Take Action as
a Niche Marketer
How many frustrating days have you spent watching other marketers cash in with their eBooks while your ideas ebb and flow, but never materialize?
Maybe you feel like you haven’t got the expertise in any profitable area.
Or perhaps you don’t even know what is profitable when it comes to information products. Most marketers who haven’t yet tastes success get disgruntled after awhile. They start believing that the only way to make money with an eBook is to sell a “How to Make Money Online” product – and since they haven’t done it yet, they can’t tap that niche, either!
The truth is, the top names in this industry have developed side empires within niches that aren’t related to Internet marketing. They never talk about it because they protect their most valuable information.
The Colonel would never give out his secret recipe for “finger-lickin’ good” chicken, just as top gurus aren’t going to blab about their money-making consumer niches. What they do instead is use certain tactics to spy on profit-pulling competitors and then in a stealth-like manner, they swoop in and tap into the niche themselves. In some cases, they’re the first to develop an idea for an info product because they use other means to see what consumers are hungry for.
How many times have you read that you’re not supposed to attempt sales in a niche where there’s NO competition? It’s taught in various guides – “There has to be a balance of some competition, but not too much to the point of saturation.” Tiffany Dow says that’s a bunch of bull, and she should know.
Back in 2001, Tiffany started freelancing on Elance and quickly rose to the top of her game as the secret weapon to dozens of big-name marketers (as well as those flying under the radar). I spied on her Elance feedback and noticed she’s worked for Jimmy Brown, John Reese, Rich Schefren, and Janet Wilson to name a few.
In her new guide, Building an eBook Empire, she gossips about what she learned over the last 6 years from her clients, who taught her every detail of the business – enough that she stopped freelancing and became a marketer of her own information products.
The shocking thing is that she details it all – including how you can develop your own niche eBook empire and start mapping out the plan for your own “How to Make Money on the ‘Net” rags to riches tale.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or advanced marketer – everyone should read through this and use it as an investment in your business. Smart entrepreneurs always know what the competition is doing.
Here’s to building your own eBook empire…
~ Kim ~