How to Research A Niche for Online Profits

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Learn how to research your niche to increase your online profits.

The Internet abounds with websites that started out with a great idea and then just fizzled and faded. Why? In many cases, it is because the business owner did not know how to research a niche to be sure they had a large enough paying market so that they could make online profits both short- and long-term.

One of the reasons why the Internet has become a gold mine is because it is so niche-focused. Unlike a TV, newspaper or magazine add, niche marketing is extremely targeted. You are not spending millions showing people ads about car insurance. You are connecting with people who have already indicated that they are. This means a lot less money and effort spent getting out your message, and a much higher probability rate of turning browsers into buyers.

Good niche research takes time and effort, but it can show you a wealth of profitable opportunities if you know how to use the data correctly. If you have been struggling to make sales online, it’s time to take a step back and do niche research to verify your assumptions about your target audience and/or to draw up a new marketing plan to tap into the right target audience.

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Joan Mullally has been doing business online for nearly twenty years and is a pioneer in the fields of online publishing, marketing, and ecommerce. She is the author of more than forty guides designed to help readers make the most of the opportunities the Internet offers for running a successful business. A student and later teacher trainee of Frank McCourt’s, she has always appreciated the power of the word, and has used her knowledge for successful SEO and PPC campaigns, and powerful marketing copy. One computer science class at NYU was enough to spark her fascination with all things digital. In her spare time, she works with adult literacy, animal fostering and rescue, and teaching computer skills to women.