Ultimate Guide To Choosing Your Niche: Finding A Good Market For You

Niche selection often dives into the confusing world of keyword research. But, there is a simpler way to look at it. Here’s a different way of choosing your niche.

  • Chigozie Ezeh says:

    Hello David,
    I loved your post about niche finding. It was really helpful.
    but I still have a hitch…

    I intend going into the pregnancy niche, it seems transitory So I’ll continue on the other end with the parenting niche.

    But my challenge is that the pregnancy niche seems too broad and I don’t know how to go about starting out.

    Please what’s your suggestion as to how I can go about it?

    Thanks in advance. 🙂

    • David Risley says:

      Well, instead of stressing out about “too narrow” or “too broad”, let’s just make this about humans. The pregnancy niche isn’t exactly “too broad”… as long as you align yourself around specific concerns/problems women have during pregnancy and you offer solutions to it.

  • Sheri says:

    Hi David, I need to narrow my niche from Self Improvement and Lifestyle (travel and parenting) to a more concrete focus. I want to help millennials like myself be better and do better through self improvement but unsure if saying helping millennials transform for the better is narrow enough. Also I am finding it tough to find the right words to narrow that focus. 🙁

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