The Super Affiliate Blueprint
As I said before, Clickbank isn’t the only tool around. There are dozens of other
affiliate networks, including CPA networks (which will talk about more soon), so
using just Clickbank, where not nearly every evergreen niche is represented, isn’t
always best. For that in-between research, I like to visit Amazon.com and view the
hot products there.
1. Selling Off Amazon – First off, I should mention that I don’t normally sell
physical products. You’re talking about a measly 5% profit instead of 50%-
75% from a digital product. So, obviously the real money is in info products.
But, as a research tool, you don’t get much better than Amazon.
2. The Reviews – Start by looking through any product pages or niche on
Amazon.com. They sell pretty much everything in the realm of consumer
goods, so you’ll be able to find quite a nice selection of stuff. Your goal here is
to look for products with at least 20 reviews, however.
3. How Hot is the Niche – So, why do we look for products with 20+ reviews,
and not the wide array of other stuff that pops up on these sites? Think about
it for a minute. How many people actually review something they buy? I don’t
have the exact stats on hand, but it’s something like 1 in 1,000. So, if a
product has 20 reviews, you can estimate that more than 20,000 of that
product have been purchased. Yeah, I’d consider that a niche worth checking
4. Researching from There – Once you find a hot niche product on Amazon,
take to Google and start searching for related keywords. For example, if you
find a product on Amazon like Cesar Milan’s “Becoming the Pack Leader” with
60+ reviews, go to Google and search for “dealing with dog aggression” or
“being the dog pack leader”. You’ll find a number of products that are related
to this niche. You’ll find more on Clickbank too, where the dog training niche
has been an evergreen favourite for years.
Take a look at what you get if you just type in dog training. Look at all those reviews.
This is definitely a hot niche:
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