Top 20 Micro Niche Site Ideas (New)

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I really enjoy archery and it’s a fantastic hobby enjoyed by millions of people around the world.  However, I’ve been extremely surprised how little information is available online about archery.  I’ve searched for SO many topics that I just simply don’t find any good answers for.

An archery hobby website would be AWESOME!

How to monetize this site: Some things people will likely buy from a local store which can set up the bow for them.  These may include the bow itself and arrows.  However, there are tons of accessories you could sell as an affiliate on your website.  You could link them to Amazon and get a cut of the sale for targets (and 3d targets), releases, bow cases, tree stands, etc.  All of these items are over $100 and would give you a substantial affiliate commission.

2. Boat Buyer’s Guide

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If you haven’t noticed by this point in the post, I’m getting most of these ideas because I’m looking for information on Google and not finding what I’m looking for.  That’s an underserved niche.  Yesterday I bought a SWEET 22′ Pontoon Boat for fishing/skiing/towing the kids around the lake on tubes.

Obviously with such a hugely valuable niche where people will be spending on average around $30,000 to $60,000 on a boat, there will be tons of information and reviews available, right?  Wrong!  In fact, MOST of the boats that I was interested in had zero reviews to be found anywhere on the internet.  Zero.  And all the manufacturers showed was a few pictures, sometimes a sales video, and an abbreviated spec sheet.  That’s it.  I scoured the internet for unbiased reviews of boats and did not find anything helpful at all.

I couldn’t sleep last night and woke up at 3AM, so I ran upstairs and registered a domain name.  I was shocked that it was available, but turns out that this is such a poorly served niche that there are lots of awesome domain names that I had to choose from.

My goal with this site is really only to write about 25-30 pages with information as I learn about boats and do customizations to my boat.  I’m also adding a forum.  Forums seem to be very popular with boat owners so I’m anxious to have others generate content for me.  I don’t have huge plans for this site, but I’m sure it will bring in a few thousand a month if I don’t fizzle out.  This is going to be my fun project for the next little while.

How to monetize this site: Sponsorships could make the site huge, advertising could make the site decent, and affiliate sales on products could do well too.  I don’t see digital products being huge on this one except for the boat restoration niche, which could be cool.  Find some boat repair/restoration experts on the internet and offer them $1,000 to spend two days with you showing you their boat restoration techniques.  Hire a videographer for $500 to video the pro teaching you, and sell the video for $199.

3. Lens Finder

If you are a budding photographer, you know that good lenses are insanely expensive–often costing $2,000 or more.  Photographers research lenses to no end before buying.  There are lots of good reviews of lenses already available on the Internet, but nobody really helps walk you through the process of selecting a lens.

If you create a website and have the top navigation bar be all the different types of lenses (wildlife lenses, sports lenses, portrait photography lenses, etc) and then make drop down menus for the different brands of cameras, you could create a site where people come, choose what brand of camera they have and what they want their lens to do and viola!  You have a page on your site that shows them the good, better, and best lens options at different price points.  This kind of site could be really popular and insanely useful.  That’s a recipe for success.

How to monetize this site: Did I mention that the Amazon.com commission on one of those lenses is about $80?  That’s a pretty healthy commission if you get hundreds of thousands of people coming to your site who want to buy a lens.


4. Video Editing Hardware

A few months ago I was in the market for a new desktop computer that could handle editing 1080p video.  I didn’t want a computer that could handle 1080p video.  I wanted a computer that could eat, chew, and spit out 1080p video.  I was tired of waiting for things to render.  So, I set out to find good computers for video editing.  What a mess!  Thousands of articles, thousands of opinions from computer nerds, and nobody simply told me the answer.  I just wanted a page that has good, better, best and then to SHOW ME in a practical sense what it is like editing video on that machine.   I spent days researching whether I should build my own computer (which would be a good topic in and of itself) or if I could find one for a decent price that did what I wanted it to do.

There are lots of resources about finding computers for video editing, but nobody answered my questions in a simple way.  That means there is an unfulfilled niche.

How to monetize this site: Obviously, this screams affiliate marketing to get a commission from expensive computer equipment.  But this site could also benefit from a video course as well.  You could get all the parts the people need and show them exactly what to buy, then create a video course showing them step-by-step how to put the computer together with exactly those pieces.  Show them on video how the computer performs at that price and how it will perform if you spend a little more money on hardware.


5.  Dog Sports Gear

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It was really random how I came across this keyword, but it’s severely less competitive than I would think it would be.  In the last few years the phrase “dog sports” has popped up.  When you start typing the keyword in Google, you’ll see that it brings up the suggested search “dog sports gear.”  Bingo!

