Top 5 (Forever And Ever) Profitable Evergreen Blogging Niches

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Here's a list of the top 5 best profitable evergreen blogging niches for 2022, with sub-niches, that will stay evergreen and be profitable to blog about forever and ever!

When starting a blog, the most difficult choice you have to make is that of choosing a niche. After all, it limits what you can and cannot write about on your blog.

But that isn't the only problem. Some niches are better than others.

And finding a blogging niche that is proven to be profitable and will stay around for long can be difficult.

So, in this article, we will share with you some of the best evergreen blogging niches that even the pro bloggers bet their top dollars on.

What is an evergreen blogging niche?

While fads and trends go away, evergreen niches always remain. A fad diet or even a trendy diet like Keto or Paleo can go out of fashion pretty quick and once it does, people will stop visiting your blog if that's what it's about.

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Instead of blogging about the Paleo diet or Keto diet, it can sometimes be smarter to blog about “just” dieting in general. Instead of talking about one brand of golf clubs, it can be better to talk about “just” golf.

These are evergreen niches that will never go out of fashion and there will always be people in them ready to buy what you sell.

Now, some evergreen blogging niches are better than others. They pay more than others. They have more people searching for and needing them more than others.

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In this article, I will guide you through some of the time-tested evergreen blogging niches that you can choose from.

Why choose an evergreen niche?

Trends and fads can go out of style but an evergreen need doesn't. It's always relevant and popular.

Remember 2015? Back then, hoverboards were the go-to popular tech gadget. Today, not so popular.

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A diet can go out of style but losing weight never will. People might get over the paleo diet but there will always be people who want to lose weight.

If you choose a niche that isn't evergreen, you stand to lose all the work that you put into building your blog if that niche goes away.

For example, if you spend $5,000 creating content on the topic of the Paleo diet and then the diet goes out of fashion, then you will lose traffic and all the content you would have created would go to waste.

Now, this isn't to say that you shouldn't blog about trends or fads but if your blog is dependent on a trend or fad, you stand to lose your audience if the trend goes away.

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Top 5 Best Evergreen Blogging Niches

1. The Health Niche

The health niche is one of the biggest niches on the Internet. From looking up whether the mole on your hand is something you should see a doctor about, to losing weight or gaining muscle, our personal health is something we all spend lots of time and money on.

Blogs in the health niche generally target a pain point such as losing weight or gaining muscle or getting rid of addictions. The health niche is a big market that contains literally thousands of smaller niches in it.

When going with the health niche, you can either choose to target everything health or you could niche down even further.

For example, you could pick the diet niche and only talk about diets like DietDoctor.com.

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It's a blog that talks about all types of diets including fasting, keto, paleo, etc. If one of these diets goes out of fashion, it wouldn't make much of a dent to this blog.

Or you could talk about everything there is about health like HealthAmbition.com:

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They talk about everything from choosing a mattress to losing weight with juicing.

Here are some example sub-niches in the diet niche you could choose from:

  • Diet and Weight Loss.
  • Muscle Gain.
  • Supplements.
  • Habits.

Why is this niche evergreen?

People will always want to lose weight or gain weight or look for a quick fix for their ailments. Even if a particular diet goes away, there will remain millions of people who will want to lose weight. Even if a particular skincare trend goes out of fashion, people will still want advice on skincare.

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2. The Wealth Niche

Unless you live in a tribe, you need money for your daily expenses. But that's not enough for most of us. We all want to build wealth so that we can do whatever we want whenever we want.

The wealth niche is one of the most popular ones on the Internet. Whether you are looking to grow your multimillion-dollar business or start your first with just $100, this niche is where it is at.

Unlike the health niche, it is generally advisable to niche down as much as possible in the wealth niche. The reason is that there are a lot of scammers on the Internet who scam people with the promise of quick money. If you want to build an audience in the wealth niche, you need to niche down a little.

Instead of talking about all things wealth-creation, talk about making passive income online as Pat Flynn does over at SmartPassiveIncome.com:

smartpassiveincome

Or write about building affiliate websites like Dom does over at HumanProofDesigns.com:

humanproofdesigns

Here are some example sub-niches in the wealth niche you could choose from:

  • Personal Finance.
  • Make Money Online.
  • Passive Online Income.
  • How to start a blog and blogging tips.
  • Building Affiliate Sites.
  • Real Estate Buying/Leasing.
  • Fundraising For Startups.

