We’re continuing our curation series with one very important question… What is your niche?
In my last article I suggested ways for you to zero in on the topic you feel passionate about.
I gave you a little “homework”to do as well.
Just as you can’t hit a target you can’t see, you won’t be able to profit from a niche until you do at least three things.
Don’t worry – these three things are easy to do. I’ll show you exactly how to do them — including “over the shoulder” videos — in this free series.
By the way – this is the third message in our series. If you missed the first two, you can get them here.
And now, on with the most important question of all at this point … what is YOUR niche?
What’s Your Niche?
If you’ve done the work you know what topic you want to consider for building a curation-based information business. It might be a topic you feel passionate about. It might be a topic about which you have deep knowledge. Or it might be both.
The key here is that choosing is a good thing.
What I’d like to do today is know what you have chosen so I can tailor the rest of the series to help you.
To do that I need your help.
I need you to take a moment and identify the niche or niches you have chosen based on my last message.
I’m asking for this for one simple reason.
During this series I’m going to do a number of case studies using actual niches. What I will do is take the top niches in the poll and use those for the case studies.
Please take a moment to respond to the poll below.
Please note – If your niche is not covered in the poll please leave a COMMENT below with something about your niche.
I will collate all the answers left in comments and add them to the poll numbers to determine the niches (or areas of interest) to use in the case studies.
That’s it. Easy as pie. Only takes a moment, is completely confidential and you can see how others vote as well.
I’ll let the poll run a few days, tally the results and produce the first case study for you.
Until then, be well. The poll is below.