|This is probably one of the toughest things to decide when you're getting into Internet marketing. Do you go for a really huge niche as far as potential prospects, while at the same time bumping heads with more sites than you can count, or do you go for a smaller niche that might not produce as much income on a regular basis, but will be easier to crack? Well, as somebody who does both, I am going to share with you my own experiences and you can then decide on your own.
The actual niche of Internet marketing, www.impacts-popup.comor making money online is huge. It also has a ton of competition. Still, in the five years that I have been in this niche, I have managed to make a very nice income. I don't make the kind of money like a John Reese or a Mike Filsaime, but I do well enough. I'm certainly not starving. So how do I do it? How do I go up against these giants and so many others and make a six figure income?
Part of the answer is having good products at reasonable prices that people can actually use. Another part of the reason is constant advertising and promotion. Not a day goes by where I am not out there making a name for myself, whether it be with writing articles, placing ads, participating in forums, or whatever. I am always doing something. Another part of the reason is pure persistence. I have never been one to give up on doing anything. So even during the hard times...and believe me I had them...I still did what I needed to do on a daily basis. The word quit was never in my vocabulary. As a result, I conquered a very hard to crack niche.
Now, what about the smaller niches with less competition? Well, they are much easier to crack. Some you can crack literally by putting up a site. Now don't get me wrong, you're probably not going to make a fortune in these tiny niches, but...what if you were to tackle several of them? I mean, why not? www.free-ad-system.com They're not going to be hard to break into and the work involved, relatively speaking, isn't going to be so much that it's going to take up a great deal of your time. So tackling three, four, even five of these tiny niches shouldn't be too much trouble.
My point is this. You can make a nice living on the Internet with a large competitive niche or a few tiny non competitive niches. It basically comes down to YOUR choice.
I decided to tackle them both.