10 Research Sites You Should Bookmark

Research Site #1: http://pulse.ebay.com/

Search different categories to find out exactly what people are looking for on eBay. Here’s a powerful principle to remember. On Google, many people are simply looking for free information. On eBay, they’re looking to BUY something.

Research Site #2: http://buzz.yahoo.com/

What are people searching for this week online? Find out what they’re looking for information on now.

Research Site #3: http://www.viralvideochart.com

What are the top 20 most popular videos online? The majority of these are celebrity videos, but sometimes you’ll find a marketer just like you get something through to the top.

Research Site #4: http://youtube.com/browse?s=mp

Which videos do best on Youtube? Find out with the above link. The beauty is you can also search by category on the left side of the page.

Research Site #5: http://popurls.com

Find the most popular buzz going on right now on Digg, Delicious, Reddit, Newsvine, Google, and more. This site combines more than a dozen of the top sites to see which articles get the most attention.

Research Site #6: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/new-for-you/bestsellers/-/books/

Find the hottest selling books on Amazon. Use the categories along the left to search for books related to the subjects you’re interested in producing information products on.

Research Site #7: http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

Over 20,000 digital ebooks ready for free download. Many of these ebooks are even in the public domain (not all of them – so check the licensing information). You can even check the Top 100 Books and Authors section to see what’s most popular.

Research Site #8: http://www.download.com/3101-2001-0-1.html

Find the most popular software downloads.

Research Site #9: http://findarticles.com

Over 10 million articles available online. Great resource whenever you’re doing any type of research for your own articles.

Research Site #10: http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/dvd/554048/ref=pd_ts_d_nav

Find the most popular instructional DVDs selling on Amazon. This continues with the principle to sell things people are ALREADY buying.

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