What knowledge, expertise, passion, hobby, or interest do you have? Which is best for your Site Concept? How do you position it to be "uniquely you"? Is your Niche too broad or too narrow? Too broad will stretch a solopreneur's available time beyond its limits. Too narrow may limit income potential. Get help to find the right niche for you!

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#1383334 by Lisa from Unity
Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:12 pm
After some extensive research trying to find demand & supply #'s in the 'sweet spot' range in the self-help arena, I found a niche that peaks my interest ("relationship advice")

I'm wondering though how to make this site concept unique. One of my original niche ideas that I'm passionate about is a personality system called the Enneagram, but the supply is well below 20,000 (although profitability is high)

I'm thinking to do something like 'Relationship Advice for each Enneagram type', along with other sub-categories like 'Relationship Advice for the Highly Sensitive Person,' etc.

I'm wondering though if this would dilute the profitability of the original niche?

Most of the keywords associated with my niche aren't areas I'm particularly interested in writing about, so that's another consideration.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
#1383346 by Jacki from Macleod
Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:38 am
Are you an expert in the Enneagram system? How does it mesh with 'relationship advice'? Could you combine the two?
#1383352 by Lisa from Unity
Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:35 am
Thanks for the reply; and that's actually my question - I'd love to combine the 2, but I wonder, since the Enneagram has low supply, if combining would decrease profitability..
#1383353 by Jacki from Macleod
Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:49 am
I have seen some information on combining niches, but I don't remember where, and of course, it wasn't of interest to me at the time. This could be something that would be useful to get the input of a coach. Maybe think of that?
#1387777 by john from Chattaroy
Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:30 pm
Sorry I'm just new to this, but in what way does low supply make it a less suitable niche? It could be that it's just new ?
#1387784 by Jacki from Macleod
Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:37 pm
Low supply means that there will be less affiliate programs and less other websites buying advertising. If you have something to sell, this is less important. I know, it's confusing, right? For your T2 and T3 keywords it's best to have less competition.
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