Most Profitable Niches: 30+ Blog Niche Ideas 2022

Bloggers are often faced with a bit of a dilemma. If you were to write the single greatest article of your career, would it truly matter if no one saw it?

As of 2013, approximately 128 million people were blog readers. With numbers like that, it’s astonishing that any blog could be without a loyal fan base, but it happens far more often than you’d think.

The desire to reach a broader audience is perhaps why bloggers so frequently reach out to influencers.

You need that authoritative voice telling people that they should be reading your content, that being said, how does a blogger get someone on their side enough to have that influencer promote them?

How this Strategy can Reduce your Bounce Rate by 300%

Andrew Wise from Wise Startup Blog created an article using this strategy that resulted in his bounce rate going from 75% way down to 25%.

This didn’t happen overnight, but if you follow this guideline you can make this happen.

Here’s how…

Keep Track of Ideas using Asana

I suppose it doesn’t have to be Asana. It can be a WordPad file, an online planner; even an old notebook would suffice. The point is to have somewhere to keep your future article titles organized and ready to be written before you forget all about them.

Trust me, when you have a million and one things on your mind, ideas come and go before you even have the chance to give them a second thought.

Here are 5 steps for generating blog ideas that are share-worthy.

Step 1: Use BuzzSumo to see what is being Shared in your Niche

When it comes to turning out great, successful content, BuzzSumo should always be your first stop. The entire purpose of the site is to connect you with niche content that has either gone viral or has done well in search engines.

This is exactly what you’re looking for. Before you can even begin to type the next viral article, you need to take a long look at what your audience wants to see.

After you type your niche into BuzzSumo’s search bar (for the sake of this post, it was ‘blog post ideas’), make sure to filter by date. As you can see from the screen cap, I included only articles that were written in the last month.

BuzzSumo successfully shows which posts have the most shares, and how many shares they have per social media outlet.

Beyond that, it shows you where these articles are getting the MOST shares, which is important. If the majority of shares come from Facebook, you know that you have an audience that prefers that social media platform and that you should put your focus on that specific website. Get it?

Step 2: See What Works on BuzzSumo and Make it Better

This is a close-up shot of the most shared articles in the ‘blog ideas’ niche for this past month, according to BuzzSumo.

“How To” posts are popular, as well as numbered posts. If we combine what is obviously selling — and commit to making it BETTER — we have our story.

70 Tips On How To Generate Interesting Blog Post Ideas

Sure, why not? But first, let’s check Google’s search results and see if it offers the same or similar, results that BuzzSumo did.

Step 3: Find that Perfect Google Search Phrase with SEMRush

It seems simple enough — we looked up “blog post ideas” on BuzzSumo, so it makes sense that we’d look up “blog post ideas” for Google also, right?

Maybe. You have to remember that we are searching for two different things here. BuzzSumo gives us the articles with the most social media shares, but Google is going to give us the articles that come up top on our most popular search engines.

In order to know that we are using the correct search phrase, we also have to know that we are using the most frequently searched phrase.

This is where SEMRush comes in. It shows us two things: the number of searches for any given keyword, and the cost per click for a Google advertisement with that keyword, pretty nifty.

The interesting thing about SEMRush is that it also shows us related keywords, and how they’re faring in the search engine world as well. Let’s take a look at those.

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Most of the related searches are just “eh”. Fairly unimpressive, on the results front. The only one that seems worth taking a second glance at is “blog ideas”, which does have 1,300 more volume than ours does.

However, the CPC cost of “blog ideas” tells us something very important — our “blog post ideas” search is significantly more valuable. Why you may ask? Because the CPC (cost per click) is nearly double that of “blog ideas”.

Even though “blog ideas” has more volume, we ultimately have the more valuable search result. Now we can move forward with our Google search.

Step 4: Check your BuzzSumo Results Against Google’s

Much like what we found on BuzzSumo, we have come to the conclusion that readers want articles with numbers. They are littered with the top search results in Google, which means that numbered lists are hot right now for sure.

Although we don’t have quite so many ‘how to’ articles on our initial Google search, I pressed on anyway and continued my looking.

Sure enough, I had to go no further than the second page of “blog post ideas” Google search results to find exactly what I had already suspected to be true…

“How To” titles may not be quite as high-ranking on the search results page as the numbered titles, but this proves what BuzzSumo told us anyway — “How To” articles DO sell.

This means that our tentative title, “70 Tips On How To Generate Interesting Blog Post Ideas” still works. GREAT!

