My List Of 141+ Profitable Kindle Book Niches


amazon kindle booksI've had a few people tell me that they've struggled with finding profitable niches to publish Kindle books on, as they feel that all of the “good ones” are gone.  This is simply not true!  In this blog post, I want to share with you my thoughts towards competition and saturation in the Amazon Kindle marketplace, as well as reveal to you a list of 100+ profitable non-fiction Kindle book niches.

Why I Am Never Worried About Competition

I'm never worried about competition.  Not only do I think that worrying about competition is an unhealthy “scarcity” mentality, but it's also a limitation that we put on ourselves that prevents us from taking action.  I view the world of business as being abundant.  There are literally MILLIONS of opportunities awaiting you that you can make money and profit from.  In the case of publishing Kindle books on Amazon, this couldn't be more true.

amazon kindle book chartThe fact is, publishing Kindle books on Amazon is a hugely untapped market.  Amazon literally gets MILLIONS of visitors each day that are visiting their website to buy products, and it's growing everyday.  There is no doubt that Amazon is one of the top retailers in the world and are clearly the #1 book retailer.  Millions of Kindle e-readers are being sold every year, and the numbers keep climbing.  Not only that, but the Kindle marketplace has rapidly been expanding all over the world.  In fact, Amazon recently infiltrated the Australian market with Kindle on November 13, 2013.

With all of this being said, can you imagine the opportunity that you have by publishing a Kindle book to get in front of all of these people?  

I think we can now agree that the demand for Kindle books is massive and growing everyday.  While thousands of Kindle book are being published every month on Amazon, you shouldn't be worried.  The reason why there is little concern is simply because there is NO WAY that publishers can publish too many books that the market becomes saturated – the market is simply too big.  As Amazon grows, so does the opportunity for making money publishing Kindle books on Amazon.  

There are literally thousands of potential niches available to publish Kindle books in, many of which have very low competition.  In fact, most niches in Amazon only have a couple hundred or couple thousand competing books in them.  While this might sound like a lot, it isn't much when you can see the thousands of searches these niches get every single day.  To compare things, the search engine Google has MILLIONS of competing websites for each niche or category, while Amazon only has hundreds or thousands.

The bottom line is, if you know how to effectively market and rank your Kindle book, you will NEVER have to worry about competition as you can always get to the top.  With Google, despite there being millions of competing websites, if you know how to effectively rank your website through search engine optimization then you can always get to the top of the search results.  Most Kindle publishers have no idea what they're doing – they have no idea how to market their book.  By knowing how to market and rank your Kindle book, you have an edge over your competition and will never have to worry about them.

Here's My List Of 141+ Profitable Kindle Book Niches…

I've compiled a list of 100+ profitable non-fiction Kindle book niches that you could easily create and publish a Kindle e-book on.  These are all niches that customers are searching for on Amazon, so I have no doubt that you could easily profit from them.  Of course, you'd want to ensure to do the proper keyword research and competition analysis that I walk you through in my Kindle Money Mastery program, as some niches will be more profitable than others.

Anger Management
Anti Aging
Back Pain
Bass Fishing
Become A Nurse
Bird Training/Train Your Bird to Talk
Boating & Sailing
Camping and Hiking
Chicken Coops
Chronic Fatigue
Classic Cars
Credit Problems
Cure Hemorrhoids
Debt Management
Dog Training
Eating Disorders
Get Your Ex Back
Hair Loss
Heart Disease
Home Improvement
Horse Racing
Horses Training
How To Be Confident
How To Budget
How to Get Rid of Panic Attacks
How to Learn French
How to Learn German
How to Learn Guitar
How to Learn Italian
How to Learn Spanish
How to Play the Piano
How to Play the Violin
Insurance (home/auto/life/pet)
Interior Design
Invest In Gold
Lawn Care
Learn The Guitar
Learn To Dance
Learn To Sing
Life Coaching
Low Fat Recipes
Make Money
Magic Tricks
Marriage Advice
Martial Arts
Memory Improvement
Mental Health
Model Trains
Mountain Biking
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscle Gain
Mutual Fund Investing
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Organic Food
Pet Problems
Public Domain
Real Estate
Saltwater Fishing
Scuba Diving
Self-Sustainability (solar power/wind-power/water filtration)
Single Parenting
Stock Investing
Stop Smoking
Stop Snoring
Tattoo Removal
Time Management
Wedding Planning
Wedding Speeches
Weight Loss
Weight Training
Wine Making

There you have it!  These 141+ book niches don't even scratch the surface of what's available out there.  Below, I'll go into ways you can find even more profitable niches to publish Kindle books on.

Where You Can Find Even More Kindle Book Niches…

I love to always brainstorm and get  ideas on topics that I can publish Kindle books on.  There's a few websites and resources that I use to compile a list…

  • Amazon.com – Check out the Kindle store on Amazon.com and you'll see all of the categories that Amazon has, and with some digging you can easily see what other Kindle books are out there and get ideas for your own Kindle books.
  • EzineArticles.com – This is a huge article directory website and you can often get ideas for Kindle books just by looking at the categories that are available for articles.
  • Clickbank Marketplace – On Clickbank, you can see what products people are selling and which niches are profitable.  You need a Clickbank account to view the marketplace.
  • JVZoo – Similar to Clickbank, you can see what products are selling on JVZoo and get some ideas just by searching around on there.
  • Your Local Bookstore – Just spend an hour visiting your local book store and walk around.  You'll see thousands of potential niches and categories there that can give you many ideas that you can publish a Kindle book on.

