I hate to say this, but this is probably the most uninspired Affilorama Niche of the Week post I’ve ever written. This week I am looking at the quintessential morning beverage, coffee -- something that millions of people (myself included) consume before they're capable of interacting with people each day. I hear your groans, and I'm shaking my head, too. (Editor's note: Coffee is AWESOME. Drink more coffee.)
Are there any affiliate programs for coffee? How would you go about selling or...Read more
We have featured Niche of the Week posts on special hobbies, or what I call "passions," before: makeup, cooking and travel. Here I am yet again with another Niche of the Week post on how to turn your hobby or passion into a source of income.
My husband was badly bitten by the shutterbug two years ago. He has always been interested in photography and has exhibited a talent for capturing great moments, so he finally decided to pursue it. He bought a Nikon 5100 DSLR and became the official...Read more
The real estate industry is one of the most popular and evergreen niches in affiliate marketing. The need for housing (and therefore the demand) will always be there, no matter what. But since it is an evergreen, the niche is also highly competitive.
When you’re interested a niche that is very competitive, you should choose the road less traveled. That means finding a specialized sub-niche to steer clear of the industry giants and make your affiliate site stand out more.
In real...Read more
“A toast to bigger earnings”.
Excellent title, isn’t it?
But I’m not really sure if the bartending niche will raise the bar as far as earnings go. Not to offend all the great bartenders out there, but I didn’t even really think of bartending as much of a career until I did research for bartending affiliate programs.
Bartenders go by several names: the old-fashioned “barkeep,” barman, tapster, the trendy “alcohol chef,” and of course, mixologists. Whichever name you call them, the...Read more
Growing money on trees. What a wonderful, magical idea. It's not possible in a literal sense, and even figuratively, the idiom is "Money doesn’t grow on trees." But I think gardeners and farmers will be quick to disagree.
Money can come from trees. If you’re smart and hardworking enough to put the effort into planting and growing them.
And so this week, I point the spotlight for the first time ever, on the gardening niche. Can gardening be more than a hobby? Can knowledge of...Read more