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How to Find the Most Popular Products so You can Sell Stuff Online in the BEST Markets

Updated on February 25, 2014

If you want to sell stuff online then you need to know what the most popular products are so that you know people will buy what you have to offer.

I'm about to show you how you can use eBay, Amazon and a not so well known shopping site to find out what the most popular products are today.

By the end of this article you will be ready to sell stuff online and have people clearing out your inventory in no time!

eBay has Your Answer

When you want to know what the most popular products are today then it only makes sense to go to some of the most popular sites online, right? By going to these sites you can find out what people are buying at incredible rates so that you know what they are actively looking for and can sell stuff online in that market or sell someone else's product as an affiliate and bring in a ton of sales. And you don't want to look at just any sites either... you want to go to places where people are buying things! So that's why I'm going to first suggest you head on over to eBay; it's ranked number 23 right now out of all the sites in the world.

When you get to eBay, hold your mouse over "Sell" at the top right and a drop down menu will appear. You want to click "What's Hot"; this will take you to eBay Pulse. And when you're on this page you're going to see so much helpful information. You're going to see what people are searching for the most. And you can even see what items have a ton of people watching them.

When you know what people are searching for in a marketplace like eBay then you know that it's what they are looking to buy. It's like someone walking around with a shopping cart at a store... usually they don't just browse the store and never put anything in their cart; they came there for a reason! And right now it looks like people are really looking for electronic gadgets, which is a pretty common trend. Plus, when you know what auctions people are watching, you know that it must be a really hot item that people are thinking about bidding on. And guess what else... you can see how those people are marketing their items in order to get that much attention. Yep, go check out their sales copy!

Amazon has Your Answer Too

And you don't want to forget about Amazon either! This marketplace is actually outranking eBay as it's sitting at number 17 right now. So that means that a ton of people are coming here to buy all kinds of products, which also means it's a great place to sell stuff online. How do I know? Well, because I buy stuff there all the time and I'm not weird enough to be the only one that does it! They literally have almost everything for sale at Amazon. Yes, they do have kitchen sinks ;).

So go to Amazon and click "Shop All Departments" at the top left; it's a big orange button. This is going to show you a directory of all the different types of products they have to offer. So skim through the directory to get an idea as to what's there and decide on what areas you want to check out first. Then all you have to do is start clicking... I'll start with MP3 Players & Accessories.

OK, now on this page you'll want to scroll down just a little bit and then look all the way to the right. What do you see? That's right; a bestsellers list! These products are the most popular products in this department. Imagine that... iPods have their own bestsellers list ;). And you can do this for any department that really fits what you'd like to promote. Get an idea as to what's selling the best, how they market it through their copy and what features their product has.

Even Shopping.com has Your Answer

And yes, you can actually go to sites like Shopping.com to do some product research. Sure, it's only ranking in at number 990 right now, but that's still a lot of traffic coming in to this site. Plus, this site is made specifically for people looking to buy products. Why else do you think it's named Shopping.com?

People come here to read reviews and see what items are really the best products for the price. You get pictures, prices, reviews and it's not just showing you results from just one store. No, they give you links to a bunch of different stores that are selling the same products so that you can compare prices and really save a lot of money. Plus you can even see what stores are ranked the highest so that it's not a nightmare to buy a product from them.

What's all of this mean for you? Well, you know that people come here to research and then buy products so it's a valuable resource especially when you see what's on their front page. Right off to the right side you can see what products are really selling at the moment. It shows you the top 5 selling items in the best categories and you can check out each product for more information on how they're marketing it. And then on the left you can check out their directory and when you click through you'll be able to see the most popular products and searches on the right, near the bottom. So they're really hooking you up with a lot of good statistics!

These sites are proven to let you tap into the market and see what products are truly the most popular products online today. So check out eBay Pulse, Amazon's directory and search all over Shopping.com's site and maybe you'll find a stand out product that sells the best on all three of those sites! Now you can be sure to succeed when you sell stuff online because you know what people are hungry for!

Now that You Know Most Popular Products When are YOU Going to Start to Sell Stuff Online?

