How To Create a Profitable Product In 30 Days Or Less (Even if you have never done it before)

Introduction

When a lot of people think about creating a package of materials to sell, they get overwhelmed. Create one piece of content… sure. But what about creating 10, 20, or more pieces in a mixed bag of reports, courses, worksheets, templates, checklists, and more?

Day 1: Pick a Niche

First things first: Before you can start planning a single piece of content for your profitable package, you need to know who you’ll be selling this package to. In other words, what niche?

  1. Research these niches to find out which ones are profitable. Let’s start with that first step…

Step 1: Create a List of Potential Niches

If you don’t already have some potential niches in mind, then your first step is to develop a list. Here’s how:

  • Tasks you wish were easier.
  • Where you spend your disposable income.
  • Places you like to visit (vacation).
  • Things you like to do on vacation.
  • Things you like to read about (books, blogs, etc.).
  • DIY jobs that you know how to do.
  • Things people ask you for advice about.
  • Taking note of what’s popular on social media.
  • Watching/reading the news for ideas.
  • Tips
  • Articles
  • Ebooks
  • Reports
  • Step by step
  • Easy
  • Get rid of
  • Secrets of
  • Fast
  • KWFinder.
  • Ahrefs Keyword Explorer.
  • Google Keyword Planner.
  • GrowthBar.
  • Long Tail Pro.
  • Majestic.
  • Keyword Tool.

Step 2: Research These Niches

Now it’s time to whittle down that big list of potential niches by discovering which ones look to be the most promising and profitable. To do this, you’re going to research each niche (or at least those that interest you the most) to see if there are a big market and big demand. Here’s how:

  • Run a Google search for the keywords. Again, look for a lot of websites selling a lot of different products and services to the niche.
  • Check for niche publications. For example, does your niche have its own magazine (such as Dog Fancy for dog lovers)?
  • Check Google Trends. Are there are a lot of searches in the niche over time?
  • Look at social media. Can you find things like Facebook groups and Reddit subreddits on the topic?
  • See where members of the niche congregate. Can you find them on forums, blogs, and other communities?
  • Use keyword tools. Do a LOT of people search for information in the niche every day?
  • Look offline. Are there stores and organizations devoted to the market?

Day 1 Action Takeaway

Your task today is to brainstorm and then research markets. Look for smaller sub-markets (niches) that look profitable. For example, “dog training” is a big market, but something like Poodle training is a smaller niche that may be big enough and profitable enough. Check: does the smaller niche still garner a lot of keyword searches and product sales? If so, that’s a potential niche for you. Select a niche that not only looks profitable but also one that interests you (and ideally one that you know something about). Then hang onto all your research, because you’re going to take another look at it tomorrow!