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How to Find your Blog Niche

Thursday, October 1, 2015
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As you can tell by the title today we will be talking about "Finding your Blog Niche". I know you would all love to go back to the Fashion and Beauty Trends but! that will be really soon :-) Most people have a personal website or Blog since I feel the standard "run of the mill" Resume is sooo boring! Who wants to look at 1,000 of the same words in black and white some of which are not easily true  when you can go on the Internet and visit an individuals' personal "site"? Hands up! I do!

A Niche is simply a suitable or comfortable place in life , work or an environment. It is the place where you feel most comfortable and fit in most naturally. In blog world we refer to this as your category. There are so many categories here in Blogosphere and all you have to do is pick one where you are most comfortable , have the most information about and is more passionate about. Do NOT pick a category because it is popular just because you want more views. You will quickly find that after a few short weeks or even days you have ran out of ideas and that is the end of your Blogging Career. Check out this quick Video I did recently talking about "Finding your Niche".


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19 comments on "How to Find your Blog Niche"
  1. I think I found mine by accident. It just sort of evolved over time.

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  2. I still haven't found mine. I do know what direction I want to go in though!

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  3. I'm so mishmash, moshposh on my blog that I hope that can be my niche. ;) Mishmash is a niche, right? If it's not, please don't tell me. :)

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  4. Sometimes I feel like I am stumbling along blind...there are some posts that do extremely well and others...not so much. It's evolving.. like me:)

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  5. I think often you have to experiement to really find your niche and what you want to cover. While I'm a little broader about what I blog about, I have narrowed it down a lot since I started blogging.

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  6. Finding your blog niche can be hard to do. But once you do, it's an amazing feeling!

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  7. It has taken a while to sort mine out, but I think I've finally gotten to my happy place.

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  8. I here a lot of people talk about their niche but I enjoy writing about travel, food, music , books so I' not sure what my niche is anymore.

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  9. Finding your niche is so important. It took me a bit to stay true to my niche but I love staying true to it.

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  10. Those are good questions. Niche is such an interesting word and it took me a long time to figure out that I already had a niche.. I had been long headed towards it!

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  11. This is really helpful. You can really tell when someone has found their niche and is writing passionately about a subject.

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  12. I only recently found my niche although my blog is a little bit of everything, I often write about a few specific categories.

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  13. I see bloggers being too broad based and since I found my niche and then redefined to microniche, I am happier and have a better flow. Great advice!

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  14. I am still trying to find mine and I have been blogging since 2009! It has changed over the years!

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  15. I still haven't found mine! I started out with one thing and just evolved from there.

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  16. I agree that finding your niche is very important! While I write about more than one or two topics on my blog, I tend to stick to parenting, lifestyle and beauty.

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  17. Ours has definitely changed focus a bit, but it's been a natural transition!

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  18. As my girls have gotten older, it has definitely changed for the better! Focusing on a niche is helpful.

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  19. It is important to know who you are and what you stand for in any area of work it helps you do a better job.

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