Before getting into how you can build your blog to generate blogging profits, let us start at the beginning by considering what you need to do to get your first blog site off the ground.
How to find a profitable niche for your blog?
The very first step before setting up your blog is how to find a profitable niche for your blog. This is called ‘Niche Research’ and very important to do.
The first step is choose a profitable niche which you’ll ‘like’ to be blogging about, because you’ll have to spend (a lot of) time writing about it.
So try to choose something that is both something you’re passionate about (or at least have some interest in) and something that’s profitable!
It doesn’t matter what kind of idea you come up with, there are always people searching for information online. However, you need to know that there are enough people searching for the information that you think to provide to make it profitable.
You have to realize that this is a commitment, it will probably take a few months before you actually see thousands of visitors landing on your blog, but eventually it will pay off!
The best niche is an ‘evergreen niche’. An evergreen niche is a niche (topic) that will be around for a long time, people always need what you have to offer on your blog. For example in the ‘health’ market, like weight loss, body building, diet, quit smoking and so on…
Products like these will always be in high demand because the people are always looking for solutions and they want it quickly. Mass markets with lots of desperate buyers is what you want to look for!
Do you want be a profitable blogger? Then stick to one of the large, competitive markets and find a focused sub-market within it.
So which are the large markets / best evergreen niches online?
Find a smaller niche (sub-niche) within one of these markets. One where are lots of people experiencing pain, frustration or worry. Or maybe a high level of passion or desire.
In the next article I’ll give you some sub-niches in these 3 best evergreen niches which you can use , but for now “Have a nice day”, and see you in the next post!