Today’s culture is saturated with articles, clever memes, and podcasts that idolize terms like “grind” and “hustle.”
Personally, I believe that assuming the responsibility to work hard for your dreams is one of the key elements of success, but at the same time, it’s equally important that we understand how to work, why we are doing the work, and what price we’re paying for the time and energy we invest in the work we do.
So, you have a finished manuscript, and now you’re ready to share it with as many readers as possible.
In order to do that, you must choose one of two paths: either self-publish your book yourself, or go the traditional route and try to find a publisher.
Deciding on which route to take means that you’ve got to figure out a couple of things about yourself first, about your book, and about your ability to effectively market (and enjoy the process) both yourself as an author and your book.
Finding a great niche is one of the first steps you must take as a blogger. That’s why it’s important to get it right. Everything you do online depends on locating a topic that actually has the potential of becoming the gathering spot for a tribe of enthusiasts.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of bloggers waste years and years struggling to figure out a niche, or trying to stick to the wrong niche, or even coming up with a topic they’re insanely passionate about.
But what about being profitable? What about monetizing your blog?
Get your niche wrong, and you will never get a chance to earn even a bit of side-income from your blog. Get your niche wrong, and you’ll be the number one authority in a niche of just one, wasting most of your precious time trying to engage people who don’t want to read your content.
Fortunately, The Definitive Guide to Blog Niches is the blueprint that proves how easy and fun it can be to research a blog niche. Really, it’s a simple process that anyone can do – even if you are just now starting your first blog.