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Ruth asks…

How do I best waterproof an inset shower niche?

I’m framing a shower and have included an inset shower niche. I am still at the framing stage and have done nothing with backerboard or tiling yet. My plan is to cut backboard to fit inside the niche and then caulk the backerboard when in place. Then, to tile in such a way as to provide a slight slope to the bottom so water runs off. Do I need to add, before installing the backerboard, a plastic or felt sheet to go within the niche as more waterproof security?

New Niche Finder answers:

The method is called “hot mop.” Lots of places out there to find information about how to do it, but the basic idea is to lay down stucco mortar to a relative grade and then start slapping down tar paper in the corners first then seams, then base, then tarring the hell out of it. 3 layers are usually called for. Then finish to true grade with thinset and tile. It’s not easy, but just look around the web if you want to try to do it on your own.

Nancy asks…

How do you exploit a Niche Market?

Say you are targeting a Niche Market, how would you exploit it?

Hope that makes sense.
Once you’ve found the Niche Market, is there a way of maximising profit.

Would you charge more because very little people supply the product you sell for example.

New Niche Finder answers:

Yep, makes perfect sense.

Its really, really simple too.

A niche market is something there isn;t necessarily a product to fit into. For example, a group of fishermen who would like some special instant-fish cooking box. Exploiting this niche is a simple matter of providing that magical fish cooking box.
To exploit a niche market is simply to provide a specialist product, usually one that will only sell in that little market.

Charles asks…

What is a good way to find a niche market and create a digital product for that market?

I want to create an e-book or software product that people will want to buy so I’m looking for idea’s and niche’s that might be profitable. Can anyone supply me with an idea or how to find a good idea,etc.

New Niche Finder answers:

Hi Gary

First, I like Adam’s response and would encourage you to check out more of what he was talking about.

Second, there are so many niche markets out there that the question really isn’t how do you find a “niche market” but rather how does it find you. What are your interests? Your likes? Your dislikes? Decide upon that and then “niche down”.

“Niching down” means that if you decide that APPLES will be your niche quickly realize that that term is far to generic and “niche down” to something like “Washington State red delicious apples”. Now you know exactly who your target market is and it becomes much easier to reach that exact audience. The more you “niche down” the truer this is.

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Betty asks…

What is the difference between the niche and the habitat of a roadrunner?

Be sure to give the definition of niche and habitat.

New Niche Finder answers:

Habitat is where the roadrunner lives, which is the desert. The Niche is the roadrunner’s role in an ecosystem. In a roadrunner’s case, it would be that it eats predators that might prey upon its young, like snakes. Usually they eat insects though.

Ken asks…

Which group of animals evolved to fill the niches left following the extinction of the dinosaurs?

Which group of animals evolved to fill the niches left following the extinction of the dinosaurs?
Answer
a.
birds
b.
mammals
c.
fish
d.
amphibians

New Niche Finder answers:

Primarily mammals (B)

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