Discover A $3.8 Billion License To Print Money. Are You Ready To Invest In The Future?

Filed in Niche Market Ideas by on July 15, 2014

3d printer niche

If you're not familiar with these niche posts then here's how it works....

I break down hot niche markets for you giving a brief insight into the profitability of the niche and showing how you can dominate the niche like a niche marketing rockstar.

Today we will look at 3D printing and unless you've been living on the moon you'll know this is a HUGE new trend and growing FAST.

I first reported on it way back when the blog first started in 'hot products for 2014'.

In fact CNBC report it will be worth $3.8 billion dollars by the end of 2014 (Source) and it's growing by 22.8% in the US each year (Source)

3D printing is being used to print food, human organs, machine parts and even guns – it's uses are near endless.





Let's Look At The Demand...

With 135,000 for the main keyword this is big business.

Just think of all the sub-niches and different uses for 3D printing that you can target.

Keyword Volumes 2014-06-24T02-38-48.016Z


Reasons To Get Involved In This $3.8 Billion Niche...

3D printing is new, growing fast, and only just taking off – now is the perfect time for you to get involved before the masses do.

It's already worth $3.8 billion and growing by 22% annually if you can get into the niche now and capture just 0.01% of the market you'll literally have a license to print money!

There over 54,000 related products on Amazon from high priced printers to high priced accessories – this means you have endless products and addons to sell to your site visitors.


(P.S. If you'd like to download a free list of 1,781 profitable niches click here or the image below)

1781 niches [new]


The people (or companies most likely – which means BIG orders) that buy 3D printers have money to spare and don't blink about spending it so it may as well be with you.

3D printers on Amazon at minimum cost $500 and go up to $10,000 and most have 25 to 100 sales.

Which means literally thousands of people are buying these high priced machines – this means you will be paid up to $400 in commission on ever sale you make.

There's over 35 high quality products on the subject on Clickbank from user guides and how to's with up to 75% commission payouts.

Someone who's just spend thousands on a 3D printer won't think twice about purchasing a $35 digital guide– this again means sizeable commission payouts for you.

Over 69,000 people have 'liked' 3D printers on Facebook meaning this is an ultra popular niche – so you'll find it easy to get involved with your target audience online.

There's over 11 million pages indexed in Google on the subject which will help with your content ideas and mean you can cut down on mind numbing research.

There's at least 5 dedicated forums on the subject with over 15,000 members.

This will allow you to find out burning topics and questions and provide solutions in the form of products – this means people biting your hand off to get them and throwing cash at you in the process.

All these factors from the $3.8 billion spent in the market to the $400 commission payouts and the 54,000 Amazon products to sell to the near 70,000 easy to reach target audience makes this a gold mine of a niche – you could say it's like printing money.


How You Can Hack Your Way Into This $3.8 Billion Niche...

There's a lot of options here – mini product review sites, 3D printing blog, price comparison sites, authority site.

I personally like the idea of a price comparison site comparing various printer models.


What You'll Need To Get Started:

  • A reliable web-host from the likes of WP-Engine (or Bluehost if you're on a budget)
  • Image & graphics from Photodune from $1 (don't take images from Google you'll end up in legal trouble)
  • An auto-responder to build your email list and contact your customers – Aweber is just $1
  • The number #1 email capture tool on the market – OptinMonster, so you can grow your list fast.
  • A set of 12+ free tools that'll blow up your email list and exponentially grow your site from SumoMe.


Whatever you do make sure you're signed up to promote these high priced machines as an affiliate.

I've talked about the $400 commission you could get from Amazon but I guarantee there are other retailers paying much more than Amazons 4%.

So you could end up with even higher payouts.

Due to the sheer volume of products on sale make sure you set up a sales funnel of products and promote everything from the printers themselves to the accessories and the digital guides on Clickbank.

There's so much money in the niche ($3.8 billion and growing!) and the people / businesses that buy these machines aren't short on cash to spend so you want to take advantage of that.

There's a lot of repeat sales opportunities here for you.

Due to the volume of people who are interested in the niche on social media, forums and blogs your target audience are easy to find online.

You can work out their problems, solve them, and market to them without too much effort selling products worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.


If You've Missed Our Previous Niche Reports:


Want 6+ New Niche Reports Every Month?

If you want instant access to 150+ profitable niche reports and 6+ new reports every month including a list of profitable keywords, check out our members area.

Over 450 members are already taking advantage, why aren't you?

Join us here:



To date, Stuart has revealed well over 1,500 hot niches.

He's living his dream of being location independent, and having traveled the world, thanks to internet marketing.

The aim with Niche Hacks is to help you live your dream thanks to online marketing, whatever that may be.
NicheHacks on FacebookNicheHacks on GoogleNicheHacks on Twitter


Comments (6)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Connie says:

    This is a very exciting and interesting niche but do you think it's already saturated? How would someone tell if a niche is too saturated?


    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Connie, good questions.

      No I don't think it's saturated. It's a relatively new niche and different uses for 3D printing are being uncovered every week (food, guns, human organs, art & craft, guns etc).

      It's JUST getting started. I don't really believe in huge niches like these ever being over saturated. There's always sub-niches and unique angles to be taken.

      • Thomas says:

        Agree to disagree.

        Even though the market itself is not fully saturated, this niche is actually not as new as one might think.
        First invented in the 80s it's been used ever since, mostly in big companies that use it for boring stuff like spare parts or rapid prototyping.

        The reason why it is considered a new niche is because of the hype around the deskprinters available. There are a number of companies offering 3D-printers for anyone to buy and anyone to use which is the reason in the increased popularity in 3D-printing.

        If you are looking to make a profit with them then you will have to dwelve deeper into the economics and the uses for printers for big companies.

        Problem is that they quite likely have already found out how they could use the printer and are already using it.

        Yet I wish anyone that attemps this good luck.

        • NicheHacks says:

          There's definitely new people and new businesses, from big to small, discovering new uses for 3D printing. No way has everyone who could benefit from 3D priniting found out already. This market is growing fast.

  2. Melody says:

    About that guide that was a link to something someone was selling..... I've bought sites before, packages where they make the whole site for you essentially, clone sites and so on--totally rip offs. I guess or maybe I just suck and am doing something totally wrong. Either way, is the product you linked to above legit, would YOU use it? Or any of these niches yourself for that matter?

    • NicheHacks says:

      These aren't clone sites or rip off. I own niche packages by this product vendor. They are good quality and have their uses if you know what to do with them. Just using them exactly as they are isn't the way to use them though.