Step 2. Find a niche that you are passionate about

Before you can start to look out for other peoples problems, you'll have to find a niche that you're passionate about and that you enjoy learning about:

If you don't enjoy the niche, you'll have a hard time writing and providing people with solutions.

1. Pick a niche that you enjoy

When you start a blog, it should be related to one niche. That could be drumming, healthy food, exercise, video creation, or whatever.

Just make sure that you pick a niche that you're passionate about and enjoy learning about. Your passion will be reflected in your text and this is what you want.

2. Check if others are interested in the same topic

Like I said, having a unique idea is great, but if no one is searching for it, you won't have an audience

So make sure that others write about similar topics and that there is a demand for your niche.

You can find out, by doing a quick search on google:

Google Search for Blog Niche

Drum tuning is a topic that most people have likely never heard of, but still, there are 44M search results and many articles. This indicates that there is a lot of demand, so probably a good topic to write an article about.

Remember, it doesn't matter that others already wrote about it. You give it a unique voice and also you create a brand new article, which is up to date.

Generally, you should stay away from niches that are just too broad. So instead of starting a blog all about "Music", you should probably consider a more specific topic like "Drumming", for example.

As soon as you have made a decision with your niche, you should get your domain and hosting and set up your blog

Christian Grosskopf
Christian Grosskopf