Finding adsense niches is an art; an art that’s learn-able. Anyone, with a bit of eagerness to hunt for an adsense niche, can find one. All you need is to have a calm and focused mind and you’re good to go.
Here's What You'll Learn
- Tools Needed to Find an Adsense Niche
- Where & How to Look for Adsense Niches
- 23 Niche Finding FAQs Answered
- Niche Finding (Do’s & Don’ts)
Just to make it easy to understand, I’ve divided this article in 4 sections.
The 1st section reveals all the tools needed to search an adsense niche. I use all these tools whenever I’m out there searching a niche for my next website.
The 2nd section reveals the places where you’d be looking for adsense niche ideas.
The 3rd section is all about niche finding FAQs and the 4th reveals Do’s and Don’ts of adsense niche search.
So, let’s start learning the tools needed to search an awesome niche for an adsense niche website.
Tools Needed to Find an Adsense Niche
To find awesome adsense niches, you need to use appropriate tools. These tools help to make niche search easier and reduce future redundancy.
Here’s a list of tools that you’d be using each time you’re on a mission to find a profitable niche. I use them, every time!
A text editor
MS Excel/Word or any other text editor such as notepad, textpad etc. I prefer using MS Excel to note down niches that I’ve found out.
Here’s what I do.
I create 2 worksheets named “rejected niches” and “good niches” (refer below screenshots).
As soon I find a niche, I’d go to the “rejected niches” sheet and check if I’ve already rejected that niche in the past.
If I’ve, then I leave that niche and move on to look for another one.
But, if I haven’t, then I add that niche to “good niches” worksheet and continue to look for other niches.
This helps in the long run when you’re searching for more niches to make new websites.
I’d add a niche to “rejected” or “good” sheet after analyzing it. I’ve discussed adsense niche analysis in the article @ Adsense Niche Analysis. Don’t forget to read it!
What this process does is that it reduces redundancy and confusion. Once I’ve added a niche to rejected list I won’t be analyzing that niche in future if I happen to find it again.
A Focused Mind
Internet is an awesome place to get lost. There are plenty of distractions that can eat away your time without you even realizing it. Hence, while you’re doing niche research, you need to remain focused. Stay away from all sorts for distractions such as social network, chat with friends, television etc.
A comfortable place to work
Since finding a niche often requires time, it’s better to find a comfortable place. A place where you can sit relaxed for a few hours and do your work.
These’re the minimum things that you need to start searching for niches.
With all this in place, let’s begin to learn the niche hunting process in itself.
I’ve discussed all that in the next section of this article, so just read on!
Where & How to Look for Adsense Niches
I’ve seen people over-complicate the process of niche selection. They worry if there are enough good keywords in the niche, is the CPC good, is there too much of competition etc.
If you’re having such doubts then don’t fret. Throw the doubts right out of the window (for time being) and concentrate on looking for niche ideas. We’ll analyze all the niches later.
With that said, there are a few resources online where I usually look for a niche. Below, I’ve listed those resources. Do have a look at all of them and make a list of all the topics that interest you. Try to write down (in “good niches” excel sheet) around 15 to 20 niches (the more the better).
Here’s the list of resources.
1. Barnes & Noble
Barnes and Noble need no introduction. They’re huge. They sell books on almost all genres and that’s the best thing about them. To make things better, they’ve laid out every category on their website @ http://www.barnesandnoble.com/h/books/browse
Just have a look at the “nonfiction genre”; here’s a screenshot
Here’s what I’d to do select a niche.
I’d pick a sub-genre that interests me, say, “Self-Help and Relationships”. I’d then click the “See All” button and have a look at their best sellers (refer screenshot)
This’ll open up all the best sellers in that particular genre. Open up the books with good reviews.
From the screenshot below you can see that the first book has 27 reviews & has got 4.5/5 stars (that’s a good rating). The second book’s got 4/5 stars in 2244 reviews (that’s awesome). I’d open both the books and have a look at the “Table of Contents” first. Furthermore, I’d also read what the book has to say.
Chapter 1 of the first book (“You’re a badass”) is about “Subconscious Mind”. Hmm, that seems interesting, I’d note that down. Chapter 10 seems to talk about Meditation, I’d note that down too as a possible niche. Similarly, Chapter 14 is about Gratitude. Chapter 15 is about Forgiving. Chapter 18 is about Procrastination. All these seems to spark interest in me and I’d note all these down as possible niche ideas.
