Going Sci-Fi is the way to go.
Or maybe fantasy is...
Why not both?
Going retro-futuristic is the thing these days and only recently, this became something of a big deal.
Steampunk is the niche that's going to be under the microscope today and we're going to 'hack' it apart...until we reach the state of post-apocalyptic times and we start wearing goggles instead of sunglasses.
This niche is very profitable, full of goods and products to sell, and packed with an hungry audience who are mostly based in the states.
We'll reveal how much money is being spent, why it's profitable, what products are being sold the most so you can get an idea of what you can do for your potential audience.
You'll discover what the most popular content is, who the most influential people are, the most popular social media hubs, blogs and forums.
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Introduction To Steampunk:
Steampunk refers to a subgenre of science fiction and sometimes fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.
Although its literary origins are sometimes associated with the cyberpunk genre, steampunk works are often set in an alternative history of the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West", in a post-apocalyptic future during which steam power has maintained mainstream usage, or in a fantasy world that similarly employs steam power.
It may, therefore, be described as neo-Victorian. Steampunk perhaps most recognisably features anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic inventions as people in the 19th century might have envisioned them, and is likewise rooted in the era's perspective on fashion, culture, architectural style, and art.
Such technology may include fictional machines like those found in the works of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, or the modern authors Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt and China Miéville.
Other examples of steampunk contain alternative history-style presentations of such technology as lighter-than-air airships, analogue computers, or such digital mechanical computers as Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine.
Steampunk may also incorporate additional elements from the genres of fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history, or other branches of speculative fiction, making it often a hybrid genre.
The term steampunk's first known appearance was in 1987, though it now retroactively refers to many works of fiction created even as far back as the 1950s or 1960s.
Steampunk also refers to any of the artistic styles, clothing fashions, or subcultures, that have developed from the aesthetics of steampunk fiction, Victorian-era fiction, art nouveau design, and films from the mid-20th century.
Various modern utilitarian objects have been modded by individual artisans into a pseudo-Victorian mechanical "steampunk" style, and a number of visual and musical artists have been described as steampunk.
More Detailed Information:
More women (53%) are interested in the Steampunk niche than men (46.4%) (source).
The country that are most interested in Steampunk is the US (88%) and 63% of people are under 30. (source)
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The table above shows the monthly searches on Google for this niche.
Combined they add up to a over 500,000 searches a month and that's not including the thousands of long tail keywords that we haven't covered.
This is a huge niche with a lot of demand.
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