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I received an email from a reader named John asking a fairly common question.

Think of expensive activities like golf, sailing, fishing, travel, hunting.

Yep, that's over 200,000 products just on Amazon for this weird niche.

And these products sell too, you can tell by the volume of reviews on Amazon.

It takes just as much time and effort to promote a e Book as it does a luxury yacht program or private jet charter that pays hundreds to thousands of dollars in commission per sale And you don't need to make many sales to make a serious profit.

The refund rate on high end products is much lower than on e Books too.

See these niche 'hacks' on the paleo diet and this "ugly" niche to get some ideas. The online business industry in the UK alone is worth £100bn according to The Guardian, that's twice as large as the hotel and restaurant industry.

Then the gambling industry is worth over .5 billion US dollars according to Statistics Brain.

Does this show you how popular and lucrative these niches can be? Hobbies and activities are also stupidly profitable if you target the ones where the customers have a lot of money to spend on their passion.

Just take some of these other niches for example... When something makes someone feel happy or gives them pleasure they will spend money on it over and over again.

The health market includes niches such as diets and weight loss, embarrassing problems, quit smoking and medical issues to name but a few.

Euro Monitor report that the health and wellness industry will be worth too.

And the Forex industry trades over .1 trillion per day according to Wiki.

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