I’d repeat the same exercise for all the best sellers in a particular genre and then move on to another genre. Within no time, I’d have plenty of niche ideas to analyze.
While Barnes & Noble sells books, Udemy sells online courses across hundreds of categories. Just think for a moment, if they’re selling so many courses, it means there’s a market for that niche.
Here’s what I’d do.
I’ll go their courses page @ https://www.udemy.com/courses/ and hover the mouse at a category that interests me.
For example: Within the “Personal Development” category each sub-category is a potential niche in itself. See screen shot below.
I’d note down the niches that I like. For example, Career Development, Personal Finance, Stress Management, Self Esteem, Memory Improvement etc.
Furthermore, I’d even get into all sub-categories to see the courses available there.
Within “all courses” section of a category, you can sort and view course, see screenshot below.
I love to either sort by popularity or by rating (as that gives a clear idea of what’s hot within that niche).
Below image shows free courses in Personal Finance category. I’ve underlined all the terms that I think can be good adsense niches. Since these are free courses, you can read or view them for more niche ideas.
Here’s another screenshot of fitness and mental health category from Udemy. I’ve underlined some possible niche ideas.
I’d repeat this process for all the categories that interest me to get more niche ideas. Udemy has never disappointed me and I’ve found some amazing niche ideas with them.
Write each of the idea, that you like in the excel sheet that we discussed earlier.
3. About.com’s A to Z List Page
About.com is a hue “authority site” and this means they cover a wide range of niches. Furthermore, they’ve a site map page with a ton of niche ideas in it.
Here’s a screenshot of their page @ http://spiderbites.about.com/
Initially, it seems to be a simple page. But the sheer amount of information on that page is mind boggling. Check out the links that I’ve marked under a red rectangle in the image.
Here’s what I’d do.
I’d go to the first link and right down every word that I think can be a possible niche. Here’re some of the words that I liked (this took me just 2 minutes)
Acne, Aids, Addictions, Adolescence, Adoption, African Cuisine, Alcoholism, Allergies, Alternative Fitness, Alternative Medicine, Alternative Music, Alternative Religion, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Arthritis, Assistive Technology, Asthama, Astrology, Autism, Health and Nutrition for Babies, Banking, Loans, Bankruptcy, Barbeques, Grilling, Bicycling, Billiards, Bipolar Disorder, Birding, Black Hair, Blogging, Boating, Sailing, Bodybuilding, Bollywood, Book Publishing, Bowling, Boxing, Bread Baking, Breakfast, Brunch, Breast cancer, breastfeeding, British Food, Irish Food, Buddhism and the list can go on and on just from the 1st page itself.
That’s a F*#%ing lot of niches to explore. I’d write all those down in the excel sheet.
Clickbank is an affiliate network that sells digital stuff and pays up to 75% commissions. Here’s how to find adsense niches with Clickbank.
Head over to Clickbank.com and click “Create Account” link (refer screenshot, red rectangle)
Fill up the form and create an account. Once done, log in via “Login” link (in green rectangle).
Head over to “Marketplace” link (yellow rectangle in below screenshot)
On left hand side of marketplace, there’s a huge list of categories (refer below screenshot)
Click the arrow next to category name to view topics in it (see blue circle in below image).
If you click on category name, the products page within that category opens up.
In the screenshot below, I’ve marked some possible niches from “Sports” category.
I’d note all possible niche ideas and repeat this for other categories. I’ll open products within a category to see it’s “Gravity”. Gravity is a ClickBank metric that tells popularity of a product. Higher gravity means a popular product (means a hot niche).
I usually see products with 20+ gravity. The default sorting of products is by “Popularity”. I’d go ahead and sort them by Gravity (refer screenshot below).
I’ve underlined some niche ideas for the first product. I do this for all the products in a category and then move to another one. I’d open seller’s website by clicking the product name and look for more niche ideas. See blue arrow in above image .
Here’s a screenshot of a section of first product page (with some niche ideas underlined)
Once I’m done with one product, I’d move on to another one. I’d repeat this process over and over again. Within no time, I’ll have huge list of niches to analyze.
Amazon is one of the biggest online marketplace in the world. They sell everything that you could possibly imagine and that means that there are thousands and thousands of niche ideas that you can explore. Amazon has never disappointed me, I’ve always found exceptionally great niches with them.
