Info Income Coaching Class [Week 2]

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11 thoughts on “Info Income Coaching Class [Week 2]”

  1. Well, I don’t really need a whole day to think about mine, since I already run a health, fitness, and martial arts blog. As for the narrow niche, I can easily create several info products from those three 3 descriptions alone, most of which you already gave examples of, Steve, hehe. Except for the raw food diet, though. I’m really into muscle mass maintenance, and the raw food diet isn’t really that efficient when it comes to that.

    I do regularly jot down ideas and so on for new articles, and what I’ve come to realize after writing articles for a couple of months now is that I’m actually favoring certain topics more than others, so those are the ones I can easily create info products about.

    I’ve actually made a long term plan for this, but things are really going to start slow in this regard because I’m still concentrating on marketing my site (posting at least once a day, commenting, using social media, etc), and since I’m still also finishing my graduate studies, my time’s really maxed out most of the time.

    I’m having tons of fun since this is something I find I naturally enjoy doing, though, so I’m patient.

    Oh, and those 7 things near the end of the lesson are really, really useful! Thanks Steve!
    .-= Noel´s last blog ..THE PREDATORS WORKOUT =-.

    • Just scoped out Yahoo Answers and one of the top questions is “Are martial arts even useful nowadays?” Oh, man, I am so all over that! I think I might have also found a cool product to promote via Clickbank, as well. Man, this is awesome!
      .-= Noel´s last blog ..THE PREDATORS WORKOUT =-.

      • I’m happy to hear that you’re getting something out of this course. I knew you would be one of those people who already has an idea of your primary niche. Now it’s a matter of finding a topic/problem that\’s affecting a lot of people in your niche.

  2. Steve,
    I think this may well be the most useful post on your whole blog to date, for me at least (and you know that I’ve used a lot of the information you provided, so that’s saying something.)
    I was stalling in the niche selection process, having done a load of keyword search stuff and just not getting anywhere with it, but those resources near the end have kicked me back into gear.
    I’m still really torn between sticking with the paying hobby blog and creating a series of how to guides for specific hobbies, or going with the relationships and writing the ‘hostage negotiator’ series, though.
    .-= Gail´s last blog ..The hostage negotiator guide to finding a niche =-.

    • By the way, just thought I’d let you know my books arrived from Amazon yesterday. I read the Vagabonding book, and thought it was full of a lot of sound practical advice for living life with an attitude of acceptance and flexibility even of you’re not travelling. I’m now on to ‘Getting things Done.’ A lot of the stuff he talks about is the same as Mark Joyner teaches in Simpleology, but it’s still a good read. Thanks.
      .-= Gail´s last blog ..The hostage negotiator guide to finding a niche =-.

      • Both are great books. Happy to hear that you’re putting them to practice. On the other hand, I didn’t really like Simpleology. I think Mark is a brilliant marketer, but his book didn’t teach anything new.

        • I didn’t mean the book, I use the website and the software for planning and goal tracking. It’s not perfect, but it’s the most effective system I’ve found so far, for me anyway.
          .-= Gail´s last blog ..Why keywords are not the be-all and end-all of niche research =-.

    • Thanks! Glad it’s giving you stuff to do.

      Keyword search is important. But mostly is figuring out what problems people are having and creating a solution for it.

      I do like your ‘hostage negotiator” concept. It’s definitely original. Perhaps you could coin some nickname that combines the both. Like “The NegotiPreneur” or something similar.

      Also, people do love information about how to make money from their hobbies. The individual hobby guides might be an excellent idea. Plus you can cross-promote a lot of these if people have similar interests.

  3. I have two projects I’m working on at the moment. A self-help/personal development blog (for gamers) and a martial arts blog. The idea with the personal development blog is that I’ll be able to listen to what people need and create content, promote products and create products based on that. The focus of the blog will be health, wealth, relationships and spirituality. Well… The REAL focus will be on “pwning life.” Once you learn how to learn, you can apply it to those 4 categories. I’ll be an expert in becoming an expert at things and recommend products and services along the way (and one day travel and do seminars 😉 ).

    As far as an information product goes, I think I’ll stray away from your recommendation of health, wealth or relationships and try out learning (Chinese). BUT I will get “narrow” with it. Instead of making a course that focuses broadly on learning Chinese (like everyone else does), I’ll do something that’s focused on JUST learning how to read (something many people struggle with even after learning to speak fluently).
    .-= miltownkid´s last blog ..Back In Milwaukee – Back To Getting Organized =-.

    • Both blog ideas are excellent. I could see them doing really well.

      Definitely if your research says something like this is selling, then go for it! But, try to see if there’s other kinds of information that these people are buying. I’ve found that more money is made on the back-end after the sale is been made.

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