There are probably many different reasons why you’re determined for your slingly review to succeed. You want to earn a lot of money— that goes without saying. But, you also want to serve the needs of a group of people. Ideally, you want to serve the needs of a group of people who are ready and willing to spend a lot of money. If you stand in front of the money, you can’t help but succeed as a marketer. It’s a simple truth that so many get wrong. So, you’re good to go, right? Not so fast… If only it were easy to find these incredible niches full of people who are ready and willing to hand you money left and right. The great news is, it actually is easy… but only if you have the right strategy. I’ve seen many marketers struggle with market research... That’s not going to be you, though. This book is probably the most important one you’ve picked up all year. It’s going to save you a lot of trial and error and banging your head against the wall because you just can’t seem to make it work. It’s going to help you pinpoint exactly what you should be doing to profit like crazy with the very best niche research. This takes a bit of work. It’s not hard work… it’s just the kind of work most people aren’t willing to do. Mainly, because they don’t know how to do it -or even that they should be doing it, for that matter-, and that it’s actually fun. Thankfully, you aren’t most people. You have what it takes to succeed, and that will set you miles ahead of your competition!. You’re soon going to be able to find a profitable niche— or dozens of slingly review, if you prefer. Note that some of the strategies I’m going to share with you today are focused more in the short term. They’ll allow you to crush it fast, bringing in a ton of money in the short term while you rinse and repeat on other up and coming niches and keywords. Other strategies, niches, and topics require long term thinking. You’ll do the digging and the work now and cash in later. Competitors in your niche will think you have a magic 8 ball because you’re always at the forefront of what’s profitable and popular. This is how you build a real, sustainable, life-changing business. Also, some of the strategies will help you discover “pockets” of traffic that are better used to get more traffic to a niche site you already have, and others are so big that can lead to a whole niche site in and of their own. In any case, whether you go for short term niches and ideas, long term niches and ideas, or a mixture of both, you’ll be able to cash in like crazy just by doing a little digging. Do the upfront work others don’t know how to do or ignore and you’ll have it easier later on. You’ll be sipping drinks on the beach while others try to figure out your magic. People will wonder how you were able to find such incredibly profitable niches while they’re trying to cram themselves into the same tired, worn, and unprofitable niches as everyone else. It’s time for you to be ahead of the trends and stand in front of the money. So, what’s the key to this method? Many Internet Marketing courses (and even specialized niche research courses) teach you to enter a seed keyword in the keyword research tool of your choice, and start digging in from there. This usually leads to lots of dead-ends, where you find either niches with negligible volumes of buyers, or ultracompetitive niches that are already saturated and being exploited by tens of experienced marketers with big pockets to invest in SEO and paid traffic. Our approach is different. We think laterally. We are not going to be number-crunchers that start by analyzing tens of metrics until they find a keyword that fits some strict criteria (which is tedious and extremely boring). Instead, we’re going to do something much more fun: we will be explorers, going through very interesting websites-many of which you surely haven’t heard of-, social networks, magazines, newspapers and even (gasp!) TV, and we will find tens of niche ideas there. Doesn’t this sound better than spending days in front of a keyword tool? Here's the secret: we will start capitalizing On Rising Trends Things are changing rapidly these days. Make sure you’re at the cusp of what’s happening. That’s where a lot of the big money is—you want to make money on the things people are talking about and buying up in droves. It’s all about trend marketing. Every smart business in the world pays close attention to trends because that’s where the interest is— or where it’s going. That’s what’s going to be all over the news or hashtagged on Twitter. That’s what people will be buying up like crazy. If you try to stay stuck in the past, never allowing your business to change, all of these amazingly profitable trends will pass you by. You’ll go the way of all the other failed businesses and frustrated business owners. If you look to the future and position yourself well, you’ll be raking in the dough and winning while other marketers are trying to figure out what the game is. It’d be nice if you had a crystal ball, but this is second best. You can base entire businesses and product lines around up and coming trends. You can also incorporate trend marketing into just about any business there is— a new business or an existing business. I’ve purposefully written this book in a way that will help your business regardless of what it is. Once you’ve found these hot trends, you can start to develop a web presence related to them. You can writearticles and blog posts— either for new niche websites or on existing sites. You can think up great, related products you could produce or create to piggyback on something that’s hot. You can release a competing slingly review or service that serves a need that isn’t being met with the other. You can earn with your content, tools, products, services, or whatever it is you offer in your business. Let the trends and niches inspire you. Then, figure out how you can use the trends you find to cash in. A note on using Keyword Research tools Keyword Research tools are great software / services. They let you analyze search volume, CPC, competition, etc. But... in this case, when analyzing future trends they are not of much use. Or are they?