Top 101 Resources to Finding a Profitable Niche

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Looking for the right niche that will be profitable for you?  

This is an important thing to consider when when building your blog.

I ran across this article from Niche Hacks that lists 101 top resources to discover profitable niches.  This is what people are talking about,

I understand the challenge it can be when you’re looking for just the right target niche.  This should help inspire you to choosing a profitable one.

Use these resources to find your best profit niche in no time.

Top 101 Resources to Finding a Profitable Niche

  1. A day in a life of YOU – Bring a pen and paper
  2. What are your hobbies and interests?
  3. Look at problems and challenges of others
  4. Watch TV, news and documentaries
  5. WordPress plugins that give you a massive list of niches and sub-niches
  6. Amazon – www.amazon.com
  7. Clickbank – www.clickbank.com
  8. Share a Sale – www.shareasale.com
  9. Commission Junction – www.cj.com
  10. Stumbleupon – www.stumbleupon.com
  11. Yahoo Trending
  12. Find a Forum – www.findaforum.net
  13. Twitter Trending
  14. Google Trends
  15. Flippa – www.flippa.com
  16. Magazine.com - www.magazine.com
  17. Jvzoo – www.jvzoo.com
  18. Technorati – www.technorati.com
  19. Ebay Popular – http://popular.ebay.com/
  20. Google News
  21. ComScore.com – www.comscore.com
  22. Google Suggest – Google Search Bar
  23. Google Wildcard Search
  24. Google Keyword Planner
  25. LongTailPro – Advanced keyword tool
  26. Ubersuggest – www.ubersuggest.org
  27. Lycos – www.lycos.com
  28. Shopping.com – www.Shopping.com/popularpages
  29. AOL Hot Search
  30. Delicious Popular – www.delicious.com/popular
  31. 43Things – www.43Things.com
  32. BuzzFeed – www.buzzfeed.com
  33. List Verse – www.listverse.com
  34. Top Tenz – www.Toptenz.net
  35. Top10Buzz – www.Top10Buzz.com
  36. Digg – www.digg.com
  37. Reddit – www.reddit.com
  38. Craigslist – www.craiglist.com
  39. Boredpanda – www.boredpanda.com
  40. Wikipedia
  41. Youtube
  42. Facebook
  43. Listal – www.listal.com
  44. HowStuffWorks – www.howstuffworks.com
  45. Learn Stuff – www.learnstuff.com
  46. Watching shopping channels
  47. Late night infomercials
  48. WordStream – www.wordstream.com
  49. Your job or subject of study
  50. WikiHow
  51. Fivver.com – www.fivver.com
  52. About – www.about.com
  53. Yahoo Answers
  54. Quora – www.quora.com
  55. Rebel Mouse – www.rebelmouse.com
  56. Udemy – www.udemy.com
  57. Lynda – www.lynda.com
  58. For Dummies Books
  59. Ehow
  60. Kindle Marketplace
  61. LinkedIn Groups
  62. Ask.com - www.ask.com
  63. Pinterest – www.pinterest.com
  64. Tumblr
  65. Alibaba – www.alibaba.com
  66. Alexa – www.alexa.com
  67. BBC – www.bbc.com
  68. Go.com – www.go.com
  69. Flickr
  70. CNN – www.cnn.com
  71. Instagram
  72. 360Buy – www.360buy.com
  73. Dailymotion – www.dailymotion.com
  74. IMDB
  75. Tripod - www.tripod.com
  76. Slideshare – www.slideshare.com
  77. Photobucket – www.photobucket.com
  78. Piratebay – www.piratebay.com
  79. Huffington Post – www.huffingtonpost.com
  80. Blogger.com – www.blogger.com
  81. BuySellads – www.buysellads.com
  82. Bing
  83. Live Journal – www.livejournal.com
  84. Walmart – www.walmart.com
  85. Boardreader – www.boardreader.com
  86. Google Blog Search
  87. Etsy – www.etsy.com
  88. Thisiswhyimbroke.com – www.thisiswhyimbroke.com
  89. DeviantArt – www.deviantart.com
  90. Outbrain – www.outbrain.com
  91. Yelp – www.yelp.com
  92. Shareapage – www.shareapage.com
  93. Bestbuy – www.bestbuy.com
  94. Ikea – www.ikea.com
  95. Target.com – www.target.com
  96. AddThis.com – www.addthis.com
  97. Google Plus
  98. Meetup.com - www.meetup.com
  99. Tribe.net – www.tribe.net
  100. Fanpop.com – www.fanpop.com
  101. Last FM – www.last.fm

You can start using these resources right away to find a profit niche.  What a great way to really define your blogging marketing strategy.

If you don’t have a blog, this is what I use to right now.  Its completely excuse-free blogging.  You can activate your blog here.

Comment below and let me know what niche you have found to market.

Check out my other post on How To Easily Define Your Target Market For Higher Conversations and a Larger Following.

To Your Success,

Katie Miles

 

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