Least Competitive Blog Niches: Find Hungry Buyers in Minutes

Find Least Competitive Blog Niches Tutorial

 

Right then, I’m going to get straight to the point…

Do you know what some of the best niches you can go into?

I’ll tell you right now: it’s desperate niches.

Here’s why…

First up, most of these desperate niches have little to no competition

Most marketers want to go into the big evergreen markets: health, wealth and relationship niches.

Now don’t get me wrong…

These niches are extremely profitable but they’re hard to get a foothold due to how hyper-competitive they are.

This is not the case with desperate niches, however…

The lower the competition, the quicker and easier it is to make money from the niche.

Yes, they’re smaller markets but you can start getting traffic and making sales in a matter of days.

These niches are great for SEO as their keywords get little to no competition too.

So if you’re looking for blog niches with the least competition, desperate niches are your best bet.

Secondly, desperate niches are full to the brim with buyers

These are no normal buyers either – these folks are extremely motivated.

I mean, think about it…

People in desperate situations are experiencing high emotional pain.

For example, imagine suffering from (please play along, ladies) erectile dysfunction?

It would:

    • Destroy your dating and sex life
    • Destroy your confidence – especially with women
    • Completely emasculate you as a man

This is not a problem you can easily share with your nearest and dearest either so you’re on your own with this one too.

The end result is living with a burden that haunts you every waking second of your life.

Can you imagine the motivation you’d have to end this problem?

The more desperate someone is, the more motivated they are to take action and the more money you can make as a result.

Yeah well, these are the type of people you’re dealing with in desperate niches.

These people are willing to spend more and quicker than any type of customer too.

This is why desperate niches are so profitable – even with low amounts of traffic.

So to recap, desperate niches are:

    • The least competitive blog niches out there
    • Full to the brim with buyers desperate to buy what you’re selling
    • Profitable even with low traffic due to high conversion rates

As you can see, the desperate niches are extremely profitable.

So you’re probably wondering…

How to find the least competitive desperate blog niches full to the brim with buyers, right?

The good news is that’s exactly what today’s training is about.

I’ll be showing you how to find these desperate blog niches with the least competition.

Then I’ll share how to profit from them at the end of this training.

…All this using 100% free methods.

Guide on how to find the least competitive desperate blog niches you can quickly make money from.

Sounds good? I hope so because this is exactly what you’re getting today.

Anyway, with that said, lets begin…

Here’s how to find these profitable, low competition blog niches you can quickly make money with.

What You’ll Be Learning Today:

(Click any of the links below to jump to that part of the training)

Step 1. How to find desperate blog niches with the least competition

The first thing we need to do is to actually find these blog niches.

This is simple to do, in fact, I think you’ll be shocked just how easy it really is.

This is because people have already done all the hard work for you.

Confused? Then let me explain…

To find these desperate blog niches with the least competition, first head to Google.

Then do a search for the following phrases:

    • List of embarrassing medical/health issues
    • List of most stressful situations
    • List of most embarrassing problems

You don’t have use these exact phrases – use different variations of these keyword phrases if you want.

Anyway, as you can imagine, this will bring up thousands of list based articles where people have literally done all the hard work for you.

Just looking up one of the keyword phrases I’ve given, you can already see Google recommending some awesome blog niches from the get-go.

Another thing you can do is use other search engines like Yahoo, Bing etc as they’ll yield different articles to Google.

What I want you to now is to go through the articles and create a list of blog niches you’re interested in.

I’d say a list of 10 – 20 will suffice.

Once you’ve created a list of blog niches, it’s time for the next step…

Step 2. How to gauge the profitability of a niche

What we need to do now is to see if any of these blog niches are actually profitable.

Once again, this is super easy to do…

All we do is head to an affiliate network and see if any products are being sold on these subjects.

We also want to see how popular these products in these niches are as well.

This is because the more popular these products are, the more profitable the niche is.

The more in-demand the products are in a niche the more profitable the niche is.

Simple stuff but incredibly effective nonetheless.

So what’s the best affiliate network to gauge the profitability of a niche?

Well for starters, you can use any affiliate networks you want.

That said, for these kind of niches, I’ve always found Clickbank to be the best one.

You can head on over to the Clickbank marketplace here:

Clickbank Marketplace

Now enter your niche into the search bar and see what comes up.

Like I said, there’s two things we’re looking for.

These being:

    • The amount of products being sold (the higher the better)
    • How popular these products are (the more popular the better)

The way you gauge how popular a product is simple…

When viewing the product in the Clickbank marketplace search result, simply look at the gravity score:

The higher the Clickbank gravity score the more people are making money promoting it.

The higher the gravity score, the more people making money selling the product and the more profitable the niche is.

Like I said, simple stuff but a great way to gauge how profitable a niche is nonetheless.

What I want you to do now is to go through your list of blog niches and find niches that meet these two criteria.

Once you’ve found one or more profitable blog niches, it’s time for the next step…

Step 3. How to find keywords with the least competition for your blog niche

Okay, you’ve found one or more profitable blog niches with the least competition.

What we need to do now is find keywords you can easily rank for your blog niche.

Thankfully, I’ve already created some free training on this…

This free training will show you how to find profitable keywords for your blog niche with little to no competition.

All this using 100% free methods, of course.

Here’s the video training:

>> Read the text/image version of this keyword research guide <<

 

Once you’ve done that…

That’s how to find the least competitive blog niches in the desperate markets using free methods

As you can see, it’s really simple stuff anyone can do and get result from.

So give this a whirl if you’re on the lookout for entering a new market you can quickly make money from.

Now if you’ve enjoyed this training, I recommend checking out my free blogging course…

This free course will walk you from start to finish on how to make money with blogging.

Everything from finding a SEO friendly domain, setting up and optimising your site, right up to getting traffic and making sales every day.

You can get this free blogging course here:

>> Get free access to my blogging course & start making money today <<

 

You don’t have to optin for it or anything like that – it’s hosted right here on this blog.

I thought I’d share this free blogging course as it works great in conjunction with today’s training, you see.

Anyway, that’s about it for today’s post…

Thanks for stopping by and I’ll see you in my next post soon.

Cheerio,

James Scholes

 

If you enjoyed this guide on how to find the least competitive desperate blog niches then checkout my free $688 a day training course.

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