Since Hubbers have been always so helpful, i am asking it..... Considering I don't have time for promoting my articles (I am a student and also have a full time job), which Amazon category might be decently profitable for me. Certainly I am not going to write about Kindle, TVs etc, but for low priced items there are thousands to choose from. At least give me a broad guideline among these three:
i)books & dvds, toys etc
ii)utility items like kitchenware, tools etc.
iii)clothing and fashion accesoroies
Also please state another thing, which title works best "Review of X" or "Buy X Online etc".
Thanks in advance
None is going to tell you which niches are most profitable. Finding the niche is the hardest part so you know........
As you have wanted a broad outline I can only say you and only you can test it. Try different products and see what happens. Basically you will succeed with anything that are people looking for and there are not many resources available for them in the net. The old "Low competition but decent traffic" is also also applicable for amazon.
Best, buy online, review, top all are good. You can check for which item which title will be most profitable in terms of competition and traffic with keyword tool.
More experienced would certainly give you more valuable suggestions. These were only my thoughts.
If making money was as easy as asking others what to write about, many more would do it.
If you are not going to take the time to find out yourself, don't ask others to. The hubbers here will gladly help give suggestions, I'm sure. But 38 hubs in 6 weeks does kind of make it seem like you do have the time.
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