The Ultimate Guide to Finding A Profitable Niche

Filed in Niche Research, Ultimate Guides & Resources by on December 9, 2013

I created The Ultimate Guide To Finding A Profitable Niche after being inspired by other epic
resources in the internet marketing sphere by the likes of Neil Patel, Pat Flynn, Matthew Woodward and Glen at Viper Chill.

There wasn't one on the subject of finding a profitable niche so I decided to create one.

This is mostly for those who are new to internet marketing but also those who just need some fresh ideas will get use from it.

If you're on a tight budget, take a look at what James suggests on starting a website under 32$.

My name is Stuart Walker the creator of and The Ultimate Guide To Find A Profitable Niche and I created this for YOU.

Each chapter is designed like a mini guide that can be read as a standalone page but you'll get the best results if you read it from start to finish.

You can start reading from the beginning by clicking HERE.


Table Of Contents


1. So What Is A Niche Market Anyway?

Before you start anything, you should know who you're targeting and if there's a market.

The more specific you are the better. Most people fail here as they are way too broad.

This section will get you on the right path to success.


2. What Makes A Good Niche Market?

Taking it further, you'll learn what is a good niche market and what types of niches there are.


3. Do I Follow Passion or Money?

This question is always asked and for good reason too.

You've learned that passion usually leads to money but it sometimes isn't true, so here you'll learn which one you should be after.


4. Do I Have To Be An Expert To Enter A Niche?

Being an expert helps but it isn't necessary for success as you've got to be a marketer to reach out to your reader, not so much of an niche expert.

You'll learn what it takes to be the authority of a niche...


5. How To Find A Niche Market

Niches are literally everywhere and with the internet at your fingertips, it's a mystery why some struggle with this.

Here's a bunch of ways and source to find profitable niche markets.


6. Working Out If Your Niche Is Profitable

Not every niche is worth pursuing.

Learn what you need to know to figure out the profitability of a niche.


7. Evaluating & Testing Your Niche

You can only get so far without testing your niche so take this section and apply it to test out your niche.

You'll also know how to tackle your niche while standing out from other blogs and websites.


8. Niche Questionnaire Checklist

Take this checklist and complete it.

Once you do, you'll realize whether your niche is well in demand and has tons of potential.


9. Turning Your Idea Into A Business

By now, you've got a few niches that you may want to pursue.

Learn what you need to do to turn them into ideas and plans.


Finding A Profitable Niche

Finding a profitable niche market that is viable, profitable, and that YOU personally can compete in is a crucial part of online niche marketing and if you don't get it spot on you don't have an online business as everything else relies on this stage.

If you follow the guide you WILL find a profitable niche most likely that you enjoy working on that you can turn into a blog, product, eCommerce site or whatever it is you choose.

(See how to run a niche site without neglecting your family)

I hope you take value from this guide and all the best in your online ventures!


(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]


Did you get some useful advice from this guide?

Then please share it on your favorite social media site.

Also if you ever see anyone ask on forums what the best way to find a profitable niche market is please link them to this page. Much appreciated.

Also I'd love to hear your thoughts on it, tell me what you liked, didn't like, think was missing and could be improved. This is a work in progress and will be updated.

Tell me in the comments section below and I will reply...

If you'd like to see how keyword research is done, watch over Chelsea's shoulders and see how she found 375 survivalist keywords...



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.
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  1. Chris Evans says:

    A great collection of information here for niche sites. Unfortunately I have seen both ups and downs in niche website marketing and it is getting harder and harder to succeed with it. I usually fall flat through the keyword research part - constantly picking the wrong ones.
    Impressive individual chapters on niche marketing - well worth the read!

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Chris, thanks for commenting.

      'Niche' marketing doesn't have to be about creating mini sites around keywords and ranking in search engines. You could do next to no keyword research and still make a successful site if you can drive traffic from non search engine sources.

  2. Mark Kroyer says:

    You are obviously a man who has done his homework. There is quite a bit of useful information here. Most of which should be read more than once. I personally will start using many of the resources offered in chapters 6 and 7, when zeroing in on my niche. This is a great overview for folks thinking about getting into niche marketing. Great job Stuart.

    • NicheHacks says:

      Hey Mark, thanks for the comment. Replied to your email just now. Keep it bookmarked and use it every time you are considering a niche.

      Picking something you know well is always good but it doesn't mean just because you are passionate about it that it's a perfect niche. Some niches just don't have enough products or places to get traffic from or whatever.

  3. Mark Kroyer says:

    I definitely have your website bookmarked. This will be a good asset when searching out a new niche. I don't need to bookmark this particular 9 chapter series, since I liked you on Facebook, and received the free download in the form of the ebook. I will be responding to your email shortly as well. Thanks for your thoughts.

  4. Osman Safdar says:

    Nice work Stuart! Great niche resources! I like your no-fluff straight to the point style. IM industry needs more people like you 🙂 I came across your site while looking for niche related topics on Warrior Forum. Bookmarked and looking forward to read more of your posts 🙂

  5. Mabz Rahman says:

    Good stuff, some great information. What is your opinion on going for a niche that has a lot of competition as opposed to one with low competition?

    • NicheHacks says:

      Glad you like it.

      You WANT your niche to have competiton, it means there's money to be made, a healthy market filled with customers, lots of products on sale, an easy to find target audience, you can study your competition and see what they do well and not so well, you can network with them, get traffic more easy.

      Competition is a GREAT thing.

  6. Delilah says:

    Hi, this is such a great site. Stumbled by accident. So much of useful info. Thanks so much, man. I was trying to understand more about niches and you have so many posts that are so beneficial to me. I almost feel ashamed that I have nothing to offer you in return. Almost. LOL. Seriously, thank you so much.

  7. enwanak says:

    Hello Stuart,

    Awesome guide about niche marketing, I suggest to convert these articles into ebook and distribute it on your website for all newbie marketers...

    You always inspire me!!!

    Many thanks

  8. Daniel says:

    Hey Stuart,

    Thank you for delivering this ultimate guide to niche research, it's fantastic. Noone can miss step finding out if their niche out to be pursued.

    Is there a different process for niche research between an affiliate marketer or infoproduct creator?

    The technorati website does not seem to be a blog aggregator any longer, perhaps I am using it the wrong way though.

    Have you ever done research on the self help niche? There seems to be one subniche in that which is underdeveloped yet has some juice, procrastination. I performed the research Alex Jeffreys taught me and it's viable however I do find a lack of forums/blogs dedicated to it.. though within the general self help and even MMO/IM forums and blogs there is activity relating to it. I am still developing my perfect customer in this sense. What is your take on it?

    All the best,

    • NicheHacks says:

      I think Technorati has changed since this post was published, there are similar sites like you can check.

      The process for research is much the same just put more focus on looking at the info-product market places like Clickbank, JVZOO and Kindle etc.

      There may be some reports in the "niche" tab up top of the site that relate to self help.