Discover 76 Red Hot Products You Can Make Money From Amazon With [Updated November 2016]

Filed in Amazon, Ultimate Guides & Resources by on November 21, 2016

Let me guess...High priced Amazon products

You're looking to find some niche products to promote as an affiliate (or perhaps sell as a dropshipper using Amazon FBA) through Amazon?

On this page I reveal 76 red hot and expensive products in 10 different niches that already sell like crazy Amazon.

Which means there's a piece of the pie available for you too.

If you're an Amazon affiliate you can start promoting them instantly for big commissions knowing they'll definitely convert.

And If you are looking to get into eCommerce, Amazon FBA or dropshipping then you can try and source similar or better products from the likes of AliBaba as you know the products listed here are good sellers.

At the end of the post I will give you ideas of how to 'hack' your way to success with these products.

So let's find you some hot niche products from Amazon to sell..

 

 

What You'll Learn:

  • A strategy to "hack" your way to success as an Amazon affiliate using these products.
  • 10 different "hot" niches on Amazon that you can easily profit from.

 

(P.S. If you'd like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)

 

Home Improvement Tools:

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • People in this niche tend to spend a lot as they need multiple tools and items and materials
  • People in this niche have disposable income to spend.
  • Repeat purchases as new materials are always needed.

 

Appliances

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • People get appliances to solve problems.
  • New appliances are released regularly.
  • People have disposable income as appliances are a luxury to have.

 

Arts & Crafts

 

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • People are passionate about this niche so demand will always be high.
  • Machines and new gadgets are released constantly meaning more sales and commissions for you.
  • Hobby niches means repeat purchases because new materials are always needed.

 

Automotive

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Lucrative niche with tons of materials constantly being sold and created
  • People are passionate in this niche so they will be likely to buy repeatedly
  • Items in this niche are expensive as they are for automobiles

 

Baby Care

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Babies are born by the second, so people are constantly buying in this niche.
  • People in this niche generally spend to get the best and safest items for their babies, meaning more commissions and sales for you.
  • Niche is always in demand, no matter what season it is.

 

Electronics

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Electronics are constantly evolving, meaning more repeat purchases for you.
  • Most electronics are not cheap (i.e. TV's and projectors) so you'll need less sales for income vs cheaper items.
  • People are passionate in this niche, as they are always trying to keep up with technology and trends.

 

Smart Wearable's

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Smartwatches are growing in popularity.
  • More features are being added so they will always be priced high when released
  • People are passionate in this niche since they trying to keep up with technology and trends.

 

Personal Care

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Personal care has tons of passionate people, who care about their health.
  • Can be used in combination with other niches like health and fitness.
  • The number and types of gadgets are always evolving so people try to keep up, meaning more repeat purchases for you.

 

Fitness & Sports

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Health is the number one concern so people are always going to be investing in equipment and tools.
  • There's a limitless flow of health and fitness products to promote and a never ending demand for them.
  • With so many reviews, there's no doubt you'll be able to tell the disadvantages and advantages of each equipment.

 

Home & Kitchen

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • People are always looking to make their homes stand out in comfort and design.
  • Mattresses and home stuff are always bought, so you'll easily get commissions off the stuff you promote.
  • Tons of reviews meaning tons of purchases and it'd be easy to review these items without buying them as people have already reviewed them for you.

 

Patio & Garden

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • People are passionate about their patio and gardens, so new materials and items are constantly being purchased.
  • There's a dozen ways to design a garden or a patio with the same item, meaning more reasons for you to promote these items.
  • In this niche, solar panels are popular and they can get expensive, so you'd get higher commissions from a single sale.

 

Pet Care

 

Reasons To Get Involved In This Niche

  • Constant releases on pet gadgets and items so more items for you to promote.
  • People seem to be passionate about their pets in this niche.
  • New items need to be bought to keep up in this niche so demand is always high.

 

Thoughts?

Those were the 76, hot Amazon niche products, what did you think?

You can promote them as an affiliate or dropship them and use Amazon's FBA service to sell.

Want to know how you can find your own in demand niche products?

Then read on....

 

How To Find High Priced & In Demand Products

There's a manual way and an automated way to find the most expensive items on Amazon that also are in high demand.

To do it manually go to Amazon.com and from within the search bar choose a 'department' then click into the search bar and click 'Go' and let the new page load up.

