by Bill Hemerick
We all possess information that is unique and valuable and can be marketed on the internet as an information product. The internet allows us access to people who are searching for the exact information that you have to provide.

I know you probably are thinking that I am making it sound too easy and don’t get me wrong, there is a lot of work that goes into it. That work doesn’t have to be centered around market demand or anything technical like that either. You should just list your abilities and hobbies and start your market research based on that list.

The world wide web makes marketing and presenting your informational products to many more people than previously possible. The best part about it is that it isn’t a matter of convincing people to buy your products because they are already looking for them anyway. To get started, choose an interest of yours that is easy for you to discuss with other people. It is good if you are legitimately interested in this topic and have a decent level of knowledge and familiarity with it. It could be anything from a family recipe to the way your win poker games.

Just pick one you like and that you know a little bit about and we will use that one to compile your first E-book. Once you have selected the topic I want you to go to a website called and join as a publisher. This may take you a few days to complete as their membership guidelines change once in a while and they may require you to speak on the phone with them. Get it completed and become a publisher.

The next step is to research how many products are on that are similar or the same as the product you are contemplating. I know this may sound crazy, but if you find a lot of competing products, that is good.

If you dont find many it could be one of two things. Either you are a creative genius and you have tapped a completely open niche, or you chose a product that not too many people have been able to monetize yet. Either way you want to look at it, you should probably re-evaluate your selection.

Choose the niche that you are most knowledgeable on, and that has a healthy amount of competition in it. Next, see if there is a large gap in the services each product offers that you may be able to fill with your product. If one product is a membership and another offers a service, then maybe your product would be a video series on the same topic, etc.

E-bay is a second viable way to do market research. You simply look Ebay over and see if there are E-books that are in your chosen niche. Pay careful attention to their price and if they are selling or not.

If you see a bunch of them then that is good. If not, again consider re-considering your niche topic. You can also use E-book website that have vast libraries of E-books. The same principles apply regarding market saturation and niche availability.

About the Author:
Gavin King is an internet market and enjoys writing ebooks and articles about how you can get paid for writing ebooks and free ebooks to download and resell

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