Perhaps you want to start a blog, or maybe you’ve already commenced your blogging journey, but feel a bit overwhelmed, right? And by “a bit,” I mean a lot. And rightfully so. There’s so much that goes into blogging. So much to learn and so much to do. It’s insane, right? There’s no wonder that the beginner blogger overwhelm is so common.
Do you still struggle to pick a niche for your blog? Perhaps you’ve read my article on finding the right niche for your blog, and you still can’t figure out what to blog about.
First, I want you to know that finding the right niche for your blog can take time. Starting a blog is a commitment, and you want to be very sure that the niche you’ve picked is the one you can stick with for the long run.
In today’s post, I’ll try to help you if you still can’t find a niche for your blog.
I’ve done a lot of blogging mistakes since I started my first ever blog. I started my first blog in 2007 and I was twelve. It was a blog about Ashley Tisdale and soon turned into a blog about anything that’s on a 12-year-old girl’s mind. I’m going to be covering mainly the mistakes I made on my two most recent blogs.
So, you want to improve your blog, right? DUH! Who doesn’t, am I right? And did you know that you can use competitor analysis to your advantage and improve your blog? I’ll tell you exactly how to research your blog competitors, how to identify them, what to look for when analyzing your blog competitors, and what to do with the information you’ve gathered.
One of the biggest issues new bloggers face is finding the right niche. Is that your case as well? You decided to start a blog but now the question pops in your head: what to blog about? How to find a blog niche? That’s the question that’s been occupying your mind, am I right? Don’t worry, because today I’ll tell you how to identify the right niche for your blog and what to do if you’re interested in blogging about multiple niches.
You want to start a blog, right? You’ve heard that you should write content your audience wants to read. But how do you know who your audience is? And what is a target audience in the first place? Why do you need to define your target reader? And how to define a target audience for your blog? Today, I’ll answer all those questions and more.