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      Tami R Glasco 4 years ago from Upper Marlboro. MD

      Now my head is spinning trying to absorb all the information. Thanks! I can see some new directions I may want to move in.

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      skinsman82000 5 years ago from Frederick Maryland

      What an interesting article. I learned a lot. Thank you. I'll be reading a few more of your very extensive list of hubs.

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      Casey Strouse 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      Amazon also has a number of RSS feeds for their various lists (Top Rated, Best Sellers, Movers and Shakers, etc) that you can get ideas from or even import directly into your site. If you're using Wordpress checkout a plugin called Amazon Hotlists which will let you pull these feeds into your blog sidebar automatically and even set a browsenode to get niche-specific bestseller lists.

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      Greg Sereda 5 years ago from Sandomierz, Poland

      Great tips! I'm going to start applying that to my e-bay ads right away.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Great hub and very useful. Since I do a lot of Ebaying, good Hubs like yours come in very handy. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

      Blessings,

      ~Lisa

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      Maximizer 5 years ago from San Jose, Costa Rica

      This is really well laid out, not to mention informative. I used to use Ebay a lot in the past selling shirts, now I work with Clickbank because digital products are just easier.

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      Christina Walker 5 years ago from Utah

      I've found products to promote using Amazon, but I did not know about eBay pulse or how to use Shopping.com. Thanks for the tips. I'm still new to the internet marketing game and need all the help I can get.

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      ringlawncare 5 years ago from Stillwater MN

      Sweet suggestions, I will implement them into my ad campaign and get back to you hopefully with good results. Thanks for the direction.

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      SpunkeysBackyard 5 years ago

      Very useful hub. Thanks for sharing.

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      technocog 5 years ago from Lexington, Kentucky

      Thanks I always wondered the best way to find the top products, great hub!

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      Kevin Galarneau 5 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks for the tips. I have been using Amazon's best seller feature, but I didn't know about Ebay Pulse.

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      MrRockster 5 years ago from Maryland

      Great advice. I have used the ebay what's hot to help me to know what to sell on ebay a few times.

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      Cardozo7 5 years ago from Portugal

      Very useful hub especially for beginners like myself.

      Thanks!

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      localservice101 5 years ago

      You have given me ideas.

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      Dorsi Diaz 5 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

      EXCELLENT hub! I'm off to check now. Thanks!

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      Injured lamb 5 years ago

      Thanks for your generous sharing Bendo 13, I have learned something here from you...voted this up!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      The "hot products" will always be changing, aboutchina... if that's what you meant? So it wouldn't make sense for me to include them.

      But if you mean pictures of the sites themselves and the locations of the links? then they're pretty easy to find, given the descriptions in the text.

      If you meant something else then please let me know.

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      aboutchina 5 years ago from China

      very useful, but if you could describe how to find the hottest products by giving some relative pictures, I will like it better.

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      Candle Hour 5 years ago from North America

      this is a great resource and thank you for filling me in :)

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      BillyGCurrey 5 years ago

      great hub, thank you

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Yeah that's true, DeviousOne and American View said the same thing above. You'd have to find somewhere you could buy the products in a bulk wholesale lot. But as I suggested to them, you can create products to compliment the "hot products" or just sell them as an affiliate.

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      DeviousOne 5 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      The biggest problem, even though there are those 'most popular' items especially the hot sellers around times like Christmas, was trying to find where to purchase or get a hold of certain items at a cheaper price, unless of course it comes down to buying and reselling using these same tools...

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Thanks, athena2011... glad you're getting something out of it! There's definitely a lot of extra content in the comments. Thanks for the votes!

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      athena2011 5 years ago from Beachfront - In My Dreams:)

      Great hub and comments. I actually read through it all. Very good information shared here for sourcing products via eBay, Amazon or Shopping.com Voted up and Useful.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      You're welcome, JimDoyle... I hope you find some awesome products to target!

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      JimDoyle 5 years ago from Primbee

      Thank you for those very handy tips. When I get time I definitely will go and try out your method of finding a big selling product lists.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      You're welcome, Gail Meyers... I hope it works out for you!

