Untapped niches are those categories or market on which no information has been available yet.
Untapped niches are specialized markets that are uncrowded or undiscovered. Finding these untapped niches is generally the goal of marketers because they are "tapping" in to a profitable source of revenue and traffic.
Little hidey holes and corners that you have not yet found to get stuck into a few hours reading before the other half finds you.
The easiest way to describe an untapped niche would be to look for low to no competion niches. These are generally untapped, or barley covered therefore providing you the potential to stand at the top of Google results.
Maybe you want a list of niches that no ones knows about?
"Wanna be Snipers" - The guy that came up with soccer mums as a target segment said that wanna be snipers is the next growing industry within the gun market.
Other untapped niches are Archery moms, young knitters and mini churches.
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