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Your Questions About New Niches

Jenny asks…

What is strong niche to target a sale to?

Looking for a specific niche to sell an affiliate product to. Any suggestions?

New Niche Finder answers:

I would recommend finding a niche you are interested in. This will make it easy to write about it if you are going to make a website or if you are going to write ads, it will allow you to make strong ads. If you are going to do PPC or CPA advertising you want to choose something that has a low competition for the keywords. If you are not sure what ad network to start with, I would recommend freshadnetwork.com, it has a system that I prefer over the ad networks out there. Remember it is very important to test multiple versions of your ads and discard the ones that are not working for you, this can be the difference between a profitable campaign or a money waster.

Nancy asks…

How do you take over a niche market?

I’m looking for website sources on how to take over an already existing niche. If you have any evidence to your answer that would be great. I do not need examples (although using an example to explain yourself will come in handy).
Hahaha well if this racist is done posting that would be great.
I just basically need a good source to explain how totake over a niche market.
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New Niche Finder answers:

I would simply recommend positioning yourself to be the authority in the niche.
1. Determine how big your focus is: the neighborhood? The city? The region? Worldwide?
2. Research your competitiors. What are they doing right? What could they be doing better? Talk to niche leaders who are outside of your target area, and see if they will answer some of your questions.
3. Write a business plan outlining the process you plan to use to make yourself the top of the game. What is your competitive advantage?
4. Take your business plan to mentors. A good place to start is SCORE.org.

Sandra asks…

Why is an organism’s niche like a person’s occupation?

A. An organism makes “money” by working in its niche.

B. A niche is a “company” that the organism has to work in.

C. A niche is a “factory” where organisms build things.

D. An organism can “make a living” and survive in its niche.

New Niche Finder answers:

D. An organism can “make a living” and survive in its niche.

Linda asks…

In article marketing, how many articles should you write for a niche to be successful?

Also what do you do first, look for a niche or get good keywords?

New Niche Finder answers:

The number of articles does not guarantee the success of a niche. You need to research keywords to find niches where there are a lot of searches, and also that those searches are by buyers. Once you find your niche, you need to either have your own product to sell or be an affiliate for someone else’s product. Then you can begin writing articles and posting them on article sites.

The more articles you publish in the niche, the better. And of course, once you publish some, continuing with a steady stream of them each month helps also.

I wrote an article about article marketing. I’ll post the link in the resource box. It should help answer some of your questions.

Joseph asks…

How to choose a right niche for my website?

I am going to build a website but not yet decided what niche. Do you have any recommendation?

New Niche Finder answers:

Below are twelve ideas you could use:

1. Your niche could be that you offer free delivery. This may cost a little money, but, you will gain the extra customers to make up for it.

2. Your niche could be that you offer a lower price. If you can’t afford to offer a lower price you could always hold the occasional discount sale.

3. Your niche could be that your product achieves results faster. This niche is very effective because people are becoming more and more impatient and want results fast.

4. Your niche could be you’ve been in business for a longer period of time. People think if you’ve been in business longer you have more credibility.

5. Your niche could be that your product tastes, smells sounds, looks, or feels better. When you target the senses you’re triggering basic human attractions.

6. Your niche could be your product is light or compact. People may want to take the product on a trip or don’t have much room where they live.

7. Your niche could be that you’ve won a business reward. When you win a reward tell your customers or visitors about it. This increases their trust in your business.

8. Your niche could be that your product lasts longer. People don’t like taking the time and spending more money buying replacement products all the time.

9. Your niche could be that your product is easy to use. People don’t want to buy a product that they have to read a 200 page hard-to-understand instruction manual. 10. You niche could be that your product has better safety features. People want to feel safe when they use your products.

11. Your niche could be that your product was made by hand. Most people believe that products made by hand have better quality.

12. Your niche could be that you stand behind all your products. People want to know that you back- up any claims you make about your product with either guarantees, warrantees and free replacements


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