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52 Niche list Ideas For Working At Home

Would you like to know the biggest secret recipe to making your online business a successful one? Come closer……….there is NONE!

But there does seem to be a  set of ingredients that are key if you choose to be in the business of online marketing. Those include the following:

  1. Having a product that a group of people really want or need, is in demand and can be intensely beneficial to fill a void in the marketplace.
  2. A product that can not only sell well but also offers you the potential for residual income down the road. This allows you to to spend less time in your business and more time doing what you love.
  3. Finding a mentor or following someone who is doing what you’d like to do and learning from their success and mistakes. You’ll save time and money when you follow a general set of instructions (with your own uniqueness) and/or have accountability in some way.
  4. The ability to be resilient, flexible and be open to learning new skills. If you understand that there is no such thing as a quick rich scheme, and you are in it to build a real sustaining business, you’ve conquered half the battle.

Reasons for wanting to start a business are endless. Despite this desire, many people labor over the first stage once the novelty of the thought sets in. Brainstorming for ideas can be overwhelming and may stump you. But you are not alone. If you have an idea in mind, go for it! Then test and implement. If not, a little research and brainstorming goes a long way.

There are many factors that may scare you from launching a home business you love. So if you are one who gets cold feet, prepare yourself by researching your options.

Don’t know what niche to conquer?

Here’ s a list to get your creative juices flowing:

52 Niche list Ideas For Working At Home

  1. Weight loss or healthy eating
  2. Productivity specialist
  3. Childhood obesity
  4. Business coaching
  5. Content strategy
  6. Mind and brain training
  7. Pregnancy health and fitness
  8. Toy design for special needs children
  9. Independent book publishing consulting
  10. Special topic research
  11. Social media virtual assistant
  12. Social media services for local businesses
  13. Website security
  14. Disaster and preparedness
  15. Event planning, consulting and/or coordination
  16. Vintage sales
  17. Vintage styling
  18. DIY (do-it-yourself) instruction on various subjects
  19. Public speaking or public speaking training
  20. “New Parents” coaching
  21. Home safety
  22. Gift swapping or reselling
  23. Pet behaviorist
  24. Wellness for corporations
  25. Product reviewer
  26. Family interventionist
  27. College coaching for adults
  28. Online marketing consulting
  29. Spiritual integration coaching
  30. Personal finance for woman or retirees
  31. Test preparation
  32. Maternity styling
  33. Foreclosure management
  34. Dating or divorce coaching
  35. Body language expert
  36. Zen lifestyle for busy executives
  37. Classic car trading, promoter or appraising
  38. Eco-friendly or organic Parenting
  39. Bizarre collectables
  40. Contest organizing
  41. Emotional Intelligence training
  42. International or bizarre foods cooking
  43. Gaming tips
  44. Home organization
  45. Copywriting
  46. Home organization for working parents
  47. Estate planning
  48. Health related (Diabetes, Sleep, Gluten) specialist
  49. Home office organization
  50. Singles events planning or coaching
  51. Voice over services
  52. Proofreading and editing for authors

It might benefit you to jump around with an open mind when you start to look into topics. Look into them, especially the ones you may not be familiar with so that it stimulates your brain further.

As you find ideas you like, list them on a spreadsheet and start to dig in further by finding other businesses online with similar themes. You”ll need to get used to doing research as an entrepreneur.

If you need some inspiration, place the list in an area where you can see it regularly to help you stay motivated in the process. You may start becoming more insightful when interacting with things around you which then tends to spark more ideas. The greatest thing about being in business is the opportunity for innovation which can be addicting and is at the heart of many serial entrepreneurs.

Finding Hot Online Niche Business Ideas

Once you’ve settled on a small list of potential small business ideas, go online and assess the following things:

  • What current articles and blog posts can you find about your topic and what are the main themes. These will give you an indication on what’s hot in that market.
  • Are there any forums related to your business idea? If not, there may not be enough people to drive sufficient sales or it may be an up and coming trend. If there are, search for what people are asking in those forums. If you are providing a solution to a hot question, you may have a hit.
  • How many businesses online can you find in similar niches? What are there main income models? Are they selling a physical product? Digital product? Advertising? This will give you an idea on how to monetize your idea.

In entrepreneurship, you’ll learn very quickly that you’ll need to adapt, improvise and be creative. You’ll have the opportunity to not only create your own economy but to also contribute to the overall economy of your country and the world.

So if you need an invite to get your profitable online business idea rolling….you’re invited. Now go on and get it steppin’.

Your Niche Authority

Course Materials:


Choosing the right niche can either make or break your online success. Learn how you can find your hot niche and dominate it. 

By definition, the word niche means A specialized segment of the market for a particular kind of product or service. This description makes sense for a blogger too as it illustrates the fact that this is at least partly a business decision. Ideally, your niche should also unveil a niche in the market – meaning that you’re meeting a demand that is as-yet unfulfilled. Of course, this isn’t something that every ‘niche’ website needs to accomplish but as you read on you’ll see there are definitely some parallels. Ideally your niche will also provide you with access to some niches in the market.

A popular piece of advice among writers is to ‘write what you know’. Granted, this advice is generally aimed at fiction writers and creative writers but it definitely still applies here. What does this mean? It means write something that you have experience in and write something that you enjoy and find interesting. In an ideal situation, you shouldn’t view writing your blog as ‘work’ at all. Rather it should be something that you actually enjoy and actively look forward to.

More importantly though, creating a website on a subject you find interesting means that it won’t be a chore for you to keep it updated. This means you’ll be likely to fill it with a higher quantity of content and that content will be likely to be of a better quality at the same time! Your passion and love for the subject will keep you writing about it on a regular basis and it will come across in the way you sound enthused within the content.

Whenever you create your own product though, you will be taking a big risk. You’ll be investing a lot of time, money or both into creating something new that you have no guarantee will sell. The worst case scenario is that you spend all your time creating something new only to find that the audience isn’t there, or your product isn’t going to sell.

Essentially, all you’re going to do is to run a practice run as though you were selling your product and then see how many imaginary sales you can rack up. If the number is high, you can go ahead and invest the time, money and energy into creating the product. If not? Then you know not to waste your time and you can start thinking about alternate niches and alternate products.
What You’ll Learn

  • Introduction And What You Will Learn
  • What is a Niche? Some Statistics
  • How Have You Chosen Your Niches to Date?
  • Avoid This Common Strategy
  • Starting with Self Interests
  • Examples of Blogs on Personal Interests
  • Combining a Niche With a Personal Brand
  • Tapping Into Your Love of Learning
  • Why Listen to a Learner?
  • Go Where the Money Is
  • What Makes a Niche Profitable?
  • Some High Earning Niches To Consider
  • Profitability and Your Target Audience
  • Profitability and Evergreen Sites
  • Zeroing in on a Certain Demographic
  • Shrinking Your Audience
  • Choosing Your Audience
  • Is Your Niche Content Rich?
  • Researching Your Niche and Coming Up With Topics
  • Is It Click Worthy?
  • Digital Product Affiliate Promotion Potential
  • Finding a Niche for Digital Affiliate Products
  • Big Affiliate Networks
  • Think in Terms of Tangible Affiliate Profits
  • Is There Room for You to Launch Products?
  • Consider Whether There’s Space for Your Product
  • Products for Smaller Niches
  • Validating Your Product
  • Keyword Research Tools To Find Hot Niches
  • LongTail Pro And SpyFu
  • Google’s Keyword Planner
  • SEOBook’s Keyword Tools
  • And Much More!