Hi Kenny -
I think a big part of your confusion/frustration comes from trying to squeeze multiple potential site concepts into one.
Before you move on to creating a site blueprint (part of Day 3), I'd urge you to review/re-do the steps in Day 2 of the Action Guide for finding and developing your best site concept.
Kenneth from [NO DOMAIN YET]-[AUSTIN] wrote:As I mentioned to you before, what I wanted to do with my site concept was to write about guitars, guitar equipment, guitar instruction, and basic guitar repair.
That's actually four
potential site concepts: (1) guitars; (2) guitar equipment; (3) guitar instruction; and (4) basic guitar repair.
In Day 2, Step 2 in the written AG, you'll see this example:
In general, it's best to develop a "top 3" list and then use Brainstorm It!'s Site Concept Finder in Step 3 to compare and pick the best.
For example, let's say you are a jazz lover. Your 3 choices could be "jazz USA," "jazz festivals" and "jazz guitarists." With the help of Brainstorm It!, you may find that one has great potential, one is a loser, and one is in-between.
"Jazz" in that example is like "Guitars" in your case - waaaaay too broad for a winnable site concept.
So, what to do? Choose three potential site concepts that are related] to guitars but not so broad as to be unwinnable.
In your case, you've already identified your three potential site concepts: "guitar equipment", "guitar instruction", and "guitar repair".
Now, you need to follow the steps in Day 2 to research and evaluate each of those three potential site concepts and find your niche.
As you do that, I'm confident that your best site concept/niche will become evident to you. At that point, you'll be ready to move ahead with Day 3 where, among other things, you'll create your site blueprint.
I hope this helps!