Niche Market vs Internet Marketing Niche

Niche Marketing vs. Internet Marketing Niche

Internet marketing nicheComparing niche marketing and an Internet marketing niche is equivalent to comparing apples with oranges. Apples and oranges are both fruit. Niche marketing and an Internet Marketing niche are both forms of Internet marketing but as different as apples are from oranges.

 

 

The term ‘niche marketing’ means selling a specific product to a specific type of buyer. There are far less competitive niches than an Internet marketing niche. Most niche markets are more open to the latest marketing strategies, as well. Small niche markets are not over stocked with gurus and wise men and are much easier for the beginning marketer to break into. A niche market allows you to promote your own niche product or that of a niche affiliate product. There is a niche market for anything and everything you can imagine. All it takes to break into a niche market is a good idea, a good product created by you or someone else that will appeal to certain people, some advertising and the desire to succeed.

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The Internet marketing niche, on the other hand, means that you will be promoting your own Internet marketing product. This is a very crowded field of endeavor and really difficult to break into. It’s a world filled with gurus and wise men who have been playing and winning the game for a long time. This doesn’t mean that it is impossible to cash in on the Internet marketing niche because, of course, you can. It is a world still built on demand and that means that if you have a product that can compete and if you have the willingness to play hard ball with the big boys then you can succeed at the Internet marketing niche game. Just be aware that there are easier niche market nuts to crack.

3 comments

  • Hey, regarding click-bank – do you have recommendations about improving conversions on a non-niche website? I own a image sharing website and as such it’s extremely to match offers to the visitor. regards

  • Agreed that smaller (but still nice sized) niches are good to be in – they’re often a lot lower competition and crying out for good information.

    It helps to know your subject or read enough about it to be able to hold a conversation about it without stalling too often. Othewise you run the risk of your readers knowing more than you do. In which case they’ll spot you as a wannabe and click the back button.

    The snag with the internet marketing niche is that it seems to spiral into a “I’ll scratch your back if you’ll scratch mine” clump of people and then your subscribers get lost in the inevitable deluge of emails, all promoting today’s “must have” product. Other niches are positively calm in comparison!

  • Great Post ! i have read your other posts which are really informative and insightful comments are more enjoyable. Thanks

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