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How To Find A Market Niche – Here Are Five Ways…

By: ebusinessmom Category: affiliate marketing

how to find a market niche

How To Find A Market Niche

In the video below I am going to share with you how I find a market niche quickly and easily. This video will show you how to find the hot products that people are searching for online.

This way you can avoid advertising products and services that only a few people are looking for. Take a look at my video below…

How To Find A Market Niche #1 – ehow.com

ehow is one of the main websites that I use to find hot niche markets to promote on my other blogs. On ehow people go there to find any “How to” info like…how to cook, how to start a dry cleaning business, how to find a market niche, etc.

This is a great site with lots of great information. I currate some of the content from ehow and post them on this blog. Credit is always given to the publisher of the article on any site that you currate.

How To Find A Market Niche #2 – Amazon.com

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You can go through Amazon’s “Best sellers,” list and choose products from there. This list is constantly being updated. So make sure to check back often.

Also, make sure you sign up for the Amazon Associates affiliate program. Amazon does not offer much of a commission…only 4%. As you sell more products, your commission can increase to 8%.

The good news is, most people that you refer to Amazon.com usually purchase several other related items. Some items customers purchase are not even related. Amazon is a place where people spend, spend, and spend some more.

How To Find A Market Niche #3Pulse.ebay.com

On Pulse.ebay.com you can find some of ebay’s most popular products. You can see what people are purchasing on a daily basis. Scroll through the most popular searches, etc. Great site to find niche market ideas.

How To Find A Market Niche #4Mygoals.com

On the Mygoals.com website you would find people that have certain goals in life that they want to achieve.   It can be anything from, “My goal is to pay off my debt, to become fluent in Spanish, to lose 50 lbs in 6 months,etc.”  IMake sure you check out the top editors pick to get some great market niche ideas.

How To Find A Market Niche #5Terapeak.com

Terapeak.com is a backdoor to ebay products. On this site you will find statistics on the hot products on ebay.

These are just a few of the sources that I use to find hot products for my affiliate marketing campaigns. I hope this was helpful to you.


How to find a market niche

How To Find A Market Niche

 How To Find A Market Niche

Article Writing Tips From SpongeBob SquarePants

By: vernette Category: affiliate marketing

Article Writing…

By Nicole Dean

article writingWisdom can be found in the most unexpected places. Today, wisdom bubbled up from a pineapple under the sea. I suddenly realized that everything you’d want to know about writing articles for your website can be taught by SpongeBob SquarePants and his friends.

When you write for your newsletter, blog, or website, which character are you most like?

Mr. Krabs: This crustacean is focused on one thing and one thing only, making more and more and more money. Only a cartoon could actually have dollar signs drawn in his eyes. He thinks of no one, only how he can benefit. Are your articles focused on you or on the reader? Are you providing information or do you have blinders on, thinking only about how you can make money from the article you are writing? If your article reads like an ad or is self-serving or full of affiliate links, you might write like Mr. Krabs.

article writingPlankton: The smallest creature in the sea is also the sneakiest. He’ll do anything and hurt anyone to steal someoneelse’s work (the Krabby Pattie secret formula). Write your own material. Don’t be Plankton. Don’t copy and paste someone else’s work, edit it, and try to pass it off as your own. You will be caught, and it just isn’t worth it. Take the same amount of effort and work on your own thoughts and ideas. Plankton never gets away with his schemes, either. He’s on Plan “Z” and is still pathetically failing at his attempts to steal the secret formula.


I thought I should just insert some more fun into this article writing tips article.  So check out the Spongebob videos below. Enjoy!


Patrick: SpongeBob’s best friend, the starfish, has a good heart, but isn’t the brightest creature in the sea. Do your articles make you sound like an expert? Are you providing valuable content or just pushing out sloppy articles as fast as you can? Always double check for typos and grammatical errors. If you’re challenged by spelling and grammar, hire a Virtual Assistant or Copywriter to proofread and submit your article for you. Or slow down, set your article aside for a article writingday and then reread it before you click the “submit” button.

Squidward: Squidward is B-O-R-I-N-G. When writing articles, are you a Squidward? Do you just get the words down on paper or are you finding a fun twist to entertain your audience and keep them coming back for more? Take time to make your articles stand out from the thousands of other dull articles out there by including personal stories or just having fun while writing. For instance, this article could be entitled “How to Write a Good Article”, but would it stand out from the hundreds of other articles about article writing? Probably not.

SpongeBob: This little guy always tries to do the right thing, and is a hard worker. He may not always end up getting the results he hoped for, but he bounces back and tackles his work with a renewed vigor. SpongeBob works very hard, he’s a good friend, he always thinks of others, and tries to have fun no matter what he is faced with. Hardworking, friendly SpongeBob is the guy to be when writing articles.

article writingAlthough this is a silly lesson in article writing, I hope you’ll remember the important messages our underwater friends have taught us.

1. Write articles to help others, not with dollar signs in your eyes.

2. Write your own material. Don’t copy others.

3. Proofread your articles carefully, and provide valuable information.

4. Be entertaining. Not boring.

5. Be a SpongeBob! Hard work and persistence pay off.

Before you know it, you’ll develop a following for having informative and entertaining articles and you’ll be King or Queen of the sea.

Author Resource – Nicole Dean is published all over the web, under numerous pen names. She welcomes you to visit
Easy Article Marketing to get started using article marketing to boost your business today.



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