Finding a Micro Niche
In this part of the course we hope to teach you more than just finding micro niches through numbers only.
Market research is important but more important is your passions, your interests and your problems.
Finding a niche means finding an audience that you can relate too.
People buy from genuine people they can relate too, and they buy from them again and again. Not only do they buy from genuine people but they also share these same articles with their friends and family.
The ticket to a long lasting residual income is to put YOURSELF into the niche!
You are the money!
If you simply want to throw up a niche site and sound like a generic product review – that’s not going to hold much weight in the eyes of search engines.
Anyone can rehash what a product review said about something, where’s the value to anyone in that?
Unique, quality content is king.
You will get so much more out of blogging and working at home if you stick to being you and talk about the things you know.
Not only will you be fulfilled, your readers will be and the money will just naturally flow.
Nailing Down Your Passions, Problems and Interests
The first part of this course is going to be nailing down your passions, interests and problems. You are going to write down 7 passions, 7 interests and 7 problems that you have. Do not consider any products or anything at first, just write down 7 passions, 7 interests and 7 problems that you have.
- Passions are things you love to talk about. (politics, nutrition, etc)
- Problems are things you deal personally (special diet, phobias, disorders, etc.)
- Interests are things you do daily (crafts, homeschool, coach sports, etc.)
Take your time making your own list and really think about it.
Once you create your list, you’re going to take your top 10 favorites from the list above to do market research with in our few videos.
Narrowing Down Your Niche
These videos will show you how to narrow down your passions, interests and problems list into a micro-niche.
We will show you how to take your favorite niches and run them through your keyword tool to find micro niche markets that you can blog about.
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Narrowing Down Your Niche Part Two
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Narrowing Down Your Niche Part Three
The Key to a Money Making Niche
You need a keyword tool. You cannot get around this expense if you are serious about targeting an audience in search engines.
We use Jaaxy, it’s a paid tool that brings the best results.
It’s SO EASY to use that it’s the best keyword tool for newbies and veterans.
Put on Your Thinking Cap!
Once you find something is a good micro-niche, you’ll want to then think about the different ways you can personalize your niche.
Here are just a few ideas that you can think about:
- Can you write in depth about the micro niche?
- Are people searching for this niche
- Are there products to refer people too in this niche?
- What products do you use in this micro niche?
- Can you take pictures?
- Can you make videos?
- Can you start a Facebook page or group to share this niche with others?
By now, you’re asking the right questions and headed in the right direction.
Still Need Inspiration?
We highly recommend the Blogging Life Class, it opens your mind to what’s really worth the money in any micro niche!
Feel free to post in our mastermind group for help at any time.