I’ve had a question from Martin: “Is the Internet marketing niche saturated?”
Excellent question, Martin. In some ways it is. But, if you’re willing to be creative and work it from another angle, you could be onto a winner.
The Internet Doesn’t Stay Still
The Internet is constantly changing. There are always new things being created which will give you the chance to create your own unique product. This, in turn, will help you break into the Internet marketing world with something that’s a good seller (uniqueness sells), despite the amount of competition already working in that niche.
IM isn’t the Only Niche
How about going into another niche rather than Internet marketing? Remember that while there’s traffic and interest, another niche can be profitable.
It often happens that an IM newbie has specialized information from at least one area outside of IM. Once they’ve launched a very successful information product about one of those areas, they create a “step-by-step” eBook to show other IM’ers how to copy their method.
While people are interested in a niche, there’ll always be different ways to develop an old idea. Magazines are always doing it. When a writer submits a story to a magazine, they have to take an old idea and convince the editor that they can write it from a fresh angle.
A lot of Internet marketers tell people that the niche is saturated. Why? Because they don’t want any more competition.
To check out if a niche is saturated, or to see if there are other products for the Internet marketing idea you’ve got, have a look at third party marketplaces like ClickBank.com and JVZoo.com.
If, say, your idea is on product creation, and you find 20 eBooks on product creation, think about whether you could create it from a different angle, or work out a quicker way to do it. It won’t hurt to try, and you might even find yourself pushing past your competition because your customers want something different – someone who’ll give them step-by-step information.
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