Why is this niche evergreen?

People will always want to make more money. Even the ones who already have a lot. The biggest players in this market are mostly copywriters who are good at selling. These people know this niche is one of the biggest moneymakers. And competition in this niche is only a sign that it is profitable.

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3. The Dating Niche

The dating niche has been around for a very long time. Bloggers in this niche make money in a variety of ways. From offering love advice to writing reviews about hookup websites, there's something for everyone in this niche.

If you are thinking about taking a dive into this niche, I recommend that you choose a demographic. For example, writing dating advice for women. The reason is that you need to build trust in this market if you want people to come back to your site and niching down (even if only based on demographics) will give you a huge advantage over others.

There are lots of blogs in the dating niche that make well over a million dollars every year just by publishing dating advice. A good example is David DeAngelo's DoubleYourDating.com:

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His site reportedly makes over 20 million dollars every year.

Here are some example sub-niches in the dating niche you could choose from:

  • Dating Advice For Men.
  • Dating Advice For Women.
  • Online Dating Tips.
  • Online Dating Sites Reviews.

Why is this niche evergreen?

Dating is something everyone is interested in and always will be. If you write reviews about dating services, you will never run out of content as there always will be new ones coming out with new features all the time. And if you write dating advice, there will always be thousands of people who need it.

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4. The Self-Help Niche

Growth is an intrinsic drive in every human. We all want to grow and improve our lives. Whether it is Tim Ferriss-style lifestyle design or improving productivity, there are bloggers out there who can help you better deal with your personal problems.

The best part about the self-help niche is that you don't have to be the next giant Tony Robbins to make money and you certainly don't have to be an expert on what you talk about. You just need to be good enough to teach other people.

There are bloggers in this niche who simply share what they learn with their audience. This could be anything from building more confidence to relationships and spirituality. One such blogger that comes to mind is James Clear of JamesClear.com:

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He writes about self-improvement and productivity. He started his blog only a few years ago. And it has now led to him writing a New York Times bestseller and creating an online course on building habits that has thousands of students.

Another great example is Tiago Forte of ForteLabs.co:

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He writes about Productivity, Knowledge Management, and Flow. He has built a huge community around his site simply by publishing regular content on the topics of productivity and self-improvement.

Why is this niche evergreen?

Self-Improvement deals with improving oneself and growing as a person which is a drive we all have. There are thousands of blogs in the self-help niche and millions of people who regularly read those blogs.

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5. The Technology Niche

Even if you aren't a nerd, you probably come across websites in the tech niche every once in a while. Blogs in this niche make money by writing reviews about technology products such as phones and laptops.

They also make money by publishing tips and advice on using technology better or fixing things such as a router.

The technology niche is crowded but it is deep too. You have lots of sub-niches to choose from. From writing about security to writing reviews of the best laptops, there are literally thousands of sub-niches to choose from.

If you think there isn't much money in writing product reviews, then take a look at Wirecutter.com:

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Wirecutter publishes product reviews for thousands of products and was acquired by The New York Times for over $30 million. Even if you aren't that ambitious, publishing product reviews or writing about technology can generate a serious passive income.

All the products that Wire Cutter reviews on their website are affiliate products. They make money every time someone buys from their affiliate link.

If you don't want to review products such as smartphones and laptops, you can write about anything that is related to technology. For example, Instructables is a blog about creating DIY stuff with tools such as Arduino:

instructables

They have been around for a very long time and have built an audience of millions of people.

Here are some example sub-niches in the technology niche you could choose from:

Why is this niche evergreen?

There are thousands of technology products on the market with new products coming out every day. If you decide to write reviews for just smartphones, you would be amazed to see just how many new smartphones are released every month. And that's not all, with new technologies coming out every year, there are thousands of topics you can write about.

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Quick summary

It is important to choose a good niche that is evergreen. It can make or break your success.

Most people come to blogging with a niche in their minds. If you aren't one of them, choosing a niche from our list of evergreen niches can help you fast-track your way to success.

Even if you choose a niche from our list above, I recommend that you try to “sub” niche down a little further.

It will help you separate yourself from others and easily find an audience. Instead of talking about everything health and trying to become the next MayoClinic, writing about weight loss for mothers will be much better and easier.

Whatever niche you choose, at the end of the day, what matters most is that you get started.

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