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      Gail Meyers 5 years ago from United States

      Good ideas I'm going to try! Thanks for the hub!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      My pleasure, Digitskyes! There's lots of free information that people can use to turn a profit, glad I could help point you in the right direction!

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      Digitskyes 5 years ago from Highlands, Scotland

      Clever use of Ebay, I love how everything you do normally online can be turned into an earning source with some creative thinking.

      Thanks for this :)

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Glad I could help, Millionaire Tips... thanks for reading!

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      Shasta Matova 5 years ago from USA

      These are great ideas! I definitely have to start selling stuff, and now I know how.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      That's true, style-of-life... and with Google Trends, you can look down and see what locations search for a certain phrase the most. Helps you start targeting local demographics.

      Here you go, dadibobs...

      Sell, then Business Centre, then Improve Your Sales, then eBay Pulse:

      http://pulse.ebay.co.uk

      I don't know why they have things so different for each locations, but it's there!

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      dadibobs 5 years ago from Manchester, England

      Hi, great hub. the only problem i have found is with Ebay. I am in the UK, and we dont seem to have the what's hot tab! After searching through the help topics, Ebay signs you out and then Ebay Pulse leads you to the Ebay (USA) site. I'm not sure if i have done something wrong, but the tabs on the USA site are different to the UK site.

      Cheers

      Dadibobs

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      style-of-life 5 years ago from Netherlands

      Great Hub! I believe Google has your answer too. Try Google Trends or try the keyword tool in Google adwords. :)

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      My pleasure, Christine P Ann... I hope these tips help you out!

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      Christine P Ann 5 years ago from Australia

      Really informative hub Bendo I too did not know about the what's hot button, however ebay.com.au has theirs under the 'buy' button. Thanks so much for sharing this. :)

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      What I produced is an info product on how to make money online, tlp... I took a bunch of methods that I knew worked and put them into a step by step process so that, as you watched the video, you could put together your own business.

      But you can do SO much with video, that your options are limitless. With video you have both audio and visuals, and with all products you want to create something that is new... something that either solves a problem or satisfies a want or need.

      So what can you show people that they haven't seen before? It could be a documentary, travel spots, concerts and what not... but of course you'd need permission to use all your footage. Or it could be an info product that solves a problem, like teaching people how to make professional quality videos.

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      tlp 5 years ago

      Hi just found this info, great thanks! You mention further up in comments about Kunaki for your own Dvd's ect. I am interested in this method but wouldn't know where to start, what do you produce, can you give me some example of what you have produced please?

      many thanks

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Haha... yeah mattforte, they try so hard... unfortunately for them, it's gone within hours. I don't know why people still think spamming blog comments is a good way to get backlinks.

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      Steven Pearson 5 years ago from Spanaway, WA

      Gee, Durgaprasa, that doesn't look like spam at all.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      That can be a challenge, American View... but even if you can't find a good wholesale place, you can create a product that compliments the "hot item".

      Get the item yourself and use it for a while and see what it's missing... where can you fill a gap? Is it hard to learn how to use? Then write up a tutorial or make tutorial videos to sell. Maybe if it's workout equipment you could create a workout specifically for that equipment.

      Or.... drum roll please! Become an affiliate for that hot product and sell what people want, for a comsission! You're using the sites above as research; that doesn't mean you have to sell on those sites though... you can easily create a niche site and sell hot products on there through affiliate links.

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      American View 5 years ago from Plano, Texas

      Great hub, one problem. It is easy to see what's hot to sell, question is where to buy the product wholesale so you can compete in price.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      You're welcome, creativebutterfly... thanks for reading!

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      creativebutterfly 5 years ago from Florida USA

      Useful info for me to explore thanks for the great hub

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      That's very true, john000! And you can even use it to come up with ideas on what to write hubs about... you can teach someone how to use a hot product, talk about cool add-ons to that hot product, give a review and so on.

      Thanks for the vote!

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      John R Wilsdon 5 years ago from Superior, Arizona

      "What's Hot" can be incredibly helpful even if you aren't selling a particular product. If you have a sales, discount, coupon, or special buy site you can find out what is hot and try to locate coupons, deals, etc to advertise.