When someone does a search for something like “dog sports GEAR” it means “I’m bored on the internet and want to buy something for my dog.”  Those are the best kind of customer 

How to monetize this site: Personally, I’d build up the site for 8 months or a year with just Amazon Associates commissions.  Once the site hits about $2,000 per month, I’d probably start private labeling Amazon products with the brand name or move into something like drop shipping.

6.  Pottery

This could be a really cool niche site if you have any interest in getting into pottery–it’s fine if you’re not into it right now.  Pottery is a specialized art form that requires several pieces of equipment (hence amazon purchases) and is complicated enough that anyone learning it would need a good tutorial.

How to monetize this site: I think this one is obvious.  Amazon affiliate.


7. Wall Decorating

Take the exact same business model from tip #10 above and apply it to wall decorating.

My wife is an excellent home decorator.  I don’t remember the last time someone came into my home without hearing  a comment on the way my wife decorates.  One comment I frequently hear is “Oh!  That looks so nice!  I wish I could figure out how to put things together like that.”

Many people (especially, but not only women) would love to decorate their homes nicely.  But when they go through stores they, like me, see lots of nice items but do not have a vision for how they could go together.

Create a blog showing your own great wall designs (meaning how you put things together on a wall) and your audience would be nearly as big as everyone who has a wall in their home.

This business would be ridiculously simple to market.  Just take pictures of the wall decorating ideas you make and pin them on Pinterest!  I wouldn’t even bother creating much of a blog.  Just spend time on Pinterest and you could absolutely KILL it!

How to monetize this site: I would probably focus for about 3 months on getting lots of content and developing a Pinterest following.  Then, have a “buy this wall” each month.  Source items that all go together beautifully that you could drop ship and let someone buy the whole wall for $500.  You don’t need to touch inventory because the items are all drop shipped.


8. Makeup To Go

Do you notice a trend in the last few ideas?  People on the web no longer want information spread across 20 websites.  They want to find one targeted website that has precisely what they need all in one place.

Do you think someone has thought of making a website about makeup before?  Yep, tens of thousands of them.  But what about a site that shows you precisely the makeup styles that women want, including precisely how to apply it and precisely the brands of makeup you use?

This is another site my wife would love to visit.  She has bought a couple books teaching makeup styles.  It would be awesome if there were a site where each blog post was a full A-to-Z makeup style.  Take a face with no makeup, show exactly which makeups you’re using and a video of how you apply the makeup.  Show the finished result.

Before-and-Afters have a big impact and it’s really shareable content, so I think a site like this could dominate on Pinterest.

I think you DEFINITELY need to do a Youtube channel if you’re doing a site about makeup.  Makeup tutorials are often the top trending content on Youtube.

How to monetize this site: I think Amazon affiliate and ads could be a good way to monetize this site.


9. Home Automation

I love finding ways for my home to do work FOR me.  I install self-closing hinges instead of constantly asking the kids to shut the door to the toy room, I have Amazon Alexa set up to turn on my tv and change all my inputs when I verbally ask it to, I have digital door locks and wifi lightbulbs, etc.

Home automation is a hot category and would make for an interesting niche site.

I am not big on social media for niche sites.  It wastes a ton of time and over the last 3 years has proven to provide less and less traffic as Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites have made changes to hurt small businesses.  However, for a site like this you’d be FAR better off with a Youtube channel to push traffic to the site.

How to monetize this site: Advertising revenue would be nice after 80,000 pageviews (where many ad networks will take your site and revenue increases dramatically from Google Ads), and also affiliate programs.


10.  Mountain Climbing

Mountain climbing requires a very large amount of expensive gear, and much of it has an expiration date and must be replaced every 2-5 years.  So mountain climbing makes a lot of sense as an affiliate product.  Also, if you focus your niche on mountain climbing, you also could pick up people interested in indoor rock climbing, rappelling, canyoneering, etc.

How to monetize the site:  Amazon affiliate.  Also, Cabelas and REI have affiliate programs.

11.  Inventing

I would love  to find a great online resource for manufacturing basics.  I have had some ideas for products I’d like to invent for my audience, but I have no idea where to start.

On a blog like this, you could write about how to draw up the engineering plans for a product, where to go to get manufacturing for cheap, outsourcing to China, etc.  This would be a great topic for an engineer to write about, or someone who is passionate about inventing and wants to share information as he or she learns it.

How to monetize the site: Are you kidding?  There are a million possibilities, but this screams “Membership site” to me right now.  Anyone prepared to manufacture a product is ready to spend tens of thousands of dollars.  Who wouldn’t pay a subscription fee to get you to show them step by step through the process?

