Niches are great. Be it gardening, animal husbandry, power washing, mural painting. Your outcomes are as good as your research and your commitment to doing some thing meaningful.
We have given up on the small data points in search of big data. The truest form of monetization comes from finding the little stuff within big stuff. I read a post in a group that spoke about looking at any field and identifying say products within it and then hunting amazon reviews that are 2-3 star and building upon it by doing the exact opposite to get 4-5 star reviews and better product. What was this about?
“"Let’s say you are selling stands.
The competition is bloody out there. You would want a way to market to a specific segment of that market. A unsatisfied audience.
Enter Amazon reviews.
Look for the 2-3 star reviews.
You will start to see a common pain point(s).
There is your marketing angle.
In this example a large part of people where disappointed with the sturdiness of the stand.
Using this tactic we’ve found the perfect angle:
"finally get a sturdy stand.”
You are now catering to that segment.
This tactic is freaking amazing in ANY industry, online or offline.
The premise was markets within markets. This is easy to explore and easier to make profitable to get better outcomes.