 

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Then below the search box you'll see a button labelled 'best sellers' (not all departments have this for some reason), click it.

 

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On the right hand side of the screen you'll see an area that says 'more to explore in DEPARTMENT NAME' and below that will be 'hot new releases', 'movers and shakers' and 'top rated'.

Click 'see top 100' in the 'top rated' category.

 

 

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It will then bring up the most rated products which usually means the most popular ones.

Scroll through looking for high priced products with lots of reviews.

However that's pretty time consuming and mind numbing and there's no guarantee you'll find high priced products with lots of reviews.

 

To Automate This Process....

There is a software package called AmaSuites which can do this for you.

You can enter a list of criteria such as must be priced over $100 and have 50+ reviews into the software and it returns HUGE lists of products which match.

The software can also provide extra data like keywords people are using on Amazon to search for products, whether those product keywords have low SEO competition, if there are exact match domains available, Google insight data and more.

>> Get a special 60% discount of AmaSuites on this link.

 

How Can I 'Hack' My Way To Success With These Products?

There are 3 options:

  1. Build review sites around 1 particular product or product type and try to rank the site.
  2. Create a price comparison site around a range of similar products showing prices from different retailers.
  3. Create a niche blog or authority site that talks about the niche as a whole.

 

Review Sites

Create a review site with the Juno Theme that reviews a particular type of product and attempt to rank for terms like 'product name', 'best product' and 'product review', see this list of buyer keywords for more.

Your traffic would be almost entirely reliant on Google so you'd require strong SEO skills or a budget to spend on blog networks or link packages.

These types of sites are becoming harder to rank, more work, and are often short term due to Googles constant algorithm updates.

 

Examples Of Some High Converting Mini Review Sites Include

  • aPennyShaved.com
  • BestSurvivalKnifeGuide.com
  • DoubleStrollerGuide.com
  • Vacuumjudge.com

 

Examples of Authority Review Sites

  • ConsumerSearch
  • Consumer Reports
  • CNet
  • Engadget

 

Comparison Sites

Alternatively you could create a niche comparison site and compare different models, features and prices from different retailers.

The comparison industry is worth £1bn (Source) but focused primarily around insurance and utilities not yet filtering down to the majority of niche markets so there's a lot of opportunities.

Comparison sites are not solely reliant on SEO and can draw traffic from a number of different sources.

They convert well as you're giving people different options on models, features and price they can choose from.

If someone see's that Amazon has the best price over other retailers (and they usually do) they'll click that button immediately in fear that it changes.

 

Major Comparison Sites:

  • GoCompare
  • MoneySupermarket
  • Comparethemarket

 

Niche Comparison Sites:

  • Compareandshare.com
  • Bikmo.com
  • Findthebest.com
  • Phonerocket.com
  • Wine-searcher.com

Building a niche comparison site around some of the products listed above could be a winning idea, e.g. car seats, contour mattresses, or sewing machines.

 

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Niche Blog or Authority Site

If price comparison and review sites don't appeal then you can build a niche blog or authority site around the niche or demographic as a whole.

For example above I featured baby care products which obviously are aimed at families with new or soon to be born children, particularly the mother who will make most of the purchasing decisions.

You could create a whole blog around the topic of baby care, blogging about issues mothers of new born babies face and sell these high ticket Amazon products as solutions.

If baby care doesn't appeal there's also pet products, home improvement and electronic products above which can be turned into a niche blog or authority site.

Many NicheHacks members, including my VA Nader, see there's more potential to authority type sites over the other types.

Pick a premium theme like Genesis Generate or WP-Radiance.

Create high quality content and drive traffic from niche forums, social media groups and blogs.

Also build an email subscriber list that you can use to drive traffic back to your site and promote products.

 

Niche Blog Examples:

  • Freshome.com/ (Architecture)
  • Nerdfitness.com (Fitness advice for nerds and geeks)
  • Tinycartridge.com/ (Retro gaming)
  • NomadicMatt.com (Backpacker & Budget travel)
  • DreadCentral.com (Horror movies & TV)

 

Authority Site Examples:

  • Copyblogger (Writing & blogging advice)
  • TechCrunch.com (Technology)
  • WebMD (Medical advice)
  • DrudgeReport (Gossip)
  • SimplyRecipes (Recipes)
  • DigitalMarketer (Online marketing advice)

 

(P.S. If you'd like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)

 

Conclusion

This list of 76 high priced Amazon products should give you some ideas for products to promote and the type of sites to create in order to make money from Amazon.

