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How to find your first affiliate niche in 5 easy steps.
By: Ryan Blake
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    How to find your first affiliate niche in 5 easy steps.

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    Don't you wish finding your first niche was easier? Well it is...Here's my tried and tested method used to find top notch quality niches.

    Step 1:
    Think from the HEART not the mind.

    Most people who buy anything buy don't buy it because they need it
    they buy it because DESIRE to have it.
    Don't look to fill needs but rather things that have an emotional
    connection with the target market.

    Step 2:
    Keywords Keywords KEYWORDS.

    Finding what people want is not a difficult process all you need
    to do is see people search for... They will only search for something
    want even if they're just bored.
    If had to invest in anything a good keyword research tool would be it,
    not only will it save you many hours of hard work but also help you
    get the best most accurate results as possible. The two research tools
    that I use are Wordtracker ( ) and Niche Database
    (, so go check them out. Then use these tools to
    find low competition/ High demand keywords and phrases.

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