I’ve observed that adsense websites performs best when they’re about information based niches. While Amazon is all product based, there a few ways I’d find information niches via Amazon.
Here’re the steps:
For example: I’d go to books category of Amazon.com and look for books that help people. Not the novels that people read in leisure time. Books that help them in real life, say, self-help type or how to cook XYZ etc.
Below is a screenshot of Amazon.com’s book category @ https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=; I’ve marked some good sub categories to look for niche ideas.
Here’s another screenshot from “Parenting & Relationships” category with some niche ideas underlined.
I’d get into one of the sub-categories to look at some books. For example: I’d go into the “Fertility” section looking for niche ideas. Below is an example screenshot (with possible niches underlined)
I’d click on the “Look Inside” link to see what the book says; I’d mark all possible niches (refer screenshot below)
That’s how I find adsense niches from Amazon. I’d do this for products too. For example: if I see a lawn mower, I’d start to think about lawn mowing, lawn decoration, lawn party or barbeque etc.
Reddit is another huge website out there that can send tonnes of traffic to any website. In fact, I’ve read about instances where sites would just crash if they happen to get on the first page of reddit. A good example of such an incident is mentioned @ https://xenforo.com/community/threads/traffic-from-reddit-crashed-my-server.83808/.
Redditmetricls.com tells the hottest sub reddits for today, past 7 days and last 30 days. Now, to make subreddit hot, there should be lot of people talking about it and that could mean a good niche.
Here’s what I’d do.
I’d go to home page of RedditMetrics.com @ http://redditmetrics.com/ and have a look at all the tabs there (see blue arrows). Here’s a screenshot (I’ve marked some possible niches there from the “Top-New Reddits” tab)
I’d even go into each of the subreddits and see if I can find more niche ideas there. I’d write down everything that I feel can be a good and profitable niche to explore.
Stumbleupon is a place where I’d usually find myself searching for a niche. It’s a huge authority website and has got a number of topics under their umbrella. So just head over to stumbleupon and create an account (it’s completely free). Here’s what I do to find adsense niche ideas on Stumbleupon.
Agfter logging in, I’d head over their interests page @ http://www.stumbleupon.com/discover/interests. It looks something like the below screen shot
There’s a right arrow to see more topics (interests).
I’d just click on the topic that interests me to see all the subtopics under it. It’s usually a huge list.
Here’s a screenshot of “Sport” topic (I’ve marked some good possible niches)
It’s easy to guess a topic’s popularity via the number of followers it has. See the numbers beneath each interest. Usually the more followers the more popular the topic is.
I’d open up all the interests that I like and note down all the possible niches in the excel sheet.
HashTags.org is where I’d go if I want to know what’s hot on twitter. That way I can make an educated guess if there are good amount of people talking on a niche.
Here’s what I’d do. I’d head over to hashtags.org’s home page @ www.hashtags.org and click the tabs. See red and blue arrows. This’ll open up trending and popular tags on twitter. I’d note down possible niche ideas that I can think off the top of my head using those tags. See below screenshot with underlined niche ideas
For example, take the word “hairstyle” from the list of tags above. Here’s what some of my niche ideas will look like. Hair fall, dandruff, hair lice, smooth hair, silky hair, long hair, short hair, shampoo, conditioning hair, hair care, hair care for kids, hair styles for kids, hair color, wig etc.
I’d brainstorm more and more ideas using the already trending hashtags on twitter. Within minutes I’ll have a huge list of possible awesome niches. I’d add all these niches to the excel sheet.
Wikipedia has got tones of topic under it and that means there’re plenty of niche ideas to explore.
Here’s what I do to find some kickass niches with Wikipedia.
If I’ve an idea in my mind then I’d google “idea+wiki”. That’ll take me to Wikipedia’s page for that idea. For example, if “extreme sports” interests me then I’d google “extreme sport wiki”. Below are a few screenshots of Wikipedia page for “Extreme Sports”. I’ve marked some possible niche ideas there.
Notice 2 black arrows in the image. They point to other possible niches that you can think of. For example, “rock and ice” + climbers can be “rock climbing” and “ice climbing” niches. Similarly, surfers can become “windsurfing” niche. You just need to keep an open mind and niches will present themselves to you.
