40+ Weird & Crazy Niches
If you haven't noticed, I'm doing a week of lists, to experiment with List.ly to see how much my traffic / exposure / interaction changes, if at all.
Today, I decided to resurrect my past Weird Niche Wednesdays posts from my archives – in list format.
Please vote up your favorites. I'm curious which you liked the best. And, each niche is clickable so that you can see the original post if you would like.
The graphic below may take a moment to load, but it's worth it. 😉[listly id=”1mQ” theme=”light” layout=”full” numbered=”yes” image=”yes” items=”all”]
If you find a weird niche that I've omittted, let me know so that I can blog about it. 🙂
Where Can You Learn about Finding a Real Hot Niche Market?
Recommended Resource #1
My friend, Susanne creates Niche Research Packs and can help you to determine if you’re entering a profitable niche or not. She’s done the research for you.
In each pack, you get…
- Detailed niche description
- Who your target market for this niche is
- List of affiliate products available
- 100 domain name ideas (plus list of modifiers for hundreds more)
- Detailed keyword report for over 1000 keywords
- 100 article and blog post ideas
- 15 different author resource boxes
- 2 different detailed marketing plans (beginner and advanced) with action steps to get you up and running right away.
- List of available PLR products for this niche
- Recommended tools and resources
Here’s the link: Niche Research Packs
Recommended Resource #2: Free Webinar by Kevin Riley
Click on the arrow in the image above to go to the page where you can listen.
(You’ll find this hour long webinar free to listen to on that page.)
I appreciate shares and I adore comments! Please share your thoughts.
Paul B. Taubman, IISeptember 19, 2012 at 11:51 am
Thanks Nicole! I now realize that I live a very sheltered life!
What is the difference between being in a niche and having “a” specialized niche product?
Thanks for enlightening me!
NicoleSeptember 22, 2012 at 8:14 am
Hey Paul. 🙂
I’m not sure if I know, exactly.
If I’m understanding your question, the main difference to me is in creating authority.
For instance, back in 2005, I had bunches of quality niche sites. While I still have many of them, I do not believe that is the way to go and you should choose a market (or basically a niche) and serve that market as an authority instead.
So, rather than creating a “Scrapbook your Baby’s First Year” product and then turn around and create a “Low Carb Recipes” ebook, you would choose one and then become the go to person in that niche.
Does that make sense? Is that the question you were asking or did I just tangent off on you? 🙂
RichardPSeptember 19, 2012 at 5:36 pm
I enjoyed the Peanut Butter Jelly niche page!
(I like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, for real)
NicoleSeptember 22, 2012 at 8:15 am
My kids do, too. I just don’t think I would like those premade ones. We like them with just a touch of peanut butter and a LOT of jelly. lol.
🙂 Thanks for coming by, Richard!
The MomSeptember 19, 2012 at 7:01 pm
So many niches… so little time.
NicoleSeptember 22, 2012 at 8:08 am
I know, right?! 🙂
Terence KieransSeptember 21, 2012 at 2:42 am
Being Australian it would have to be peanut butter and vegemite sangos.
NicoleSeptember 22, 2012 at 8:09 am
Love it, Terence!