Choosing Your Niche – Deciding On Your Niche Market

After you’ve done your research and checked your niche through The Niche Analyzer process you need to decide on your niche to use based on the results.

Please don’t spend too much time deciding between the options left to you as you cannot make a bad choice. Even if the choice you make turns out to not be very successful you’ll have discovered a lot that can be used in your next niche.

The worst decision you can make is to make no decision at all.

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Nothing can completely predict a niche’s profit and success until you yourself actually operate a business in that market. So treat anyone who offers you guaranteed income, guaranteed niche success or a so called sure fire winner with extreme caution.

Why?

Well even if the product on offer is brilliant, the niche market fantastic and the customer search numbers out of this world it is in the end all down to

WHAT YOU DO AND WHAT YOUR CUSTOMERS DO!

Having worked with companies, individuals and products in markets of all shapes and sizes I can assure you that real long term results are based on a combination of:

  • Hard work and effort
  • Appropriate tools and processes
  • Expert advice and guidance
  • The response of your actual customers

And the most important of these is the amount of hard work and effort you put in and the response from your actual customers.

THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THESE IS THE AMOUNT OF HARD WORK AND EFFORT YOU PUT IN AND THE RESPONSE FROM YOUR ACTUAL CUSTOMERS.

So please, please, please take your final short list, look at the options open to you and go with the one that after all the research and number crunching is the one that you feel you want to do.

That’s it.

No more theories, decision tools or calculations just pick one niche from your final few and make a start.

Above all else, make a choice and make a start.

As Theodore Roosevelt once said – “In any moment of decision the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.”

PLEASE DON’T DO NOTHING, DO SOMETHING!

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