      Good coverage on the subject. I voted up. :)

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Yeah aslaught, eBay has changed a lot over the years... it's a whole new ball game! But I'm happy to hear I could spark some new ideas in your mind... let us know if you get back into the game!

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      aslaught 5 years ago from Alabama

      Interesting hub. I sold on Ebay off and on from 2000 until 2010. I became very disgruntled with changes they made in their feedback system and felt it was very unfair to sellers. I loved it when I was doing it. I thought I knew just about everything about Ebay, but learned a lot from the hub. Thank you for the info. It almost makes me want to open my old account up again.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      It can be profitable with the right products at the right price, Rachelle Williams... it's worth a shot! Thanks for reading!

      Thanks, crockpotcooking... glad I could help!

      My pleasure, dagny roth... glad you got something out of it!

      Yeah weezyschannel, you definitely have to weigh your options... eBay (and Paypal) have their fees too, but sometimes it's cheaper to go with them.

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      Lisa 5 years ago from Central USA

      I had a friend who sold on Amazon and then went back to Ebay because of the price Amazon charged him after he sold his item. It was something like 50 dollars he received for the item he sold, and he only got like 39 of it after the fees.

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      dagny roth 5 years ago from Neverland

      Thanks for this article! Very simple instructions!! Much appreciated.

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      crockpotcooking 5 years ago

      Thank you for detailed instructions about how to find the statistics, especially on e-bay.

      Awesome hub.

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      Rachelle Williams 5 years ago from Tempe, AZ

      I always wanted to sell stuff on ebay, but I never found enough motivation. Perhaps I will give it another thought... Good Hub.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Well Claudia Tello, you can always intermix those things... Write about your travels, show your pictures and then at the end say something like, "If you want to have pictures as crisp as these then this is the camera I use" and go into detail why you like your camera and give them an Amazon capsule right to it.

      Thanks, mattforte! You guys always seem to spark a lot of thought in the comments and it really does add to the article!

      Thanks, cocofireah... glad you got something out of it!

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      cocofireah 5 years ago from USA

      Very useful tips, this is a good read

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      Steven Pearson 5 years ago from Spanaway, WA

      This is a good read. While I knew most of what you had to say already, you brought up a few small, but not minor things I hadn't thought of.

      Furthermore, this list of comments has a wealth of information and ideas as well, so props for provoking such a great conversation!

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      Claudia Tello 5 years ago from Mexico

      I had been considering this for a few weeks now, particularly in regard to Amazon' products. I find that I have some sort of resistance to hubbing about products like in reviews and such –as opposed to hubbing about travelling, food and cooking, art and photography, as well as exploiting my own photographs, which I am very proud of-, but I really need to start making money so….

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Happy to help show you new methods, Artsygal... thanks for reading!

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      Artsygal 5 years ago from United States, Virginia

      I didn't even know those were places were available right there on the websites where people are selling tons of stuff! Thanks for the information!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      You're welcome, Infiniteresearch... glad I could help!

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      Infiniteresearch 5 years ago from Ohio

      Appreciate the great advice...as a newbie I'm always looking for tips to move things along.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      My pleasure, adrienne2... I hope it helps spark some new ideas for you!

      Thanks, Angela Kane... glad you like it!

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      Angela Kane 5 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      Very good hub about how to find the most popular products for resale.

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      Adrienne F Manson 5 years ago from Atlanta

      Bendo, Was not familiar with shopping.com might check it out, however thank you for telling the HP community about the site!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Glad I could be of help, prairieprincess!

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      Sharilee Swaity 5 years ago from Canada

      Great information, Bendo! I am bookmarking this one for further use.

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      Sheila Brown 5 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

      Thank you Bendo, I appreciate the help! :)

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      I'll keep pumping out new content to help you along your way, sgbrown... thanks for the vote and it's good to have you as a new reader!

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      Sheila Brown 5 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

      Great information, I am still a newbie here and trying to get all the info I can. Great hub, really appreciate it. Voted up and following you! Will check back often.

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      ChanellChilds 5 years ago

      You're doing great, keep it up.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      I'm glad you got something out of it, ChanellChilds... I try to share as much as possible so that others can make some true, passive income!

