Identifying Info Products within Evergreen Niches

Evergreen niches are those that never grow cold. They include products that offer solutions for problems that can never truly be solved or where there will always be new customers look for them.

Once you have identified an evergreen niche that you will be comfortable working in, the next step is to find specific infoproducts that have the highest amount of prospective customers. To simplify this task, you can use a number of free search tools provided by the Internet.

Good Product Search

The first free Internet tool is Google Product Search. Here you can learn which products within your chosen niche are hot right now. In other words, it tells you the niche infoproducts that have the greatest number of prospective customers.

Where to Find High Demand Infoproducts

The Amazon Bestsellers page is another great tool for finding niche products with high demand. Plus, while you are there you can enroll in the Amazon Associate’s program and promote many of the products offered on the site as affiliate products on your web pages.

When you enroll in the program, every time somebody clicks through from your page to Amazon and buys that product, you make a sales commission.

Other places to look for hot product s within your niche are the Alexa Internet “What’s Hot” page and eBay Pulse.

Niche Statistics for Infoproducts

Google Product Search and Amazon Bestsellers are a great way to find out which type of infoproducts people are looking for right now. But that only gives you half the information you need to make your decision about what infoproducts to promote.

The next step is to compile statistical data so that you can make an informed decision.

Using Google Keyword Tools

You can find statistics on individual infoproducts within a niche by using the free Google Keyword Tool.

Start by entering some generic product niche terms, such as “dating and relationship products”. You will then get an idea of the sort of terms and items people are searching for in that particular niche.

Sources for Niche Data

One of the best places to find statistical data on your niche to determine its popularity is Google Trends.

This page shows you whether or not a niche is seasonal or whether it is an evergreen niche that has more long-term earning potential.

For example, the free Google Trends tool will show you that “dating and relationships” is an evergreen niche, while searches for “bouquet of a dozen long stem roses” tends to peak around Valentine’s Day.

How to Find Products with Maximum Earning Value

Once you have found evergreen niches that have lots of potential customers, the next step is to find individual infoproducts within those niches that prospective customers are anxious to buy.

To do this, you have to websites where we can browse affiliate infoproducts. Some of the most popular include:

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1 Comment

  • Nathan Primack says:

    Hey, regarding affiliate marketing – do you have ideas about improving conversions on a non-niche site? I own a file sharing website and as such it’s extremely to match products to the visitor. Best wishes

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