5 Steps To Find Your Niche In 2021
Finding your niche is the most important step in your blogging. How to find your niche to start blogging is explained in step by step process here.
In this 5 step process, each step has 2 steps or questions or reasons to filter your niche narrow. Why you should narrow your niche?
In the beginning of blogging, choosing the narrow niche is better than broader niche. At the same time, after gaining traffic to your narrow niche content, you can start broadening your niche content.
This will help you to retain your target audience. In addition, it will also help you to grow your audience also.
Step 1: Identify your interest and passion in finding your niche:
First take a note and pen to list down the passion and interest of your own. Then separate the passion and interest you are good in skills and knowledge.
Now answer the question asked below: What is the most interest you will be enjoying?
Here you should strike down the interest which is not of enjoyment or excitement. At the end of this step, you need to filter the interest which is more enjoyable by you.
Step 2: Identify the problems you can solve in each niche:
For this step, you need to do some research here. I will show you in a step by step manner.
Choose the niche of interest and identify the problems you can solve in it. How to identify the problems in your niche?
For this, you can go to quora.com to find the questions in your niche. Here each questions are their problems.
Likewise, try to answer the questions under each topic of interest. Then count the number of questions you can answer in it.
You can also use google forums, google questions, reddit and more. At the end of this step, you have topic of interest with high count of questions you answered.
Strike the interest which you haven’t or least answered. Now you will be having at least 3 to 4 topic of interest.
Step 3: Do keyword Research for finding your niche:
For this step, you need to make use of google trends or google itself. How? Just type the niche keyword in the search bar and find the autocomplete sentences.
Then you can also use google trends to find the monthly or yearly competitiveness of that niche. Filter the niche which has its lower competition and high demand.
Here you can further narrow down your niche. In this step, you can start narrow to find your micro niche.
For example, your broad niche is tailoring and sewing. Then you need to narrow down to aari work, embroidery work, patch work and more.
Likewise, you need to write down the every possibility of your micro niche. Then follow the step 1 and 2 to filter your micro niche.
Step 4: Do Competitor analysis for your niche:
In this step, you need to find the list of competitors in your niche. Then read their website or blog to identify the type of content they are posting.
Find the types of problems they are solving. At the same time, find the problems they haven’t solved.
Filter down the niche, where the competitiveness is high. Because as a beginner, you should find the niche which is less saturated.
Step 5: Determine the Profitability of your niche:
Last and the final step in this process is here. Find the profitable in your chosen niche.
Here for that you need to go to amazon or any ecommerce platform. Then find the products related to your micro niche.
Likewise choose the niche, in which you have problems that can be solved with the strategy you are giving.
At the same time, find the unique selling point of your niche. That is how you solve the problem in the unique way from others.
In finding your niche, you should filter the niche or interest you write while starting the session.
Why passion or interest is chosen as niche? Because the passion or interest makes you happy, enjoyable and devoted also.
That is the reason why you should choose the niche as your interest or passion. Likewise, filter each of the broad niche you write in your list.
At last, choose the top 5 and write down the micro niche of each broad niche. Analyze the competition, keyword, saturated or not and high demand, etc.
Finally find the niche which also gives you some profits. This will add some fruit to your hard work.
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