When to Move on to Another Niche?
Last Update: December 05, 2018
When is it time to stop working on a niche and move on to another? This is a question that many of us have had, but there isn't necessarily a clear answer to know when to move on because there can be many factors. Every niche has potential to earn revenue, and most likely there are thousands, or even millions of keyword combinations that you can use to drive traffic to your website and connect with your niche audience. A single niche can be worked on for years and years...and a single niche and website can earn you thousands (or tens of thousands) of dollars a month. So, when do you move on to another niche? Here are a few reasons why you may want to consider moving on: 1 - You have lost interest. Losing interest in your niche, your website, and the specific industry in general is a tell tale sign it's time to move on to another. The quality of your campaign will suffer if you are not interested in it. 2 - You are targeting an audience that is too broad. Sometimes you go into a niche where you are just TOO broad with the angle that you are taking. In this case you should stop and refine your angle. Connect with a more targeted niche audience. Maybe even move to another niche entirely. 3 - There are no products within the niche. Sometimes there just are no products to sell within a niche. Even after you've tried your best to find products to sell, sometimes you'll come up short and not be able to find something directly related. This is a good time to move on. You will sell TONS if you are giving people what they want. However, if you try to sell people on items that are related but not 100% relevant, you will convert much, much lower. So, if there is not a product that is directly related that you can sell and earn an affiliate commission, it may be time to move to another niche. When do you NOT move on to another niche? 1 - When you are already making money. If you are already making money, it's easy to think that you can create another campaign for a niche and make money with that too. Sure, there are folks who have more than one niche bringing in money, but I have always taught people to stick to ONE niche at a time. Spend 100% of your time on one niche and you'll make much more money. Rather than spread your efforts thin, focus on what is already making you money. 2 - Thinking there is too much competition. There is competition in every single niche online. However, the more targeted and specific you are, the less competition there is. Do not just move on because you see a few keywords with lots of competition, do more research, find a more targeted niche. --------------------- Remember the NICHE is not what makes you money. How you connect with that niche is what makes you money. Do not go chasing the "perfect" niche because every single niche out there has money to be earned, and YOU are what makes the niche a perfect money generating machine! Let's discuss choosing niches, when to stick with them, and when to expand into new ones! Carson