12.  3d Printing

First of all, who cares if this business is going to be successful!?!?  I have just given you an idea for how you can justify buying a 3d printer, and even better, it’ll be tax deductible!  🙂

3d printing is a booming industry right now.  3d printers are machines that start with a chunk of plastic and essentially cut out whatever you design on the computer.  You can make clothing, jewelry, technology accessories, all kinds of things.  Writing a blog about what can be made with 3d printers, reviewing the best 3d printers, and having info on making the best designs would be AWESOME!  I might even follow this kind of blog even though I don’t have a 3d printer, just because I want to get one so bad!

How to monetize the site: I think an online class in 3d printing software would be a big hit!

13.  Sound Mixing

My wife is a fantastic singer/piano player.  As in, seriously amazing.  She wouldn’t like it much, but I would LOVE to have a CD of her singing some of my favorite songs.

I have looked all over the web for good tutorials on mixing a professional music track, but came up empty handed.  Without some audio sweetening and knowing how to set up the mics right, it would sound horrible if I did it myself.  I would DEFINITELY buy an online class on sound mixing from someone who really knows their stuff.

You could also interview audio technicians from Hollywood and famous studios, do reviews of popular music tracks, etc.

How to monetize this site: I would make a downloadable video course for this site.  Price the main video course at $69.99 and then have tons of upsells for $29.99 for “Vocal Recording Masterclass,” “Piano Recording Masterclass,” “Mixing in Adobe Audition,” etc.

14. Hacks That Work

I saw a Facebook page pop up in my newsfeed this week that is a pretty cool idea.  It’s someone who simply goes through Pinterest and finds really clever tips for life and shares them on a blog.  It’s cool, because something like this could get you traffic rolling into the website in an afternoon, not months like it takes with Google traffic.

KEEP IN MIND that this site would likely get much more traffic from Pinterest than Google and thus may not be a stable source of traffic.  Sites relying on social sharing of articles are not a slam dunk like informational articles getting Google traffic.  This one is a bit more risky.

Pinterest traffic is so excellent because whether your site is 2 minutes or 2 years old, your good content still gets shared around immediately.

But there are tons of sites that share “cool ideas.”  The twist that would really help this site build an audience of raving fans is that you actually TEST all of the ideas and share them each day, as either a “success” or “fail.”

So let’s say someone shares on Pinterest that you can easily remove soap scum from a faucet by pouring vinegar on it.  Do the actual test and take pictures of the experiment.  Share one experiment per day on your blog.

How to monetize this site: This website is one of few sites that I’d probably say advertising is a good option for.  Usually I find that advertising doesn’t pay nearly as well as information products, but a site like this could bring in millions of pageviews in short order.  Also, you could sell books of the top 100 hacks for different topics.


15. How to Run a Marathon

Frankly, I do not care whether there is a site on the same topic as one I’m building.  My most profitable website is a photography website.  Not any specific niche of photography.  Just photography in general.  Guess what?  I wasn’t the first photography site.  There are hundreds of thousands of sites about photography!  It really doesn’t matter.  Even if someone else has a “better” site than mine, some people will identify with me, like the way I write better than other sites, will find my site first, etc.  You don’t have to be the only one in a niche to make a site work.  Not at all!  In fact, I have had more success building sites in busy niches than in empty ones.  The fact that people are there means there are potential customers and visitors there.

I ran a marathon in September 2013 with my wife Emily.  We trained for months, looked for podcasts on running a marathon, read tons of blogs about running your first marathon, bought products and books and running clothes, etc.  A marathon is a big deal for people, so if you can help them succeed–you have a fan!

I know what you’re saying.  What if this idea sounds good to you, but you aren’t an expert?  What if you haven’t ever even run a marathon before?  Who cares!  Share with others as you learn and just be honest with people that you are learning too, but you want to share what you learn.  The Internet is full of self-proclaimed “gurus” so it’s refreshing to read a blog that is down-to-earth.

When you create this site, be sure to add a podcast to it.  I looked long and hard for a good running podcast and couldn’t find one I loved.

How to monetize this site: I would definitely go the route of the online course.  Make a four month marathon bootcamp.  When people buy your online video training, they get the videos of you showing them how it’s done.  As an email course, you can set this up so they get email reminders when they are on day 20 what their running schedule should be, etc.  You could earn money in a lot of different ways with this site.  It would be excellent for sponsorships, but also Amazon affiliate sales and video courses.  Heck, even an eBook could be really good for this niche.  The door is wide open.

