Are you stuck’ed up by letting your blog to ripe by choosing a niche which isn’t having enough potential to make even $100? It’s obnoxious. Learn how a targeted niche making dollars compared to those who’r not able to do so.
People say “we blog for passion”, but in an edge we are looking for get – $$$$. And if we ain’t been making that, we gets crooked. But, think once about the time when you’ve decided to blog, what motivates me is that when I’ve started with a plan, that let the time pass, I’ll be one among the pro’s. Same alike, might be your thoughts when you were new to it.
Before starting to blog, you might have thought that:
1. You’d have earned $$$$, yet earned nothing.
2. You’d have got high rank in Google, yet you haven’t.
3. You’d have get massive traffic, yet it isn’t.
4. You’d have huge followers, yet not.
5. You’d have widespread your article everywhere, unfortunately you’ve not.
Blogging isn’t just about getting traffic or rank either, but how you’r blogging. (click to tweet this).
Have you ever thought, “Blogging isn’t for you”? – may be. Even I’ve felt so when I was a novice. If you are really struck’ed up with anything try finding a solution of it, and I’m confident that you would make of it. And since, I’ve thought about this article “How potential of blogs varies from niche”, I’ll be showing you some strategical plan which may help you distinguish between niches.
But, before we start let me give you few information (if you aren’t known to it).
What is a Niche Blog?
Niche blogs is blog in which we do target a specific category to deal with.
It comprises of two part – 1) Category based i.e. Sports, Games, etc. 2) Event based i.e. targeting a particular event.
Compared to the traditional blogs like our’s, niche blog have much targeted audiences as because those blogs are targeted and get’s almost 95% traffic from search engines. They aren’t depended on Social Media, or guest posting either to get traffic.
Mostly bloggers now-a-days focus on event-based blog as because it helps to make them quick dollars within a short span of time. Firstly, they research keywords of High CPC (i.e $2 to $10 per click on ads), and then either they register a domain with a different name or Exact match domain (short EMD) in order to rank higher easily.
Following that, they do build a high amount of backlink and let them get indexed by Google. Upon indexing, they rank to the top (depended upon the work they have done).
Things to keep in mind:
1. Registering an Exact Match Domain give higher changes to rank.
2. Make sure that you aren’t targeting a competitive keyword, else it’s totally a time waste. Not if it isn’t a event which might take place after a time gap.
3. In event based niche blogs, it’s too tough to work individually rather form a team of 4-5 people and give a boost to it.
4. You may register your blog on Free Hosting i.e. Blogger, or else you can buy a hosting, I’d recommend you BlueHost (Aff. link).
How Potential of Blogs Varies from Niche?
Recently, I’ve attended a bloggers meet which was organized by IndiBlogger, in that I’ve been introduced to and been interacted with many fellow bloggers who are master in their field. During that, we do have a discussion upon which the article is based on.
Let’s compare two different niches and have a view on their structural data.
1. Technology based blog.
2. Educational based niche blog.
In term of technology, we know that people who are visiting the blog who have interest and knowledge about technology and the happenings. So, it’s too obvious that they might have or is aware of, that clicking an ad will make one’s profit. And compared to that, educational based blog audiences aren’t familiar with all those.
When they’re visiting a blog and seeing some ads on the sidebar or content either and founds that thing might help them in their career, as a result they prefer clicking ads. But in blogs like technology niche people are aware of such thing and isn’t likely clicking on the ads much.
And that’s why, Niche bloggers mainly target niches based on Education, Sports, Occasions, etc.
Whether it’s niche or traditional blog, the thing is – You’r audiences are the one who’s helping you out so it’s better serving them with full attention and desire rather than serving and begging Google to rank you higher. In 2014, Google has enrolled numerous changes in their algorithm but the real fact is – Content is the king.
Write, keep writing, and go on writing. That’s the way to succeed.
So what you think about niche blogging, would you give it a try?