There is a massive market for helping people lose all those extra pounds, and then keeping them off. Sub-niches you could take part in include ideas like a personal trainer YouTube channel aimed at young adults. Or you could run a niche site, or offline business, offering customized meal plans. Or maybe a digital product on weight loss for busy people.
So if someone like Brian Dean did a blog post on Backlinko that breaks down, “How I Increased My Search Traffic by 110% in 14 Days,” I’m going to read that. Why? Because you can tell just by the headline that it’s an actionable post, you can learn something from it, take all that knowledge, implement it on your website, and hopefully, you’ll see similar results.
You could start a niche website about a specific breed of cat. Another option could be a YouTube channel reviewing dog chew toys. Or you could start an authority site about caring for exotic birds. You could also go offline with your niche business by starting a pet sitting service. Pet owners in some cities are willing to pay up to $100 per day for reliable pet sitters.
FanPicks is a daily fantasy sports league site that allows members to play NHL, NFL, NBA, NCAA, MLB and MCS. FanPicks claims to be the only site in this field that offers college games and point spread. There are more than 250 open contests and thousands of entries into those contests. There is also an app for the site, allowing people to access it on the go.
Over the past 8 years, more than 100,000 people from over 100 countries have participated in Google's Online Marketing Challenge. It's an online course with modules covering introductory digital marketing, search engine marketing, search advertising, display advertising, mobile, social, analytics, and video, making it one of the more comprehensive courses for beginners. However, it's also unique in that Google gives learners a $250 AdWords budget to use over a three-week period, to run an online advertising campaign for a business or not-for-profit. The most successful learners can even win prizes from Google.
Candidates with proven skills and professional certifications from online marketing certificate programs are often more likely to get paid more than the ones who are just starting their career without any certifications or proven practical skills. Companies are more likely to hire people with the right education, rather than those who have no previous experience or training.
Blogs are content-focused websites. However, they deserve special attention because they usually occupy one particular niche, be it a zero-waste lifestyle or DIY tutorials. Bloggers can put banners on their blogs or (what has proven to be more efficient) place links throughout their posts. They can also write about the sales they learn about beforehand, create posts about certain products/services they are using, or provide readers with special coupons and discounts. For instance, if you have a travel blog, you can give your readers information about saving on accommodation and provide them with an affiliate link or coupon for hotel bookings.
Sir sincerely speaking could you help me choose, I have been on the internet marketing space for 3years now and I haven’t made any substantial income online, a considering giving up but please out of this three popular business model (blogging, affiliate marketing or freelancing) in the world which would you suggest I try out beginning from 2018 that I could start making money off within a space of three months. Please
But nowadays, there is so much opportunity if you search for brand-suitable domains and also keyword-rich or otherwise popular names on the myriad of new domain name extensions like .io, .at etc. And I should know, because I’ve paid several domain squatters a king’s ransom to purchase these sorts of domain names in the last few years! Continue reading >
I wholeheartedly agree with #2!! I never realized how much of an impact dirty carpets could have on the work place. My company recently switched to professionals who specialize in commercial dry carpet cleaning and it has made such an impact on the environment we work in. Definitely something to look into! They have some awesome information on their site. https://www.chemdrysantaclaritavalley.com/commercial-carpet-cleaning/
You need to decide which machines you want to run, get the necessary licenses to operate them (you're selling items so you need to get sales licenses and whatnot from your state), buy the machines and a truck for the items in the machines, find a supplier of the products, and then finally you can secure locations. Finally, you need to service them periodically or hire someone to service them.
The average cost of a major kitchen renovation is over $15,000. Ouch! Yet, there are SO many ways to make a kitchen look beautiful for just a few hundred dollars. It’s actually something I’m doing right now in my own kitchen. I bought decorative posts for the island, I’m putting brick facade on front of the island, changing the backsplash, putting wooden decorative feet under the cabinets, putting in decorative corbels under the cabinets, adding under-cabinet lighting, and painting the cabinets. All of these things can be done for under $150 per project. A website just about inspiration for kitchen upgrades could be fantastic!
Wow! What an awesome list! My favorite is the stock photography because I love photography. I have had some success there, particularly with one photo I make some decent income from. I think the key with stock photography is finding a shot that is high demand. Then, find a new unique way to frame that shot. This is the reason my St. Louis Arch photo is a top 10 on both ShutterStock and iStockPhoto. Thanks for the awesome ideas above!
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You asked if we would like more of this kind of post, and the answer is yes! Thank you for the niche ideas but more importantly the strategies on how you found them. Do you have a post about different ways on how to monetize once you have found a niche/idea. I can’t seem to figure out how money is made once you have a niche or industry locked down. If there is a post or if you could write one just as detailed and informative as this one, that would be really awesome, thank you.
I am an English major and a herbalist with so many ideas and no extra income to fulfill them. I recently started renting my extra apartment in the attic with Airbnb. It’s amazing how fast I accumulated some money for few hours of work between guests. Now I want to persue all my dreams of opening an online herbal store, publishing my ebook of treating Ulcerative Colitis with herbs, blogs, and videos, and pretty much all of the ideas mentioned here. I will save this article as its really helpful for whomever needs some ideas…
Soundproofing a room in your home is a popular search term on Google, and there are TONS AND TONS of products you can recommend and link to Amazon for people to buy. And you’ll earn 8% of the products they buy after clicking your affiliate link to Amazon. The best part of it is that the products are often in the $200 range, which I find to be a sweet spot for Amazon Associates. It’s enough money that you get a good commission, but not so absurdly expensive that people won’t buy.
You've probably read blog posts and articles that recommend a certain brand of backpack or water, so you click on their hyperlinked link. Oftentimes, that person gets paid a commission when you do. If you have a blog, the same can happen for you. It's a win-win-win for everyone involved — you, the product you're recommending, and the person who clicks on the link to get the product. Pat Flynn talks about this at length on his website, Smart Passive Income, where you can learn a whole lot more on the topic, aside from affiliate marketing.
Frankly, I do not care whether there is a site on the same topic as one I’m building. My most profitable website is a photography website. Not any specific niche of photography. Just photography in general. Guess what? I wasn’t the first photography site. There are hundreds of thousands of sites about photography! It really doesn’t matter. Even if someone else has a “better” site than mine, some people will identify with me, like the way I write better than other sites, will find my site first, etc. You don’t have to be the only one in a niche to make a site work. Not at all! In fact, I have had more success building sites in busy niches than in empty ones. The fact that people are there means there are potential customers and visitors there.
Domain names cannot be replicated. If one is taken, the only recourse would be to approach the owner to discuss a sale. While there are other variations you could choose, sometimes owning a certain domain (especially if it is attached to your business) can be worth the premium. Often, people will scout out domain names that are still available, buy them, and then sit on them in order to sell them down the road. Depending on who may want the domain down the road, you could sell it for a large markup.
UPDATE: I created SoundProofExpert.com and wrote just seven articles on it. I got distracted and never finished the site. I usually like 50 articles on a niche site. Anyway, 1.5 years later, the site started earning $400/month in passive income from just SEVEN ARTICLES! We gave the site away as a contest on the Income School Youtube channel. Watch this video on our Youtube channel to see all of the details of this site–how much traffic we got, how long it took to get traffic, and all the earnings. We reveal everything about that project in the video. Oh, and be sure to subscribe to Income School!