Twitter.com is another great site to use.
If you click the search box and paste in your keyword phrase you will be able to see the responses people have made the topic.
They may also include suggestions in relation to a low cholesterol diet plan so you’ll be able to see the chatter around that topic.
Another great way to figure out if there is a buying market in terms of interaction is by going to Facebook and simply typing in low-cholesterol diet plan and do a search to see what’s out there.
From this, you’ll be able to see how many people have liked each page and you can see by visiting each page how many people are actually interacting within that particular niche.
Pinterest is another good place to look, so you can create a Pinterest account and just type in your keyword to see what people are posting on that topic.
Last but not least – you can go to Google.com and type in the “keyword phrase + forum” in order to go and find some forums that are talking specifically about that keyword phrase.
This could also be a good source for discovering complaints, or what people in that niche are interested.
With forums especially if you come up with product that people actually want to buy, it can be low hanging fruit (in terms of sales) if you simply stick that product in front of them.
But by going through these steps, you are ensuring that there is actually a market for your products out there.
I hope you’ve learned a lot about how you can use these free resources to figure out your target audience and the buyer market to maximize your income.