Top 3 Ways To Dig Deeper In Your Niche Market! by Mark Kessler

When you are getting into niche marketing, it is important that
you dig deep and find the most burning desires of your
target market. It’s satisfying these “hot buttons” of the niche
market that turn people into rabid buyers of your products.

Luckily, it’s easier than you think to identify the things people
need most, no matter what market you are in. Here are a
few ways to show you what I mean.

The easiest thing you can do to determine what the common
problems that need resolved within a niche is to spy on the
people within the niche. No, I don’t mean sitting outside the
homes of people in your niche market on a stakeout mission.

In fact, you can spy on a niche market without anyone knowing you
are around.

To spy on a niche, all you have to do is visit website forums
that are put together so people within the niche can chat,
communicate and discuss issues that are important to them. Be
especially on the lookout for questions like “Where can I
find a…” or “I wish someone would make a…” or “How do I…”.

These are questions that could possibly be solved with
an information product that you can sell to this market. There
are forums on just about every subject imaginable. Do a
search online, type in the niche (ie: die-cast model cars,
followed by the word ‘forum’.

Another way to spy on a market is to become a member of the
market yourself. Entrench yourself within the forums,
blogs, and events to learn first hand some of the problems that
exist within the niche. As you become more familiar with
the niche, you will come across ideas that will help others
within the niche market as well, thus fattening your wallet at
the same time.

Another powerful way of digging deep to find things a niche
market is in need of is…are you ready for this…ASK THEM!

Put together a little survey or a list of questions that asks
people things like “If there is one thing that would make xxxxx
more enjoyable, what would it be?” or “What are your biggest
questions, problems or concerns with xxxxx”. You will be
surprised how much information people will share with you when
you simply ask them.

A good way to increase the response to your little survey is to
tell people you will send them a free report, product or
whatever it is they asked about if they send you their questions
and you are able to find the answers for them.

You don’t have to stick to the same old boring ebooks everyone
else is selling. Differentiate yourself and create products
the niche market REALLY wants. The only way to do this is to dig
deeper within your niche.

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Mark Kessler offers a FREE 34 page report where you’ll “Discover The Most Simple, But Extremely Powerful System that reveals the 4 secret steps you need to achieve maximum niche profits!” your copy is at

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