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How To Play Candy Crush For A Living

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If you grew up obsessed with playing video games, you probably entertained fantasies of doing it professionally.Maybe you dreamt of becoming a professional video game tester? Maybe a developer, an e-sports superstar or even YouTube gamer? Most likely you never did any of those things and you’re currently sitting in a cubicle day-dreaming how you can […]

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Ranking & Banking In The Woodworking Niche

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This is another fun, visual niche that has both physical and informational affiliate products you can promote to a passionate audience. The idea is: Woodworking. You’ll be creating a woodworking site that reviews woodworking tools while also publishing informational content like ‘how-to’ and long, image list posts. The site can be a resource for hobbyists, professional craftsmen, and […]

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[Niche Report] Monetizing The Musical Instrument Niche

Music Instruments Niche

If you’re a musician, this next niche could be an excellent opportunity for you. The idea is: musical instruments. According to Statista, 18.08 million Americans play a musical instrument. ​Gallup also reports that more than one in two households (54%) have a member who plays a musical instrument. The most popular instruments, according to FirstTutors are as follows:Electric […]

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Publishing Listicles: The Secret To Viral Engagement

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This next idea isn’t so much a niche, more a style of site that I’ve long been a fan of. It is: list/ranking sites. These sites specialize in publishing long listicles. Some sites like Ranker.com publish lists on everything under the sun.  Others like Startups-List are more niche.  They list startups and categorize them by location and […]

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How To Profit Promoting Obscure Technologies

Oscilloscope Niche Research

If you’re an engineer or of a scientific bent, this is a great niche for you. It’s: Oscilloscopes. I’ve made over a thousand dollars promoting expensive oscilloscopes on my review site.  I like them because they are ultra-expensive (some cost thousands of dollars), there’s lots of obscure terms to get long-tail organic traffic for, and very few […]

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