How to Choose a Niche

How to Choose a Niche


Before you begin, have you read the article “What Is a Niche?” This helps to define what we mean by that word. It also helps us to determine whether people are spending money in that niche. Of course, I am assuming you want to be making money with your online business.

In this first part of the training I’m going to dig into the topic, the concern, the issue of trying to choose a niche if you’re just getting started. I think for most of you, it’s trying to choose an angle within your niche.  We could call that a sub-niche, we could call that an angle, or a deeper angle within your niche.  The reason that I’m doing this is that I frequently get the questions:

  • “How do you choose a profitable niche?”
  • “How do you choose a profitable angle?”
  • “How do you choose a profitable part of the internet? 

I’ve always avoided teaching on this folks, because, I don’t believe that there’s any one-size-fits-all answer.  It varies per person.  It varies depending on the type of niche that you’re going to go into. And, it varies over time.  And, so, that when I do a training like this, I like it to be evergreen.  I want it to be something that folks can use and keep on using.  I don’t want to create something that’s good for just three weeks.  I like to create something that is long term. 

So, what I’ve done is I’ve put some thought into exactly how I can position this so that it’s something that everyone can use, and that offers you various options.  Almost like branches on a tree.  This gives you different options.  If one won’t necessarily work, you can do try another.  I’ll present it to you in such a way that you’ll be able to see the thought behind it.  Because the truth of the matter is, even though it’s very, very difficult, I’m going to try and to that in these blog posts.

It’s very, very difficult to give you a complete solution. It’s certainly not a one-size-fits-all, or even a tree solution, where there are 3 or 4 solutions, but there may still be a 5th or 6th solution. 

Really, just by asking a handful of questions and digging in.  The answers are going to be different for each person. But really being able to dig in is the key.

And, so the more I think about it, I say well, if I can come up with it, and if I give you enough information, then you should have a starting point to be able to come up with it for yourself.

The rest of the training is split into easy segments.

They follow in a logical order but you can just click on the link below to go directly to that subject you need right now.

Introduction – You Are Here
PART TWO – Deciding your starting point
PART THREE – Beginning your niche research
PART FIVE – More ways to carry out research
PART SIX – Is Your Competitor Trying to Trick You?
PART SEVEN – How to Get Ideas to Test – Online
PART EIGHT – Coaching
Part NINE – Times and seasons
Part TEN – Continuing Research

Part ELEVEN – Do Real Market Research

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