I hope you can see by now that the opportunities are endless.  This list is really only for non-fiction type books, so the opportunity gets even bigger when you start looking at fiction books like romance, mystery, erotica, etc… and even children books are another huge opportunity and market.

Now, you may be thinking, “But I don't want to or know how to write a Kindle book!”  or “I don't know anything about any of the subjects you mentioned above.”

You don't need to!

In my Kindle Money Mastery program, I show you how you can create, publish and market your own Kindle book without having to write it or know anything about it.  You see, I have personally published over 100+ Kindle e-books and they are ALL making me passive income every month.  These Kindle e-books are on topics that I know absolutely nothing about, yet I profit from them every single day.  The reason is because I've developed a system that has allowed me to outsource Kindle book creation inexpensively, by hiring writers to write my Kindle books for me.  These writers will research and create a quality book for me, and then I take that book, publish it on Kindle and make money from it.  I have people around the world that purchase my books and enjoy the content in them, while I get paid – it's a win/win!  Of course, can also write your own book too, if you enjoy that… but it's not necessary.

To find out more about my Kindle money-making system, click here.

My List Of 141+ Profitable Kindle Book Niches
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  • Kayvee

    This was a great post. And thanks for giving us those ideas to start with

    I understand that I should do some more research on them to see which is profitable.

    I have a question…..before I buy your kmoney mastery course, could you tell me approximately how much it will cost for me to hire someone to write a book for me?

    I want to see if its within my budget


    • Hi Kayvee, I’ll answer this because I’ve been working through the program and just had this come up. Stefan shows you how you can get the book written for as little as $25. It’s easy too! Hope that helps.

      • Kayvee

        Thanks Mattie and Stefan

        And how many pages would these books have to be?

        • 2500 words is the minimum on Kindle. But mine are usually anywhere from 3500 to 5000 words, but I use a pre-written template that adds a table of contents, introduction, conclusion, and some other sections which make it a few pages longer. In total, usually 20+ pages, which would be sold for $2.99 on Amazon.

          • Kayvee

            Hey man,…

            Again…this is great. I hope to buy your course very soon


          • Curious

            If I were to create a high price-per-word book with upwards of 35 pages, would you suggest I sell it for more? Is there any tool I can use to model the supply and demand?

          • The length of the book doesn’t determine how much you can sell it for. That is ONLY determined by the market and your testing. I’d only consider selling a book for more if it is ranked highly for it’s keyword, is already selling successfully at a lower price, and has enough Amazon reviews to warrant a price increase. I have Advanced Videos in my Full Disclosure members area on how to know if there’s a big enough demand in specific niches/markets.

    • Mattie answered it for you, but I generally will spend anywhere from $20-$50 on the book, depending on how long I want it and the quality standard I want. I tend to spend upwards of $50 these days, since I want to ensure it’s top-notch, but it’s definitely not necessary – I have tons of books I spent $25 on to get made when I first started.

      • Vince Serna

        Stefan, you’re the man! 😉

  • Are you in the Gold IRA niche too? I’ve joined Kelly’s Regal Assets affiliate program but I haven’t made any commissions yet. Great post as always.

    • Hey Tim, no I’m not. Currently too busy focused on other projects to commit to something else! Good luck though!

  • JoeF

    Great post! Where did you find this list?f

    • I compiled the list myself, based on some of the places that I always research to find niches.

  • Thanks for the post. I would love to share this on my publishing website. Afflatus Publishing. http://www.afflatuspublishing.com

  • Guest

    Great post! Will be sharing with my website visitors. Steven, keep it coming.

  • As a published Kindle book author (my main genre being true-life paranormal), I was very interested to read your post. I am always seeking new niches in which to write Kindle books, and so I shall be certainly bookmarking your list and returning to it again and again whenever I am stuck for an idea. Well done.

  • Chad K

    Just signed up for your course a few nights ago. Wanted to know if you plan on updating this list at a regular basis, like every 6 months or so. If yes, I’ll bookmark it, but if not, I’ll just print it out. It’s a pretty valuable resource

  • Any ideas for a good, profitable paranormal niche?

  • As a published Kindle author myself (I writer horror and true paranormal), I notice there is a preponderance of health topics in your top niches, which suggests that many people are obsessed with avoiding illness nowadays. The annoying, depressing health TV adverts – of which there are far too many – are a big contributory factor to this, I think. These adverts, whilst warning people to watch their health, are also scaring some of us to death. I have never ever known such a generation to be so obsessed with health, dying, insurance etc. No damn wonder there are a lot of depressed people nowadays. They need need to start putting more cheerful adverts on the TV, and I know a lot of people agree with me on this.

  • Riana Boshoff

    Hi Stefan,

    Would a book on WhatsApp marketing be a good niche to sell?


    Hi Stafan. great work there. The infor so helpful. Been looking for someways to earn some money online and this is a good eye opener.

  • Ashley

    Hey Stefan, this was a great post. Thanks for providing that great list of ideas on what to write about. I will definitely be coming back to this post to remind myself what to write on 😊