niche Man
        1. The Niche you have the most genuine passion about.
        2. Preferably one you would do all day even if you didn't get paid for it. (Because you may have to at the start).
        -And
        3. One that fills a specific ...under-served, unmet or neglected need your competitors have overlooked.

        Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author djneill
    This is your niche, IM is always looking for info, the amount of value and services will determine the cost. A completely done for you business in a box could easily sell for $500 while a simple e-book may sell for 20, add a video may $97.

    You just have to be able to solve a problem that is haunting your target market.
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    This thread is kind of old, but still has a lot of good info: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ot-niches.html
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  • Profile picture of the author kurbanbd
    Nice Discussion. Thanks every one.
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  • Profile picture of the author dancaron
    Market research is also quite profitable. If you can put together industry surveys, they can sell for thousands of dollars. But the cost associated to put that research together is usually quite high. Finance and investment is also quite a lucrative info-product niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author dejoliet31
    There are a plethora of niches that support high dollar sales for info products so long as the niche is easily accessible at reasonable costs. The responsiveness of the niches to your products will depend on their quality and whether the problems they solve are painful enough (or yield enough pleasure) for potential buyers to exchange their money for them.

    So, to my way of thinking, choosing the right niche(s) is important but not the total key to success. If I were starting the journey to online success, I would begin in a niche where I already have some expertise. (Just my 2 cents....)
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    Online Marketing

    Health and Fitness

    Relationshp Advisory

    Sexuall Health
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  • Profile picture of the author jbsmith
    So you have a pretty good sense of larger market segments that offer opportunities to publish and sell infoproducts, within these though there are 1000's of sub-segments and within those, 10,000's of thousands of pressing questions that people have huge desire and motivation to have answered.

    When you look at an infoproduct as simply a faster, less painful way to achieve a desired outcome in your life - there are nearly and endless number of opportunities.

    The more desire, the better. The more urgent, the better, The more embarassing, the better (more desire to find solution themselves). The more ambitious, the better - this allows you to take them through a series of steps to get where they ultimately want to go.

    Jeff
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    • Profile picture of the author Devid Farah
      Honestly no one who found really profitable niches is going to give you that information but what i can tell you is that you have to look for those very specific topics that have made life miserable.

      Anyways i have my top 3 markets:

      - Health, people are in DESPERATE need to find a solution to their health problems
      - Wealth, there are millions of people in debt and in extreme need to find a way to get out if it and make possibly INSTANT money
      - Relationships/Dating, millions of people want better reltionships, making new friends, being attractive to the other sex, becoming a beast in picking up women, etc...

      Those are EVERGREEN and multi billion dollar markets.

      Now, everybody will tell you to stay away from these markets and others because of the "competition".

      The reality?

      Competition is actually a good thing, meaning that there's plenty of money to be made. Now don't get discouraged by this and instead do your research and try to find a very specific niche/subtopic/micro niche inside one of those markets(or others) and you might be kickin your boss to the curb.

      You see there's literally an endless number of niches/topics to write about.

      These are very profitable:

      -Facebook
      -Niche Marketing
      -Niche Websites
      -Ebay Auctions
      -CPA
      -Traffic Generation(from social networks, forums, blog commenting, articles, mini reports, building communities, press releases, search engine submissions, media Buying)
      -Viral traffic
      -Selling minisite graphics with PLR( any kind, headers, banners, buttons, powerpoint backgrounds, ebook covers)
      -Freelancing
      -Stock market
      -Niche stores
      -Amazon affiliate marketing
      -Product creation
      -Forex
      -Software/Wp plugins/widgets that save time
      -WSO Creation & Promotion
      -Kindle Publishing
      -List building
      -PLR Products
      -Mobile Marketing
      -Website Flipping
      -Wordpress themes
      -Brand new businesses to setup online
      -Membership sites
      -Small business struggling to succeed

      You mentioned lawyers, oh boy, list is endless... think about:

      -bankruptcy law
      -business law
      -criminal law
      -criminal trials
      -domestic violence
      -drug crimes
      -incarceration
      -juvenile crimes
      -reporting teenage gangs anonymously
      -report vandalism
      -writing social history for court
      -sex crimes
      -consumer law
      -estate law
      -employment laws
      -family law
      -intellectual property law
      -foreclosures
      -stopping a foreclosure(in every american city)
      -trading homes to avoid foreclosures
      -stopping business foreclosures
      -self investment properties
      -"producing the note" strategy to beat a foreclosure

      etc...

      Man, i could go on and on...the list is ENDLESS.
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  • Profile picture of the author barache
    Yes, the niche is important, but its also important to be in sync with the niche
    and to understand everything about it and the buyers. Deep research makes
    a lot of difference in the results you'll get.
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  • Profile picture of the author Christopher Fox
    I love all of the advice to prey upon people's desperation in order to pry money from their wallets. Makes me question the morals and ethics of many in this industry ...

    Imagine your child or elderly mother falling prey to some of this. How happy would you be about it?

