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Choosing a niche

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by CazuaL, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. CazuaL

    CazuaL Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Got 5 fresh emails and my bot ready to jump into the world of Twitter. Right now I'm braining storming niche ideas. Was hoping someone could offer some advice as how to go about doing that.
    Would I be better off picking broad niches for example, gaming, fitness, foods etc.. where I could promote things later on such as game codes, fitness guides blah blah.. You get the idea OR
    should I go with something like Gaming Codes/Keys, Fitness products, Food recipes, in other words a more direct approach.

    Would like to hear some opinions.

    Ben
     
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    I would just kinda start by looking at all my available offers to promote. Eventually something will inspire you enough to decide. It kinda depends on what you're good at.
     
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    That's what I am trying to find out, should I as you said look through offers, find one I like the look of and build an account around it OR just choose a broad niche which would allow to me to essitently promote what I like
     
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    If you enjoy what the niche, you usually are able to motivate yourself better, and for example me, if I write for a niche I enjoy personally, the text is usually something the readers can feel as enjoyable. If that makes any sense what so ever?

    More efficient way might be to pick out an offer you like, but personally I prefer picking a niche I like, and then start looking into all the things I'd like to promote in that niche.
     
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    Exactly what I was thinking not to mention if you build your account around an offer, if it gets taken off the network you might have a hard time trying to find another to take its place.

    Ok, I will choose 5 niches.
    Can think of three Id like to do, just need another two. No doubt they will come to me

    Cheers for the help
     
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    Maybe create a broad niche site and focus on sub-niches inside and promote with long tail.