Finding your Niche Digital Entrepreneurship - webextremist.com

In general, finding something that people are looking for online, and offline, is where you want your website to be. Also, setting up a website for your specific desire is a must also.

Any skills learned will build up the tools you have to work with. To get started you will need to sign up to a Google account with Google AdWords.

By knowing that there are a lot of searches for a key word, you can know if there are enough people for a good return on your investment. Go where there is competition because you will want a tiny silver of a huge pie

There is plenty of traffic out there for all the sites. Even if your eBook and website is about Humming Bird Watching, it has a potential of making good money a month if advertised well.

In general there few popular areas to be in, very broad encompassing areas: Health, Wealth, Lifestyle, Internet, Education, agriculture and relationships. Lifestyle can be anything in leisure, entrainment, having fun, wants and not needs.

Most people spend money on wants anyway, and only needs…when they have to. If also you can find a hungry market looking to buy either out of need, anxiety, or a little bit of desperate wanting, then you have yourself a winner too. But even a website on bird watching can generate a following each month

This is called a niche. Focus in to an audience and..you’re in! Google Keyword Planner Tool is good to get familiar with an you will need it later on to find closely related key words to help bring traffic to your website, eBook, etc

Thomas Smale, A contributor to entrepreneur.com summarizes it as
  1. Identify your interests and passions
  2. Identify problems you can solve
  3. Research your competition
  4. Determine the profitability of your niche
  5. Test your idea