Let’s face it… when it comes to affiliate marketing, your options are pretty much limitless. There is no need to hire employees, you don’t need to purchase any inventory, and you can also immediately partner up with some of the best brands and companies in the world today.
The only thing is… you need to find the right niche focus and different angles to not only find the right audience but also to provide them with a solution as well. With affiliate marketing, it’s all about creating a valuable resource (site), address the situation or need they have, then providing them with a call to action or solution (your affiliate offer).
It’s a method that has worked time and time again. And while it might seem easy, it’s actually not — especially if you are just going to create a site, content, and then hope to rank in Google. It’s definitely possible, but will also take time, work, and effort.
To help with this process, today we are going to look at three different niche markets that you might not have ever considered. I will be providing you with some general information on, examples you can move forward with, and also ideas on different angles which have been further niched down and recommended by Google.
If you’ve ever been to an internet marketing conference, you know how crazy it can get with all of the promotional material and marketing that is all over the place. Just imagine the costs of having a custom canopy, a full-size popup booth, printing out custom t-shirts, creating swag and much more.
And it’s not just about catering to businesses during these events and conference. Companies love spending money on things with their names on them, whether it be shirts, cups, frisbees, fidget spinners or anything you can possibly think of. Just pick a niche focus, and create the best article or resource on it, then send it out to the masses. Something as simple and generic as “business card holder” is searched more than 33,000 times per month in Google. Tap into that market by creating a list-style article on the “10 Best Card Holders for Your Business”, and then link off to your favorite affiliate program on that same page.
What’s even crazier, is when you start to think about how many business events and conferences take place on a daily basis — for whatever industry it might be. Need some examples? Check out this massive list of events just taking place in New York City.
In short, there is a huge potential to make money with catering to the world of custom business printables and having a resource site that you can earn commissions on through affiliate marketing. Many of the top printing sites already have affiliate programs in place, paying anywhere from 8%-35%+ per referred sale. Two examples are PrintingforLess at 18%, and OvernightPrints with a ranging commission of 2-20%.
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There has always been a massive demand for freelance services online — whether that be for writing, design, programming, coding, or anything in between. This is especially true with content creation, as there are now more websites than ever online, with a greater demand for daily content to compete. Thanks to freelance marketplaces like Upwork, TextBroker, iWriter, and many others, the business continues to flourish on a daily basis.
The good news is that this is still an untapped industry when it comes to making money. Yes, freelance writers want to get paid for their content, and brands want to hire freelancers for their time and effort — but there is also money to be made by catering to both sides as well. This is especially true when you look at it from an affiliate marketing perspective.
Just by referring new users and customers to these types of sites, there is plenty of money to be made. For example, sites like GradeMiners, an essay writing service, is paying $50 for each new customer referral to their site. And Contentmart, an international writing platform, pays out 10% on each new referred sale, and also gives a $10 bonus on the first sale.
With the massive rise in mobile device usage and advanced tracking software now being more accessible to everyone, it’s no surprise that this industry continues to generate more and more revenue every year. In the past, software that would track online browsing and keyword logs were being used to parents and businesses to track how the internet was being used when children or employees weren’t being watched. Now it’s being done across all platforms and devices.
As more parents and businesses find out about such services and opportunities for snooping and tracking, the demand for such solutions continued to grow. “Cell phone tracker” is now searched more than 74,000 times per month.
When it comes to jumping into this space and making money with affiliate marketing, look no further than mSpy, a device tracking platform, which offers a very nice affiliate program. Commissions start off at 40% and go up to as high as 60% with 299+ in sales per month. One of the best ways to monetize such a service, while also catering to an audience, is to simply create a resource site for parents/businesses, then have mSpy’s software as the call to action and solution.
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How to Win with Niche Marketing and Affiliate Marketing
No matter how many guides or courses you read or follow on affiliate marketing, the winning formula is always the same — provide value to an audience, with a direct call to action that you can monetize.
It’s that simple. All of the more difficult stuff is focused on how to actually create that content, get it in front of the right audiences and also figure out how to scale your growth over time.
Build your affiliate marketing business right from day one, by focusing on your niche audience and affiliate offer. This will take some time, but will play a huge role in the overall success of your earnings and business online.
My name is Zac Johnson and I have been an online entrepreneur for the past 18 years and blogger since 2007. This is my personal blog and I welcome you to the site. In full disclosure, it is safe to assume that I am benefiting financially or otherwise from everything you click on, read, or look at while on my website.
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