4 Things To Remember Before Choosing Your Blog’s Niche

By | December 12, 2013

Good day, dear readers! Have you ever thought of starting a blog? Certainly, you have enough reasons to do that, and all of them are serious and motivational enough. Be sure, you are not the only one person in the world who thinks of blogging today: there are thousands of bloggers on the Internet, and millions of blogs on different niches as well. And before you start a blog itself, it would be quite reasonable to put its future niche in your pipe and smoke it.

Image of a Girl thinking about blog's niche

The very first thing to do

 So, let’s imagine you have decided to start a blog about innovative technologies or some concept gadgets. The first thing you should do is to type this topic to a search engine in order to see how popular it is among users. And now, please, answer the following question: how good is your knowledge of this topic? If you are not an expert of technology, you will understand that your blog on this topic will be not a good idea at all. Even if this niche is much clickable, and even if it will be very popular among your potential readers, you will not be able to write good and informative enough to attract their attention.

 Remember: the better you know the topic – the more interesting your future blog will be. It will not take much time to write every new article for your blog, because you will perfectly know what to write about. You will be able to share your own experience, it will be interesting for you to tell about new devices or gadgets, and you will do that not only because this is your blog’s niche, but because you are interested in these gadgets too.

Read some blogs of the same niche

 Check other popular blogs that describe the topic you have chosen for your own blog. What do they need to become more successful and attractive for readers? Maybe your ideas are the ones others bloggers have already used? It is important to have a niche where you will have less competitors. As you understand, the more competitors you have – the more difficult it will be to promote your blog. Make sure, that you will be able to write articles on your blog’s topic without spending days and nights on that.


Avoid difficult topics

 Some topics are difficult to manage and support all the time. For example, you are a fan of boxing, but it will be difficult to keep your readers’ interest when there are no boxing championships around.

Your readers’ interest

 It would be useful to check some other blogs of the same topic and see how many visitors they have per day, how often readers leave comments there, how much they are interested in this topic’s discussion, how often moderators check these comments and so one. Statistics is a very important thing when it comes to blogging. It will help you understand whether your blog’s niche is interesting for other people or not. Maybe it is better to think over a different topic for your future blog?

To become a successful and respectful blogger, choose a niche you know and understand perfectly. Otherwise, your blog will become one of millions with no face and name.

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