Step 5: Make your Article Better than the Competition

There are a million and one different ways to do this, but here are some important things you should keep in mind during the duration of your writing process:

  • Make your post longer and bulkier. We already saw that the majority of posts from Google and BuzzSumo were around 50 ideas. Make yours 60, 70, or 100. More content means that your reader has to go to fewer websites to get the information they are seeking.
  • Go more in-depth than your competition. Dig deeper, answer more questions and become an ‘ultimate guide’ of sorts. Remember that the ultimate goal here is to make life easier on your reader. Give them the one-stop-shop article that they didn’t realize they were looking for.
  • Present your article in a ‘problem and solution’ Don’t give your readers the answer to the problem they have, but rather teach them how to solve the problem themselves so they are learning from you.
  • Make your post nicer than that of your competitors. Include infographicsstatistics, a nice layout — whatever it takes to stand apart from the competition. People like images, so include as many graphics as you possibly can. Check out 25 resources for blog post ideas infographic to get an idea.

Profitable Niches for Blog in 2022

Today I have curated 30+ profitable niches ideas for you. Yes I have done an extensive research to curate this list & I hope you will find it helpful.

Profitable Blog Niche
Profitable Blog Niche


The Art Niche includes blogs focused on the visual arts community, sharing news, stories about artists and (of course) artwork.


This is the niche on which this blog is based on. The Blogging niche contains blogs related to the ins and outs of building a popular blog that attracts a large audience.

You should always select a niche that you love and know about.


The Career niche includes blogs related to discovering and securing the perfect job, thriving in the workplace and finally creating a satisfying and rewarding job.


The Crafts niche includes blogs that share craft projects to encourage and help people who like to make stuff with their hands.


The DIY niche includes blogs for people who wish to create, change or repair things without the aid of expensive professionals.


The Education niche includes blogs related to the teaching profession, endeavoring tips, and tools teachers can use in the classroom.


The Fashion niche includes blogs that inspire new outfit ideas and that keep people up to date with all the latest fashion trends.


The Filmmaking niche contains blogs that help aspiring filmmakers master the art of film and/or video production.


The Fitness niche contains blogs that share exercises to help people get their bodies into shape.

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Food and Drink

The Food and Drink niche contains blogs that share all sorts of recipes for delicious dishes and drinks so people can recreate them at home.


The Gardening niche contains blogs for people with a green thumb who take pride in creating a beautiful garden for their homes.


The Health niche contains blogs that share advice on how people can take care of their bodies and live healthier lives.

Interior Design

The Interior Design niche contains blogs for people who want to create beautiful and stylish homes through interior design.


The Leadership niche contains blogs focused on helping people in leadership positions to enhance their own and their team’s performance to achieve personal and business goals.


The Marketing niche contains blogs focused on the art of promoting and selling products or services.

Online Business

The Online Business niche contains blogs that help people start their own business online and make it turn a profit.


The Parenting niche contains blogs related to the scary, confusing and beautiful journey that is raising a child.

Personal Finance

The Personal Finance niche contains blogs that help people manage their money so they’re more financially secure. It’s one of the most profitable niches.

Personal Growth

The Personal Growth niche contains blogs that help people hone their talents, overcome obstacles, feel happier and enhance the overall quality of their lives.


The Pets niche contains blogs by and for pet lovers covering everything from interesting facts about pets to advice on pet training.


The Photography niche contains blogs related to the art of taking beautiful pictures with your camera.

Primal/Paleo Diet

The Primal/Paleo Diet niche contains blogs relating to so-called “caveman” diets which are inspired by the foods our hunter-gatherer ancestors would have eaten.


The Productivity niche contains blogs that share tips and tricks to help you save time, work efficiently and get more done.


The Religion niche contains blogs related to any (or all) of the faith-based ideologies that exist on our planet.


The SEO niche contains blogs that give advice on how to rise in the ranks of search engines so they send more traffic to your website.

Social Media

The Social Media niche contains blogs related to the tactical use of social media for bolstering your brand, promoting your business, and boosting your sales.


The Style niche contains blogs that help people understand the fundamentals of dressing well so they can look sharper and feel more confident in their clothes.


The Survival niche contains blogs for people who want to prepare themselves for whatever disasters may land at their doorstep.


The Travel niche contains blogs sharing the adventures and travel tips of globetrotters who are constantly moving from one place to
the next.

Web Design

The Web Design niche contains blogs sharing tips and tutorials related to the art of designing websites and web applications.


The Writing niche contains blogs that help aspiring and professional writers sharpen their skills and make a better living from their art.