    I don't know how sleep is not an incredibly elusive thing for many of you at night ...
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  • Profile picture of the author ebizman87
    Have never seen an info product at the price range of $500 but some of the most profitable niches are:

    MMO
    Weight Loss

    My 2c
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  • Profile picture of the author meepo
    bitcoin. people are dumping money into it right now.

    there's room to do a training course on how to trade bitcoin. You'd be the first product to market.
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    Weight-loss
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  • Profile picture of the author drr
    IMHO forex/currency trading is possibly the highest paying industry that also has high demand. There is also the scope for recurring income when you act as an introducing broker So, recommend a broker in your course and you get a trading commission each and every time your referral trades. And think...a scalper may make upto 30 trades in a single day.

    To balance it out, competitive industry.

    One of my sites actually focuses totally on high income niches, you might find some ideas there...
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  • Profile picture of the author koubain
    the big niches I suggest you is : make money online and any niche related to health like weight loss etc..
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Trujillo
    Evergreen niches that I can think of right off the top.

    Making Money Online
    Dating
    Health and Fitness
    Smoking

    The key is to find a problem niche, the bigger the problem, the more $$$ there is to be made.
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  • Profile picture of the author happili
    These are good ones:

    Self Help
    Beauty & Fitness
    Dating
    Health
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  • Profile picture of the author Mateenyall
    health, wealth & relationships.

    Sub-niche from there
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  • Profile picture of the author sffmatrix
    Foreclosure Sale Reversal is a brand new niche and picking up steam...

    People are eligible to either get their houses back OR a settlement offer for houses sold at auction from 2009 to present!

    The earnings potential is massive... And most important, people are actually getting their houses back!

    My revenue since October 2013 has been over $55K!
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  • Make money online for sure, and so is the golf niche.

    Of course, info-product wise, you'll find that you can't create an eBook for $10 here on WF, and when you have built a list, you can always sell more info products on Clickbank. Some products sell for $47 on the front end, $497 on the back end when you include all of the downsells, upsells, and other additional charges for coaching.

    Try not to think of the first buy as the end all be all for your info product. You don't have to be in a niche so secretive or high end to make $500 from a single person. Try earning $1,000 from a single person across multiple products.
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  • Profile picture of the author usemyteam
    You can go with professional services (legal aid for lawyers, med related advise and the likes). You can also try the niche on how to make money or earn online (many people would love this) - but you need to make sure you have good tips, great product and services to sell.
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  • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
    Old threads make new fodder for discussion. With so many new Warriors coming here, it is OK to find the old stuff, which has tremendous value...lots of gold to be mined at WF. Anyhow,

    Info products. You can go low price for the masses, use as lead generation, to build a funnel for a a family of related products, do a quick down and dirty cash cow when you need a quick influx of moolah.

    You could go high priced, small markets, specific information.

    Examples of both: I had a 5 buck WSO, which then became free, and it was/is used as a lead generator, bonus, all around info which newbies need.

    In fact, here you can have it for free right now.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...Free%20(2).pdf

    A high school classmate, Dennis Gartman, is a well known commodities advisor, he has what I call Intel (intelligence)...

    And when you sell Intel to a smaller group of targeted people, you get more moolah for your info...I think Dennis gets several hundred dollars for his daily newsletter, the Gartman Report (google to find).

    Some businesses pay thousands of dollars for short brief reports on very specific subjects, especially in the financial markets...and there is an Evergreen which means for now and for always, market which has always had low hanging fruit because of the sheer numbers of people.

    MILLIONS want to make more money. MILLIONS want to lose weight. MILLIONS want a better life.

    So, my answer to your question is, YOU decide which, where, what and when.

    Will be doing info for the masses, or INTEL for the niche?

    gjabiz

    PS. I prefer to NOT use a funnel model, but rather, a GARDEN concept. In a Garden you plant seeds, harvest and the garden continues to grow year after year bearing fruit for as long as you keep planting.

    With a Garden approach, you can offer a wider variety of products, and not have them fall out of the funnel at price points or just leave it altogether.

    Try growing a garden, plant your seeds of wisdom for a harvest of happiness, and keep your customers for decades.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      gjabiz gave an excellent answer, but I want to highlight one thing he said.

      His friend gets several hundred dollars for specific Intel. Not for generic "how to trade" info rewritten from Wikipedia.

      The price of information tends to go up as the information becomes harder to come by. I'm talking about solid information.

      The market (those willing and able to pay) for such information also shrinks as the price and sophistication of that information goes up.

      There are plenty of charlatans out there, particularly in the investment fields, cashing in on the combination of desperation and naivete of a lot of people, selling worthless "opportunities" or courses for big money. The karma wheel is spinning on them, and will get to them eventually.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    The Big Three:

    1. IM/MMO
    2. Dating
    3. Weight Loss
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    niches with very low google results. results is what shows up under the google box when you google something.
    as far what type of niche: who the hell cares as long as you are making money.
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  • Profile picture of the author danstrik
    Hey

    The Competition in binary options is little, so it might be more profitable.

    Good luck !
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