How to Choosing a Blogging Niche

I want to contribute to society by writing the blog on valuable information which helps in one of the good steps of my life. That’s because people search the Internet for one reason only: to solve a problem. That problem may be to find entertainment, or it may be to answer a question. It could be any number of imaginable problems. But when readers are looking to solve a problem and your blog is nothing but ramblings on random topics, how is your blog going to solve their problem?

How to Choosing a Blogging Niche - A niche blog narrows your target audience, but it also keeps them coming back.
How exactly do you “find your niche?” Check out these tips be below.

Choose Something You Know and Love. 

How to Find Your Passion If you had any idea what your passion was. Just a few questions to get you to start to include:
  • What are your hobbies? 
  • How do you spend your free time? 
  • What is the one topic you could go on about for hours if your friends or family let you? 
  • What types of classes did you enjoy in high school or college? 
  • What do you enjoy reading and learning about? 
  • If you could do one thing the rest of your life regardless of salary, what would you do? 
  • What things do you like and enjoy doing? 
  • What are your favourite topics to talk about? 
  • When you were young, what was fun for you? 
  • What topics do you know more than most about? 
Are there certain classes that you have taken extensively? If you could do one thing the rest of your life regardless of salary, what would you do? If those ideas sound good to you, consider writing up those blog posts on your computer before you get into developing your site. If you find it difficult to finish those first some posts and are already cringing at the topic, then it’s probably not right for you. The good news is that you didn’t waste time and money setting up a blog that you would only abandon later. 

If you just want to write and share with the world. Use Medium. Its fun to write there, great product and your post reach to thousands of people. There is support for creating publications and custom domains. If you want a blog that you’ll like to maintain, fully customize, integrate plugins for some additional functionality or you might like to monetize in future by putting ads, go with WordPress. 

Other Popular Blogging Platforms 

Blogger - a bit outdated but still very popular and powerful. the next best thing to’ll have access to Google tools like AdSense, Analytics, etc. However, Blogger is not nearly as flexible as This platform is great for hobby bloggers and brand builders who don’t want to invest any money but may want to make some money through ads. Since it is easy to use, it is also a great platform for beginner bloggers just learning the ropes.

Tumblr - its nice for media-intensive writing (GIFs, videos, images) Half social network, half blog. Interesting, and very simple to use. Tumblr is easy to use and is a very social platform. This is the perfect place for bloggers who like the idea of “reblogging” posts. Its platform is best for microbloggers, so it’s perhaps not the best place to start if you are looking to develop long-form content.

Quora  - you can create blogs on Quora too. Good for personal blogs. 

Ghost - very professional and quality platform. Its paid, however. 
Squarespace - Another paid platform to power high-quality blogs. 

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