Below is another image from the same Wikipedia page; each of the term mentioned in the image can be a killer niche. I’d note down all those possible niches in my excel sheet.
This is exactly what I’d do if I already have an idea in mind; but that won’t always happen. For all other times when there’s nothing in my mind, here’s what I’d do to get niche ideas from Wikipedia. I’d go to the Main Page of Wikipedia @ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page . On the Random Article link in the left side bar (see a red arrow in below image) I’d right click and choose open in a new tab.
What this’d do is to open up a random Wikipedia article every time. I’d open around 10 to 12 articles and look for niches ideas in them just the way I’ve described above. This is a great way of finding niches when you don’t know where to start from.
Much like Wikipedia, Wikihow is another strong competitor while ranking adsense niche websites. But on the same lines, Wikihow can also be a great resource to hunt for a niche. Here’s what I’d do.
I’d go to the home page of Wikihow @ http://www.wikihow.com/Main-Page and look at all the articles there. I’d note down all the possible niches (refer screenshot below; I’ve marked some possible niche ideas)
I’ve found some really interesting ideas on Wikihow. A great idea, for dog lovers, is “Weight loss for dogs” (I got this one from Wikihow itself). Think about it; people love their pets, they care for them, they adore them, they spend tons of money for them. Don’t you think people would be interested in maintaining health of their pets? Of course they’d be. Similarly, another niche idea can be “weight loss for cats” etc.
Here’s a screenshot of Wikihow page for How to put your dog on a diet @ http://www.wikihow.com/Put-Your-Dog-on-a-Diet (I’ve marked some good niche ideas here too!)
Since the article is all about dog weight loss, you don’t need to be constrained only about that niche. Have a look at some of the niche ideas that I’ve marked, such as, “increasing metabolism”, “high fiber diet”, “low fat diet”, “joint strains”, “gain weight” etc. They all are equally applicable to humans too! I’d note down all these niches in my excel sheet for further analysis.
Hobby is the simplest place to start an adsense niche site. That’s because if you’re interested in something, chances are you’d be knowing a lot about it.
Since, you’ll write most of the content, it’s good to start something of your interest. This help in producing quality content.
But, if you’re unsure about your hobbies then head over to a bookstore and choose 3 or 4 books that interest you. You’d come to know what you love.
You can also look at other people’s hobbies to get the ball rolling.
Problems are one of best adsense niches that you can make a website around. There are endless problems in this world and there’s solution for each one too!
Examples of some problems are: Acne, Overweight, bankruptcy, anxiety, migraine, joint or back pain, hair fall, bad loan etc.
Now, it’s not necessary for you to get into a problem just to make a website around it.
Talk about the problems your parents, grandparents, friends & their parents faced and how they overcame those.
Man is a social animal by nature and that’s why we all have friends, family, colleagues etc. Now, finding niche ideas with them is a lot of fun.
Pay attention to their hobbies, what they do, even to what they say (there may be a profitable niche idea).
Do they suffer from any problems may be social (like divorce), medical (like cough and cold) or financial (like unable to save money)?
Anything of these can be a good niche to target.
Television is a great source of finding niches. I’ve got some really amazing niche ideas while I was wasting my time watching TV. It’s filled with advertisements (of products and services). Think about it for a minute, if someone is spending millions of dollars on TV ads, there’s a good chance that they’ve done market research and know what they’re doing.
Here’s what I’d do. Suppose there’s an advertisement about a beer. Now, in that advertisement, people are enjoying a pool side party with beers and everybody seems happy. I’d start to note a few things (niches ideas) in the ad.
Here’s list of possible niches that I’d note:
- Swimming pool (how to take care of it)
- Pool games
- Learn swimming
- How to throw awesome pool parties
- Organize parties (for birthdays, anniversaries & other occasions)
- How to best dress for a party
- Pool party etiquettes
- Party etiquettes
- How to manage money while partying
- Budget parties
- Being happy
- Fighting depression
- How not to be alone
- Finding love
And the list can go on and on; all this just from a 20 second TV advertisement. Imagine the niches that you’d explore if you sit around for 15 minutes in front of that idiot box.
15. News papers & Magazines
Newspapers and magazines are more like television. They too are littered with advertisements. Have a look at each advertisement in detail. Try to note down possible niches just as I’ve explained in 14th point. Also, read some articles and note down the words that you think can be possible niches.
