Choosing a Niche – Something Every Blogger Must Do

↑ If you like, Please Comment, Share, Tweet or Plus 1 ↑ ↑

 

Choosing a Niche – Something Every Blogger Must Doo

Choosing a Niche

Choosing a Niche

I’ve been wrestling with choosing a niche for a while,
so I thought I’d write on it. You may find something
interesting and relevant to your own struggles.
I’m hoping this helps in choosing a niche for yourself.

When you work for yourself, you have the freedom to
choose what you do. That freedom is a double edged
sword. Since you are “in charge” you can laser target
opportunities that work or you can wander in the
desert for 40 years.

Choosing a Niche

In a previous post I talked about Evaluating Home based
Businesses. (Click here to read)

This post looks at a part of the same topic – but
from inside you.

Let’s start with some basic assumptions.

  • Choosing a niche is critical – targeting everyone means
    that you don’t appeal to anyone.
  • Choosing a niche involves be profit – spending your
    “business time” on something that can’t make money
    is a waste of time. (If this is a hobby, then go for it, but
    I’m assuming this is a business.)

What else is there?

Well, this is YOUR home business, it should be FUN for YOU!

Let me give you an example. I lost over 90 pounds
on a weight loss program my network marketing company
provides. This is a dynamite program and the only one that
ever worked for me. Weight loss is profitable and it is sure
possible to target sub-groups and create niches within
the group of people who need to lose weight.

But is that what I want to do when I grow up? – Not really!

How Do I Go About Choosing a Niche?

So what it fun for me?

  • Reading Science Fiction – probably not a profitable area for me
  • Playing guitar and singing – definitely NOT a a profitable area for me
  • Spending time with my wife – probably not a profitable area for me
  • Working with computers and teaching people – ????

Okay, the last one has some possibilities.

I have already decided to help people in my primary network
marketing company learn how to recruiting on-line. Now I just
need to figure out how to target new people and help them learn
1) the value of network marketing (leverage) and 2) how to do
network marketing recruiting on-line.

As I look at this niche, it is still too broad, but it is a start. I can have fun,
be profitable and define a narrow niche.

BTW here is a document that shows over 25 ways to brainstorm
evaluate possibilities for YOUR niche.   Choosing a Niche

Chosing a Niche – Something to do BEFORE You Start Blogging!

↓ ↓ If this post gave you some ideas (pro or can) – Please comment below. ↓ ↓

Hale Pringle

Hale Pringle Ed. D.

 

 

 

 

P.S. If you are looking at you “job” and thinking “There has to be something better than this!?”, maybe I can help. Take a look at http://HalePringle.com and give me a call (321) 279-9615. I’llgive you the benefit of my several thousand dollars in training and searching the rabbit hole called Internet Marketing and Network Marketing. I can help you with blogging, career change, and a whole lot more!

About Hale Pringle

Dr. Hale is an Internet Entrepreneur and Network
Marketing expert. His greatest pleasure is
helping people and he does just that, drawing
upon the immense resources that he has gathered
over the years in his unquenchable thirst for
knowledge.

Dr. Hale lives in beautiful, sunny Florida with
his wife, two dogs and a cat. His four children
are grown and are scattered around the state.

An eternal optimist you will hear him say
regularly: “Is this a Great Day?” The answer is
always, “Hale Yes!”

If you need help with your online marketing or a
network marketing opportunity Dr. Hale is the go
to man. “Hale Yes!”

Speak Your Mind

*

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Hide me
Sign up below to never miss one of my Internet Marketing Tips!
Name: Email:
Show me

               Privacy Policy    Earning Disclaimer    Terms and Conditions    Contact Us

%d bloggers like this: