is self improvement a profitable niche

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Hello guys I am an animator i make explainer videos. I want to start a youtube channel so I want to start creating animated videos about self improvement. but i do not know if that's really worth it. please what do you think.
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    I think you are not ready to start.
    I think you need to find a niche in the self-improvement market fist. Then figure out if it's worth it.
    To know if it's worth it, you need to know how much effort and resources you have to put in. You, not me or Tom, Dick or Harry. (I should get a bonus for figuring out how to use a trite saying on Warrirforum, by the way.).
    There's money to be made in the self-improvement world. But only if you know how to find a hungry crowd, figure out what to feed them.
    Ever heard of Tonny Robbins? He's done quite well for himself in the self-improvement world.


    So, who needs your videos? Why? How do you find them? How do you convince them that your videos are the ones they should buy?


    Figure out what niche you're going to start in first (improve your productivity + something else is a niche... You want a niche small enough that you can get to be its king without much effort.).


    Figure out who your ideal client is.


    Figure out the story you tell that ideal client about you or your self-improvement site that will make that ideal client want to buy from / through you.



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    Hello guys I am an animator i make explainer videos. I want to start a youtube channel so I want to start creating animated videos about self improvement. but i do not know if that's really worth it. please what do you think.
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  • It's certainly profitable, but utterly cutthroat and reliant on, as DABK highlights, your self improvement CV and positioning (who you are, what you've done, what you can do for OTHERS and why they should believe it, etc).

    Have you considered partnering with (or freelancing for, or working pro bono for) more established folks whose marketing may need sprucing up?
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