Honestly speaking, when it comes to sourcing for products to sell on your online store, the list is literally endless. But if you’re new to this, or having difficulty expanding into more niche ideas, I hope this list can serve as the key into a world of abundance.

In a nutshell, here it is!

  1. Kitchen
  2. Sports
  3. Pet Supplies
  4. Health and Fitness
  5. Medical and Elderly Care (avoid supplements for now)
  6. Maternity and Parenthood
  7. Office
  8. Home and Garden
  9. Hobbies and Recreations

Now I hear some of you are complaining, “too broad!”. Yes, I agree. And as my mentor always emphasizes to me, in order to find real success online, you need to master the sub-niche of a niche. So, let’s niche down!

  1. Kitchen: dining sets, cutting surfaces, food preparation…
  2. Sports: golf, basketball, bowling, physical therapy braces…
  3. Pet Supplies: dog beds, cat litter boxes, cat scratch, pet travel supplies…
  4. Health and Fitness: weight loss massages, aeropilates, wearable technology…
  5. Medical and Elderly Care: CPAP/Sleep relief, vital monitoring equipment, braces and supports…
  6. Maternity and Parenthood: baby food prep, baby monitors, baby travel supplies…
  7. Office: Paper shredders, office organization, office fitness…
  8. Home and Garden: hammocks, gardening tools, outdoor speakers…
  9. Hobbies and Recreation: baking, arts and crafts, survival, magic, gardening, fishing…

See, any one of the above niches is actually broad enough for an online store. The list will just go on and on and on… But, as what we encourage in our education program, Online Store Growth Mastery (OSGM), start with at least 4 niches. Because different niche suits different personality, so when you’re first starting out, don’t limit your exposure. Start by selling products across 4 niches. You will eventually launch your subsequent niche specific stores when you have good selling products.

Happy selling!