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Niche Selection: The Three P’s of Internet Marketing by Terry Dean

Just been listening in on a Terry Dean Interview.

If you don’t know Terry he’s a pioneer of Internet Marketing and one of the most ethical marketers you could meet online.

He started out selling pizzas for $8 an hour and went onto to become a marketing legend and retired at 30.

Before he got bored… and got back into the business.

When quizzed about finding a niche to go into — and let’s face it, we’ve all wasted a s**t load of time procrastinating about this — he summed it up with the three P’s.


Let’s keep it simple, it doesn’t matter how fast you run the race unless you cross the finishing line.

If there’s one BIG reason folk fail online, it’s because they have a million and one projects they never finished.

If you have a niche you’re passionate about — and others are equally passionate about — then it’s going to make your life a whole lot more fun and interesting!


The quickest and easiest way to know your market is profitable is finding others selling what you’re selling.

If you’re the only person in your niche, then be very afraid! The reason your niche is “undiscovered” is probably because it’s stone cold dead!


The importance of proof has never been more apparent. You only have too look at what seperates the BEST selling marketing products from the worst.

The don’t just have proof… they have it in abundance!

Thing is you don’t have to have subscribers and buyers with proof. What about your own? If you’ve experienced and DONE something in the past, then use it.  If you’re an affiliate then it’s simply proof the product is actually worth the money.

If you’re a competition winning martial artist then your trophies are all the proof you need your product teaching techniques WORKS!

That’s proof enough.

If you’d like to find out more about Terry Dean and his ultra-low cost monthly mentoring club then click HERE.

He’s a master of traffic, a master of conversion and teaches marketing 101 that works online and off!

Alan’s Internet Marketing

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