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How to find your first affiliate niche in 5 easy steps.
By: Ryan Blake
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    2005-06-30

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  • How to find your first affiliate niche in 5 easy steps.
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    Step 5:
    Analyze the information you've compiled

    Store as much of that information as possible. Isolate the
    low-competition, good-demand in a separate spreadsheet, since these
    are your potential list of "passionate markets" where the people are
    willing to spend their money.
    Look up these good keywords in Google again. Get a feel for what other
    sites are doing. If any of them have forums, or if some of them are
    blogs, read the postings to see what people are asking or complaining about.
    Finally, brainstorm products or services (particularly upsells) that
    can solve those problems or satisfy those questions. You may even
    find these products discussed in forums or sold on competing sites. If
    so, you're in the perfect position to create an offer that's more
    compelling than your competition.


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