How to create a blog. Part 2: how to choose your niche

In a previous article about creating a blog we learned three main parts of the blog and I gave you some tips and tricks that can help you to start work on your own. 

Today I’ll tell you one more important part of creating your blog.

How to choose a theme for your blog? How to choose your niche in writing?

If you change topics all the time your blog will become uninteresting to everyone. A blog is valuable to readers if it focuses on a specific niche.

Here some tips that may help you to choose your niche. 

How to create a blog. Part 2: how to choose your niche

Ask yourself these questions:

1. What kind of person am I?

You must be an active and motivated person who intends to invest in your blog every day. 

2. What am I good at? 

Deep knowledge of a topic, especially a narrow one, gives an advantage over competitors.

3. What topic am I passionate about?

You must be truly passionate about your subject so that you never get bored with it.

4. What am I going to write about?

Pick specific aspects of your topic, interesting details that your rivals might not think about.

You should post on your blog every day, sometimes even more than once if possible. Develop your own style and stick to it. Choosing a certain way of writing will help you become visible and gain a larger audience. If you can find the right tone, your writing will get better over time.

Don’t expect a response right away. At first, you will have to put in a lot of effort without getting the desired response in the form of comments or other feedback. This is a difficult period when people practically don’t know anything about you, and your blog. You should be patient, continuing to follow your goal.

You should remember that criticism in your direction is inevitable! Treat criticism with understanding and be tolerant. If you take criticism the wrong way, it may affect your popularity and the number of regular readers. Try to find common ground with your readers, even the most unfriendly ones. This will lead to long-term success.

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