Why would you look into health and wellness markets for products to sell? The answer is actually very simple – it is the world’s largest market in a general sense. Everyone has to deal with health of some form in their life. Obviously there are different needs among any of individuals. Some are simply maintaining very good levels of health. On the other hand, people with diabetes for example, are people that are more than willing to try supplements to alleviate symptoms.
Keeping with the diabetes example, aside from supplements, those with diabetes also invest heavily in education. That is probably why there are hundreds or even thousands, of books and publications on the topic with more coming daily. You know, the amount of publications alone are evidence and credibility to the fact that there is money to be made in this market.
Another reason to look into health and wellness is the fact that every main category, diabetes for example, has sub-categories. In ecommerce, subcategories are known as ‘niches’. Off line, in the real world, these are nothing more than target markets.
We have covered products and needs building a case for selling health based products. Lets move on and cover means of selling these products. Have you ever had a nagging headache that you couldn’t get rid of? If you were offered a solution, would you not agree that you would briefly consider that solution? Obviously, the common answer is a resounding YES! Now for a moment contemplate living with a condition where the end result is more than likely a very painful death. Wouldn’t you greatly consider any solution that would decrease symptoms and increase your life? Back to the example of individuals with diabetes, you can now understand how they willing spend on any product that they believe will help them.
The case has been given that more people need to improve their health than invest in a blogging system. Blogging is less needed by a tremendously smaller market. This is where the old cliche “go where the money is” opens the door for you, the salesperson. The products all people will need (sooner or later) lie in the Health and Wellness market.
So, now what…?
By providing the answer to the person facing “What do I do now that I have been diagnosed with this?” you can serve a pressing need for millions of rational, cognizant people literally dying to buy a solution.