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How to find your product Niche to sell

Updated on September 19, 2011
Finding your Niche
Finding your Niche

Finding your Niche

Finding Your Niche:

In order to work from home, and make enough living to be a stay at home mom- your biggest resource of income is the Internet. Many individuals like you want to have the flexibility to come and go when he or she pleases, and be able to uphold a mortgage, car etc.

The only way to do this is thru selling products on Internet. I am sure you have all heard the hype about working with Google and the Internet. I have seen tons of programs out there trying to sell this information for hundreds of dollars, and I am simply giving you this information for free.

I myself have a family to uphold, and got tired of working my day job and coming home to do the second shift with the kids. By the time I got home from work- I had to cook dinner, do laundry, feed the kids etc. This eventually became to exhausting. There is an alternative and, all I have to say is that you don’t have to do this anymore!

Selling products thru Google is basically about finding a specific niche that will work for you. You list company’s products online, and get a percentage of the product. You don’t have to buy the products, or incur costly merchandise. Let me say this again- there is no cost to buy the products, all you do is list them for sell. (Some of these resources for other companies products would be found on: Amazon, Eh-ow, click bank, and even which is an affiliate of Amazon).

A niche is basically a subcategory. An example of this is Cars= Hyundai. (Hyundai would be a niche, not cars).

You must be able to be search able on Google within the first 2 pages to be successful. The key to this is by using the proper search words. Market samurai is a wonderful program that does this for you.

Let me just say you do have the option to employ individuals to weed thru, and find the best Google search able words for you. You can hire individuals like this on:

1) Virtual



Some of these charges as little as $5.00 per lead.

If you don’t want to pay someone you can use a software tool called market samurai. You can download the free trial on the internet.

Market Samurai is better that just searching thru Google to find those key words. It combines all search engines in one. It even helps you when it’s time to write your article. Right now you can try it out for free. You don’t need a special code to do so, just click on the link.

How do I find my Niche?

First grab a piece of paper so that we can brainstorm.

You can achieve this by:

1) Idea

2) Keyword search

3) Pick profitable niche

You also find niche’s by looking at 3 key words: Passion, pain, problem

Passion would be to list your passions. What interest you?

Pain would be a problem that might be current in society- like back pain.

Problem could be a current problem- whether it is with faulty equipment, technology etc. For instance: ipad having no camera. Can we find a solution to this?

When you complete you can use these resources to see hot products you can sell with your passion, pain, problem, idea etc. You can also go under ehow, Amazon, or click bank as explained below to help determine your products to sell.

Niche products
Niche products

How do I find hot products that are in demand now?

You want to be able to sell a product and gain profit right? Whether it is your own or you are selling someone else’s product- you need to know how to find what is currently selling.

These are some of our FREE resources:

1) Ehow. If you go under ehow’s website and look to the left side of the page- top 10 products that are selling are listed. You can also explore different categories.

2) Go under their website and look at the best book selling section. New York times best selling list, Amazon bestselling book list etc

3) Do an advanced search, completed listings to find hot products and what they sold for. You can also go on and they will list the hot selling items on there as well.

4) Click bank. Go under marketplace, pick category, search advanced. Anything with a gravity of 6 has been selling and is a good product.

In order to sell Amazon, and click banks products you will need to set up an affiliate account with them. It is free to do this, and I will explain later how to do this.

First I recommend when finding your niche products- you pick 10-15 topics/items.

You want to look out for these 4 factors when determining your niche:

1) How to research once selected Niche.

2) Relevance (Specific to your topic- can mean 2 different things)

3) Traffic- very important

4) Competition

5) Commercial value

What a Niche is


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      Reynold Jay 

      7 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan

      I found my niche. I had an art degree and used it to speculate in comic books and it made me a millionaire! I found I enjoyed this very much. You have this laid out beautifully and it is easy to understand. Keep up the great HUBS. I must give this an “Up ONE and awesome.” I'm always your fan! RJ

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