11 thoughts on “Internet Marketing’s #1 Myth Exposed – How To Find A Hot Niche or Product”

  1. Great video. Relatively simple and straightforward, the way all good marketing should be. Thanks Mark.

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  3. Hi Internettimemachine

    I have really enjoyed my visit to your video today and I will be sure to return again very soon.

    Have a great day.

    Mark McCulloch

  4. Hello InternetTimeMachine

    I have to admit I am very impressed with the quality of your videos here on youtube.

    They are certainly a pleasure to watch as I do enjoy them.

    I am sure there is many others who also feel the same about your videos.

    Mark McCulloch

  5. Wow, this video is really an insight… I’ve never thought about increasing my traffic this way. Thanks Kurt, anyway feel free to check out my videos too… thanks

  6. Search traffic is the demand side of the supply demand curve, but you need the suppply side to see if there is a niche to take advantage of. The supply side is basically the “results” side of the item as well as the PPC. You need both parts to find a niche, that is why you can’t just go to search volume alone find niches. IPHONE is a good example, monstrous search volume and growth, but supply side shows just as many people supplying products, like cases, apps, etc, so it is efficient,

  7. I’m not sure this is the #1 Internet Marketing myth – as going where the competition is heavy has never made sense.

    Increased growth in Google Results is the same as the myth you describe. This might work if you focused on the growth in Search Traffic (that would be a better indicator of demand). I can show you keywords all day long where few search, but many are ready in case they do!

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