I’d head over into the categorically divided Wikipedia page @ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_magazines . The page is about magazines in United States. Do have a look at it and you’ll be blown away by the number of niches you can find here.
Here’s a screenshot of “Hobby and Interest” category (I’ve marked some possible niches)
I’d even go into a specific Wikipedia page of a magazine and see if I can find more niches. Here’s a screenshot of Wikipedia page @ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backpacker_(magazine) for Backpacker magazine. I’ve underlined some niches that I liked
Furthermore, I’d open websites of magazines and newspapers. I’d note down categories, possible niche ideas and read a few articles too!
Here’s another good webpage @ http://www.w3newspapers.com/usa/magazines/from w3newspapers.com for magazines in United States
I’d do the same exercise with all the newspapers too!
Alright, so with that we’ve come to the end of the 2nd section of the article. The next section of the article is all about FAQs (with answers) that people often have.
Do read them and I hope that you’ll like that section too!
23 Niche Finding FAQs Answered
Welcome to the third section of the adsense niche finding article! Without wasting any time, let’s dive right into the FAQs here. This isn’t a comprehensive list, these are just a few of the questions that I’ve been asked for a lot of times. If you’ve other queries then do let me know via the comments section below.
So, here’re the 23 FAQs about niche finding.
Is it mandatory to find niches via the resources that you’ve mentioned or can I find them on my own?
Ans: No, you’re free to search niches your own way. The resources I’ve mentioned above are the ones that I usually find helpful in my niche research. In fact, if you find or have some more resources to do niche research please leave a comment below so that all the readers can benefit from it.
Do I need to look for niches or can I ask someone else to do it for me?
Ans: I’d suggest to do it on your own because that way you’ll always be sure that you’re picking niches that interest you.
I already have a niche in my mind what should I do next?
Ans: That’s really good. You can read the next article @ Analyzing Niches for Profitability & Competition to check whether the niche is a good one or not.
How much time is it going to take to find a niche?
Ans: Well, since niche finding isn’t a perfect science, hence there’s no definite answer to that. You may stumble upon an awesome niche within minutes or it may even take a week or two. I usually devote at least week to look for a niche for any of my new project.
I’ve gone through all the resources that you’ve mentioned above, but I haven’t found anything that interests me. What should I do?
Ans: Well, that can happen. It happens with me too and when that happens, I’d just shut down my computer and leave the work for 2-3 days. Once I return to work, I’d usually find a niche within hours.
I am working a 9 to 5 job, I don’t have the time to do niche research. What should I do?
Ans: Try to find sometime over the weekends. Also, with resources like people, magazines, hobbies, newspapers etc. you don’t need to be on your computer to look for niches. Whenever you feel that something can be a good niche, take out your cell phone and note it down; this is the primary reason why I’ve always been using Samsung Galaxy Note Series 😉
My family doesn’t approves of online income, they say it’s all a scam. What should I be doing?
Ans: Hmm, that may happen. It happened with me too. I struggled hard to convince them but all in vain. But then I decided to continue working and never bothered to convince them further. As time passed they realized that it’s all legit. Take your time and try to convince them. But never let anyone stop you from realizing your dreams.
I am scared that I may fail to make money online. What should I do?
Ans: Failing is important when you want to learn. Nobody is born expert. Everybody fails. What’s important is to expect and accept failures, learn from them and move on.
Is finding niches tough?
Ans: No. It may just appear to be tough initially, but the more you practice, the easier it becomes. In fact, after sometime finding niches will become your second nature and you’ll be able to pick niches effortlessly.
I have an obscure niche in my mind which I don’t think anyone else may be interested in. What should be my next step?
Ans: There are more than 7 Billion people on this planet. I’m sure that there are quite a number of people who share the same interest as yours. Anyways, the next step is to understand if there’s enough audience for your niche and what’s the competition like; for that you need to head over to the article @ Competition analysis and Profitability Research for adsense niche.
Have you always found niches just the way you’ve mentioned in the article above?
Ans: Yes, I’m holding nothing back when it comes to CouchIncomePursuit.com. This is exactly how I’ve been doing my niche research.
Can I use the methods or resources mentioned in the article to find non-adsense niches too?
