Changing Niche In Wealthy Affiliate
So I've not blogged on here for a while. So I thought I would just post a bit of an update. I am very much part of Wealthy Affiliate although I havn't blogged on here for some time now.
In the background I have been working on my main "money Making" website. But recently I have reached a point where I am actually considering changing direction with my online business completely.
I've worked on the same website now for about 3 years now! I chose a hard niche to tap into but I have no regrets. The "Make Money Online" niche is one that many people go after but it's a really hard one to crack! You need to find your own little corner or the market and hold on as tightly as possible!
I'm pleased to say that I have made some good money with the "Make Money Online" niche, but now I feel it might be time to move on...
Starting A New Authority Website In Wealthy Affiliate
I think the most scary part about changing direction is starting over again after 3 years! I'm going to keep updating my original website www.makemoneyonline.zone but of course, more website's means more work, so the new one will take priority for a while.
I always recommend that newcomers to Wealthy Affiliate don't tackle any more than one website at a time, until that site is earning money. There is just so much work that goes into creating an authority website. The thought of starting again is very daunting but exciting at the same time.
Have you ever changed direction with your online business?
So of course I've been looking at domain names for my new website... I personally think it's a really important decision. This is the very first thing that a potential customer sees when visiting your site. So I like to take my time over choosing a really good domain name.
Problem is I've found 2 really good domain names for my new niche. Now I don't really want to give it away just yet, so my niche is staying a secret for now. But I've found 2 great domain names. One is a VERY short and very easily remembered .net domain whilst the other is a slightly longer .Com domain.
I can't decide whether to go with the really short .net or a slightly longer .Com. A lot of people say that .Com domains always do better in the search engines, but I'm not sure.
I purchased a Dot Zone domain name and that ranked just fine for many of the keywords that I targeted.
Not sure. Think I will go with the dot com domain, but we'll see.
What would your preference be? .Com or .Net?
Ever Hired A Writer?
Another thing that I am considering with my new niche is hiring a writer. Outsourcing some of the work seems like a really good idea as I know how much work is ahead of me!
I've never outsourced writing before, so this will be a very new experience for me. But whilst I learn, I will also share my experiences with you and the readers of my site. So maybe we can learn about this together.
Have you ever hired a writer? Or had any experience with outsourcing? I would love to hear all about it.
I have to decide on many things here! I'll keep you all informed.
Speak to you soon, take care!