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      ChanellChilds 5 years ago

      Thank you so much, this is amazing information. Internet marketing seems to be the key to earning passive income.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Thanks, El Ray! That's a pretty handy tool; I added it to my bookmarks... thanks for the tool and vote!

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      El Ray 5 years ago

      Hey Bendo13 this is an excellent and very informative Hubpage article! Voted you up.

      BTW, here's another "hidden" tool that's good for researching niche markets on eBay: http://labs.ebay.com/nichefinder/

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      My pleasure, tillsontitan, catchadream and carol3san... I'm glad you got something out of it!

      Thanks for the vote, tillsontitan!

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      Carolyn Sands 5 years ago from Hollywood Florida

      Thanks for the info. Very informative.

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      catchadream 5 years ago from Lakeland, Florida

      Great information, thanks!

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      Mary Craig 5 years ago from New York

      Good info in a good hub! Voted up.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Glad I could help you put the pieces together, Sinea Pies... thanks for reading!

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      Sinea Pies 5 years ago from Northeastern United States

      This is some great information. I know that it's possible to make some real money online but haven't known quite how to go about doing it. Now, I do!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      My pleasure, texasgirlfw... thanks for reading!

      Glad it came off as easy to understand for you, SimpleGiftsofLove... thanks for the rating and it's good to have you as a new reader!

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      SimpleGiftsofLove 5 years ago from Colorado

      Great hub, so helpful, thanks for making it newbie friendly. Rated up and following!

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      texasgirlfw 5 years ago

      Good tips. thanks

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Glad I could help, dagny roth!

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      dagny roth 5 years ago from Neverland

      I was just thinking about how to go about doing this and you answered my question! Thanks for the helpful advice!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      My pleasure, Sally's Trove! I love when people get good conversations going in the comments; it really adds in a lot of bonus content that I forgot to mention!

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      Sherri 5 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

      I don't know which I find more useful, your hub or all the great comments both you and your readers made. Taken all together, this is a goldmine of information. Thanks so much for sharing your expertise!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Thanks, earnmoney2... this article just shows you what products to promote or what type of products to promote, because they are popular.

      But you definitely want to target low competition keywords that get a lot of traffic. Google's keyword tool can help out a lot, and it's free... but what I like to use is Micro Niche Finder.

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      earnmoney2 5 years ago

      Great hub and good idea. I have earned lots of money by selling amzon products but I find low competition keywords and then made page for that and place my amzon links on that page. You are thinking that how to find low competition keywords?. Don't worry you can esaily find the low competition keywords by using google keyword tools

      Best of luck for your sales.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Yeah that is quite an odd thing to sell, but it must work! Glad it helped you come up with some new ideas, adrienne2!

      Thanks, loanyi and bangingbeauty... thanks for reading!

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      bangingbeauty 5 years ago

      Great article for those looking for ways to market their products. Cheers!

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      loanyi 5 years ago

      Great info. It's always good to know what are people looking for to buy, in the case you want to sell your products. Thanks for the sharing.

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      Adrienne F Manson 5 years ago from Atlanta

      Hey Bendo I did what you said on eBay, and I was surprised to see people selling coupons. Thanks again for this most vauable information.

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Thanks, Patty Inglish! I hope it will help you in future projects... thanks for the ratings!

      Well, now if you want to take another stab at it you'll do even better, adrienne2! Thanks for the vote!

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      Adrienne F Manson 5 years ago from Atlanta

      Bendo I wish I knew how to look for what's hot on ebay when I was trying to sale affliate products online. I could have saved a lot of time, and energy trying to promote, and sale items that I thought was good, but wasn't saling. This is a very useful article. Have voted up, and bookmarked. Thank you!

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      Patty Inglish 5 years ago from North America

      Thsi is extremely useful information, spelled out step by step. I've bookmarked it as well as rating it Up and Awesome!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      I hope you get a lot of good sales, homesteadbound!

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      Cindy Murdoch 5 years ago from Texas

      Great hub. I am feeling inspired to sell something!! I'll be checking out my stash!

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      Ben Guinter 5 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colorado

      Thanks, itops... I'm glad you got some ideas out of it!