Ans: Of course. For example, using Amazon as a resource, you can see what are the hottest selling products and create affiliate websites around those products (after analyzing competition and profitability)
You’ve said that adsense works best with information based niches, I don’t think that’s completely true.
Ans: That’s just my experience.
What if the niche that I choose is a seasonal niche, for example Christmas or Valentine’s Day?
Ans: Well if that’s the case, you’d usually make a ton of money (if you happen to rank well) only when the occasion arrives and for the rest of the year you may earn a few bucks here and there. So, always look for niches that are evergreen.
Somebody told me that all good niches are already too competitive. Is this true?
Ans: I’ve heard that type of bull s*#t a ton of times myself. Those’re the people who seem to have given up while searching for a niche. You’re not one of them, so don’t listen.
I’ve some more resources where I do niche research. How do I tell you those?
Ans: That’s lovely to hear. You can post those resources in the comments section below. We all would love to know the resources. Also, feel free to share your modus operandi for niche selection too!
I already have a niche website and now I want to add another niche to it. Can or should I do that?
Ans: It all depends upon how much related those niches are and what’s the domain name of your existing website. For example, if you’ve a website about bicycling (with domain name such as BicyclingLessons.com) and you want to add a new niche that’s all about kayaking then I think you should not do that. However, if the existing domain is something like OutdoorSportsElite.com (something that’s broad) then you can add a new niche “Kayaking”.
Niche research is frustrating me. What should I do?
Ans: Take a break (may be for 2-3 days). Relax yourself and then start all over again.
How much time it takes you to find a niche?
Ans: For me it’s usually 1 week. Sometimes more, sometimes less.
Do you have some good niche ideas in mind? Could you please share some of those?
Ans: Yes, sure. Here’re some:
Strength Training, Yoga, Quit Smoking, Acne, Tinnitus
Dancing, Photography, Painting, Cooking, Arts and Crafts
Cell Phone Reviews, latest gadgets
Can anyone do niche research or does it needs any specific skill set?
Ans: Anyone can do it.
Is it important to analyze the niche market before making a website about it?
Ans: It’s extremely important. You don’t want to make a website with too few audience. Furthermore, analyzing the markets give you a good idea about the possible profitability of the niche.
I already have a niche in mind but I think there’s ton of competition already. What should I do? Shall I still go ahead and make a website around that niche or should I look for something else?
Ans: First of all you need to be really sure that there’s a lot of “unbeatable competition” (for example: google “poker” and you’ll see what I mean); if there is, then move on to another niche, if not, then stick to the niche and make a website around it.
Alright, this brings us to the end of the 3rd section of the article. The next and the last section is all about Do’ and Don’ts of niche finding. Do read it.
Niche Finding (Do’s & Don’ts)
As with everything else, there are do’s and don’ts that you need to – and should – follow while doing niche research for adsense website.
I’ve listed all the Do’s and Don’ts that I can think off the top of my head. Do let me know via comments if I’ve forgotten some.
Here’re the do’s:
10 Niche Finding Do’s
- Always start with a fresh mind. Be relaxed and comfortable.
- Initially it may take time to find a niche, so be composed.
- Write everything down, if needed with date & time, that you think is a niche; you can’t remember every word.
- Try to look for niches that are more information based (that’s my experience)
- Analyze the niche before you start making a website.
- Complete all chores so that you’ve undisturbed time to perform niche research.
- While searching niches stay away from distractions like social media, television (if not for niche research) etc.
- Always keep your eyes, ears and mind open. You may get a life changing niche idea anytime.
- Always note down the resource where you think you can find good niches.
- Invest, time and money, to educate yourself and enhance your skills.
6 Niche Finding Don’ts
- Avoid niches that are seasonal; you want to make money all year round and not just 1-2 days in a year.
- Never let anyone tell you that all good niches are taken.
- Don’t multitask while you’re searching niches e.g. eating and niche searching.
- Avoid searching and analyzing the same niches again and again (that’s why I maintain an excel sheet)
- Don’t get too hung up to find “the golden niche”.
- Avoid/Ignore negative people (this isn’t just for niches; this one’s for life).
Well, that’s all there is to when it comes to finding adsense niches.
The next step for you is to analyze the niches (that you’ve noted down) for profitability and competition; that’s exactly what the next article @ How to analyze adsense niches for profitability and competition is all about. Don’t forget to read it!
Do let me know your thought about this article via the comments section below.