As I've said previously these aren't the most expensive items on Amazon but they do have high price tags and sell well so commissions and conversions will be good.

If you're still not sure on how to find your niche's best selling products on Amazon, check out what Chelsea wrote here.

Whether you want to create niche review sites, niche blogs or build price comparison sites there are lots of profitable options.

Either use the products listed here or find your own automatically and start 'hacking' your way to niche success with these red hot Amazon products.

Or take advantage of the 7 steps to finding your profitable niche and then use products that you find on Amazon.

 

 

Which of these products appeal to you most?

What do you plan to do with them?

Leave a comment below to share your plan of action with the niche hacks tribe....

 

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  1. SEO Arbiter says:

    Hi Stuart,

    That's interesting. I've never really heard many people speak about the amount of reviews a product has as being a reason to promote it, rather than say, how many searches it gets.

    It actually makes a lot of sense and seems obvious, so I'm not sure why I don't hear people take that line of thinking more often!

    Daniel

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Daniel, glad you like it. These products are in high demand and people are buying them whether they are searching for them or not.

      • john says:

        hi Stuart,
        with regards to which product will have more sales,
        have you tried or experimented
        niche site that is based on
        search volumes vs.
        number of amazon customer comments
        vs. Google trend ?
        it seems to me you are basing you niche site creation on amazon best seller and no. of customer reviews ?

        • NicheHacks says:

          Hi John,

          Thanks for commenting.

          Yes in this post I'm focusing on amazon best seller products because they are proven best sellers - so we know they make money.

          Otherwise you're picking products in the dark that you HOPE might sell.

          • John says:

            is the products sold equals or the same number as the customers reviews?

            maybe not, right? it could be more? cause some buyers dont comment at all... or cant write review since they just bought it lately ..

          • NicheHacks says:

            No I'm sure I explained in the post that for every 1 review left it's estimated between 1 to 1,000 people have bought.

            We don't know for sure. Only Amazon knows.

            But not everyone leaves a review. I don't when I buy stuff.

  2. Brian Manon says:

    Another excellent article. Some very good niches. I have a baby care site that does extremely well. Anything with child care converts very well

  3. NicheHacks says:

    Hi Brian, thanks for the comment. Baby care is definitely one of those recession proof niches that people need to spend money on whether they like to or not.

  4. Sunday says:

    I think the extra piece of information included after the 50 red hot products to make money from Amazon just about make this blog post valuable.

    More are learned from what each of the sites offers. For affiliates who lack ideas on how to move their products higher, this post works as an in depth guide.

    However, I think you may have problem with the editors at kingged.com because they find it sneaky submitting posts with locked status!

    I have shared this comment in kingged.com where this post is socially bookmarked for Internet marketers.

    Sunday - kingged.com contributor

    http://kingged.com/50-red-hot-products-you-can-make-money-from-amazon-with/

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Sunday,

      Thanks for the comment. The locked part of the content is bonus material so no one is being forced to share to get access to the post it's self.

      Thanks for sharing anyway.

  5. Cool idea! So many good products out there.

    1 note; I only promote stuff that I have used, for integrity and transparency purposes. I'd suggest that you promote any product you used to offer the most fair and balanced reviews for your audience.

    I left this comment on kingged.com, the content curation website and blogging community.

  6. Carl Davies says:

    You just gave me loads of niche ideas to go after. Thanks man! 🙂

    Personally, I like to promote products I us myself. More authentic like that!

    Kindest,

    Carl

  7. Kenyon says:

    Hi there, love the site, I build websites as a freelancer for my income, but I can no longer neglect the concept of something more residual working in the background. I can't wait to apply some of your info. Also, since I frequently purchase WordPress themes and plug ins, I'll be sure to hook you up with some affiliate conversions from your site at some point 🙂

    Great content!

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Kenyon,

      Thanks for commenting. Let me know how you get on trying some of it out and if you need any advice be sure to ask.

      Who do you build websites for?

  8. metz says:

    Build review sites and create a price comparison site.

    Review sites can be a key in establishing your business so no doubts this will work. Online reviews are important to your customers, if you're trying to sell something. I must say, be a trusted review.

