Internet Marketing – 3 Profitable and Extremely Popular Niches to Pursue

Let’s talk about 3 sample Topics that are very profitable and can generate near-endless quantities of traffic.TOPIC #1: Learn to Play GuitarThe most popular instrument in North America, without question.And pretty much everyone sucks at it, which is why the guitar lesson industry is monstrous.You can use this simple fact to generate a boat-load of cash by promoting stuff like ClickBank’s “Jamorama” (or any other good-converting course/membership), or even by selling tangible goods through a Commission Junction (CJ) vendor.Here’s why:The reason why the Learn Guitar market is so hot is because this is a topic that is both “mass-market” AND targeted niche. One of the few niches with traffic levels on par with stuff like “ringtones” and gaming. Which is beyond huge.That, and the fact that there are multiple skill levels, song styles, disciplines, techniques and otherwise MARKETABLE, in-demand course material spanning literally thousands of different categories and subtopics.Not only that – and this is where I’m going with this – but the real reason guitar is profitable AND easy to mine traffic from is simply because there are so, so many types of TARGETED, SPECIFIC SUBTOPICS.Every single brand of every Guitar & guitar accessory is a profitable topic that will draw hyper-targeted visitors.Basically every song that has EVER been popular and has a nice guitar track will draw tons of traffic. Just think keywords like “learn to play [insert song here] on guitar”And in the same way – every “guitar” band (like Clapton, Dave Matthews, etc) are going to be topics with a lot of traffic.And then, obviously, there’s all the lesson-specific keywords like chord progressions, solo techniques, hammer-ons, etc. that will generate endless variations and long-tail keywords that you can go after with your content.In summary – this is a market that spends money on training, and there’s literally hundreds of thousands of viable sub-topics to create your site around.Just promote something like Jamorama prominently on each page, and get your site well-indexed in Google, and you are laughing.TOPIC #2: AutomotiveI don’t have to explain why this is both mass market and targeted, since that should be fairly self-explanatory.Basically everyone will lease, buy or sell a car in their lifetime.And in most cases – they’ll do this several times.Which means that at any given time, literally MILLIONS of people are looking for the following:* Car Reviews to help them make a purchase decision* Insurance quotes (which have lucrative CPA payouts for you)* Auto Loan Applications (ditto – huge CPA commissions)* Auto Parts (think about the average order size… even at 8% commissions, it really adds up)And so on.Now don’t think that it’s too “competitive” or saturated. It’s not.Especially not when you create content on a MODEL by MODEL basis of a specific car brand.For example – let’s say you build a site that focuses on getting insurance and financing for BMW’s. This means that if you do a quick “profile” of each model they’ve produced since the 80’s with vital facts and insurance/financing recommendations……you’ll be building 500+ pages.That’s a mega-site that would draw lots of targeted traffic.And you could just wash, rinse & repeat from one car brand to the next. (Just make sure your domains are generic or unique and don’t infringe on any trademarks).Same goes for auto-parts and so on.This is a HUGE, ultra-targeted market, and the path has been well-paved, but there’s a lot of room for additional affiliates.Once again, using a service like LinkVana to simply index and build authority for a targeted site in the automotive industry, you could create a phenomenal CPA income stream without much fanfare. (Check out DMV.org for monetization ideas).Now, let’s talk about the final example…TOPIC #3: Dog TrainingWe all know someone who’s crazy about their dog. It dominates every conversation you have with them…But the reality is that there are millions of dog-crazed people out there who will go and buy a puppy, and then wonder what the heck they were thinking when it starts peeing and pooing all over their house.One more “accident” and Sparky goes bye-bye.So they go to Google, in search of some desperately-needed guidance…This market is massive, and it’s very passionate.On top of that – just like the other examples here – there is an ENDLESS amount of subtopics that will draw profitable traffic with ease:* Every individual dog breed* Specific products, training methods, etc.* Dog park locations* Dog kennel locationsAnd so on.It’s endless.This is very similar to the guitar niche in terms of traffic and the number of subtopics.So there you go.3 markets that have tons of easily accessible traffic and could keep you busy for several years…