Do you find this post useful? Which niche you find profitable or interesting? Do share your thoughts in the comment section. Your likes & comment makes me stay motivated to write.

Want 800+ additional lucrative niche ideas like this?

Check out Capterra’s B2B software categories for more inspiration…. All 800 of them
(categories, not products)!

Each of those individual categories could easily support a 6-7 figure conduit site.
In particular, consider covering verticalized SMB segments – software that’s built specifically for
a conventional brick/mortar business.

Eg. Dry Cleaning Software, Dental Imaging Software, Autobody Repair Management, etc.
These will be priced attractively (local biz’s don’t have tons of cash), but LCV will still be $3K+

As far as your own monetization, lead-gen is probably the way to go, as many of these won’t have in-house / off the shelf aff programs.

What Scientists would say about Blogging A Fun Take

We have created some serious blogging topics like improving WordPress speed, SEO, backlinking and wanted to create something humorous – blogging for fun; something light-hearted for the readers. The idea was to make you laugh and also make you think. If you like it please share it!


*Some Physicists and fictional character’s included.

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Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton


“For Every action there is an equal and opposite reaction” – Functionality and plugins have performance impacts, choose wisely.

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

  • “Everything must be made as simple as possible. But not simpler.” – Organize your website Menu structure. Reduce clutter and make it easy for visitors to find stuff. This also reminds me of a Pat Flynn advise “Drive Like They’re Crazy, Blog Like They’re Lazy
  • “If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” – Sounds like Keyword research Einstein!
  • “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning.” – Keep learning about how to improve your blog.
  • “The human spirit must prevail over technology.” – The internet is getting bigger but we must keep on blogging to keep the human spirit alive.
Gordon Moore

Gordon Moore


Moore’s law spawned the current ideology that the amount of information doubles every 18 months – Wow, well said Gordon Moore. This is so true in the online world today. What about SEO and new Google updates? These keep changing quite often. Remember the animals released from the Google Zoo – Panda, Penguin etc.

Richard Feynman

Richard Feynman

“Physics is like sex: sure, it may give some practical results, but that’s not why we do it.” – Blogging may bring money; sure, but that’s not why we do it. We do it because we love it. We do it for passion.

Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan

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  • “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” – Look for some proof before you take any action.
  • “I don’t want to believe. I want to know.” – We want to know how to bring organic traffic to our site. Don’t we?
Claude Lévi-Strauss

Claude Lévi-Strauss


“The scientist is not a person who gives the right answers, he’s one who asks the right questions.” – Bloggers too…

Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin

“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.” – Have you discovered the value of blogging yet?

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

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“[In the Universe it may be that] Primitive life is very common and intelligent life is fairly rare. Some would say it has yet to occur on Earth.” – There is plenty of content on the web; is your content insightful and unique?

Dan Barker

Dan Barker

“Scientists do not join hands every Sunday and sing “Yes gravity is real!” – Bloggers do not join hands every Sunday and sing content is king.



“As to diseases, make a habit of two things — to help, or at least, to do no harm.” – With blogging help people or at least do no harm.

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

  • “To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” – To blog you need a good internet connection and any old device – laptop or mobile.
  • “I have not failed, I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work” – Look at your blogging challenges in a positive light.
  • “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration” – Blogging is 1% creativity and 99% sweat. Okay may be not sweat, if you are living in some place cold just interpret it as hard work!
Dr. Ian Malcolm, Jurassic Park

Dr. Ian Malcolm, Jurassic Park


“God creates dinosaurs, God kills dinosaurs, God creates man, man kills God, man brings back dinosaurs.” – I always wanted to use that line, finally -satisfaction  Don’t become extinct; do something different to stand out from the crowd. What a chance to chuck in an image of a dinosaur, wow!

Bernadette, The Big Bang Theory

Bernadette, The Big Bang Theory


“Gosh, Amy. I’m sensing a little hostility. Is it maybe because like Sheldon’s work, your sex life is also theoretical?” – Is your link building strategy just a theory?

* Apologies to The Big Bang Theory fans for not including Sheldon or Leonard’s quotes. I could not find something short that I could connect to blogging!

Walter White, Breaking Bad

Walter White, Breaking Bad

“I’m not in the meth business. I’m in the empire business” – We are not in the online business. We are building a digital empire.

What would you add to this list? Have a go, leave a comment.

Don’t let this simple list fool you. These scientists have provided great tips and hints (except the fictional ones of course), take away something and take care of your blog.

Share it, if you had a laugh! Let us know what was your favourite; mine was the gems from Thomas Edison, genius indeed!

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