So I am about three quarters of the way through the training now and I suddenly got worried that my niche might be too broad. It is about helping people connect to the dragons, faeries, and unicorns, and mermaids. What do you think? Should I narrow it down?

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philmedia Premium Plus
Another great question is, who do you help, and how do you help them? So what are the benefits and outcomes? Good luck, Phil
DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - I guess that depends on your audience. Are you appealing to those who genuinely want to learn how to connect with elemental beings through meditation and be able to travel to other realms etc?

Or is it more of a fun site, for people who think unicorns and fairies etc are cute but don't really believe in them?

If it's the first option, I think it's ok as a niche, not too broad, as you are targeting just one audience. And I personally don't think it's a topic for children, it's quite intense.

If it's the second option, I am not really sure where you would be going with it, other than to promote toys and clothes etc.
AbieAJ Premium Plus

I believe so yes.

Have you thought about what you could be promoting?
yogini88 Premium
yes I have a couple of affiliate links on my website now, I am thinking about my ideal customer being a parent who wants to find wholesome activities for their children.
AbieAJ Premium Plus
Resources to give you ideas

That's good I'll run a search on google, but found out there are many types you ought to narrow one to one subcategory (one type) starting out to the specific activity you set out, then once site starts gaining traction, traffic and authority you can then scale to cover another subcategory.

See example blog post below A niche subject is something you are passionate and genuinely interested in could be a hobby or an interest, and know so well you can write plenty original content about.

ONE niche, a website. Products and programs can be varied however all must be relevant to the niche.

You may consult with for further research into finding a subcategory starting out. You can search what real people are asking as in Questions, Prepositions, Comparisons, in the past, letters and query. It is also great if someone wants to write a thorough research based article.

When deciding on a niche try narrow it down to a more specific niche, you can ask yourself the following question:

So I want to help people with ____________________ ?

Fill in the blank and you are going to get closer to a specific audience. Essentially you are writing more informational posts so that you do not sound so salesy to Google and if there’s a solution, a detailed analysis review post for your visitors to let them make an informed decision whether to go click your links and go purchase the focused item you proposed to solve their issue.

You can do a google search
Your niche + affiliate programs
Your niche + affiliate programs + location
and see what results you get

Meanwhile I'd ask as many questions as I want to get clarifications,

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Abie & AJ