    This comment was left in kingged.com where this post was already “kingged” and shared for Internet marketers.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Metz, thanks for commenting. Do you run review and comparison sites yourself?

  9. Detailed and highly informative post buddy. Amazon is one place to make residual income; but my problem with them is the low commission rate which makes you think sometimes whether it's really worth the troubles.

    Thanks for the extensive research on the niches and products to purchase. But making decisions here is problematic. My few questions are:
    1. What is the implication of the number of reviews a particular products has on the person who intends to start promoting it?
    2. What kinds of domain names should do when setting up a review site for those products?
    3. I have heard about setting up automated Amazon sites, should I one settle for such or should one update those sites manually?

    Thanks for such a great piece. Do have a nice weekend.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey, Efoghor,

      1. I don't understand your question - can you clarify?
      2. Create a brandable domain rather than a keyword based EMD is the way forward.
      3. The automated site can be a good start but yes you'll want to put some manual work into too. Adding extra products, changes to product descriptions in some places etc.

      Enjoy your weekend too.

  10. Maketta says:

    Hello Stuart,

    This is a great way to find products on Amazon that will sell. I think especially if you purchase something on Amazon you can see if it is in the best sellers. If it is you can write a review about it. Thanks for sharing this with us!

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Maketta, yes it is a great way to find products that sell. Don't know any better way tbh.

  11. toni says:

    BestSurvivalKnifeGuide.com
    DoubleStrollerGuide.com

    both sites are dead.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Toni, thanks for the heads up. Yeah it looks like both are down. Doublestrollerguide.com seems to be completely gone and not sure what is happening with best survival knife guide. Will look into it.

      Thanks..

      • Prashanth K says:

        BestSurvivalKnifeGuide.com - Spencer closed this down and shifted this site elsewhere - http://www.nichepursuits.com/survival-knife-project-update-making-a-comeback-from-negative-seo/

        Doublestrollerguide.com - that's surprising. Domain appears to be parked now.

        But Stuart, I would expect authority sites to have a lot more content on the subject rather than just ~1000 word posts with 1-2 affiliate links?

        • NicheHacks says:

          Hey Prasanth, thanks for your comment. Yeah Spencer was hit with a negative SEO attack on Survival Knife and DoubleStrollerGuide was sold I believe.

          I didn't say they were authority sites though, I listed them as examples of mini review sites.

      • Prashanth K says:

        For newbies out there: if you are building a website around the keyword, do pay attention to the competition. Not all keywords are equal.

        E,g,
        Home Improvement Tools: Porter Cable Oil Free Compressor with Accessory Kit
        This is difficult to rank for. Front page is dominated by eCommerce companies. This is a pure 'buy' keyword. Have a look at Moz Keyword analysis at http://i.imgur.com/V4FpJMf.png

        Appliances: Danby Beverage Centre
        Again most domains are ecommerce.
        http://i.imgur.com/gH6c7Jv.png

        Arts & Crafts
        Brother Feature Rich Sewing Machine
        http://i.imgur.com/S4DqrbX.png

        I am not saying eCommerce sites are impossible to beat, but they are really difficult.

        You need to consider the products given as "starting points". Combine them with other keywords that people are searching for, and make the long tail stick in the first page.
        To get ideas go to http://soovle.com, and provide the string "Baby Booster Seat".

        • NicheHacks says:

          Thanks for the detailed reply. Visitors will find it useful. One thing I'd like to point out is that you don't need to try and rank sites around these products to make money from them.

          As we know they sell well you could build wider niche sites around them and instantly know what people will want to buy in the niche or add them into existing sites.

  12. Jacques says:

    Thank you for a very useful article.
    Much appreciated!

  13. I always struggled to find a product that I can build a site on .. I always thought of trying to make a mini site and promote using SEO but unable to decided on a product that converts ...

    But what if I want to promote directly on FB without creating a site....any advice on that?

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Shaishav, thanks for commenting.

      I prefer to look for niches than products. That way you can promote a number of related products and not just 1.

      SEO is tricky as a newbie and it's tme consuming and costly now what with new sites taking up to 6 months to rank (if they ever do) and lots of high quality links from private blog networks etc which aren't cheap.

      However all the products listed in this post are PROVEN bets sellers so they DO convert.

      Using FB is no good. You need to build your own online empire. You don't own FB and FB can close you down or ban you at ANY time. Always have your own site, hosting, domain so you have full control.

