The tattoo niche is an interesting one. At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of products in this niche, but the further we dig in, we’ll realize there’s a specific strategy that we can use to bring in a lot of passive income from evergreen content. Let’s take a look.
Why Tattoo Niche?
There is a small variety of products in this niche, but it’s not as varied and complex as some of the other niches we’ve covered.
- Tattoo aftercare
- Tattoo removal
- Tattoo machines, needles, and power supplies
- Tattoo inksets, gels, and soaps
- Tattoo supplies like chairs
- Tattoo training
- Tattoo software
Amazon is mostly covered with cheaper products, though there are a few good products on there and it does have high conversions. If you wanted to explore other affiliates, there’s more out there. Here are some of them:
- http://www.ultimate-tattoo-bible.com – $25 per sale
- https://www.hummingbirdrotary.com – 5% commission
- https://www.onlinetattoowholesale.com – up to 8% commission
- https://miamiinktattoodesigns.com/ – 75% commission on all bonus sales
It’s fairly simple. We can do reviews and write problem-solution articles (see how I did it and profited in 24 hours), but I think there’s another huge opportunity here, and that’s around tattoo designs.
- calculus tattoos (110)
- frisbee tattoo (90)
- pizza skull tattoo (30)
- traditional teacup tattoo (90)
- joker playing card tattoo (260)
- jacks tattoo (3600)
What are people looking for here? Pictures of tattoos. This means we can create photo-centric articles that are evergreen and make money with ad income. This content can be refreshed from time, but it’s not content that will ever go out of date.
These photos can be collected from various sources around the internet (forums, reddit, fb, etc…) and then compiled on the site. It really might be as easy as asking inside various Facebook groups, “Does anyone have any frisbee tattoos?”, then message those people who post pictures and ask permission for the photos. The secret here is not to go into tattoo groups, but groups about what the tattoo is about (ie, Frisbee).
And yes, lots of those keywords are low competition! It’s not too hard to come up with or find these keywords accidentally either. Pretty much any random object, professional, hobby, or random body part keyword combination will work.
Tattoos actually seem more seasonal than I thought. I imagine this is because people are bundled up during the winter and show off their bodies during the summer. This seasonality is not something I would be at all concerned about
A Good Niche?
Tattoos have been around for thousands of years, and they pretty much aren’t going away, ever. This makes this niche quite evergreen depending on your strategy.