Are you a ‘niche collector’, like us? Seriously, we love niches. We first got interested in AdSense niches five years ago, when we accidentally found out that you can make either $0.02 or $2.42 per click. The difference? Topic of your article. So right away, we started wondering – what’s the most profitable Adsene keyword(s) out there? Then we stumbled upon unusual business niches. Then we found out that a lot of people are looking for a good website niche (aka profitable website niches) to start their business. So we decided to start a niche website that covers nothing but profitable (crazy, unusual) niches. If you are a nicheholic, you’ll love

Depression Treatment, Depression Help - *** Niche

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2006-08-16 12:04.
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Feeling depressed? This will cheer you up. Depression help is a decent niche to make money from. The money isn’t all that great, but there aren’t very many ups and downs because of so many advertisers.

The niche is saturated with ads. Some ads are very funny. My favorite one is “Online Depression Therapy, Professional Counselors Will Listen And Advise You. As low as $0.99/min”. Wow, how low can you go?

Most advertisers in this niche provide either legitimate or alternative depression treatment methods, including herbs, inspirational videos, self-hypnotizing CDs, retreats and (of course) “God will lead out of depression”.

From $0 To $10 Million Dollars - POS World Story

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Wed, 2006-08-16 11:32.
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Company name: POS World Inc.
Location: Atlanta
Estimated annual sales volume: $10.8 million
Description: Point-of-sale online retailer

This IT manager for a concessions management company loved working in the POS field, but was so burnt out by the intense work hours that his doctor recommended a career change. One day, while reading a catalog with reseller pricing for receipt printers, cash drawers, bar-code scanners and other POS items, Bushey realized that not only was the markup outrageous, but also that there was nowhere to purchase POS hardware online. His vision: to create an online marketplace offering fair pricing on these items to the end user. "I wanted to be the Dell of POS," says Bushey.

How Broken Arm Led To A $2 Million A Year Business

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2006-08-15 17:08.
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David Reynolds, a contractor by trade, had broken his arm while remodeling a bathroom in 1998. Keeping the cast dry proved to be very difficult, and when he tried looking around for a product to help, he was unable to find anything that was both effective and affordable. That's when the light bulb went on.

After doing a patent search for such a product and finding nothing, Reynolds, an inventor since childhood, designed a plastic covering with an adjustable fastening mechanism on one end to keep arm and leg casts dry. He enlisted the help of his longtime friend and fellow contractor, Marty Ceccarelli, to build Mar-Von LLC and the brand.

Slot Machine, Casino Slot Machines, Pachislo - *** Niche

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2006-08-15 16:56.
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Slot machines is a quite interesting niche. I think that when people search for “slot machines”, most of them want free online games.

But a small section of searchers look for real casino slot machines or old antique slot machines or legal slot machines for home entertainment. Some people search for particular slot machine brand name, like Pachislo (there are some others, but only Pachislo seems to provide decent payout).

There are some really nutty products related to slot machines. For example, there are a number of books and online courses for the winning “slot machine system”. Actually, slot machines provide the worst pay out in the entire gaming industry and there is no “system” to follow. But whatever.

Our President Drives A Rabbit

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2006-08-15 16:26.
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Abercrombie polos
Abercrombie sweatpants
Abercrombie and Fich
Abercrombie gift card
Abercrombie perfume

Even if you are a multimillionaire, you want to know that you are not being taken advantage of, and, even more importantly, that you are getting value for your financial investment.

Email Marketing - *** to ****Niche

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Tue, 2006-08-15 12:38.
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Email marketing is just a nice word for “legal spam”. There are hundreds of thousands of opt-in lists which give list owners a right to send emails in bulk, without fear of being punished.

 But we are not moralists here – email marketing is a great niche that keeps performing very well, despite that fact that this key phrase has been on many keyword lists and there are thousands MFA sites created for it.

 Some of the email marketing key phrases that worked for me include “opt-in email marketing”, “email marketing list”, "bulk email" and “targeted email marketing”.

MBA, MBA School, MBA Program - **** Niche

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2006-08-14 06:21.
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I think that MBA degrees are grossly overrated and the value of one is at best questionable, but more and more people pursue MBA diplomas, believing that’s their ticket to a six figure salary.

But that’s just me. Back to MBA. I’ve found that MBA schools and MBA programs are the two best niches to pursue. First, they pay very well, second it’s VERY easy to find information on various MBA programs.

Not only most universities provide plenty of information online, there are tons of MBA related resources, such as MBA program ratings, the average salaries for alumni, and so on. Every business magazine thinks it’s a great idea to release their business school ratings once a year.

How To Make $900,000 A Year, Selling Unicycles Online

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2006-08-14 05:55.
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Unicycling enthusiast John Drummond, a technical writer at IBM, decided it might be fun to sell a few cycles over the Internet. Seven months after debuted in 1999, Drummond, of Marietta, Ga., was so overwhelmed by demand that he enlisted the help of his wife, Amy.

The pair soon sped sales up from $150,000 in 1999 to $900,000 this year. No, there wasn't an inexplicable uptick in the clown population. They attribute their success to a straightforward Internet domain name.

The amazing advantages a street-savvy near-illiterate hustler has versus a fancy MBA with years of book-learnin’ under his Gucci

Submitted by Dmitri Davydov on Mon, 2006-08-14 05:51.
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I’ve never held a grudge against anyone with a fancy Master’s degree in business. I’ve never trusted them, and gotten a few fired. But I’ve never held a grudge.

I just can’t understand what sort of moron would look around and decide that, yeah, that’s the ticket: Academia must be the place to go learn how to make a fortune in bidniz.

Listen: If you’re a surgeon about to cut me open, then I want you to have a dozen years of schooling behind you at a good teaching hospital.

But if you’re going to launch a marketing campaign to sell something, I’d have to take you out back and knock the MBA bullshit out of you before I’d feel safe having you make even the most harmless decision.