Over the years, I’ve done a lot of niche research, and LOVE doing  it! Unfortunately, I can’t go into every niche I come across: I’d rather get into niches that at least interest me.

So, why let all those niches I came across go to waste, when I can share them and help someone? So  from now on, every Friday I’ll post research for a new niche.

My research will include several things:

– top 10 high paying keywords for those who intend to create AdSense sites

– top 10 most searched keywords

– hot ideas for that specific niche

– resources for that niche

– possible affiliate programs

– monetization suggestions

Today’s niche is Sciatic Nerve. Let’s get started.

Top 10 Highest Paying Keywordssciatic nerve surgery $3.13

pinched sciatica nerve $2.92

sciatic nerve pain treatment $2.53

treatment for sciatic nerve $2.34

sciatic nerve treatment $2.12

sciatica nerve treatment $1.96

sciatica nerve pain $1.83

sciatica nerve damage $1.78

pinched sciatic nerve $1.73

sciatic nerve pain relief #1.56

Top 10 Most Searched Keywordssciatic nerve 49,500

sciatic nerve pain 27,100

sciatic nerve treatment 6,600

siatic nerve 5,400 (misspelling of the main keyword)

sciatic nerve exercises 3,600

sciatic nerve pain relief 2,900

sciatica nerve 2,400

sciatic nerve relief 1,900

pinched sciatic nerve 1,600

exercises for sciatic nerve 1,300

Hot Ideas

– create a review site, where you review books about sciatic nerve health,  equipment that will help relive sciatic pain, alternative treatment information, etc.

– add videos about sciatic pain relief, exercises for maintaining a good back etc.

– add an affiliate store with shoes, equipment, etc. that promote a healthy back



YouTube for videos


Possible Affiliate Programs

ClickBank has several offers you could promote: following are just a few examples that have no leaks and look promising.

Lose the Back Pain System

Amazon.com has several books about the subject, as well as exercise equipment

Monetization Suggestions

As mentioned above, you can monetize your site with AdSense, affiliate links to Amazon.com products (or CJ or SAS for that matter), Clickbank offers, and of course, if you are willing to put the effort into it, you could create your own product to offer your audience (think JV with local chiropractors, and creating a video product, an ebook, or a report that you give away to your visitors to capture their information for your list): lots of opportunities!


At the time of this posting these domains are available (they all have a good number of searches for the respective phrase):

sciaticnerveexercise.net, sciaticnerveexercise.org

sciaticnerveexercises.net, sciaticnerveexercises.org


sciaticnervepaincure (.com, .net., .org) are all available

sciaticnervetreatments (.com, .net., .org) are all available

Good luck! Let me know if you have any questions, and if you end up using this research, I’d love to hear about it.

11 comments on “Free Niche Research Friday”

  1. Hey Adriana,

    This is an awesome idea! This should really help people see the process and what can be done. This should definitely open up some opportunities for others out there. Thanks for sharing these ideas. I will definitely be keeping an eye on this blog every Friday. Is there a way to sign-up for a RSS feed so this will be emailed to me? That would be great. Thanks again!


  2. Ty, an RSS feed sign up in on the list of things to do this weekend. Thanks for your comments.

  3. What a great idea. Since I’m in the “health” area, this may be a great one for me. Hard to do (as you stated) every niche you find even in the general health area. Thanks for sharing this.

  4. This is a great idea. I don’t have a handle on the whole niche research thing, just the basics but I love this idea.

    Will you consider taking requests for a topic. That would really be cool!

  5. Angie, high paying keywords refer to AdSense payout for those who create sites for AdSense income.

    Linette, sure. If you have a niche you are interested in, feel free to post it here, and I’ll post the research in an upcoming Friday’s post.

  6. It’s great to see this fleshed out. The real live examples are extremely helpful. Where do get your search numbers?

  7. Kayla, I start out by checking out niches with a good number of searches with Jon Leger’s Niche Horde. Once I identify the niche, I go to the Google keyword tool, set it to exact match, and go to work. I love doing this kind of research.

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