Private Label Rights, or PLR, Defined:
The license is used for various digital products such as articles, ebooks, software, graphic templates etc. Because there are many buyers of the same product, the price of a single unit is generally lower than if one would create a similar product from scratch (either by himself or by outsourcing). However, people can also purchase private label content that is limited in distribution, minimizing the number of competing marketers using the same content.
What does that mean exactly? It means that the content you were reading what is obtained by purchase.
The problem is it’s not your content, nor can you preview the bulk of the information before purchase. I obtained the two articles below for free, I did have to do quite a bit of editing, for it to make sense, but I did leave some of it alone for your perusal.
The information given isn’t necessarily false, but I find it questionable. You will see my commentary on the side.
Top 3 Tips for Finding the Perfect Niche
When it comes to starting a blog, many people will tell you to find your passion and write about what you know. While this is excellent advice, it isn’t enough if you want to be successful and make money online.
The key to creating a successful blog, and making money from it is finding a profitable niche.
Finding the right niche to base your blog on is an essential part of building a blog that is often overlooked.
Here are the top four tips for finding the perfect niche for your blog so you can start to make money online.
Pick a Subject You Like Talking About
Starting a blog is an incredibly fun and exciting process. Unfortunately, most people tend to give up after just a couple of months because they’ve lost interest.
It is incredibly essential to pick a niche for your blog that you not only like to talk about but that you like to learn about as well:
a hobby you love
or about the new house, you just bought
You don’t have to be an expert, but you do need to choose a subject that you enjoy talking about, and become an expert!
Complete Market Research
Before you choose a niche for your blog, you need to make sure that there is a big enough market for the topics you want to write about and that you’ll be able to make a profit.
You can do this with little market research. You can start your search with Google Trends. Type your topic into the search bar to see if it has any interest and the monthly search volume for the term.
The graph will show you whether or not the topic is stable. If it shows the topic’s interest as declining, you might want to move on to another niche.
Pick a Smaller Niche
Search for your topic on Google to see how much competition there is for the niche. If there are a lot of results returned, you may want to consider a smaller niche that doesn’t have as much competition.
You can scroll to the bottom of the search results to see other related search terms that you could choose. Pick one of the keywords and analyze it with Google Ads Keyword Planner to find the low competition keywords that you can target.
Once you can find the right niche for your blog, you can start to write high-quality content that helps you stand out from the crowd. Keep these three tips in mind as you try to find the perfect niche for your blog.
5 Tips for Finding a Niche for Your Blog
Over the last decade, blogging has become a great way to make money online.
There are more than two billion blogs on the Internet currently, but unfortunately, not all of them are making money. Too many bloggers try to be everything to everyone and end up lost among the weeds.
If you want to be successful as a blogger and make money from the content you create, then you have to focus on one target. Here are five tips to help you find a niche for your blog and make money online.
Tip #1 – Browse through Reddit
Reddit is a popular forum online for thousands of topics. You can find communities built around every conceivable subject from entrepreneurship to dog training to jokes.
Using Reddit to find a niche is easy. You can click on the “Random” button and browse through the page that you land on and find communities that you might not otherwise know about.
Tip #2 – Use Google Trends
If you need help determining your blog niche, you can use Google Trends to see what people are currently searching for.
Plus, Google provides users with tools that allow them to compare different keywords and provides the geographic location where the search volume for a topic is higher. This information can help you find your target audience.
Tip #3 – Utilize Social Media
Another way to find a niche for your blog is through your social media networks. You can use Pinterest to see what people are pinning the most and look at other people’s boards to find new untapped markets.
You can use Facebook groups to find different topics and communities. Since you’re probably already on your social media accounts daily, why not tap and use them to their fullest potential.
Tip #4 – Consider the Time of Year
You should be aware of the season, holidays, and traditions to provide you with ideas for different niches.
For example, during the holidays, the market becomes flooded with Christmas related items; however, items for Hanukkah and Kwanzaa aren’t as plentiful during this time. You now have the perfect opportunity to change your target, limit your competition, and niche down.
Tip #5 – Ask the Right Questions
When it comes to finding a niche, you have to ask yourself the right questions. Think about how you can use your experiences and knowledge to add value to your target audience’s life.
Think about your accomplishments and unique abilities to help you determine your niche.
Once you figure this out, you can pour your personality into making the highest quality content for your niche.
If you need to find a niche for your blog, use these five tips to help you get started.
Once you determine your niche, don’t hold back; put all you have into creating high-quality content for your audience and begin to earn a living online.
Not all Niches are successful right out of the gate. You can choose to be in the ‘Pack’ or be the ‘Leader of the Pack’.
There are SO many unexplored Niches!
The key is passion. Trending Niches change every day! Yes, there are some Niches that will always be on top (Lose Weight, Make Money, and Sports…but, eventually, even The Kardashians will lose ground!
This argument also contradicts itself in the next section.
Above though, you were told to pick a Niche that was profitable. But what if you’re NOT passionate about Sports?
Any Niche can become profitable, it just may take time. With that in mind, trending Niches take just as much, or more time to gain profit due to competition, so really, what does make a great Niche?
Let me give you an example: Container Gardening. Not necessarily ‘Trending’ today, but still profitable. Why?
Because more people are interested in it! With food going up in price, you can cover so many ‘hot topics’ with it: save money, grow your own organic vegetables, and you can even hit the trending weight loss/nutrition market if you choose.
Why Pick a smaller Niche? You can, but remember; you can also Niche your Niche, and break it down with endless content at your fingertips (blog joke).
Low Competition Keywords… YES!!! Those are your Gold Mine!!
I prefer Jaaxy over Google Ads Keyword Planner. Why? Google will always lead to trends, even in the low competition keyword department.
I find the last paragraph here funny. “You can write high-quality content’…
this is from a PLR document! (That I had to edit so that it would make sense).
Side Note: Suggested Retail Price on this PLR info… $17 Bucks! And I have the ‘rights’ to sell it to you!
This is how we get our news now. Newspapers and even TV News Stations have a Blog Roll!
Affiliate Bloggers don’t ‘get lost among the weeds,’ they give up. Why? I’ll be honest; it can be hard work. It’s enjoyable, but you have to stick with it and work at it. You have to Learn to Earn! Then you need to put in the time and effort to make it count!
My advice? Pinterest, Quora, and Youtube are better for this sort of thing.
In order to create content here, the person that wrote this had to repeat themselves… repeatedly.
Correct me if I am wrong.
For me, this would fall into ‘Consider your Niche Market’ though.
As for using Christmas as the target…retail is breaking out the Merry Ho Ho before Black Friday!
And what if you Niche is Christmas? Or Hanukkah? All year? These are target Markets, or Niches, on their own.
This is where you start the Rebel Life!!
Shaunna LapTop Rebel