Choosing Your Niche
Too many people spend way too long debating on what niche they would like to create there next website on, and in a lot of cases people could have a website live in the times it takes them too choose a niche. There is no magical niche on the internet that is guaranteed to earn you money, the simple and plain fact is that you need too work hard to make money online. The niche you choose won’t reflect how much money you make at all.
You need to understand your niche, and by this I mean you should have an interest in the niche you choose. If you’re not interested in the niche you choose then you’ll quickly become bored of the work involved with making the site successful and in most cases you’ll just let the site sit there. If you have an interest in the topic you choose then most of the time it will seem less like work and more like a hobby. You’ll also be able to communicate with your audience, imagine how hard that would be if you have no interest in the topic you we’re writing about.
It’s very hard to sell something to someone on a website and you usually need to gain some sort of trust with the reader before they trust your website enough to buy anything. If you choose a niche where you can provide helpful, educational and unique content that nobody has seen before then there is a good chance you’ll have return visitors come to your website which can turn into potential buyers. If your content is just regurgitated information from another website then you can’t expect people to want to come back to your website because you’re not offering them anything out of the ordinary.
When you’re choosing your niche you need to make sure that you can picture yourself sticking with the niche and idea for months down the road. It takes months to even see the potential of a website so if you give up before this time then you’re not even giving your website a chance. This is what most webmasters do though and why they have dozens of blogs sitting on many hosting accounts all over the place.
Try too choose a niche and stick with it and you’ll see a lot more results then switching niches every week or every month. It takes determination in order too get your website up to the level it needs to be to make money and you need to ride the wave right until the end. You’ll be building links and adding content to your website on a daily basis in most cases and this means you’ll need a strong liking for the niche you choose.
Other niches may seem more profitable on paper, but if you don’t like the work you’re doing then there is no way you’ll be happy working on the site and you’ll give up. When you choose your niche you can do the normal keyword and niche research too see what’s profitable, but make sure that whatever you choose you can picture yourself writing about in the next year.