Chris A. Baird | April 8, 2021
The One Niche Which Earns Most In 2021

You might be worried about putting non-selling books onto the market because of choosing the wrong niche. Well, let me tell you the one niche which earns most in 2021!

Today's article has three points and you're going to want to stick around for the third point. Because it is going to tell you what you need to know to dominate a given niche.

So let's get into it. Today's topic is on the one niche which earns most in 2021! Now as you're getting started as an author, you may already be wondering "what should I be writing in?".

A lot of authors make a mistake and start with "well, what do I feel like writing in?". Then they write their book only to find that there is no market for it. You may have already done that or you've heard of authors doing that so you want to avoid that exact mistake.

The way that you do it is by knowing which niche you should be writing into. Now, we're not talking about writing in something you're not interested in. But we're saying we have a lot of interests and we're choosing ones that will be profitable for us in the long run.

So you're trying to figure it out and you begin to be a little bit of not doing anything. Because you just don't know which way you should go. That is what we're going to answer in today's article.

Before we get into the answers, grab a copy while you can of my absolutely free Self-Publishing Checklist. To make sure that you are not skipping any of the steps that so many authors make mistakes on when it comes to self-publishing.

Now let's get into it. When I first got started, I was thinking "what are niches?". I had no idea what niches were and why should I as somebody who is an aspiring author even really care?

So what do I do? You just do like what most authors do. You choose subjects and niches all over the place that you're interested in and just start writing books on them.

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I mean after all, what could go wrong? Well, a lot of things can go wrong. The answer is you can get no sales which a lot of authors lie to themselves and say "we don't really care whether our books are actually selling".

When in reality, you definitely care. What is the point? I know it's good to get your ideas in the world but if nobody's reading your stories, what is the point of that?

We want to make sure that we are targeting very closely to make sure about the markets that are out there. To make sure that we're writing not only in something we're interested in. But a niche that's profitable and we're doing it correctly.

That was what I was not doing. So what I discovered was that it is important to choose not 50 niches but one niche. Now you can have pen names that cover each of those niches but I'm starting to see that it is still not strategic if you're writing all the books.

You can do pen names by ghostwritten books and things like that. That is okay, if you're going to be writing the books, then you need to make sure it's in one niche. That is incredibly important and stick to that one niche.

Avoid Fads

You build a following and over time you become good at this niche and you become an authority. For example, for me, it would be the self-publishing niche. I've spent thousands of hours working on self-publishing, going through all of the steps.

Putting out nearly 200 books that are self-published onto the market. Discovering all of the tricks and the secrets to what is necessary to win at the self-publishing game. Which is the reason you're reading this article right now.

So the final point is you will watch your sales jump. And the very list that you're building off of these people who are following you will help you with your reviews. Because they are already liking you, so if you ask them to leave a review, they might do so.

What kind of review do you think those people who are on your email list who are reading your books were going to leave? You cannot ask them for five-star reviews but you can ask them for reviews. And if they're already on your list, well probably they like what exactly you're doing.

I know each one of you has something to contribute to this world. So in a sense, it's your responsibility to get out there. And without the reviews, nobody is going to buy your book and you will make less of an impact.

One of my goals is to make it easy for you to have as big of an impact as possible. That means getting your book onto the market and getting those reviews. So, the one niche which earns most in 2021!

Now, this is a little bit of a misnomer. The first thing is we need to avoid fads. So if there's something that's just burning and popular right now during this time of crisis, there can be some and I will explore them a little bit.

But some niches are not going to do so well for you in 2021. I mean they will do well now but maybe not in 2022. The other thing is you want to choose evergreen niches. Those are niches that are popular for a very very long time.

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I'll just mention them quickly because they're the most important. One of them would be health and beauty, so that would be like weight loss and beauty products and things like that. The other would be relationships, everybody's always interested in relationships and love.

The final one is making money online or making money in general. Those three categories are popular year-in and year-out. So if you're writing in those niches and particularly a sub-niche of one of those niches, then you may find yourself with something winning that will get your books sold.

But that being said, we are in 2021 and there are many books that I have on the market as well that are doing great. These are the markets that are doing great right now. I'm saying even though you would avoid fads, some of them will continue to be popular in the future.

One of them is exercise equipment. Can't go to the gym? No problem, you can exercise. The other one would be the books on politics, because of all of the stuff that's going on in the political storms we've been through, people are very curious about a lot of the stuff with politics.

Low Competition High Demand

The other is pet care, people are spending more money on their animals and they want to know how to take care of them properly. Another would be environmentalism which has become a very big thing with making things going green, renewable energy sources, and all sorts of stuff.

Another one would be cryptocurrency, that's something that is crazy hot right now. It may drop in the future but most people are saying, no it's going to continue to go up. A final one would be disinfectant products.

Now, this may be too fat-ish and close to 2021. I'm not sure everybody's going to go around spraying everything when we get to 2022, you'll have to wait and see. But if you have books that are on these subjects, these are subjects that are definite winners right now.

Low competition high demand almost any book we're putting on the market in these subjects will do well. Assuming you have a great cover, so the secret answer of the day is to choose a niche you enjoy. Where there is a demand, where people want to read books on this.

You'll see the books that are in that niche already selling. I use a tool called KDSpy to help me find where those niches are. That tells me whether or not this niche is a profitable niche or a loser one that's not going to make me any money at all.

So I would highly recommend you grab a copy of that tool to figure out which niches are the ones you should be publishing your books in. We're finding a high demand for something we're interested in and then just start creating book after book.

As I have mentioned in previous articles, the top earners on Amazon are earning $100,000 or more. They're sitting with 40 books each and if those books are all in the same niche that could be you're writing fiction and you've got the same like Harry Potter sort of series.

Or you're writing in the non-fiction and you choose one topic like "survivalism" or maybe you choose "windmills" or "backyard chickens", whatever it is. You're pounding away inside of that niche and not giving up until you succeed.

You're learning, you're growing, you're putting out higher quality books. You're building yourself an audience and you're getting the reviews you need for those books. Over time, we're watching and seeing what exactly can unfold.

The world wants to read your books, you just need to make it easy for them to do that exact action. So, have you found the one niche which earns most in 2021!? Did you choose the right niche for your books?

If you believe you chose the right niche, I want you to write the word "Yes" below in the comments. If you did not choose the right niche, like this was a terrible niche making no money with this one or maybe I've written the book but I don't know if anybody wants it, so write "No" below in the comments.

That will help me know because I need to know where you're coming from on this whole thing. So let me know, make your opinion known and I would greatly appreciate it. And check out my other articles and videos for more answers to your self-publishing questions.

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