When I get up in the morning, I usually plan and prepare my day’s schedule.
Long ago I read a wise quote by Benjamin Franklin that says:
By failing to prepare, you’re preparing to fail
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
Since then I’ve developed a sort of habit to prepare my work before actually getting into it.
…And this has proved to be a great blessing for me.
I happen to be a true result oriented person, especially when it comes to dabbling with the idea of Niche Marketing.
After breathing 15 full year day and night in this challenging, but rewarding career, I’m here to tell you that achieving success on the Internet is certainly *not* difficult.
Of course, if you know *how*.
…And that really is a BIG how!
Now getting to know this *how* requires time, effort, discipline and a little perseverance on your part.
Motivation and commitment are obviously the pre-requisites.
However, heading in the right direction with a clearly defined goal not only makes your long journey short, but pave the way for your colossal success.
Success is not something commercially available in the market. It is achieved through practicing a consistent bout of personal efforts.
But that’s not all, there’s much to be taken in consideration.
So let’s find out what else is there to be considered.
I hope you’ll appreciate my personal uncanny marketing approach.
Read the following paragraphs very carefully, as it carries some useful insight that is guaranteed to give you heaps of online profits.
I’ll take the direct approach here. Let’s get started.
Listen, as you are well aware of the fact that there are now more websites on the Internet than there are stars in the sky. The question is…
How will *you* get noticed in this huge galaxy called cyberspace?
Your immediate answer would be… through submitting your site’s URL to major search engines doing SEO and SEM, placing ads in ezines, Social Networking, Video Marketing, Joint Venture deals and so on.
Sure, working tactfully with these techniques will bring you qualified traffic, but that’s what everybody is practicing.
…And do you know what percentage of this traffic actually turn into sales?
The industry AVERAGE is less than 1%. That’s weird, isn’t it?
…Why? Well, here’s the undocumented raw fact:
“There exists a profusion of same or similar businesses on the Internet.”
Same products are being sold in different flavors in almost same fashion.
Despite of the fact, that there exists a great demand of those products, the supply side is much heavier than you probably can imagine.
The simple law of supply and demand seems to be overlooked.
There are massive flocks of people dying to sell their products without considering the market needs and consumer behavior.
These people are simply JUST marketing aimlessly, and don’t even bother to look at the underlying economic rules.
I’m really not in a mood for giving you lessons in Economics neither I happen to be an economist.
…But for those of you who are unaware of what the law of supply and demand states for a given product and how it applies to Internet marketing, I think a formal definition would be necessary at this point.
Here’s what it says:
“As the supply of any given product increases, the demand of that product with its associated value decreases, which result in a price drop. Conversely, if the supply side gets decreased, the demand increases, and the value of the product with its associated price also gets increased.”
…And don’t forget you’re living in a hyper-competitive world.
Uh oh, am I sounding like a professor or something?
Gosh! I’ve been such a dry nut so far. 😉
Okay! Let me leave the podium and get to the point.
So what’s the solution, Amin, how can I get myself out of this baffling situation? You ask.
Well, here’s the good news for you. There is an easy and best of all 100% workable technique to get you out of this rat race.
…And yes, it creates your own brand. That means success on spinning wheels.
“Create a theme product, or service for your niche market”.
Note: How to make a theme product is the subject of part II of this article.
I’ve already stated the implication of supply/demand in your business strategy. Now consider if there’s absolutely no supply of any product, but you can identify a human need in an existing market.
…Boy! You just broke the bank.
That’s exactly what happened with Amazon.com.
That’s what happened with Yahoo.
And that’s what happened with a host of other phenomenal success stories that has glaring effects on our minds.
Facebook is perhaps the best example to demonstrate the power of filling a gap in an existing market.
In marketing lingo, Facebook identified a critical market niche.
Everybody knows it was a small college start-up.
But since Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook identified, anticipated, and then fulfilled social needs of people wanting to get connected through a workable means, it went beyond success limits.
Facebook didn’t maintain any high Google PageRank, or made its way to the first page of Google, rather it feeds the search engine listings with its own content.
…People have no choice but to connect with each other via Facebook.
By the way, have you heard of Facebook?
Okay! Okay! You got it. 😉
I’m certainly not saying that everybody on the planet have the same mindset like Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, or Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame.
But as Jim Rohn once said…
“Human beings have the remarkable ability to turn nothing into something. They can turn weeds into gardens and pennies into fortunes“,
…you’re encouraged not to lose hope.
Think about it.
Does it make sense to you selling over-saturated products aimlessly to the masses?
…Especially when there exists a cut-throat competition?
Look outside the window.
Sometimes if guns don’t work, it’s always a good idea to make use of cannon.
Imagine the tremendous power of identifying a market niche.
…The power that made people phenomenally rich and idea through which companies like Amazon.com and Facebook and countless other success stories were born.
The good news is that you don’t have to worry about any underlying technical glitches in carving your own niche.
…Today’s outsourcing solutions and technology makes it super easy for you to put your business up and running within no time.
Amazon.com certainly didn’t have this luxury.
All you need is a new theme, an idea, or a proposal which sets *you* apart from the crowd.
And amazingly, the idea does not and should not have to be super-duper.
Remember, simple things work best in life.
Albert Einstein once said:
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
He also said:
“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage — to move in the opposite direction”.
Now if you’re telling me you can’t come up with an idea or a particular concept, you’re falling back in the shadows of darkness.
Don’t let yourself scared about it.
Do you know on the internet even the craziest ideas with focused themes has created fortunes.
You too, can do it. There are *no* ifs and buts….
If you think what’s stated above make sense, then you would certainly love to read part II of this post.
…I’ll give you some best kept secret, insights, tips and comparisons that will make you realize the true worth of your imagination.
So never under estimate the power of your imagination.
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