Are you getting trouble choosing a NICHE?

Last Update: June 11, 2018

I've been chatting with a couple WA members over the past few months and there seems to be a recurring issue with many newbies and even some of the not-so-newbies.


The main issue is that they are having difficulty choosing a niche.


And while the training does help, some people still feel a bit lost. I know that I was also in that same boat a few months ago.


For me, it was not being able to concretely figure out what I was passionate about and whether what I was interested in was actually financially viable and economically feasible as a business.


I sat for hours contemplating what I liked and didn't like - playing the guitar, watching TV, hiking, singing and a few other things. But even though these were my interests, I can't say that I was overly 'passionate' about them to be able to turn them into a full time online business. And that seems to be the similar story of other WA members.


So I was wondering, when it comes to choosing a niche, what is (or was) your biggest challenge, problem or frustration?


Your story may be completely different from mine or exactly the same. But I'm really curious to know what was your #1 pain point concerning choosing your niche.


Maybe we could use this info to get Kyle or Jay to develop some more training to address some of our issues. Who knows?


Looking forward to hearing from you in the comments below.


Bye for now.

Cheers

Kevon

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WaynePro Premium
Hi Kevon, For me, it was simple in that I came to WA with the interest in a particular niche...travel and looked to WA for the training and guidance on how to develop the website. I wouldn't sweat it too much. I am sure you will come up with a niche that interests you soon enough. Good luck.

Wayne
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kevonwilson Premium
Thanks a mil for sharing Wayne.

I already came up with a niche but I was just wondering what the struggle was like with other members. I get asked this question a lot and just wanted to be able to help other members in the future. The insights so far have been somewhat helpful.

All the best

Kevon
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bigrog44 Premium
What do you think is your interest?
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GlenPalo Premium
Choosing a niche comes to deciding whether a person would enjoy spending time without ever being paid for it.
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kevonwilson Premium
That's a good way of looking at it, Glen.

Was that the approach you used? Did you have any frustrations or challenges deciding? Or did you just know off the bat?

Thanks a mil

Kevon
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ColleenLVSJC Premium
Hi Kevon...I think this is an important post, b/c it can be so challenging if someone has had diverse interests. Although I've been in business and healthcare and have done many different things, I have a heart for helping trauma survivors. So that's the kind of site I'm doing right now.

Wondering how I could monetize a site like that, I decided to start writing content. As I did keyword research and wrote posts, ideas on products and services I could share to truly help my clients began to surface.

Thanks for the post! :)
Colleen
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kevonwilson Premium
Thanks for sharing Colleen.

Yes, monetizing your interest is the big question of the day. You may have an interest but that does not mean that it automatically can make you money.
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David2109 Premium
I found the few things I am passionate about in life and looked at what I could create a niche from them as. An example is I love hockey always have, super broad so my niche would be the Vancouver Canucks, Even that could be too broad so let's scale it down again to info on Canucks Prospects. I hope that helps
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kevonwilson Premium
THanks David,

I looked at your niche and i think you picked a winner. Congratulations.

Keep at it. And remember, "the name of the game is to stay in the game until you win the game' So never quit.

All the best

Kevon
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David2109 Premium
That's a quality quote mate! much love and onwards and upwards. lets get it!
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