16.  Smart Watch

If you follow the tech industry, you know that wearable activity tracking devices are all the rage right now.  Apple, Samsung, Windows, Fitbit, Pebble, and other companies are pouring in hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars into this industry.  Yet, I haven’t really seen any good blogs about smart watches.

Register a domain and get on it!  You can review all of the current offerings by simply buying them on Amazon, testing them out for a month, and then returning them before your return window ends.  I personally don’t have any problem doing this because it means that I’m going to send TONS of traffic to Amazon, so I think it’s in their best interest.

Review the new gear, write about rumors of new devices, test battery life, curate youtube videos of good reviews from others, compare prices, etc.

How to monetize this site: Affiliate marketing and ads

17.  International Phone

I travel out of the country somewhat frequently to do photography.  When I do, I HATE not being able to use my phone normally.

It’s very complicated to figure out what you need to get voice, data, and texting back on your phone in another country without racking up huge bills.  Each country is different.  Some countries you need to get a local SIM, some countries you just need to call your cell provider and turn on international data, some countries just don’t have good enough service to make it reasonable to use a phone, etc.

Make a website that solves the stupid problem!  Make a post for each country and each cell provider with a clear, definitive answer.

How to monetize the site: Link to international sim cards on Amazon, get LOADS of advertising from companies like iroam.com, etc.

18. Live Video Editing

For many years I’ve wanted to be able to record Youtube videos with multiple camera angles and just have a little switcher on my desk that I can just switch which camera is being used.  Then when I’m done, I have an already-edited video file on my hard drive ready to upload to Youtube.

Churches are an example of another customer that needs this.  Smaller churches don’t have a film crew but do have a few volunteers who could run a basic video switcher to make their sermons available online.

This is an extremely complicated thing to learn and most of the info assumes you’re a video pro.  I’ve been testing products like the Black Magic Atem 1/ME (hated it) and the Cerevo Livewedge (love it), and I’m always shocked with how little step-by-step info is available online for learning about this.

A how-to site with lots of product reviews would be FABULOUS!  I’m your first reader as long as you do a good job!

How to monetize this site: I’d keep it simple with two monetization strategies: (1) Amazon associates for people who buy the gear, and (2) a $300 1-hour consult over Skype for groups that want your expertise in getting everything set up flawlessly.  I’d be shocked if this site didn’t succeed with the right blogger.

19.  Soundproof Your Home

With floor plans getting more open, homes are getting louder!  Many people buy an open floor plan and install hardwood floors instead of carpet and then can’t hear themselves think when the kids are playing in the other room.  Also, more and more people are working from home, which means they need a quiet home office.

Soundproofing a room in your home is a popular search term on Google, and there are TONS AND TONS of products you can recommend and link to Amazon for people to buy.  And you’ll earn 8% of the products they buy after clicking your affiliate link to Amazon.  The best part of it is that the products are often in the $200 range, which I find to be a sweet spot for Amazon Associates.  It’s enough money that you get a good commission, but not so absurdly expensive that people won’t buy.

You could link to soundproof blankets to put on a glass door of an office, rubber padding to put in door jams, how to quiet a noisy computer fan, how to silence squeaks in a floor, etc.  All of those articles would also mention products on Amazon.  This could be a very passive site.

How to monetize this site: I’d keep it simple.  Just use Amazon Associates.  It’s free to sign up and you get a 4-8% commission on most items you refer.

20. Drones

I’ve been flying quadcopters and RC helicopters for 5 years.  I bought the original DJI phantom when it was announced and have owned several since then.

Drones are a RED HOT industry.  I had an article rank about drones on my photography site and I received messages from the two largest drone manufacturers’ marketing departments about it.  I also saw many affiliate commissions come through from that article when people were buying drones.

On the ABC show Shark Tank, I’ve never seen the sharks so excited as they were when a small drone company came on the show.  They recognized what a hot industry this was and fought over it.

Create a site about drones and make this one an active website.  Review drones as they come out, write about the rumors of upcoming drone leaks, tips for flying drones, embed youtube videos of things people are doing with drones, etc.  Dominate this niche!

There are lots of websites out there about drones right now, but there really isn’t anyone out in the lead on this one.  The sites I’ve seen could be easily overtaken by a skilled blogger.

How to Monetize the Site: This site is ripe for products.  Video courses on how to pass the Part 107 exam in the United States, courses on cinematography with drones, how to start an aerial photography business, etc.  When you have these courses created, PLEASE email me because I’ll gladly be an affiliate for your products.  I could send you TONS of business from my photography site.

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