  14. Naneski says:

    Thanks a lot Stuart!

    This is awesome! Keep up the good work - great content mate.

  15. Kashif says:

    Thanks for sharing the extensive list and so many workable ideas.

    I was wondering if there are any numbers or research available on whether people buy high priced items from Amazon or not. For example, I have noticed Espresso machines worth more than $1500 selling on Amazon. I wonder if they are really get sold.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Kashif, the simple thing to do is look at how many reviews the product has. It's estimated for any 1 review somewhere between 100 to 1,000 people have bought because not everyone leaves a review.

      So lots of reviews is a good sign.

  16. Fantastic info Sir. Thank you!

    ...and yes... people do buy high cost items from Amazon, like my 32" LG HDTV ...and my daughter who got peeved and bought herself a 32" Samsung Smart HDTV, all the way from the Caribbean sitting in front of a 21" iMac bought from Amazon.com. But then I figured all web users would know this.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hi Marquis, thanks for your comment.

      One question for you, why do I get several emails from you every day (they land in my spam folder) asking me to confirm my subscription?

      I haven't subscribed to anything of yours. :\

      • I think that happens when I try to access something I thought I did not have from you, then your software tells me I am already a subscriber, that is why it goes to the spam filter I guess, sorry about that.

        • NicheHacks says:

          I'm being asked to confirm to sign up to a list of yours.....this wouldn't happen if you're trying to sign up for something with me.

  17. I do not have a list service or a website that answers mail like Aweber or any such thing. I have a blogger account, yahoo mail and gmail. None of those accounts affords any such comforts. My listwire account is nonfunctional.
    I am no programmer, so I would not know if any of those accounts were hacked, nor have I got any advisory notices from the relevant companies.
    It is strange, because you are the first person I have had this complaint from. What I may suggest is that you let me sign up from a new account, although I notice that I get emails from you on both Yahoo and Gmail.

    This reminds me of my unsuccessful effort to block emails from the SFI group, no matter how many times I send their stuff to the spam folder they keep coming to my inbox, go figure.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Yeah it's a listwire confirmation. I get these email every single day from you, multiple one, luckily they all land in spam and not my inbox.

      I shouldn't be getting these emails as I've never visited your website or enter my email into your opt in box to join your list.

  18. I have deleted my list wire responder, let me know if any more crap is going on?

  19. David says:

    Thank you for your article. I also learn to make money online with amazon, you gave me the basic guideline how to earn with Amazon.

    Again, thank you the bonuses.

  20. Hieu Luong says:

    Thank you so much! I read every your post about Amazon niche sites. They're so great and useful for me.

    Thank again! I'm glad if I can make friend with you 🙂

    Good luck for you!

  21. Nirmala says:

    Hi Stuart,

    It is a fantastic post. I would really like to appreciate your awesome efforts in gathering the profitable products to blog and make money from Amazon.

    I have been blogging since 2012 but now only entered into the niche marketing. I want to make a huge income from Amazon niche sites.

    I'll follow your guidelines and yes, will compare the products and present them as the blog posts. I'm familiar with the benefits of writing in-depth articles, and I'll do it for sure.

    I have unlocked the profitable KWs as well, thanks again for revealing the profitable ideas. Keep your great work, have a good day today!

  22. Amar kumar says:

    Hey,

    Today, Machines and new gadgets such as smart phones, laptop and other daily usable products etc. are really buzz in online market and these provides good opportunity to transform our commissions. Niches related to hobby are great and considered as repeat purchases, this kind of niches are profitable for us to generate huge money from it. Eventually, thanks for sharing your amazing thought with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

  23. Shetyl says:

    Are there any gluten free products to sell on amazon?is it popular?

    • NicheHacks says:

      Did you think to go look on Amazon and find out? Would take 2 seconds to do.

      And if you follow the guide you'll see how to find out if it's popular...by looking at number of reviews etc.

      And yes it's definitely popular, intolerances are a major health concern for people, so they spend money on alternatives and treatment.

      But you need to be willing to go find out for yourself by doing some research.

  24. Ricardo says:

    Oh Man... Thanks for this post... I will start to work on amazon affiliates, this idea is growing in my mind right now... Thanks a lot

  25. Mehndi says:

    Excellent article. Some very good niches. I have a Juicer site that does extremely well.